Air Asia Flights

Information about Air Asia

Most of the airline's 178 strong fleet are Airbus A320s. In fact, a recent deal to replace much of the fleet made Air Asia Airbus' largest global customer, a sign of how huge the airline has become since it was founded in 1993. The airline really experienced rapid growth after being purchased by Tony Fernandes in 2002. Fernandes, who has a high-profile in Europe thanks to his association with Queens Park Rangers Football Club, launched a fare system that saw deals as low as 50 pence for some tickets. The aviation world had never seen prices as low, and the popularity of Air Asia flights rocketed. However the firm isn't all about rock-bottom prices. Some of the most attractive things about Air Asia flights include:

  • The extremely low cost of flights to more than 100 destinations
  • Online check-in up to two weeks before you fly
  • Book and manage your flights with the company's easy to use app

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Since 2005, the company has created affiliate relationships with airlines across Asia, expanding its reach and opening up new routes for budget travellers. For example, along with flights to Malaysia, customers can now secure low fares for flights to Delhi and Tokyo thanks to agreements with Tata and Air Nippon. AirAsiaX was also founded, creating new long-haul routes to European cities like London, turning it into a truly global airline.

If you need to travel to Malaysia, Australia, Japan, India or a whole range of other worldwide destinations, check out the Air Asia flights available at the moment. Air Asia services will generally be among the cheapest on the market, allowing customers to save money on regional medium and long-haul journeys.

Air Asia Fleet: 58 aircraft + 2 On Order

Air Asia Fleet Details:

Aircraft Type Aircraft Aircraft Number
Airbus A320 Airbus A320-200 58

Air Asia in-flight services and entertainment:

Air Asia baggage (allowance, excess fees) :

Hub : Air Asia operate mainly from Kuala Lumpur airport (KUL).

Kuala Lumpur - International (KUL / WMKK)

Operations Started : 18-11-1996

Fleet Age (years) : 4

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Flights Singapur Gold Coast SIN - OOL $300 26 May
Flights Bangkok Kuala Lumpur DMK - KUL $77 22 September
Flights Colombo Kuala Lumpur CMB - KUL $127 01 August
Flights Singapur Colombo SIN - CMB $162 28 August
Flights Singapore Phnom Penh QPG - PNH $171 19 March
Flights Chennai Gold Coast MAA - OOL $692 15 March to 15 April
Flights Phnom Penh Kuala Lumpur PNH - KUL $131 14 April
Flights Jakarta Melbourne JKT - MEL $532 16 to 24 June
Flights Ho Chi Minh City Melbourne SGN - MEL $644 02 to 11 March
Flights Ho Chi Minh City Melbourne SGN - MEL $523 11 to 18 March
Flights Chiang Mai Perth CNX - PER $388 05 April to 03 May
Flights Chiang Mai Perth CNX - PER $473 01 to 08 March
Flights Jakarta Perth JKT - PER $148 08 June
Flights Hyderabad Melbourne HYD - MEL $641 20 April to 28 May
Flights Colombo Phuket CMB - HKT $308 23 July to 18 August

Based on latest flight's searches. Last update: 23/02/2017

Air Asia (AK/AXM)

Air Asia is one of the largest budget airlines in the world, offering cheap flights to over 100 destinations, mainly in the Asia-Pacific region. Based in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia, the company operates the most efficient airline in the world. It's ground crews turn around flights in under half an hour and the airline has the most productive staff in the global aviation sector. All of of these factors allow it to offer incredibly low fares, even on medium or long-haul routes.