AirAsia adds more flights and will operate Airbus A330 aircraft for GE14

Posted:  April 19, 2018   By:    12 comments   

AirAsia more flights #GE14

The Malaysian 14th General Election is taking place on 9 May 2018 and many are expected to return home to cast their votes. As there’s an increase in demand, AirAsia will be adding more domestic flights and are deploying larger aircraft with more seating capacity.

According to AirAsia, they are adding 120 additional flights between 7 to 10 May. 20 of these flights will be utilising their Airbus A330 aircraft that has 377 seats. Below is the full list of additional flights.

Within Peninsular Malaysia

Peninsular Malaysia-Sabah

Peninsular Malaysia-Sarawak

In terms of fares, AirAsia is extending its special fixed fares to include 7th May 2018. If you haven’t booked your flights yet, you can now enjoy a fixed fare of RM99 for flights within Peninsular Malaysia or within East Malaysia, RM129 for flights between Peninsular Malaysia and Sarawak and RM199 for flights between Peninsular Malaysia and Sabah. The special fares are only applicable between 7 to 10 May 2018 for new bookings only and subject to availability.

You can book your flights on their website or via their mobile app that’s available on the AppStore and Google Play. Have you checked your voter details yet? Here are 3 ways to find out where to vote.


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12 Comments for AirAsia adds more flights and will operate Airbus A330 aircraft for GE14


thank you Tony for listening.


way to go Tony!!!


We need a change! Change!


When you are Malaysian, you have the heart to be Malaysian for the sake of country and the generations. Thanks to AirAsia Airlines.


I hope MAS do the same things


    They did. MH always deploys their A330 (sometimes A350) aircraft during peak seasons, including during the GE14


Thanks for helping us to safe Malaysia


What about these Malaysian who are working in Europe? Have you forgotten us TONY?? What are doing about this TONY!!!!


    So nice can work in Europe. Confirm can afford business class tix on better airlines. Can donate to pulang mengundi fund?


Very nice info. Good article so far.


It’s appropriate and appreciated that AirAsia’s intention of increasing of additional flights. However, it is wise for the management of AirAsia to consider to have new branded and more good conditioned planes rather than utilising old massive used planes (outdated planes) due to the fact that safety is the topmost concern.

    Plane Brilliant

    Have you checked the average age of Airasia fleet and compare with other airlines? Does Airasia buy used planes? Have you checked how many planes AirAsia have ordered and still waiting for delivery? Safety is important but please do your own research before making yourself look silly.