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Flying with AirAsia

AirAsia is a Malaysian low-cost airline, based out of Kuala Lumpur International Airport's klia2 terminal. Founded in 1993, it's the largest airline in Malaysia in terms of fleet size and destinations, with 92 aircraft flying to 74 airports.

The wider AirAsia Group serves more than 165 destinations in 25 countries. This includes sister airline AirAsia X, which handles long-haul routes, and regional subsidiaries in China, India, Indonesia, Japan, the Philippines, Thailand and Vietnam.

Why fly with AirAsia?

As well as offering the world's cheapest airfare per available seat kilometre (ASK), AirAsia offers exceptional standards for a budget airline. It's been named the best low-cost carrier for the last 9 consecutive years in the Skytrax World Airline Awards, based on customer satisfaction reports. Frequent flyers can earn points by signing up to the BIG Loyalty Programme, which can be redeemed for flights and upgrades.

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Please note: all information is correct as of March, 2018.

Why fly with AirAsia

AirAsia check in

You can check in for all AirAsia flights online or using the AirAsia mobile app from 14 days to 1 hour before your scheduled departure. Web check-in is available for individuals or groups of up to 50 passengers. You can print your boarding pass or save a barcode to your phone that allows you to print the boarding pass at the airport.

You can also check in at airport counters or using self check-in kiosks where available. Passengers at Kuala Lumpur International's klia2 terminal are required to use the self check-in facilities, but can head to the service counters if they're not able to use the machines.

AirAsia baggage allowance and fees

All passengers can take on board 1 item of cabin baggage (up to 56cm x 36cm x 23cm) and 1 acceptable personal item (40cm x 30cm x 10cm). The combined weight of these items should not exceed 7kg.

Value Pack, Premium Flex and Premium Flatbed fares include a checked baggage allowance. All passengers can pre-book checked baggage online in increments starting from 15kg (domestic flights) or 20kg (international) up to 40kg.

If you don't pre-book your check-in baggage, this will be charged at the airport at local rates on a per-kilogram basis, which costs more.

AirAsia seat selection

Seat selection is included free on Value Pack, Premium Flex and Premium Flatbed fares. Other passengers can pay to choose a preferred seat when booking their flights, managing their booking online or checking in. The fee depends on the type of seat.

Seat types on Airbus A320 flights include Standard Seats and Hot Seats. Hot Seats are located at the front of the plane and in emergency exit rows, featuring extra leg room and priority boarding.

The Airbus A330 adds Premium Flatbed seats and Quiet Zone seats for passengers who want extra peace and quiet.

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