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Fly with Air Asia

AirAsia Berhad is a low-cost Malaysian airline. It is headquartered in Kuala Lumpur, the capital of Malaysia. The airline is acknowledged as a pioneer of low-cost travel in Asia and among the world’s best low-cost airline. AirAsia Group, which includes its various subsidiaries like AirAsia Japan, AirAsia Zest, Philippines AirAsia, Indonesia AirAsia and Thai AirAsia, provides flights to more than 78 destinations on domestic and international routes spread over 25 countries. Being a mainline carrier in the group, AirAsia is presently providing over 400 daily flights within Malaysia and other countries like Japan, Philippines, Thailand and Indonesia. The airline operates out of its main hub at the Low-Cost Carrier Terminal at Kuala Lumpur International Airport.

Travel Classes:

AirAsia offers four types of Fare Class – Standard Economy, Hot Seats, Premium Economy and Premium FlatBed.

In-flight Services and Amenities

Premium FlatBed

  • Premium FlatBed offered in business class cabins
  • Universal power socket at every seat
  • Personal reading light
  • A foldaway table
  • Adjustable headrest and footrests
  • Buy on board “Snack Attack” program offering drinks and food available for purchase
  • Snacks served only on flights less than 75 minutes
  • Samsung Galaxy Tab offered for in-flight entertainment

Premium Economy

  • Comfortable and spacious seats
  • Extra legroom
  • Priority check-in
  • Priority baggage handling
  • Complimentary meals and drinks

Hot Seats

  • Extra legroom without paying the price of premium economy
  • Hot seats located in the first 5 rows of A330 or A340 cabins
  • Fast exit upon arrival

Standard Economy

  • Reclining leather seats available at competitive prices

Air Asia Latest News

AirAsia not to purchase Batavia Air now, scraps $80 million deal  Oct 23, 2012
Asia’s largest budget carrier AirAsia recently announced it has decided to drop its decision to purchase Batavia Air now. The airline’s decision has out the expansion p...Read More

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