AirAsia X has launched a contest called Ultimate Xventure for youths aged between 18 and 32 seeking “unforgettable” adventure travel experiences.
The goal of the contest is to introduce New Zealand as an adventurous destination and encourage millennials to experience what it has to offer. Among the main attractions of New Zealand are extreme adventure athletics including bungy jumping in Queenstown, skydiving in Lake Taupo/Wanaka and water rafting in Rotorua, which offers travelers with a mix of thrilling adrenaline, speed and character.
The winner of the contest will win a grand Prize of airline flight tickets to Auckland, Fresh Zealand for four people, a four-day and three-night accommodation and also picked activities during the trip.
For your first part, the social media Ultimate Xventure contest seeks the most creative pictures or videos of chance sports activities and contestants are required to upload them on their Instagram with the wittiest captions and the official hashtags #UltimateXventure and #AirAsiaX.
The social media contest has kicked off on 31 July 2017 and will finish on 17 August 2017. The judging process will run from 14 until 17 August where one winner will be selected every day and announced through the Fly FM radio.
The second part or the finale of the Ultimate Xventure contest which is at collaboration with Sunway will take place on 20 August at Sunway Lagoon Extreme Recreation area. The winners will compete in the games that are lined up for Ultimate Xventure contest, which demonstrate the encounters available in New Zealand satisfying the requirements of adventure seekers.
AirAsia group chief commercial officer Siegtraund Teh said, hopefully, the contest will not only help to ignite interest of young people to choose New Zealand as an adventurous destination but also to create engaging activities that build AirAsia brand loyalty amidst the millennials.
New Zealand provides an unbeatable selection of adventure sports, and only AirAsia X can offer ‘unbeatable’ low fares from Kuala Lumpur to New Zealand for young travelers wanting to experience the thrill of a lifetime, this individual added.
Meanwhile, AirAsia has also launched its initial flight from Sarawak’s Kuching to Langkawi this week. The new route will operate with 4 times weekly flights on Monday, Wednesday, Friday and Sunday.
Spencer Lee, AirAsia head of economic said, “We are dedicated to continue growing this hub as Sarawak has a lot to offer beyond a tourism destination. Improving connectivity into Sarawak is important for us as it is also one of the most notable preferred investment destinations in Malaysia with Sarawak Corridor of Renewable Energy (SCORE) attracting investors to arranged up manufacturing plants on ICT, agriculture, business and many more. ”
Lee added, “Last year, we have flown about 3. 2 , 000, 000 guests in and out of our Kuching hub and we believe the introduction of the two new routes to and from Kuching namely Pontianak recently and Langkawi now, echoes our commitment in Sarawak.[… ]. We look forward to strengthen this centre with further connectivity in the future. ”
Celebratory all-in-fares from RM100 one way are around for booking online at airasia. com from now until 13 September 2017 for the travel period between now and 8 February 2018. Typically the promotional fares are also available on AirAsia’s mobile application on iPhone and Android devices, as well as the mobile site at mobile. airasia. possuindo.
AirAsia now flies to 11 destinations from Kuching with more than 220 weekly flights one way. Besides Langkawi, other places are Miri,