From strict baggage limits to a lack of in-flight amenities, I'll probably think twice - or at least be better prepared - before booking another AirAsia flight.Read more…
Latest AirAsia reviews
What's it like flying with AirAsia?
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AirAsia is a Malaysian low-cost carrier and has been named the World's Best Low-Cost Airline by Skytrax for nine years in a row. It operates domestic and international flights to more than 165 destinations across 25 countries, including connections from major Australian cities like Sydney, Melbourne, Perth and Gold Coast.
But what is it actually like flying with the World's Best Low-Cost Airline?
We've gathered reviews on both domestic and international routes that you can read below.
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Latest AirAsia Economy Class Reviews
Long layovers and delays, but once onboard the service and food made up for all.Read more…
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