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AirAsia is a Malaysian low-cost airline headquartered in Kuala Lumpur, which operates many flights to 22 countries and 100 destinations. AirAsia has been awarded Skytrax's 'World's Best Low-Cost Airline' for 7 years running and is committed to low fares, low cost carrier model including cost-saving innovations and self automation.

Within the AirAsia family includes subsidary airlines:

 

Thai AirAsia

Indonesia AirAsia

AirAsia X

Philippines AirAsia

Thai AirAsia X

AirAsia India

Malaysia AirAsia

 

 

AirAsia flies to many destinations which include: Abu Dhabi, Adelaide, Alor Setar, Bacolod, Balikpapan, Banda Aceh, Bandar Seri Begawan, Bandung, Bangalore, Bangkok, Beijing, Batam, Bintulu, Busan, Cebu, Chengdu, Chennai, Chiang Mai, Taipei, Pattaya, Colombo, Ho Chi Minh City, Johor Bahru, Colombo, Kathmandu, Penang and many others.

AirAsia has lots of affiliate airlines Thai AirAsia, Indonesia AirAsia, Philippines AirAsia and AirAsia India.

 


 

Frequent Flyer Program

 

AirAsia offers AirAsia Asean Pass, a travel pass that allows passengers to book base fares at least 14 days or more before departure date. AirAsia offers AirAsia BIG, a frequent flyer program to reward regular travellers with the airline. As a BIG SHOT, you get to earn BIG Points with every flight booking and in return, redeem more flights with those points.


 

News

 

June 2017

AirAsia announced it had signed an agreement with Airbus for the purchase of an additional fourteen A320ceo. The aircraft, once delivered, will be used to meet what the LCC terms Higher than expected near-term growth on its regional Asian network. Subject to board approval, this order will see AirAsia's overall Airbus order book grow to 592 units including 174 A320ceo, 304 A320neo, and 100 A321neo.

 

22nd May 2017

 

AirAsia announces direct services to Guangzhou, China and Jakarta, Indonesia from Melaka International Airport at Batu Berendam. Dates not yet finalised

The state government welcomed the initiative and was confident that with the new flights, Melaka would be able to attract more international tourists, including those from China and Indonesia, while boosting the state economy.

 

 

15th May 2017

 

AirAsia have announced the signing of a Memorandum of Understanding to establish a low-cost carrier in China as a joint venture.

AirAsia China will be based in Zhengzhou, the capital of Henan province, where the new low-cost carrier also plans to build a dedicated low-cost carrier terminal, an aviation training academy and a MRO facility.

AirAsia Group CEO said, “We chose Zhengzhou as our base due to its strategic location and importance as a logistics hub. As China’s gateway to Europe, Zhengzhou sits at the centre of a vast rail, highway and air transport network that forms the linchpin of China’s development plans for its central and western regions. With President Xi Jinping’s vision for One Belt, One Road, Zhengzhou is set to become even more important, not least as the heart of low-cost air travel in North Asia."

AirAsia already operates joint ventures in India, Indonesia, the Philippines and Thailand and is about to relaunch its activities in Japan. It also has recently announced plans for a JV in Vietnam.

 

AirAsia Group already serves 15 destinations in China, but does not yet operate from/to Zhengzhou, where China Southern Airlines is the dominant carrier controlling approximately 23% of weekly capacity.

May 2017

AirAsia announced it was planning to enter the Cambodian market. Aside from these nascent units in Cambodia, China, and Vietnam, AirAsia currently operates AirAsia in Malaysia, AirAsia India, AirAsia Japan, Indonesia AirAsia, Philippines AirAsia, and Thai AirAsia. For its part, Cambodia is home to a growing number of scheduled passenger airlines including Bassaka Air, Cambodia Angkor Air, Cambodia Bayon Airlines, JC International Airlines, and Sky Angkor Airlines.

 

AirAsia announced the signing of a Memorandum of Understanding to establisha a low-cost carrier in China as a joint venture with China Everbright Group and the Henan Working Group.

AirAsia China will be based in Zhengzhou, the capital of Henan province, where the new low-cost carrier also plans to build a dedicated low-cost carrier terminal, an aviation training academy and a MRO facility.

AirAsia already operates joint ventures in India, Indonesia, the Philippines and Thailand and is about to relaunch its activities in Japan. It also has recently announced plans for a JV in Vietnam. AirAsia Group already serves 15 destinations in China, but does not yet operate from/to Zhengzhou, where China Southern Airlines (CZ, Guangzhou) is the dominant carrier today controlling approximately 23% of weekly capacity.

 

April 2017
AirAsia announced that it has incorporated a wholly-owned subsidiary company to acquire and manage a Bombardier Global Express executive jet. e conglomerate said AirAsia Corporate Charter (Kuala Lumpur Subang) had acquired 9M-CJG (msn 9013) from Caterham Jet (Kuala Lumpur Subang) with the aim of becoming a full-fledged charter and private unscheduled business jet operator.

 

 

3rd April 2017

AirAsia plans to partnership with a Vietnamese carrier as cheap fares and rising incomes fuel a travel surge in the South East Asian nation

The fifth-biggest market in the region has seen domestic traffic double since 2013, and the middle-class will comprise close to a quarter of its population by 2010, AirAsia said. The airline’s shares have gained 37% this year.

 

21st Febuary 2017
AirAsia announded to introduce several new Summer 2017 domestic routes. Planned new routes as follow:

AirAsia
Johor Bahru – Kuala Terengganu 3 weekly

Johor Bahru – Langkawi 4 weekly
Johor Bahru – Tawau 4 weekly

Philippines AirAsia
Cebu – Caticlan 1 daily
Cebu – Davao 2 daily (Service resumption since October 2015)
Cebu – Puerto Princesa 1 daily
Clark – Davao 4 weekly
Clark – Kalibo 3 weekly
Davao – Caticlan 1 daily
Davao – Puerto Princesa 3 weekly
Manila – Caticlan 15MAR17 2 daily

Thai AirAsia
Utapao – Phuket 1 daily

Utapao – Ubon Ratchathani 1 daily

 


 

Baggage

 

AirAsia entitles its passengers to one piece of cabin baggage and one laptop or handbag on-board.

Checked baggage can be pre-booked online and must not exceed 81 cm x 119 cm x 119cm and 32 kg in weight. AirAsia offers four types of fares, each with has different conditions or baggage. These fares are low fare, value Pack, Premium Flex and Premium Flatbed.

Premium Flatbed allows customers to enjoy a full flat bed with a universal pocket socket, personalised reading light and foldaway table.

 

 

 
Each checked baggage must not exceed: 
81cm (H) x 119cm (W) x 119 cm (D) and 
32kg in weight.

 

Checked baggage allowance available for pre-book online

Domestic flights – 15kg/ 20kg/ 25kg/ 30kg/ 40kg 
International flights – 20kg/ 25kg/ 30kg/ 40kg
Flights to/from the United States - 1 piece (20kg), 2 pieces (20kg each) 

Note: Checked baggage allowance can only be shared with guests in the same booking number. Each single item has to weigh less than 32kg (20kg for flights to/from the United States) and is subject to occupational health and safety requirements.

 

 

 


 

 

Route Map 

 

 

Popular Routes

 

Johor Bahru    Ho Chi Minh City

 

Kuala Lumpur    Kathmandu

 

Penang    Kuching

 

Kuala Lumpur    Taipei

 

Pattaya    Kuala Lumpur

 

Kuala Lumpur    Colombo

 
 


The Fleet

 

Airbus A320-200

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 


 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 
 

 

 

 

 

Kuala Lumpur International Airport 

HUB Airport

 

Kuala Lumpur International Airport is Malaysia's main international airport and is one of the busiest airport in South East Asia. It is the hub airport for Malaysia Airlines, AirAsia, AirAsia X and Malindo Air. Other airlines which fly to and from Kuala Lumpur International Airport include Air Astana, Air China, Air France, Air Maurtitius, AirAsia, Cathay Pacific, Korean Air, Kuwait Airways, Lion air, Lufthansa and many others. 

 

 

 


 

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Air Asia is one of the largest low cost airlines in East Asia and was the first to introduce no frills air travel to the region. Air Asia Flights Air Asia is a major low cost airline based in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia and has led the East Asia low cost airline revolution. It has 2 major bases at Kuala Lumpur and Bangkok and smaller ones at Kota Kinabalu, Jakarta and Johur Bahru. The airline has three subsidiary airlines : Thai Air Asia, Indonesia Air Asia and Air Asia X (not for adults only !!) and their flights are incorporated into the growing Air Asia network which currently operates to 57 airports in East Asia as well as the Gold Coast in Australia. To be able to operate efficiently and successfully the airline has no less than 77 Airbus A320/A330 and Boeing 737 aircraft. Air Asia has a massive 152 Airbus aircraft on order. Air Asia 737 Air Asia operate a fleet of seventy seven Boeing 737, Airbus A320 and A330 aircraft. Air Asia great value Air Asia is the pioneer of no frills air travel in the Far East and is fantastic at providing affordable fares to everyone and making air travel cheap, easy and convenient. The airline is no different to the European low cost concept with high frequencies, 25 minute turn a rounds, little by way of free services and pay for everything that full service airline provide for free. Air Asia’s low, low fares and fantastic value for money and makes them very popular with the travelling public, in 2007 they carried almost 9 million passengers which was an increase of a full 3 million over the previous year Book your Air Asia flight now with Alternative Airlines for immediate on-line confirmation.

Latest News:


Air Asia to fly to Tehran, Iran

Air Asia, the Malaysian low cost airline is planning to start scheduled flights to the the capital of Iran, Tehran.

Air Asia shuts down reservations for upgrade July 09th to 11th

Low cost airline AirAsia Bhd will temporarily shutdown its current booking system for three days starting Friday 09th July to replace it with a new system that can cope with the company's current growth.