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1. Posted by mac1234 (Full Member 110 posts) 8y

Hi, iv heard that air asia do multi flight deals but i cant seem to find any info on the web site! does anyone have any experience of this or know of any other budget airlines that might do it? i have 3 flights i want to take and id say it would be cheaper to book them this way.
any advice??

2. Posted by Hien (Moderator 3906 posts) 8y

I don't know where or whom you heard it from, but AirAsia don't have such a deal. Like any other budget airlines, all tickets you purchase are from point to point and sold at the quoted price at that time.

If your multi-flights are connecting flights with them again after the first one to go to your final destination, you have to purchase the second leg separately at whatever price that's quoted at that time. And they will not wait for you like normal full-fare airlines would if there's a slight delay on the first flight. Say, if you need to take two flights with them to reach your destination (e.g. Bangkok - Kuala Lumpur - Bali), allow yourself at least 4 hours or more between flights in KL to be on the safe side (for baggage claim, immigration and customs check, then check-in to the flight and baggage, immigration and customs check again -- there's no Transfer/Transit counter for budget flights), or you might risk missing the KL - Bali flight if there's a delay in Bangkok. Remember, afternoon and evening flights are more prone to delays due to the chain effects like accumulation of slight delays in earlier flghts operated by the same plane.

3. Posted by Daawgon (Travel Guru 1993 posts) 8y

Bangkok Air sells flight coupons at some sort of discount - you might check that. Tiger Air out of Singapore is another LCC. Jetstar from Australia flies in SEA too and is about to take over Pacific Air of Vietnam. Nok Air is another LCC in Thailand/Vietnam.

4. Posted by mac1234 (Full Member 110 posts) 8y

Quoting Hien

I don't know where or whom you heard it from, but AirAsia don't have such a deal. Like any other budget airlines, all tickets you purchase are from point to point and sold at the quoted price at that time.

i heard it on another forum, no worries that explains why it wasnt on the site anyway! il probably just book individual flights so, they seem to be quite cheap anyway.

5. Posted by bounne (Budding Member 3 posts) 8y

the official website of "Airasia": http://www.airasia.com

6. Posted by Daawgon (Travel Guru 1993 posts) 8y

Jan-Apr '09 travel - free flights (reserve by May 16th):

http://www.airasia.com/nl/nl080514-us.htm

[ Edit: Edited on May 14, 2008, at 11:25 AM by Daawgon ]