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Below are the brief handcarry guideline being displayed at KLIA by Malaysia Airports: (Click to enlarge the image above) DISCLAIMER: ALWAYS CHECK WITH THE AIRLINE WHEN BOOKING YOUR TICKET AS IT MAY VARY ACCORDING TO AIRLINES. Overall, the following items are allowed ….but it does not mean that you can bring all of the below [...]

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I must admit that sometimes I could be a little cheapskate when it comes to travelling- whereby I try to save as much as I can. So I would be packing some drinks, food and fruits to go with my handcarry so that I need not spend money buying food from the airport. From the [...]

If you are planning to have a trip or your hometown is in overseas, Sabah or Sarawak but you work in Peninsular or vice versa, it pays to book your ticket during offers. This is especially so if you tend to travel frequently or there are many friends/family going with you. How to be on [...]

You have bought your Air Asia ticket sometime ago. Somehow at the point of purchasing the tickets you did not think that you would require any luggage. Or you overlook to click the luggage option. Anyhow, you need to buy luggage now. The problem is, you did not purchase the Air Asia ticket by logging [...]

Below is the information obtained from the MAS (Malaysian Airline) check-in counter in KLIA. Information is correct at the point of posting. Handcarry baggage allowance: –Business or first class:  2 cabin baggage that does not exceed 7kg each –Economy class: 1 cabin baggage that does not exceed 7kg AND -1 laptop, OR 1 briefcase, OR [...]

It must have been years since I’ve last visited KLIA- in fact I’ve never been there after the LCCT (Low Cost terminal) (update: now Air Asia’s operations have been moved to KLIA2) airport was built to cater just for Air Asia flights. Easily about 5 or 6 years. When I wanted to book my ticket [...]

I am planning for another trip to Bangkok by flying from Kuala Lumpur. By default, most of us would book our travel tickets from Air Asia as we would automatically assume Air Asia has the cheapest airfare. When I try to book for some tickets in a few months’ time, I found the air ticket [...]

Please be advised that effective 1 October 2012, Air Asia flights to Bangkok will arrive at Don Mueang International Airport (ท่าอากาศยานดอนเมือง) instead of Suvarnabhumi International airport. This is as per announcement posted in Air Asia’s website in June 2012: AirAsia Ready to Transfer Flight Operations to Don Mueang Airport from October 1st, 2012 Bangkok, 25 June 2012 [...]