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Document What happens to my baggage if I have an onward flight with AirAsia?

AirAsia operates on a point-to-point basis, or a per sector basis.

This means onward flights are considered as separate journeys, or separate sectors. Therefore, you need to claim your baggage from your first sector flight and re-check them in for the subsequent flight. You will have to go through immigration check (if arriving from an international sector) and must check in again at the check-in counter to obtain your boarding pass. In this context, AirAsia will not be held responsible for the consequence of any delays experienced while flying AirAsia.

If you have purchased a "Fly-thru" flight then kindly ensure that your baggage is checked in all the way through to the final destination during checkin for the 1st leg of your flight and you should proceed to the transfer counter upon arrival at the transit station. Example Bali-Kuala Lumpur-Gatwick, Bali will be the 1st leg, Kuala Lumpur will be the transitting station and Gatwick will be the final destination. This only applies if you have purchased a "Fly-thru" otherwise what was stated in paragraph above applies.


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