Agree on the lateness and planes. I believe when they started they bought 2nd hand unlike most LCCs.mileagemax said:[FONT="]Had to look up that word!
Anyway, I think Air Asia is really low cost when compared to Jetstar or VirginBlue.
Just to provide an update, I did fly FD (Thai Air Asia) BKK-HKT-BKK as planned, and, believe it or not, both flights were on time.stryker said:I recently booked BKK-HKT-BKK for later this month on Air Asia, and the total cost came to 1710 THB (approx $67) including "taxes". And I do expect to get to my destinations on the days specified in the booking (but I'm not necessarily expecting every flight to be on-time).
Shouldn't be long till fares are released..."The plane will alternate between China and Australia. We plan to have at least five flights to China a week and four a week to Australia's Gold Coast," he said.
The airline is now waiting for Malaysian regulators to certify the plane after landing rights to China and Australia were approved.
Ms Toowongman reports construction at AVV (to the left of the departure lounge once you're through the xray)... most likely for the international requirements.aubs said:Do Newcastle and Avalon have Customs/ Immigration facilities??
Actually thinking Newcastle might because Freedom used to fly there, but that will seemingly end soon