Published on October 14th, 2015 | by The Flights Watcher Guy1
Airlines such as the one in these AirAsia reviews are headed in the right direction. Even with minor lapses, they manage to outshine and outperform the rest with their great services. AirAsia, despite its youth has been gathering positive recognition. Let’s see if they are worth their salt.
Its Origins and Ownership
AirAsia is one of Malaysia’s low-cost airlines. It was founded on December 20, 1993 and started operating on November 16, 1996. It headquarters are in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia.
The airline has a fleet size of 188 aircraft flying to 68 international destinations in 22 countries. Since July 1, 2012, Malaysian Aireen Omar has been AirAsia’s CEO. She had been with the company since 2006 when she was its Director of Corporate Finance.
Omar has a degree in Economics from the London School of Economics and Political Science and a Master’s in Economics from New York University.
CEO of AirAsia Aireen Omar
In 2015, AirAsia was named World’s Best Low-Cost Airline for the seventh year in a row.
Reviews from Customers
As seen from these AirAsia reviews, their food is highly regarded and is kind on the budget. No issues with takeoff and landing times but a lack of entertainment, their services are highly exemplary. Most especially, their cabin crew who were friendly. They were also extremely punctual in their tasks.
Since it’s a low-cost airline, fliers enjoy a better check-in queue than most. Even their more negative AirAsia reviews usually talk about more mundane travel problems that are few and far between.
Based on these AirAsia reviews, their official website looks bright enough with lots of red. You’ll see comprehensive information on ranging on a wide variety of topics. They pride themselves on being an expansive network with low fares as seen on their site.
You can also Manage your Booking online, making everything convenient. What makes it even better is the group of icons around the lower portion which are links to important AirAsia articles and news.
Some of their meals are Asian Fried Rice with Chicken Satay + Teh Tarik, Tomato Rice with Ayam Percik, Chicken Satay and vegetable Biryani. Their food looks absolutely delicious and combines international, local and special meal flavours.
If you’re flying for business purposes, you’ll benefit from their Flying For Business program. Benefits include two-time flight change, free 20KG check-in baggage, Xpress Boarding and more.
For more information, offers and updates about AirAsia, kindly take a look at their Twitter account here. Using social media, you can let the airline know what you think. With the introduction of their mobile app, you can now access AirAsia on Android and iOS. and do the same functions you’d see on their website.
For further details about AirAsia, kindly refer to the following contact information.
- Website URL: www.airasia.com
- Contact number; +60 3 8660 4333
- Fax Number: +60 3 8775 1100
- Head Office Address: LCCT Terminal KLIA, Jalan KLIA S3, Southern Support Zone, Kuala Lumpur International Airport, 64000 Sepang, Selangor, Malaysia
Most AirAsia reviews compliment the fine dining and at the same time indicate some of the airline’s weakness. The airline should open its eyes to the fact that their rivals prioritise entertainment. Since most people mention it, it’s a credible observation and suggestion. What do you think could AirAsia do to improve some of their services? Tell us here.