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Last Updated on 21 January 2024 16:34 (UTC +0)

Company Profile

AirAsia Malaysia (also known as AirAsia Berhad) is the biggest airline in Malaysia, and leading the market for low cost carrier not only in Malaysia but also ASEAN. It travels to 165 destinations in 25 countries, both local flights in Malaysia and international airports in Indonesia, Thailand, and India. In 2010, AirAsia Malaysia and affiliates such as AirAsia Thailand and AirAsia Indonesia reinforced their leadership in the low fare airline market by flying its 100 millionth guest and breaking the RM1 billion profit barrier. The airline operates with the lowest unit cost of US$0.023 per available seat kilometer (ASK) and a passenger breakeven load factor of 52%. The IATA code for the airline is AK, and the ICAO code is AXM. Although it operates from various airports in Kota Kinabalu, Penang, Johor Bahru, and Kuching, its main hub is the Kuala Lumpur International Airport – specifically KLIA 2. Its fleet is currently composed of a total of 89 airplanes, 68 of which are Airbus A320-200 and 21 Airbus A320neo. Established in 2001, AirAsia Berhad (AirAsia Malaysia) was listed on the Main Market of Bursa Malaysia Securities Berhad in November 2004. AirAsia Group Berhad (AAGB) has assumed the listing status of AirAsia Berhad as of 16 April 2018 following the completion of an internal reorganization.


At the time of its establishment in 1993 AirAsia was owned by the Malaysia-owned company, DRB-HICOM. However, it was eventually bought by the former Time Warner Executive, Tony Fernandes, in 2001 on the iconic price of 1 Euro. Ever since the change of owner, the airline has turnaround and recorded profit as early as 2002. In 2003, AirAsia Malaysia opened a second base at Senai Airport in Johor Baru near Singapore. It also started international flight route to Thailand. Flights to Macau started in June 2004, while Manila and Xiamen in Mainland China started in 2005. More international routes such as Vietnam and Cambodia followed. AirAsia also expanded to other countries such as Thailand with Thai AirAsia and AirAsia Indonesia in 2004. In 2011, AirAsia introduced two hubs, Chiang Mai for AirAsia Thailand and Medan for AirAsia Indonesia. Singapore functions as a virtual hub where AirAsia features among the top 10 airlines in terms of contribution to passenger traffic. AirAsia Philippines started in 2012 while AirAsia India started in 2013. The last one is AirAsia Japan in 2014. AirAsia also launched a sister company focused on long haul flights called AirAsia X in Malaysia, Thailand and Indonesia.

Flight Attendant

The flight attendants of AirAsia Malaysia wear a set uniform that incorporates the company’s bright red color. The female flight attendants wear white blouse paired with a set of short-sleeved blazer and knee-length skirt. As for the male flight attendants, they wear a uniform of black shirt and pants with a red lining around the collar.


AirAsia Malaysia currently has a fleet with the total of 89 aircrafts. There are 68 Airbus A320-200 that accommodate at a maximum 180 passengers, and 21 A320neo that can accommodate up to 186 passengers.
Type Quantity
Airbus A320-200 66
Airbus A320neo 29
Airbus A321neo 2
Airbus A300-300 1

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