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About Thai AirAsia 

Thai AirAsia is a subsidary of the Malaysian low-fare airline AirAsia and Thailand's Asia Aviation. The airline serves AirAsia's regularly scheduled domestic and international flights from Bangkok and other cities in Thailand.

From 2012, Thai AirAsia transferred all operations from Suvernabhumi Airport to Don Mueang International Airport. Originally, it was the only low-cost airline operating both domestic and international flights from Suvarnabhumi Airport. 

AirAsia is a Malaysian low-cost airline headquartered in Kuala Lumpur, which operates many flights to 22 countries and 100 destinations. These destinations 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. The AirAsia Group is comprised of: AirAsia Berhad (Malaysia), AirAsia Indonesia, Thai AirAsia, Philippines AirAsia, AirAsia Japan, AirAsia X, Thai AirAsia and Indonesia AirAsia X. AirAsia has lots of affiliate airlines such as Thai AirAsia, Indonesia AirAsia, Philippines AirAsia and AirAsia India.

 

Within the AirAsia family includes subsidary airlines:

 

AirAsia

Indonesia AirAsia

AirAsia X

Philippines AirAsia

Thai AirAsia X

AirAsia India

Malaysia AirAsia

 

 


 

Thai AirAsia Destinations

Australia (Darwin; Perth)

India (Bangalore; Chennai; Kochi; Kolkata; Tiruchirappalli)

Indonesia (Badung; Denpassar/Bali; Jakarta; Lombok; Medan; Palembang; Pekanbaru; Semarang; Surabaya; Yogyakarta)

Malaysia (Johor; Kuala Lumpur; Penang)

Singapore

Taiwan (Taipei)

Thailand (Bangkok; Phuket)

 


Thai AirAsia Baggage Allowances

 

Carry-on Baggage

All Thai AirAsia passengers (except for infants) are permitted to carry on board two pieces of baggage, comprising of:

One cabin bag with a maximum size of 56cm x 36cm x 23cm and that must fit in the overhead storage compartment of the aircraft.

Either a handbag (purse), laptop bag, or a small bag with a maximum size of 40cm x 30cm x 10cm that must fit under the seat in front of the passenger.

The total weight of both items must be a maximum of 7kg (15.4lb)

Checked Baggage

For Value Pack, Premium Flex, and Premium Flatbed fares and packages, checked baggage allowance will be included on your fare.

There is a range of checked baggage allowances for passengers to book if they need to take more luggage. They are available in the following sizes:

  • 15kg (domestic flights within Thailand only)
  • 20kg
  • 25kg
  • 30kg
  • 40kg

It is recommended that passengers ensure that they pre-book their checked baggage allowance before travelling, since checked baggage fees at the airport are the highest.

Baggage that exceeds the booked amount will be charged at the most relevant weight bracket.

Sports Equipment

Sports equipment, such as golf equipment, bicycles, surfboards, diving gear, and skis/snowboards have specific packing instructions. Passengers are able to pre-book sports equipment online and a special sports equipment fee applies.


 

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Thai Airasia News

25th June 2018

Thai AirAsia to Increase Local Membership

Thai AirAsia plans to increase the number of its Thai loyalty programme members from 20% this year to 70% over the next 5 years.

Currently, only 2 million Thai passengers are members of the AirAsia Big Loyalty programme. The airline wants to increase the figure to 3 million by 2019.

The Chief executive Santisuk Klongchaiya stated that the budget airline carried 19.8 million passengers in 2017 - half of which were foreigners. "Within the next 5 years, we aim to increase Thai members to 70% of our total Thai passengers,".

Thai AirAsia recorded a 91% cabin factor in the 1st quarter this year and expects to exceed 80% in the 2nd quarter. It projects an average cabin factor of 87% for the entire year.

The airline will receive 3 more aircraft this year, bringing the total to 62 aircraft in the fleet in order to meet the targets. The additional aircraft will help increase seat capacity and frequency at existing routes and open new routes in both domestic and overseas destinations. It hopes to to increase frequency on India routes such as Chennai from 5 to 7 flights a week.

Thai AirAsia has considered opening 4 or 5 new destinations, including: Hua Hin, Mae Hong Son and Phetchabun (for the domestic market). Operating plans will be finalised in the near future.

From January to March, the number of international tourists on flights to Thailand rose to 10.6 million, up 15% year-on-year. The bulk of international tourists were from East Asia, accounting for 64%, primarily Chinese and Asean visitors. Europeans accounted for 24%. The rest are from other markets.

Thai AirAsia also began operating 7 new routes from:

Don Mueang airport - Ranong, Johor Bahru and Chengdu,

Phuket - Macao and Kunming

Chiang Mai - Udon Thani.

 

13th June 2018

Thai AirAsia add additional international flights for this summer

Thai AirAsia will increase the number of flights it operates between June and August 2018. The low-cost airline will add a number of new routes to its schedule, as well as increase the frequency in which it operates a couple of its existing services.

 

Thai AirAsia will add the following new routes to its flight schedule:

  • From Bangkok Don Mueang to Kota Kinabalu. Thai AirAsia will fly this route three times a week from 2nd August 2018
  • From Bangkok Don Mueang to Meixian. Thai AirAsia has been flying this route four times a week since 1st June 2018
  • From Chiang Mai to Yangon. Thai AirAsia will fly this route three times a week from 11th August 2018.

 

Thai AirAsia will increase the frequency in which it operates the following routes that already exist in its network:

  • From Bangkok Don Mueang to Da Nang. Thai AirAsia originally flew this route seven times a week, has been operating it 11 times a week since 11th June 2018. From 3rd July 2018, it will fly the route 14 times a week.
  • From Chiang Mai to Macau. Thai AirAsia originally flew this route once daily, but will now fly it twice daily from 16th June 2018.

 

 

16th May 2018

Indonesia AirAsia and AirAsia X named the cheapest international carrier by distance travelled

According 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 search. 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 sponsors 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.

 

21st March 2018

Europe a ‘long-term plan’ for Thai AirAsia X

Thai AirAsia X is eyeing potential flights to Europe, but this year will be focused on bolstering its North Asian network.

“It’s a long-term plan, we have been studying again,” said the carrier’s chief executive Nadda Buranasiri during a discussion session at the Routes Asia event in Brisbane.

He admits though that the airline still needs to “fully understand” the market before it launches any routes to Europe.

Nadda adds that the carrier has, in the past, been too aggressive and failed to fully analyse the markets it entered. It had to pay the price for it - especially when it comes to entering into markets that are still dominated by travel agents, rather than the independent travelers that are its core target.

“In 2016 we were too fast in two markets that were not developed in online travel markets,” he admits.

This year, the carrier will take delivery of three Airbus A330-300s, which will take its fleet to nine of the type. The aircraft are being sourced from 49% shareholder AirAsia X.

While it will launch services from Bangkok Don Mueang to Sapporo in April, the bulk of the additional capacity this year will focus on adding frequencies to existing routes.

FlightGlobal schedules data shows that the carrier operates services from Bangkok to Shanghai, Seoul, Tokyo and Osaka.

 

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, reported 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%.

 

2nd August 2017

Thai AirAsia to commence direct flights to Jaipur, Trichy, in September 2017

Thai AirAsia will start direct flights to Jaipur and Trichy in September as budget carrier AirAsia Bhd’s South-East Asian affiliates grow their links with India.
 

The budget airline will fly four times a week between Bangkok and Rajasthan’s capital Jaipur starting from Sept 29, the airline said in an announcement in India on Monday.

Thai AirAsia chief executive officer, Tassapon Bijleveld, said AirAsia planned to expand services to India to tap into the growing tourism and business travel demand.

Thai AirAsia already has direct flights to Chennai, Bangalore, Kolkata and Kochi in India and will also launch its four-times-weekly service to Tamil Nadu’s Tiruchirappalli city, also known as Trichy, on Sept 29.
 

The new flights would provide convenient and affordable travel options to Indian tourists visiting Thailand, as well as regional destinations such as Kuala Lumpur, Ho Chi Minh City, Singapore and Macau using AirAsia’s regional network, the Thai AirAsia chief said at a press conference in Jaipur.
 

AirAsia group is expanding its services to key Indian cities, linking them with South-East Asian tourism hotspots. At present, the low-cost airline and its affiliates have about 130 flights per week between nine Indian cities and South-East Asia.

Indonesia AirAsia X, a long-haul budget arm of AirAsia group, launched daily flights between Bali and Mumbai via Kuala Lumpur in May.

AirAsia group will have 10 Indian cities in its network by September. - Bernama