Air Asia flights

Air Asia Informations

Air Asia is now an important player in air travel. It now also works with a number of other affiliated airlines in the Philippines, Indonesia, Thailand, Japan and India. Short as well as long haul Air Asia flights are very popular among holiday and business passengers. The company is an inspired choice whether you're planning a vacation to Thailand or a business trip in India. Around 17,000 people work for this reputable airline whose headquarters are located in Kuala Lumpur International Airport.

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The company's motto is "now everyone can fly". This is certainly true with:-
  • a commitment to low fares
  • cost-saving innovations
  • great value and amazing quality
  • a 25-minute turnaround on average
  • a professional service for passengers
Flight schedules include domestic and international flights to around 120 destinations in 24 countries. This makes the airline a popular choice with passengers from all over the world. With an air fleet of 80 planes, passenger numbers rose to around 50 million in 2015. The company's air fleet consists of Airbus A320-200, Airbus A320neo and Airbus A321neo. When you book Air Asia flights you can expect a straightforward transaction and great flight deals. Reserve flights to Malaysia any time of the year to destinations like Bangkok, Kuala Lumpur, Singapore, Manila or New Delhi.

Air Asia is the preferred choice of air transport for more and more travellers. With enhanced service levels and costs kept low, this prestigious airline ticks all the right boxes for last minute holiday breaks and affordable business flights. There are lots of on board in-flight comforts too like hot meals and entertainment.

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

Main Routes



Trip dates

Flights Tiruchirapally - Kuala Lumpur Rs.7623 10 to 17 July
Flights Chennai - Kuala Lumpur Rs.10286 27 February to 27 March
Flights Cochin - Kuala Lumpur Rs.4299 23 February
Flights Bangalore - Kuala Lumpur
Flights Kolkata - Kuala Lumpur Rs.9741 02 to 09 June
Flights Hyderabad - Kuala Lumpur Rs.8146 31 March to 07 April

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Airport codes


Trip dates

Flights Chennai Phuket MAA - HKT Rs.13111 19 to 25 May
Flights Chennai Phuket MAA - HKT Rs.17958 01 to 08 March
Flights Phuket Delhi HKT - DEL Rs.17729 10 March
Flights Utapao Phuket UTP - HKT Rs.8653 05 to 08 May
Flights Dhaka Kuala Lumpur DAC - KUL Rs.19540 25 February to 07 March
Flights Cochin Sydney COK - SYD Rs.36815 21 December to 02 January
Flights Kuala Lumpur Chennai KUL - MAA Rs.8324 05 to 20 July
Flights Chennai Melbourne MAA - MEL Rs.27130 28 February
Flights Yangon Chennai RGN - MAA Rs.23150 08 to 15 April
Flights Chennai Bali MAA - DPS Rs.20995 27 February to 06 March
Flights Kolkata Bali CCU - DPS Rs.23002 27 February to 06 March
Flights Kolkata Manila CCU - MNL Rs.10616 02 August
Flights Hyderabad Kuala Lumpur HYD - KUL Rs.11059 20 to 27 March
Flights Tiruchirapally Kuala Lumpur TRZ - KUL Rs.7623 10 to 17 July
Flights Hyderabad Bangkok HYD - BKK Rs.9320 27 February to 06 March

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

Air Asia (AK/AXM)

Air Asia is primarily a low-cost airline that's based in Malaysia. It serves South East Asia and other surrounding regions. In recent years the company has expanded considerably. There are now great value for money Air Asia flights to more than 120 destinations like the Philippines, Thailand, Singapore, Indonesia, Japan and India. From humble beginnings in 1993, the airline was bought out by Tony Fernandes in 2001 who set about expanding, improving and making sure passengers benefited from low cost flights. Mr Fernandes' aim was to make affordable air travel accessible to everyone.