Xpress Air promo tickets 2016
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There are around 20 middle size and large airlines operating in Indonesia so it's always a good idea to compare prices before you buy a ticket. Being the biggest flight booking website in Indonesia, Tiket2 has up-to-date information about cheap promo tickets from all major low cost airlines.
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- We will reserve a ticket for your flight, all you need to do is to make the payment
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Xpress Air: the essential airline guide
Xpress Air is a medium size Indonesian airline based in Makassar. Xpress Air started operations in June 2003, and since then it has grown to become one of the important players on the domestic aviation market.
The airline operates flights to 37 destinations, focusing mostly on East Indonesia a including several destinations within Papua such as Kaimana, Fak-Fak, Manokwari, Nabire, Tanah Merah and Babo.
Cheap tickets in 2016
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You can check the flight schedule and book a ticket online at the airline's website www.expressair.biz or by calling directly Xpress Air Customer Service. Tickets are also available through several travel agents operating in Jakarta, Jayapura, Makassar, Manokwari, Sorong and Ternate.
Please note that Tiket2 does not offer Xpress Air tickets at the moment.
When flying by Xpress Air, a passenger can carry a free of charge baggage with a total weight up to 20 kg.
Xpress Air fleet operates 22 airplanes consisting of Boeings 737-200, Boeings 737-300, Boeings 737-500 and Dornier Do-328.