Airlines in Asia – Air Asia

Air Asia, the Malaysian low-cost airline, could not be more different from Druk Air. Together with its six subsidiaries it flies to 78 destinations in 25 countries, reaching as far as Australia, Saudi Arabia, Japan and China, the largest low cost carrier in the region. Its main hub is the Low-Cost Carrier Terminal near Kuala Lumpur, a separate airport 12 miles from KL’s main airport, Kuala Lumpur International Airport. Air Asia flies only Airbus planes, and the fleet currently numbers 120 planes with 355 on order. As with the European low-cost airlines, a major part of their income is from sales of extra services, including on-board meals. I have flown with them several times with no complaints. In 2012 Air Asia was named the World’s Best Low-Cost Airline.
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