AirAsia AirAsia Airlines

AirAsia, also known as Air Asia X is a low cost carrier based in Malaysia. AirAsia has won the "World's Best Low Cost Carrier" award from Skytrax in 2011,2010,2009 and 2007. out of Australia, it is a very popular airline for flights to Bali since it is so cheap and the flights are short enough so that passengers don't mind flying with a budget airline.
Travellers on AirAsia have several options for increasing their checked luggage allowance as well as 7kg of carry on luggage. Travellers can also book the empty seat next to them for less than the normal cost of a seat, so that they can fly in greater comfort.
AirAsia now also has its own loyalty program, called BIG.

AirAsia Airfares on Sale

MelbournetoBangkokDep: Thu 20/Aug/15Ret: Sat 22/Aug/15$487Select Flight
MelbournetoDenpasar/BaliDep: Sun 12/Jul/15Ret: Fri 24/Jul/15$452Select Flight
MelbournetoPhuketDep: Fri 14/Aug/15Ret: Mon 14/Sep/15$487Select Flight

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AirAsia flys to:
Bandar Seri Begwan, Phnom Penh, Siem Reap, Chengdu, Guangzhou (Canton), Guilin, Hangzhou, Zhenzhen (Shenzhen), Tianjin, Paris - Orly, Hong Kong, Bangalore, Madras, Cochin, Kolkata, Mumbai, Delhi, Tiruchirapally, Denpasar (Bali), Balikpapan, Banda Aceh (Kuturaja), Bandung, Jakarta, Ujung Pandang, Medan, Padang, Palembang, Pekanbaru, Semarang, Solo City, Surabaya, Yogyakarta, Tehran, Osaka, Tokyo - Haneda, Vientiane, Macau, Alor Setar, Bintulu, Johor Bahru, Kota Bharu, Kota Kinabalu, Kuala Lumpur, Kuala Terengganu, Kuching, Labuan, Langkawi, Miri, Penang, Sandakan, Sibu, Tawau, Yangon (Rangoon), Christchurch, Angeles, Davao City, Kalibo, Singapore, Seoul, Colombo, Taipei, Bangkok, Chiang Mai, Chiang Rai, Hatyai (Hat Yai), Krabi, Nakhon Phanom, Nakhon Si Thammarat, Narathiwat, Phuket, Surat Thani, Trang, Ubon Ratchathni, Udon Thani, London - Gatwick, Da Nang, Hanoi, Ho Chi Minh City, Melbourne, Sydney, Brisbane, Perth

What people are saying about airasia right now:

AirAsia's Fernandes Casts Work Aside Amid Accounting Worries - Jakarta Globe
AirAsia boss Tony Fernandes has told staff and analysts he will spend more time working on the budget airline and put his other business and sporting interests to one side, after a report questioning the company's accounts sent its share price tumbling.
Airlines may soon charge extra for cabin baggage - The Indian Express
The proposal is in contrast to the regulator's stand in June 2014, when it directed AirAsia India against charging passengers for check-in baggage. The airline, which was yet to commence operations at the time, planned to charge Rs 199 for check-in baggage ...
Twitter: From user 'Tour and Travel '
RT @AirAsia: [REMINDER] Last 2 days till our sale ends - have you gotten your FREE SEATS yet? Get them today @ . RT …
MY BIZ: Low-cost airlines want passengers to pay for check-in baggage - Daily Mail
Air travel may turn more expensive as leading low-cost carriers IndiGo, its arch-rival SpiceJet and AirAsia India want to charge fliers for their checked-in baggage. These no-frills carriers have sought permission of the Directorate General of Civil Aviation ...
Airlines to dump free check-in baggage rule - The Hans India
New Delhi: In bad news for air travellers, check-in baggage may be charged if airlines have their way. Aviation regulator Directorate General of Civil Aviation (DGCA) is looking into a proposal made by three Indian carriers by which travellers will have to shell ...
Twitter: From user 'SuhailaMohammad'
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Now, flying light might cost you less - Mumbai Mirror
Traveling light will not only ensure a hassle-free journey, it may also save you money. The Directorate of Civil Aviation (DGCA) is toying with the idea of allowing the airlines to charge for the check-in baggage, after at least three airlines -- SpiceJet, Indigo and ...
Twitter: From user 'StarBiz'
AirAsia India puts growth on hold
Twitter: From user 'Buletin Malaysia'
FREE SEATS from AirAsia happening now! Quick, promo ends 28 June 2015.
Twitter: From user 'Malaysia Air News'
#Flights to London, Hawaii on radar for #AirAsia X - @thewest_com_au