Low-cost carrier AirAsia, has implemented a new baggage policy effective today.
Dubbed Supersize, AirAsia pasengers can now choose from three tiers of baggage sizes when purchasing tickets online. For domestic flights, customers can cahoose from Supersize Regular for up to 15kg of baggage and pay a nominal sum of RM5, Supersize Medium for up to 20kg at RM43 or Supersize Large for up to 25kg at RM80.For international sectors, the charges are RM5, RM55 and RM105 for Supersize Regular, Supersize Medium and Supersize Large respectively, it said in a statement today.“With the implementation of Supersize, customers no longer have to pay the checked-in baggage handling fee of RM5 per piece of luggage.
“This means passengers who opt for Supersize Regular can check-in more than one piece of luggage but only pay RM5 as long as the total weight does not exceed 15kg,” its regional head of commercial, Kathleen Tan said.
She said a similar baggage policy had previously been implemented for AirAsia X flights with rate revisions for its Supersize implementation.
Tan also said from today, Supersize Regular for AirAsia X remained at the previous rate of RM20, while Supersize Medium and Supersize Large now cost RM55 and RM105 respectively.Meanwhile, the over-the-counter excess baggage fees remained at RM15 per kg for domestic flights and RM20 per kg for international sectors, she said.
“There is also no change to AirAsia X excess baggage charge of RM20 per kg on all its international sectors, except for London Stansted, where the charge is RM50 per kg,” Tan added. — BERNAMA
as a LOW COST carrier... air asia is no more low cost! considering all the hidden charges u have to pay!!!
well i guess... if you just want to travel light than its ok.. maybe for a holiday... but to serve the other purpose of travelling... airaisa is not the best choice after all.. plus all the hastle to go to the lcct terminal.. and it will be worst when you have to travel all the way to labu!!!