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The largest airline in Malaysia, Air Asia is a low-cost airline operates from its base near Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia. Globally, the carrier group operates domestic and international flights to more than 165 destinations spanning 25 countries. the low-cost carrier terminal at Kuala Lumpur International Airport (KLIA) in Sepang, Selangor, Malaysia is its main hub of operation. AirAsia X, its sister airline, focuses on long-haul routes. The registered office of AirAsia is in Petaling Jaya, Selangor while its head office is at Kuala Lumpur International Airport.

Address
Total Air Services Limited
Erectors House, 5th Floor
18 Kamal Ataturk Avenue, Banani, Dhaka
Contact For Purchase Ticket
Hotline: +88 01974 41102-3, 07-08

Airlines Dhaka Office Email Address
[email protected]
Airlines Official Website
www.airasia.com

 

Destination

As of November 2019, for AirAsia itself, it has 180 flights daily, not including its subsidiaries airlines. While for AirAsia X itself, it has 21 flights daily.

Estimated Pricing

Estimated pricing to some of the popular regions of the world is given below in the chart with the lowest and cheapest fare with discounts and along with a lot of options for cheap flights. Currently, promotion going on in both online and offline ticket booking and buying.

Originating City Destination One way fare Round trip
Dhaka (DAC) Sydney (SYD) 21,629.00 40,970.00
Dhaka (DAC) Bali (DPS) 20,025.00 33,899.00
Dhaka (DAC) Brunei (BWN) 19,699.00 34,573.00
Dhaka (DAC) Langkawi (LGK) 17,326.00 27887.00
Dhaka (DAC) Hong Kong (HKG) 19,131.00 33,665.00
Dhaka (DAC) Jakarta (CGK) 19,002.00 32094.00
Dhaka (DAC) Bangkok (DMK) 19,180.00 32,484.00
Dhaka (DAC) Kuala Lumpur (KUL) 15,099.00 23,004.00

Entertainment system

the Malaysia-based airline has introduced the brand new ‘Xcite Inflight Entertainment’ service which will provide passengers with tablet devices pre-loaded with TV shows, movies, games and magazine content. The service of the entertainment will be available in five languages – English, Bahasa Malaysia, Mandarin, Korean and Japanese – and will be offered free-of-charge to all passengers in the premium cabin. Economy class passengers will be able to rent or pre-book them.

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Food

Halal Meals

All Air Asia meals are classified as HALAL except if you are flying on AirAsia Japan (DJ) and AirAsia Philippines (Z2) operated flights.

Alcohol Sales

Air Asia Malaysia operated flights (AK) that do not sell alcohol. For trips shorter than 75 minutes, hot meals can only be pre-booked online to ensure service consistency.

Special Meals

There are only vegetarian options available to pre-order.

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Cabin Experience

AirAsia X offers three cabins seating 377 passengers on their Airbus A330-300s: Business Class, Quiet Zone, and Main Cabin. Its Business Class features twelve, “Premium Flatbed” seats in the front of the cabin. On-board, customers receive comfortable pillows and duvets and complimentary meal service.

The “Quiet Zone” in the forward section of Economy Class with 42, “child-free” seats since only guests ages 10 and above can sit in them, as well as ambient lighting.  In the bulkhead rows of the remaining Economy Class sections, otherwise known as “Hot Seats,” passengers can pay a nominal fee for extra legroom.

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Lounges

Our lounge is located at KILA2 International Departure, Mezzanine Level (Airside), and is open 24 hours. Access to our lounge is available for Premium Flatbed and Premium Flex guests traveling on an international flight out of Kuala Lumpur.

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Baggage Allowance

Domestic

Passengers are given a free allowance of one piece of cabin luggage and a handbag or laptop bag onto the plane without any additional charges. Travelers on special domestic flights with the flight code QZ are allowed a free baggage allowance of 15kg.

International

You are allowed to carry one piece of cabin baggage and a handbag or laptop bag aboard the plane free of charge. Checked baggage is charged based on its weight and the destination to which you’re traveling.

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Lost and Damaged Baggage

For mishandled/lost baggage, the baggage tag that was given to the passengers at the time of check-in to enable AirAsia to track their baggage through AirAsia Baggage Tracing System is needed for further actions.

Baggage will be declared missing after a period of 7 days for Domestic travel, and 14 days for International travel, from the date of the PIR.

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