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London Stanstead - Kuala Lumpur £99 each way with Air Asia £198.00

£198.00 @ Air Asia
-------------------------------- Air Asia X have finally announced their 5 times a week flight from Stansted to Kuala Lumpur, and they are now bookable. Flights start from 11 March 2009. http://… Read More
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8y, 7m agoFound 8 years, 7 months ago
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Air Asia X have finally announced their 5 times a week flight from Stansted to Kuala Lumpur, and they are now bookable. Flights start from 11 March 2009.

http://www.airasia.com/site/my/en/pa...nce=london2008

Things to note (for your 13 hour flight!).

- NO checked baggage included - pay between £4 (15kg) - £20 (25 kg) per way

- NO meals included - £7 each way

- NO drinks included

- NO pre-assigned seating





Booking Period : Now - 30 Nov 2008
Travel Period : 11 Mar - 24 Oct 2009
Travel Notes : - advance booking required
- All dates
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#1
Why the cold votes? Try getting to KL this cheap any other way.
#2
sucky thing is that i couldnt see where the baggage and meals werent included. def 99gbp tickets available tho
#3
That's an amazing promo price to Malaysia so hot from me:thumbsup:
#4
I was baffled myself by the cold votes.

I guess some people do not know who the airline are and so just vote cold for no other reason.
Ive done alot of reading on there service and they have just bought in a brand new fleet of Airbus A330, and have no problems with safety records. If you looked at booking with anyone else you can double that price and then add on some more. I guess it depends how much value you put on some plane food and drinks.
#5
fox81
sucky thing is that i couldnt see where the baggage and meals werent included. def 99gbp tickets available tho



At the end it gives you the options of adding on what baggage you need and food. :thumbsup:
#6
This is awesome thank you thank you thank you!

I'm a Malaysian studying here and you just made trips back home much cheaper!
#7
:thumbsup:Blinding deal. Even got flights available in the Easter holidays.

£800 for 4 flights, buy all clothes while there and only pay for baggage on the way back.
#8
Why has this been expired?????????????????????

Please unexpire Mods
#9
lisaloo;3563381
Why has this been expired?????????????????????

Please unexpire Mods


Done. Expiring threads for no reason will lead to infraction / suspension.
#10
Thanks edi. :thumbsup:
#11
jeez. i am just home from malaysia and it was 750 return (although we returned from Bangkok)
#12
ps. the air hostesses on air asia flights are out of this world
#13
awesome deal..
#14
Careful about protection if the airline goes bust! Who knows what might happen in like a few months time....

But agreed, its a cracking price to fly to Malaysia, as it will normally cost upwards of £400. £198 return is amazing, even if you have to add extra for lugggage and food.

Also, you can connect on to several Australian destinations using Air Asia, hence getting a cheap trip to Aussieland. Otherwise there's loads of flights from KL international airport to destinations around area. Air Asia fly to loads of South East Asian cities for peanuts too.
1 Like #15
Pay By CREDIT CARD...you'll be protected if the airline goes tits up
#16
HOT! Typical return flights cost like £700. Have been waiting for AirAsia to fly to the UK for several years now since I started studying here in the UK.
#17
Did you hear Joe Swash on IACGMOOH insist he had 3 stops en route to Australia, 'Kuala, Lumpur and Sydney'.
#18
[COLOR="Red"][SIZE="3"][FONT="Georgia"] PLEASE just be careful and that you pay with a CREDIT CARD[/FONT][/SIZE][/COLOR]
i have seen too many of these cheap flights go in to liquidation and then had the problems of trying to arrange alternate flighta at 10x the original cost
#19
tasape
[COLOR="Red"][SIZE="3"][FONT="Georgia"] PLEASE just be careful and that you pay with a CREDIT CARD[/FONT][/SIZE][/COLOR]
i have seen too many of these cheap flights go in to liquidation and then had the problems of trying to arrange alternate flighta at 10x the original cost


Air Asia are huge in malaysia and the rest of asia (Air Asia X is a subsidary of Air Asia, I believe). They offer ridiculously cheap internal flights around malaysia, most of which cost around £10-£20 depending on how far you want to fly. They are very good (at least when I went on them) and have a remarkable turnaround time - planes literally take off half an hour after the previous landing!

We took around 6 internal flights on our 20 day holiday to malaysia, all of which were with air asia. They are very flexible in changing flight ticket times - this can be done online (instantly) for free (depends on how late you leave it - its free several days in advance from memory) - this is unheard of in this country!

Everything was in the form of e-tickets - all you needed were the unique ticket numbers. Highly recommended - makes me tempted to go back to malaysia/ south east asia for a holidayas malaysia is an amazingly beautiful country!
#20
just read the news earlier and hot! I just booked my ticket to Malaysia from Belfast through Amsterdam for £459 flying with KLM. This could have saved me loads!
#21
Wow !??! Stunning Value !!!!!!

;-)
#22
:xNot offering any connecting flight to Sabah
#23
tasape
[COLOR="Red"][SIZE="3"][FONT="Georgia"] PLEASE just be careful and that you pay with a CREDIT CARD[/FONT][/SIZE][/COLOR]
i have seen too many of these cheap flights go in to liquidation and then had the problems of trying to arrange alternate flighta at 10x the original cost


The reason it's so cheap is because it is a promo offer,they have just started flying from UK and are a established company no doubt the price will go up after the promo.
#24
yep, this is very hot - had Google alerts for 'air asia x and manchester' for about a year now - they did have plans to do it from Manchester.
#25
tasape
[COLOR="Red"][SIZE="3"][FONT="Georgia"] PLEASE just be careful and that you pay with a CREDIT CARD[/FONT][/SIZE][/COLOR]
i have seen too many of these cheap flights go in to liquidation and then had the problems of trying to arrange alternate flighta at 10x the original cost


I've flown with these guys on numerous occasions - both short and medium haul and I was very impressed. I read a few years ago that they were the fastest growing airline in the world, and I really doubt they'll go into liquidation.

Anyway, great deal in my eyes. Especially as KL is now the BIGGEST hub to the rest of SE Asia, and in fact Australia, China, India etc.
#26
Im booking tonight. do they have Tvs? and you can pay extra for a exit row. :thumbsup: h & r!
#27
Thanks, been waiting for this for over a year, it gets me a bit closer to my daughter in NZ
#28
wiltonson
:xNot offering any connecting flight to Sabah


book flights from kl to sabah with air asia probably cost cheap
#29
Jono258
Im booking tonight. do they have Tvs? and you can pay extra for a exit row. :thumbsup: h & r!


NO pre-assigned seating
#30
Air Asia X are the Ryanair of SE Asia. Been gonig for a few years now.
They have load of routes.
Flights are stupidly cheap.

They do KL to Australia flights too.
So UK - Australia could work out much cheaper if you do it this way.

Only Malaysia Airlines fly direct from the UK. Otherwise you'll have to go via somewhere.
Prices can be as little as £349 and it's full service. TV screens, ok legroom, good food/drink, good service. So check prices for your time of year.

Within asia for short hops they are great.
Bangkok to Phuket for example is £30 whereas Thai Airways charge £130.

Long haul. We'd have to see. But they are probably better than most US airlines who seem to be going budget and still charging full prices.
#31
qpan
Air Asia are huge in malaysia and the rest of asia (Air Asia X is a subsidary of Air Asia, I believe). They offer ridiculously cheap internal flights around malaysia, most of which cost around £10-£20 depending on how far you want to fly. They are very good (at least when I went on them) and have a remarkable turnaround time - planes literally take off half an hour after the previous landing!

We took around 6 internal flights on our 20 day holiday to malaysia, all of which were with air asia. They are very flexible in changing flight ticket times - this can be done online (instantly) for free (depends on how late you leave it - its free several days in advance from memory) - this is unheard of in this country!

Everything was in the form of e-tickets - all you needed were the unique ticket numbers. Highly recommended - makes me tempted to go back to malaysia/ south east asia for a holidayas malaysia is an amazingly beautiful country!


Yes and some of the worlds biggest financial institutions have gone bust:whistling: NOT voted
#32
Just to check before the final page you can choose a seat but pay extra, £20 for exit row. but op said : - NO pre-assigned seating. so if i pay the extra £20 will i get the seat or not? :thinking:
#33
where can you find out about the taxes and fees without putting names in?
Thanks
#34
£99 single is inc taxes
#35
Air Asia abolished them a few weeks ago. That is the price you pay.
#36
Excellent!! Thank you
#37
Forgot to mention the flight attendents are extremely attractive.
banned#38
Diekund
ps. the air hostesses on air asia flights are out of this world


Are they stratospheric?
#39
cityslicker
Forgot to mention the flight attendents are extremely attractive.


Can you get their number :D

Anywho will be going for this with a mate, had been wanting to go travelling this summer, this is a great chance, and you never know might beable to visit somewhere else, other than Kuala Lumpur, Singapore and Bangkok.

Australia and Bali are high on my lists :)

Thank you so much. Heat and rep added!
#40
Im going to oz in July for a year and this is how im going to get there, see Thailand and Malaysia on the way! Im only going to buy a single. will that cause any problems when i land?? visas..?

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