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Air Asia Flight Booking

Air Asia Berhad was founded and established with a single motive - to provide low-cost airfares and make flying possible for everyone. In a short period of time, Air Asia has become one of the largest low-cost airlines in Asia. Moreover, the company is consistently ranked among the leading airlines in the world and has broken various travel records across the globe. Air Asia flights are considered a reliable choice for low-cost air travel. Air Asia Berhad is headquartered in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia. With a focus on efficient processes, innovative solutions and passionate approach to business, Air Asia has established operations in over 20 countries. Air Asia’s association with some of the big names in the aviation industry has allowed the company to gain consumer trust. Some of these names include Air Asia X, Indonesia Air Asia, Thai Air Asia, Air Asia Japan and Philippines’ Air Asia.

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Air Asia Offers

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Air Asia Flight Schedule

Route

Airline

Duration

 

BLR JAI

(I5 1720)

2h 30m & Non Stop

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DEL BLR

(I5 2221)

2h 40m & Non Stop

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DEL VTZ

(I5 2551)

2h 5m & Non Stop

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BLR VTZ

(I5 1450)

1h 25m & Non Stop

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BLR GOI

(I5 1324)

1h 15m & Non Stop

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GOI BLR

(I5 1325)

1h 10m & Non Stop

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JAI BLR

(I5 1721)

2h 35m & Non Stop

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BLR DEL

(I5 2222)

2h 50m & Non Stop

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BLR IXC

(I5 1824)

2h 55m & Non Stop

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GAU IMF

(I5 2771)

55m & Non Stop

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Air Asia Baggage Rules

Air Asia has some liberal policies regarding baggage allowance. Domestic baggage allowance is focused in different categories, such as 15kg/ 20kg/ 25kg/ 30kg/ 40kg. Checked baggage weight can be shared with passengers in the same booking number. Every item needs to weigh less than 32kg, and is subject to stringent health and safety requirements. Guests checking in baggage, which exceeds pre-booked allowance, are charged on a per kg basis as per the airline’s fee schedule. Alternatively, guests may purchase 15kg excess baggage for both domestic and international sectors. In fact, the airline also allows passengers to check in small musical items, such as cello, guitar, viola or violin, which exceed baggage dimensions but remain within 75kg category.

Airports served for Air Asia India

There are numerous domestic destinations connected by Air Asia India airlines, such as Bangalore, Chandigarh, Delhi, Goa, Guwahati, Jaipur, Kochi, Pune, Visakhapatnam and more.

Air Asia Flight Status

In keeping with their commitment to timeliness, Air Asia informs its travellers regarding any changes in flight timing via SMS to provide a seamless and pleasant experience to all their passengers. Travellers can also check the flight status of their Air Asia flights on MakeMyTrip. Travelers can check their Air Asia Airline flight schedule here. more
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With more people travelling by low-cost carriers, foreign airlines were keen on being a part of the Indian aviation sector. Keeping true to its motto ‘Now everyone can fly’, Air Asia decided to establish its operations in India in June 2014. A joint venture between Air Asia Berhad, Tata Sons and Telstra, it also marks Tata’s return to the aviation industry after six decades. Headquartered in Chennai, Air Asia has become the first foreign airline to set up a subsidiary in India. It started operations in the country with rock-bottom airfares at Re. 1 (base fare). The company’s first aircraft was an Airbus A320, and since then, Air Asia India has managed to expand its fleet to multiple aircrafts to meet the rapidly growing needs of domestic air traffic.