AirAsia Ticket

Posted by Planet Malaysia on June 10, 2006


Recently I am very very happy because of getting 2 trips of 3 x return air tickets for my familys member and cost RM1.99 each :)

I am just wonder how can AirAsia make money/profit with cheap air ticket. Anyway, they already proof they can make it. I hope AirAsia can continue make such offers or promotions and they can continue make profit too. I think this is so called “Win Win Situation“.

The tickets I bought is not normal day but they are 31 Aug(Merdeka Days) and 23 Oct 2006(Hari Raya). I think I’m lucky :)

Last year I bought 2 return air ticket for KL-KK for RM20 each(without tax) but because of certain reason I can’t make it. After check with their customer services support, I found that ticker cannot transfer but I can delay within 3 months period of times. The price of the ticket will also change according to date and time as you choose.

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9 Responses to “AirAsia Ticket”

  1. Alex on June 10th, 2006 6:45 pm

    i’m not sure myself, but i think their free tickets is a profit maximisation strategy. Like they fill up all the seats per flight, etc. That’s just wat i thought of when i was thinking.. how come Air Asia can do better than MAS?
    And then i look again at the flight from KL-Melbourne. MAS flies to Melb so many times a week, but it’s very rare that the flights are 100% full.. Except on holidays maybe

  2. missharveey on June 10th, 2006 9:04 pm

    AA is a low-cost carrier, so you can count on how many things they cutting it off. That’s how they make their profit.

  3. Mrs Chiew on September 18th, 2008 1:23 pm

    Dear Mr Tony Fernandez
    My family and I wants to visit to Melbourne but could not make it due to the expensive flight tickets.
    Last week, we have applied with AirAsia tickets to and fro -Melbourne but sadly, the process of booking stopped half way and we did not get any reply since then.
    I have booked 5 tickets for economic from 23/1/09(Flight No. D7 2722) and 30//1/09(Flight No. D7 2771) to Melbourne on 22/8/08.
    We have sent our details to ‘AirAsia ‘; ‘’ but getting no reply from them.
    Attached here with the booking summary for your reference.
    Sir, my family and I would be most grateful, if you would approve our application and makes our dream come true!
    Thanks and regards

    Mrs Chiew
    tel : 012 2255238/019 2220 899

    Subject: booking record-23/1/09(Flight D7 2722) and 30/1/09(Flight D7 2723)

  4. Ahmad Kamil b. Mahmood Sabry on November 12th, 2008 11:24 am

    I’m still waiting for my booked ticket because I’ve to submit including my permission form to my department. My booking ticket number is F7YYAF flight from KL to Makkasar, Indonesia.
    My friend has used his Mastercard to booking my ticket. I will go there in group, 9 persons.

  5. annie on December 3rd, 2008 7:18 pm

    I would like to find out if cancellation is allowed for ticket purchased? Will there be any refund? Secondly, the validity of tickets if you plan to change the dates and times is 3 months. Is it from the booking day or the travelling date.

    annie ho

  6. Dr. M. Abdullah Ansary on June 5th, 2009 9:22 pm

    I booked online airasia ticket of special discount offer for the round trip journey from DAC-KL and back on 21/06/2009 and back on 27/06/2009. But on that day, I did not have credit card so I could not pay. Now I have credit card and I like to avail that flight opportunity. Please take action and reply very soon.

  7. SATWANT on October 24th, 2009 3:43 pm

    i booked my sons ticket booking no. ZPHHEM on 24 oct 2009. can i get a copy of the ticket for my keping.

  8. HUAH CHIAN KOH on November 4th, 2009 10:36 pm

    i booked my ticket depart from tiruchirappalli, india to k.l.on 07 march 2010, flight ak 238, may i know whether it is possible if i want to change to depart from kochii, india to k.l. at the same date?

  9. gamal taufik muhammad nur on August 24th, 2010 8:35 pm

    pesan ticket Air asia untuk tgl 25 auguost 2010 y

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