Indonesia AirAsia X

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Indonesia AirAsia X
AirAsia X Logo.svg
IATA ICAO Callsign
XT IDX RED PHOENIX
Founded2014; 4 years ago (2014)
Hubs
Fleet size7
Destinations10
Company sloganNow Everyone Can Fly Xtra Long
HeadquartersJakarta (CGK)
Key peopleDendy Kurniawan - Chief Executive Officer (CEO)
Websitewww.airasia.com

Indonesia AirAsia Extra, operated as Indonesia AirAsia X,[1] is a joint venture of Malaysian long haul low-fare airline AirAsia X and Indonesia AirAsia.

History[edit]

Indonesia AirAsia X is the medium and long-haul operation of the brand Indonesia AirAsia. The franchise is able to keep costs down by using a common ticketing system, aircraft livery, employee uniforms, and management style. It serves 2 scheduled long haul international flights from Bali's Ngurah Rai International Airport which are Mumbai and Tokyo, it also serves short haul flights using an Airbus A320-200 from Jakarta, Denpasar and Surabaya, replacing some of Indonesia AirAsia's flights.

Indonesia AirAsia X planned to launch its first destination to Melbourne on 26 December 2014,[2] however had not achieved authorisation from the Australian or Indonesian governments to fly the route.[3][4] This led to huge disruption to passengers during the peak holiday season, with many flights delayed, or cancelled outright.[5] Later in January 2015, Taipei is announced as IAAX's first route from Bali where inaugural flight was commenced on 19 January 2015, but later ended flights in September 2015.[6]

Destinations[edit]

An Indonesia AirAsia X Airbus A320-200 at Bangkok Don-Mueang
An Indonesia AirAsia X Airbus A330-300 taxiing at Sydney Airport
Indonesia Indonesia

Fleet[edit]

The Indonesia AirAsia X fleet comprises the following aircraft (as of December 2017):[7]

Indonesia AirAsia X Fleet
Aircraft In Service Orders Passengers Notes
P Y Total
Airbus A320-200 5 0 - 180 180
Airbus A330-300 2 0 12 365 377
Total 7 0

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References[edit]

External links[edit]

Media related to Air Asia X at Wikimedia Commons