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AirAsia Flight Guide

AirAsia

AirAsia History


One is likely to think that AirAsia is the same as Air Asia, but in fact the two are distinct. The former is the low-cost airline of Malaysia, and the latter is based out of Taiwan. AirAsia has its main hub in the modern city of Kuala Lumpur.
The airline operates some 132 aircraft to over 100 destinations worldwide. It has been around since 1993. With 7 subsidiaries, the airline is one of the heavy hitters in the region.

AirAsia Flights

Why fly AirAsia?


AirAsia is not a part of any alliance. However, where it lacks alliances and the perks that come with them, it makes up for with its subsidiaries and its young awards program.
AirAsia’s frequent flyer program is called, simply, BIG. The program is actually still in development, but when it goes live, AirAsia customers will be able to accumulate miles and redeem them for such things as free tickets, upgrades and third-party perks.

AirAsia Flight Destinations


AirAsia flies to many destinations in the region and abroad. Among its main destinations are several cities in Australia and Burma, many cities in China and India, and a number of cities in neighbor Indonesia and Japan as well. AirAsia also flies heavily to the Philippines, Thailand and Vietnam. Other destinations include the UK, UAE, Saudi Arabia, South Korea, Sri Lanka, Iran, France, Brunei, Bangladesh, Cambodia, Hong Kong, Laos, Macau, New Zealand, Nepal, Singapore and the Maldives.
These destinations include those served by AirAsia’s subsidiary companies. The airline does not have any codeshare agreements with partner airlines.

On Board AirAsia


AirAsia flights include the basic amenities. The seats are standard and the service as well. Much like other budget airlines, AirAsia offers a program wherein passengers can purchase food and drink on board. AirAsia recognizes the importance of Sharia within Malaysia, and as such many flights do not sell alcoholic beverages. On longer, international flights, wine and beer can be purchased. Pork, however, remains off the menu. In any case, the food is diverse, representing international tastes as well as those culturally linked to Malaysian cuisine.

Business Class Flights


AirAsia is a low-cost airline and therefore does not off First Class seating. However, its “Hot Seats” are at the front of the plane, and offer additional legroom for those who board first. The “Business Class” is called the “Premium FlatBed seats”. The seats can be adjusted to lay completely flat. There’s a dedicated reading lamp, power connections, and a folding table with ample room to work. Those who fly Business receive the added privilege of an in-flight complimentary meal as well as a pillow and blanket. These are not things that passengers in standard seating cannot also purchase.
On AirAsia X flights, the in-flight entertainment system is a Galaxy Tab. These have 10 inches of screen space, a headset, 10 hours of battery life and an HD screen. There will be pre-installed games and movies to enjoy during the flight.

AirAsia Lounges


There are no airport lounges in the AirAsia network. Passengers who fly with AirAsia tend to do so because of the price and not to seek perks. However, AirAsia has been consistently rated as one of the best budget airlines not only in the region but in the world.

Website


Their website is www.airasia.com. It is a modern, well-designed website that is easy to navigate. The main focus is on the booking form and special deals, and it would behoove customers to check regularly for such special deals that the airline is likely to post.



 

Cheap AirAsia Flights & Online Bookings


Below are a historical prices of flight deals on AirAsia from the USA to . Prices are a guide only and are subject to availability and conditions, additional charges may apply. For more deals try the booking engine


Kuala Lumpur from $66* Kuala Lumpur from $216* Bangkok from $73* Melbourne from $367*
London from $1087* Singapore from $44* Delhi from $163* Colombo from $155*
Hyderabad from $161* Taipei from $290* Guangzhou from $239* Krabi from $87*

Flight Route Origin Country Destination Country Distance
Singapore to Kuala Lumpur Singapore Malaysia 184 miles
Hong Kong to Kuala Lumpur Hong Kong Malaysia 1577 miles
Singapore to Penang Singapore Malaysia 373 miles
Singapore to Kota Kinabalu Singapore Malaysia 888 miles
Singapore to Pulau Singapore Malaysia 452 miles
Singapore to Kuching Singapore Malaysia 438 miles
Singapore to Miri Singapore Malaysia 718 miles
Hong Kong to Penang Hong Kong Malaysia 1484 miles
Hong Kong to Kota Kinabalu Hong Kong Malaysia 1138 miles


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