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AirAsia Japan: Cheap Flights to Tokyo via Narita Airport
This is a bit of good news as Tutubi has long been wanting to visit the Land of the Rising Sun all his life:
AirAsia Japan is a new Tokyo-based joint venture low-cost venture of Japan’s All Nippon Airways and Southeast Asia’s largest budget carrier AirAsia
AirAsia Japan, the first low-cost carrier out of Tokyo's Narita International Airport, will begin offering and flying domestic and international flights in August 2012. Ticket prices reported hald of regular fares of commercial airlines.
If AirAsia X's flight from KL to Paris may probably be Tutubi's gateway to his future backpacking Europe tour, AirAsia Japan may be his cheap ticket to Tokyo, Japan.
Tutubi's actually eyeing a flight to Osaka via Cebu Pacific, take the shinkansen to Mt. Koya, the old capital city Kyoto then Tokyo, then a flight back to Manila.
But it's just a plan...and Tutubi's planned travels rarely materialize unlike the unplanned ones. :P