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AirAsia Promotion Codes: Asia from $99 each way

Jet off to Asia without breaking the bank thanks to these AirAsia promotion codes for discounted flights.

Recently named the World's Best Low-Cost Airline for the ninth year in a row, AirAsia has quickly grown to be one of the world’s largest budget carriers offering flights throughout Asia and to Australia/Pacific.

With a motto of “Now Everyone Can Fly”, the Malaysia-based carrier offers low fares for on its no-frills service. Travellers pay for what they want, like a checked bag or in-flight meal, and don’t have to absorb the prices of services they don’t want to use.

AirAsia promotion codes and coupons

Store Discount Expiration Description Last verified Redeem
Kuala Lumpur flights from $168 return

Deal expires

Valid for travel from May - December 2018 with AirAsia. Sample fare is from Perth.

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AirAsia flight classes

Low fare (Economy)AirAsia.Economy-CropThis fare includes:

  • 7kg cabin baggage (one piece)
  • Economy seat
  • BIG Loyalty Points (RM2=1 BIG Point)
Premium FlexAirAsia.Economy2-CropThis fare includes:

  • 7kg cabin baggage (one piece)
  • 20kg of checked baggage (one piece)
  • Economy seat
  • One in-flight meal
  • Up to two date and time changes
  • BIG Loyalty Points (RM1=1 BIG Point)
  • Express baggage delivery
  • Express check-in
  • Express boarding
  • Seat selection
Premium FlatbedAirAsia.Flatbed-CropThis fare includes:

  • 7kg cabin baggage (one piece)
  • 40kg of checked baggage (one piece)
  • Premium flatbed seat
  • One in-flight meal
  • Pillow and blanket to use onboard
  • Up to two date and time changes
  • BIG Loyalty Points (RM1=1 BIG Point)
  • Express baggage delivery
  • Express check-in
  • Express boarding
  • Seat selection

AirAsia Review | Pros and Cons

Pros

  • Low fares: AirAsia is known for its bargain basement airfares. The airline has even been known to give away free tickets.
  • Only pay for what you need: If you’re not going to eat an in-flight meal, watch a movie at your seat or bring more than a carry-on bag, then you don’t have to pay for it.
  • Award-winning airline: Air Asia has been dubbed the “World’s Best Low-Cost Airline” for the last seven years by Skytrax and the “World’s Leading Low-Cost Airline Website” at the World Travel Awards 2015.

Cons

  • Pay for what you get: If you’re used to full-service airlines, you may be surprised to find yourself having to pay for everything that’s not your seat.
  • Limited routes: Air Asia only flies within Asia Pacific.
  • Limited direct flights: From most cities in Australia, direct flights are only available to Kuala Lumpur and Denpasar (Bali).

AirAsia Frequently Asked Questions

How do I make an AirAsia online booking?

You can make an AirAsia booking on the airline’s website or through online travel agencies like Expedia, Wotif, Helloworld and I Want That Flight. It’s a good idea to compare a few different sites before making your booking as some may offer slightly lower fares.

How can I manage an AirAsia booking?

No matter where you made your booking, changes will need to be made on AirAsia’s website.You’ll need to click on the “Big Shot login” icon at the top right corner. Once you’re logged in you’ll have the option to manage your booking.

What are AirAsia X and AirAsia Zest?

AirAsia X and AirAsia Zest are part of the AirAsia family, and depending on the route you book, your flight may be operated by one of those subsidiary airlines. Most flights to and from Australia will be operated by AirAsia X, while flights to and from the Philippines will be operated by AirAsia Zest.

How does AirAsia check-in work?

You can check into your AirAsia flight online as early as 14 days prior to departure, and no later than one hour prior for an AirAsia flight and four hours prior for an AirAsia X flight. You can do this by going to the homepage and clicking on “Web Check-In” at the top of the screen. Enter your departure city, booking number and family name/surname and click “Go” to access your booking to check-in.

How can I check an AirAsia flight status?

You can check AirAsia flight statuses by visiting the AirAsia site’s status page. Alternatively, you can check local airport websites to see if they offer live statuses of arriving and departing flights.

How can I get in contact with AirAsia, and does it have a live chat option?

Visit AirAsia’s customer service page. Here, you’ll be able to fill out an e-form or use the live chat system.AirAsia can also be reached in Australia by phone at (02) 8188-2133.

What forms of payment does AirAsia accept?

  • PayPal
  • Internet banking (direct debit by Poli)
  • Visa
  • MasterCard
  • American Express
  • AirAsia expay
  • BIG Prepaid
  • E-gift voucher

What is the AirAsia cancellation policy?

AirAsia does not issue refunds for flights. If you’re wishing to cancel due to illness or medical reasons, AirAsia will give you a credit for your flight that can be used within three months if a doctor’s note is provided stating you are unable to fly.

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