AirAsia is stepping up all precautionary measures on the ground and in the air to ensure the safety and wellbeing of our guests and staff.
All guests are required to wear their own face masks in order to be permitted to travel.
BEFORE YOU TRAVEL, MAKE SURE:
Packaged snacks such as chips, nuts and chocolate, and canned or bottled beverages will be available as usual.
Conducted at different checkpoints, including boarding gate.
Observed with floor markers at queuing areas including check-in counters & kiosks.
Available throughout all journey processing points for guests and staff.
Use web or mobile check-in to reduce surface and physical contact.
*Counter check-in fee may apply at selected airports.
Before each flight crew are updated on the latest safety information and guidelines and go through temperature screening.
Effective 7 July 2020, guests are allowed two (2) pieces of cabin baggage not exceeding a total of 7kg in weight.
*Please visit support.airasia.com for more information
** Please share this baggage notice with travelling guests
All guests are required to wear masks before boarding, during flight, and at baggage claim.
Crew Hygiene Standards
All crew will be practicing proper hygiene standards including hand sanitisation and wearing masks and gloves.
Onboard meals are made in accordance with food safety standards. Food and beverage service will be handled using gloves.
Crew are well trained to assist with any medical situation inflight including identification and isolation of anyone onboard who may feel unwell.
Every night stop, our aircraft undergoes a 2-hour disinfection process using cleaning agents approved by the Public Health Authority and the aircraft manufacturer.
Before each flight the aircraft is sprayed with an aerosol disinfectant.
HEPA Air Filters
All our aircraft are equipped with HEPA filters, normally used in hospitals, which filter out particles and airborne contaminants such as viruses and bacteria.