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AirAsia's budget carrier draws yn Exit in Thailand ads in Australia



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The advert was posted prominently around Brisbane city in Australia to promote the airline's direct route to Bangkok. (Photo by Coralie Alison Twitter)

BANGKOK: AirAsia Bhd's low-cost carrier, Malaysia on Tuesday, said he dropped out travel ads between Brisbane and Bangkok, after criticizing social media that they had used double entender which promoted sex tourism.

The response comes after Twitter users post photos of AirAsia ads on bus and Brisbane airport reading, “Go away in Thailand.”

One Twitter user wrote: “a dog whistle promotes #discrimination by low airline low ethics company @AirAsia”.

“AirAsia confirms that the campaign has now ended and our media partners have removed the final adverts,” the carrier said in a statement.

The campaign aimed to promote Bangkok as a destination, “for example, getting off the bus… off the plane in Bangkok” the statement said.

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