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About AirAsia Japan

AirAsia Japan is a Japanese low-cost airline that operates a small network of flights to domestic destinations in Japan, as well as some international services. The airline launched in 2012 and is based at Chübu Centrair International Airport. 

AirAsia Japan is part of the AirAsia Group and a subsidiary airline of the Malaysian airline AirAsia.

 


AirAsia Group Subsidaries

AirAsia

Thai AirAsia

Indonesia AirAsia

AirAsia X

Philippines AirAsia

Thai AirAsia X

AirAsia India

AirAsia China

Malaysia AirAsia

 


Destinations

Domestic

Nagoya

Sapporo

International

Taipei

 


Fleet

Airbus 320-200

 


Baggage

Checked baggage must not exceed:

81cm (H) x 119cm (W) x 119 cm (D) and 32kg in weight.

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.


News

14th May 2018

AirAsia X named the the cheapest international carrier by distance travelled

Air Asia XAccording to a study, AirAsia X and another AirAsia Subsidiary, Indonesia AirAsia, have been named the cheapest airlines by average price ($) per kilometre on international flight searche. This data was analysed by Rome2ri,o who published the 2018 edition of its Global Flight Price Ranking which highlights the cheapest airlines in the world for cost per kilometre. Australia’s Tiger Air is seen as the cheapest airline at a cost of $0.06/km, “likely due to the large distances covered by the budget airline”. From an international perspective, when Rome2rio measured the top 200 airlines by average price ($) per kilometre on international flight searches, it found Asian and Indian carriers dominated the top of the list, with Air Asia X taking top spot, followed by Air India Express and Indonesia AirAsia. Of course, this information should be taken with a pinch of salt, as the price of airlines depends of a lot of other external factors.

 

10th April 2018

AirAsia X sponsers students' programme in Melbourne

AirAsia X airms to inspire gifted youths worldwide with its global talent initiative, “Australia Cultural and Technology Exchange (Acute) 2018”  in Melbourne University, Australia. AirAsia X Malaysia marketing head Jurvena Lee sent off 42 students of the Universiti Teknologi Malaysia (UTM) to take part in the programme, as well as the University's vice chancellor.  Acute 2018 is a joint collaboration between the UTM student council, Malaysian Student Council of Australia, Islamic Affairs and Development Body and Malaysia’s Consulate General in Melbourne. Its goals are to promote Malaysian culture to Australian students and highlight UTM students’ latest innovation, which is a quick, cost-effective and durable interlocking brick construction system that has been recently used to build community houses in Tawau, Sawarak.

 

24th February 2018

AirAsia India to roll out etiquette video for first-time flyers

AirAsia India has come up with a solution as to how to teach people how to behave while they are in the air. First-time flyers, of which there are a lot on AirAsia India, will be introduced and instructed on things such as when to arrive at the airport, how to clear security and when to stand up on an airplane. This how-to video, is hoped to eased the experience of new passengers on AirAsia flights. Air fares have fallen rapidly in India in the recent years, and with such fall, more of the country's population have been able to afford air travel, putting pressure on airlines such as AirAisa India to keep up with demands for flight bookings. 

 

Although train travel was once the bread and butter of India's transportation industry, people are increasingly opting for flights with domestic carriers. Another reason the video idea is so popular is that many customers are unaccustomed to the waste dispoal systems in airplanes. Aircraft toilet fascilities have traditionally been built i western style, which many people find alien. As people are used to rail travel, they also think they can carry whatever they want, which is another aspect of confustion that the video hopes to address. No sharp objects and live animals in the air! That's train travel territory. 

 

23rd February 2018

Thai AirAsia are obtaining seven new aircraft

 The low-cost airline, Thai AirAsia,  creported on Thursday that it is in the final stages of purchasing seven new aircraft this year, bringing its fleet up to 63 aircraft in total. Last year it purchased five new aircraft Currently, Thai AirAsia benefits from the ever-increasing numbers of Chinese passengers flying to Thailand. However, as part of a revenue growth strategy, the airline needs to diversify and this year will increase its flights to India and to the ASEAN region. Tassapon Bijleveld, CEO, said that last year Thai AirAsia added 16 new routes both domestically and inter-regionally. Thai AirAsia’s target for 2018 is 23.2 million passengers with a load factor of 87%.