Founded in 2001, AirAsia is one of the most successful budget airlines in the world. It prides itself as the winner of ‘World’s Best Low-Cost Airline’ by Skytrax Travel Awards 10 times consecutively. Not only does it have a minimal aircraft turnaround before takeoff, it is also constantly working towards minimising costs. AirAsia was the first in the world to use aircrafts equipped with ‘sharklet wing tips’ to increase fuel efficiency, and its fleet of 252 aircraft now covers over 320 flight routes.
All the services on AirAsia flights are add-ons, which means flyers can customise their travel experience as per their budget.
AirAsia online booking is available with Almosafer.
‘Quiet Zone’ seats section where noise is minimal on AirAsia X flights
Pre-book your meal from a wide selection of menus
AirAsia X flights equipped with Samsung Galaxy Tablets for entertainment
Select your seat while booking your flight
Premium flatbed seats available on AirAsia X flights
Economy Class baggage allowance can be purchased with a maximum weight limit of anywhere between 15 kg and 40 kg for domestic flights.
Economy Class baggage allowance can be purchased with a maximum weight limit of anywhere between 20 kg to 40 kg for international flights.
If you have purchased Value Pack or are flying on Premium Flex or Premium Flatbed, a checked baggage allowance will be included in your fare.
Passengers are allowed one piece of carry-on luggage with a maximum weight limit of 7 kg.
The option of online check-in is available from anywhere between 14 days and 1 hour before departure for both domestic and international AirAsia flights.
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Yes, AirAsia allows web check-in.
Yes, AirAsia offers online seat selection at a nominal fee or free. It depends on your flight booking.
The total number of routes serviced by AirAsia is 485.
The airline code for AirAsia is AK.