Airline company profile: AirAsia
AirAsia is an airline based in Malaysia and headquartered in Kuala Lumpur International Airport Sepang, Selangor, Malaysia. It's identified by the IATA code AK, ICAO AXM and callsign ASIAN EXPRESS. AirAsia operates about 509 flights covering 199 routes, of which 71 domestic routes and 128 international routes. Airports served by AirAsia are 65; of which 16 are domestic airports and 49 international airports. The airline operates in 16 countries, among which the best-served are the following: Malaysia, Indonesia, China, Thailand. The best-served national cities (Malaysia) are Kuala Lumpur, Kota-Kinabalu, Johor Bahru, Kuching, Penang. The best-served international cities are Singapore, Knokke - Het Zoute, Bandung, Guangzhou, Yogyakarta. The longest flight offered by the company is Sultan Ismail Intl (Johor Bahru) -> Knokke - Het Zoute (Knokke - Het Zoute) of 10602 km, while the shortest flight is Sultan Abdul Aziz Shah (Kuala Lumpur) -> Kuala Lumpur International Airport (Kuala ... of 46 km. Next you will find some tables showing the most significant data about the airline AirAsia, among which baggage information, weight and size of hand luggage, contact information and information about assistence service and the fleet, reviews about the airline company, check-in information, flight status, offers and promotions. In the table "Best-served airports by the airline company", click on the relative icons to discover outbound and inbound flights from the selected airport or use the search form to discover all flights offered by AirAsia. For more information about the airline, please refer to the official website or wiki page.
- Kuala Lumpur International Airport (Kuala L...
- Kota-Kinabalu International Airport (Kota-K...
- Sultan Ismail Intl (Johor Bahru)
- Kuching (Kuching)
- Penang International (Penang)
- Miri (Miri)
- Changi (Singapore)
- Sultan Ismail Petra (Kota Bharu)
- Langakawi Intl (Langkawi)
- Tawau (Tawau)
- Sibu (Sibu)
- Knokke - Het Zoute (Knokke - Het Zoute)
- Husein Sastranegara (Bandung)
- Adisutjipto (Yogyakarta)
- New Baiyun (Guangzhou)