Indonesia AirAsia X (XT, Denpasar) has unveiled further regional expansion plans following the recent announcement that it will begin 4x weekly Denpasar-Tokyo Narita, Japan flights on May 24.

The carrier's CEO Dendy Kurniawan told the Jakarta Post in an interview this week that a 7x weekly Denpasar-Mumbai Int'l, India, via Kuala Lumpur Int'l, Malaysia, service would commence from May 19 onwards. Thereafter, a direct Jakarta Soekarno-Hatta-Macau Int'l route will launch on August 17 followed by a Jakarta-Shenzhen, China, via Singapore Changi service on October 17.

“We’re targeting to bring two million overseas tourists to Indonesia […] We’re going to add more flights to every destination, especially China and India. Currently, Indonesia AirAsia (QZ, Jakarta Soekarno-Hatta) has twenty-two Airbus A320 and two Airbus A330-300 aircraft, and we’re going to add two more airplanes,” he said.

The low-cost carrier's current operations focus on domestic Indonesian flights with additional flights to Penang, Kuala Lumpur Int'l, and Johor Bahru in Malaysia.