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Air Asia fares from £4.00 including taxes (within Asia)

£4.00 @ Air Asia
Obviously not applicable to everyone, however ideal for people spending their holidays in the Far East over the summer and / or backpackers. Air Asia has flights within Asia on sale as part of its …
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Obviously not applicable to everyone, however ideal for people spending their holidays in the Far East over the summer and / or backpackers.

Air Asia has flights within Asia on sale as part of its Asian Shopping Spree promotion, with seats available from Kuala Lumpur to Indonesia, Malaysia, Singapore and Thailand from £4, return, including taxes.

The fares are available for travel on selected dates 22 June-30 September. Book by 31 January.

Here are some of the destinations and prices on offer (return):

Langkawi, Malaysia... £4 (MYR18)
Medan, Indonesia... £14 (MYR73)
Singapore... £20 (MYR103)
Bangkok... £53 (MYR268)
Hong Kong... £76 (MYR383)
We found best availability for the Langkawi and Medan fares in August, and for the Hong Kong fare in September. The Bangkok and Singapore fares have good availability throughout the booking period.

Look for the fares marked 'Economy Promo'.

(taken from Travelzoo website)
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#1
Terrible airline, but cheap.
#2
nvm ignore my ignorance
#3
I was recently looking for Langkawi flights in March and discovered Malaysia Airlines were actually cheaper, especially as I'm taking a 5 month old (it was his fees which made the difference).

Also if you're flying to KL on a non-budget airline and are changing to Air Asia watch your timings as the LCC terminal takes some time to get to from the main building.
suspended#4
Trickyjabs
Terrible airline, but cheap.


They are fine if you are travelling 2 hours or under. But any more and its crap as they are like the Ryanair of Asia.
#5
DarkKnight
They are fine if you are travelling 2 hours or under. But any more and its crap as they are like the Ryanair of Asia.


So what is the difference between a 2 hr flight and a 3 hr flight.
suspended#6
scoff
So what is the difference between a 2 hr flight and a 3 hr flight.


Well after around 2 hours, you will start to get hungry (Food prices are expensive on flights)
And you will start to get bored (No IFE)

A lot of times it's the same price or a little bit more money to fly with MAS, which is always worth it if the price difference is not much as they a 5 star airline and you get free food etc.
#7
DarkKnight
Well after around 2 hours, you will start to get hungry (Food prices are expensive on flights)
And you will start to get bored (No IFE)

A lot of times it's the same price or a little bit more money to fly with MAS, which is always worth it if the price difference is not much as they a 5 star airline and you get free food etc.


You may get hungry but if you have only paid £4 for your flight then you can afford some food/snacks, and as for getting bored, buy a paper/book/magazine, what ever you want. I have never booked a flight because of the in flight entertainment. I book flights for transport, just the same as a train or coach. The objective is to get you from A - B for as little money as possible.
As for saying fly with someone else at a little extra expense becasue you get free food is just ludicrous (you are paying for it), in flight meals are crap and more a hindrance than enjoyable.

That is my opinion anyway. :-D
#8
scoff
You may get hungry but if you have only paid £4 for your flight then you can afford some food/snacks, and as for getting bored, buy a paper/book/magazine, what ever you want. I have never booked a flight because of the in flight entertainment. I book flights for transport, just the same as a train or coach. The objective is to get you from A - B for as little money as possible.
As for saying fly with someone else at a little extra expense becasue you get free food is just ludicrous (you are paying for it), in flight meals are crap and more a hindrance than enjoyable.

That is my opinion anyway. :-D


agree with u..... buy some sandwiches b4 u board the plane :)
#9
btw its cold, london only goes to Kuala Lumpur!
#10
Trickyjabs
Terrible airline, but cheap.


Travelled with them many times, love them!
#11
Trickyjabs
Terrible airline, but cheap.


Flew twice with Air Asia to KL last year and had no problems at all. Will definitely fly with them again.
#12
scoff
So what is the difference between a 2 hr flight and a 3 hr flight.


1 hour:whistling:
#13
DarkKnight;7601756
Well after around 2 hours, you will start to get hungry (Food prices are expensive on flights)
And you will start to get bored (No IFE).


What we need is someone to invent a portable music and video player...
banned#14
i travelled with them from stanstead to KL , and even though it was a long flight (13 hr) , their service was good , the toilets clean , the food - yes you do have to buy but its fairly cheap ( 2-4 quid) and you can bring your own stuff - we got the flights as we got return for 150 each which was a bargin last year - its worth it if on a budget -
plus we have our own archos media player which we used to see films etc , but you can also rent one for £5 on board packed filled of music / films etc .
They also have upgraded seats which you can lie supine for £100 more - so it was still a good deal
#15
DarkKnight
Well after around 2 hours, you will start to get hungry (Food prices are expensive on flights)


Wouldn't say they're like Ryanair - they could easily charge a lot more for the food. It may be expensive by local standards but it's not anything like as bad as the budget airlines in Europe.

Having said that, I've never done the Stanstead to KL flight, they may well bump the prices up on that.
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sburley
What we need is someone to invent a portable music and video player...


Good if you can eat this new invention.
As Air Asia don't allow outside food and drinks on flights. (Although if you are careful then you can bring your own)
banned#17
they didnt check us - and lots of people bought food just before boarding and boarded with it - had no issues
#18
DarkKnight;7604675
Good if you can eat this new invention.
As Air Asia don't allow outside food and drinks on flights. (Although if you are careful then you can bring your own)


You sure when you were strip searched it was actually food they were looking for?
#19
went to KL from London last year, no problems taking food on board, plus food was pretty cheap.

Good service I thought.

Any ideas on when the sale for this route usually starts?
#20
DarkKnight
They are fine if you are travelling 2 hours or under. But any more and its crap as they are like the Ryanair of Asia.


Once took a flight of under 2 hours with them (Bangkok to Singapore), the flight was ok, but the 3.5 hour delay with NO reason give/customer infomation was not!

To compare them to Ryanair is an insult to Ryanair, they are more like the Megabus of the skies! :-D
#21
mikeswrx02
btw its cold, london only goes to Kuala Lumpur!


So you can find another airline that takes you directly to Langkawi or Penang from London?
#22
DarkKnight
Well after around 2 hours, you will start to get hungry (Food prices are expensive on flights)
And you will start to get bored (No IFE) .


Thats not entirely true, IFE is available, for £5 (for 14hr flight thats ok). Food/snacks aren't expensive either. If you dont want the in-flight meal, you can opt-out, and buy snacks, i.e noodles for 3RM (5.5RM to a quid roughly) 5RM for a Sandwich. What you save on the flight this is more than worth it.

This year, starting Feb, all seats are getting upgraded, premium economy will have lie flat seats. The old seats weren't bad either, you could recline the seats and sleep no problems. Though my flight from KL to Gold coast the seats would not recline! Though, it was a nice shiney new plane with new clean leather seats and the flight was dead so had 3 to my self.

I flew from London to KL and KL to Goldcoast return this year. Whilst I will say this is a budget airline, I would fly again, esp given I paid £450 return to oz over christmas period for a month. I would fly again based on the price, and i do often fly with premium airlines and pay far more.
#23
I used them for a couple of internal flights in Thailand recently and thought they were fine... good deal.
#24
just a thought why does it say book by 31 jan? we are in feb so expired?
#25
old deal but good prices for the Gold Coast flights as mentioned above. May check this out when they release their Xmas schedule
#26
sburley
What we need is someone to invent a portable music and video player...


Wow, I'd definitely buy one!

I've got an idea: how about lots of pieces pieces of paper, with words printed on them in ink?

I've flown with Air Asia on at least 8 different occasions, on long haul flights you can opt (in advance) for 2 meals for £3 and they're not too bad for airline food.

And within Asia on short hauls the food is actually fairly reasonable £1 for a hot dog, 60p for a can of drink etc.

When you take into account you can now fly from Phuket to Ho Chi Minh for £20, something that would have cost at least £90, 2 flights and about 7 hours including changes. You can use the £70 to buy £20 Big Macs to take on the fights and still save £50.
#27
DarkKnight
Good if you can eat this new invention.
As Air Asia don't allow outside food and drinks on flights. (Although if you are careful then you can bring your own)


Personally I've flown from Lon to KL, KL to Ho Chi Minh, Hanoi to Bangkok, Bangkok to Phuket, Phuket to KL and numerous other times and always taken on food without being sneaky, this was in mid-2009 though, so it may have changed since then I don't know.
#28
machofairy
So you can find another airline that takes you directly to Langkawi or Penang from London?


Or London to Ho Chi Minh, London to Hanoi, London to Phuket, London to Yangon, London to Vientine, London to Lubran Prang etc etc etc.
#29
used them last month for singapore - bangkok, there bang on.

Clean / comfortable for a couple of hours.

Other cheap ones in the region are nok air / jetstar asia
#30
Is this only flights from the UK or can I do Flights from Singapore to Bali and Bali to Aus? I'm traveling in May and need cheap flights so this is a great deal if I can get it
#31
cough********* ryanair craps!
#32
They've got a 20% off sale right now and a return ticket from STD to KL 23.03 - 30.03 costs 545 quid with no luggage, food or entertainment included in economy class. Is this cheap? It doesn't sound cheap to me.

Ryanair, as hideous and unaccommodating that they are, are at least eye-bulgingly cheap. Not that they are in competition, just that someone drew a parallel.
suspended#33
jyonda
They've got a 20% off sale right now and a return ticket from STD to KL 23.03 - 30.03 costs 545 quid with no luggage, food or entertainment included in economy class. Is this cheap? It doesn't sound cheap to me.

Ryanair, as hideous and unaccommodating that they are, are at least eye-bulgingly cheap. Not that they are in competition, just that someone drew a parallel.


Yeah that's a ridiculously high price.
They used to have some good deals for STD-KL, but even then i would choose to spend the extra money to fly with a better airline, the difference is just worth it.
#34
Agreed. £545 plus all their extras is way overpriced.
However, if you look at September and October there are plenty of dates available where you can get KUL-STN return for £238 including taxes. When you then add meals, baggage (15Kg) and their new compulsory "Convenience Charge" (UGH!!) you end up with a total of b :-D £272.60 return :-D. Really not that bad. I've flown with them quite a lot on various routes and can honestly say I've not had any major problems.
suspended#35
monster144
if you look at September and October there are plenty of dates available where you can get KUL-STN return for £238 including taxes


Are you talking about KUL-STN-KUL? Or STN-KUL-STN?

That's a good price.
#36
"Are you talking about KUL-STN-KUL? Or STN-KUL-STN?"

STN-KUL-STN

Booked yesterday and total was £272.60.
suspended#37
monster144
"Are you talking about KUL-STN-KUL? Or STN-KUL-STN?"

STN-KUL-STN

Booked yesterday and total was £272.60.


That's a great price. :)
#38
Usual idiots voting this as a poor deal!
Just got back from Kl having used AIRASIA and the flight was fine,
plenty of legroom and not expensive for food.
Also used AIRASIA to fly from KL to Bali, these flights are very similar to
Ryanair but for £30 return I ain't complaining.Food is cheap on these
short flights costing approx £1.
In my opinion £1 is inexpensive for food.
Don't listen to the idiots who knock this deal.
#39
Surely the clues in the name - hotUKdeals

Dirt cheap flights from Kuala Lumpa to Langkawi, very useful I'm sure!

If anyones interested I'm conducting free luxury space tours this week. Just pitch up at Jupiter around lunch time for your free 5 star treat.
1 Like #40
I think it may be cheaper to book your return separatley.

Taking 2 Nov as an example...
If you book the return leg Kuala Lumpur to London as part of a return journey
the return leg is £184 + £5 taxes =£189

If you book one-way Kuala Lumpur to London
the price is 674MYR + 25MYR = 699MYR = £144

saving £45!

(exchange rate using http://travelmoney.moneysavingexpert.com/

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