Air Asia Dhaka Office Address in Bangladesh | A Budget Airline
Air Asia is popular as a low-cost budget airline. They have appointed a sales agent in Bangladesh. They operate daily flights from Dhaka.
Air Asia Dhaka
It is founded on 20 December 1993 and commenced operations on 16 November 1996. Two letter IATA code is AK. The main hub is Kuala Lumpur International Airport. The secondary hub is Kota Kinabalu International Airport. Headquarters is Sepang, Selangor, in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia. It operates domestic and international flights. It has 100 destinations in 22 countries. The official website is www.airasia.com.
The airline has a sales office in Brunei, Cambodia, China, India, Indonesia, Macau, Malaysia, Nepal, Philippines, Saudi Arabia, Singapore, Sri Lanka, Vietnam, and Thailand. Presently they do operate a flight from Dhaka airport in Bangladesh. It has started flights from Dhaka to Kuala Lumpur on July 11 after four years suspended.
Presently AirAsia and East-West Airlines have started the aviation business jointly. They operate domestic and international flights in Bangladesh. East-West Airlines is a sister concern of Orion Group. It has already got Provisional Air Transport Operating Licence from Bangladesh civil aviation authority.
Address of Agent:
TOTAL AIR SERVICE LTD
Erectors House (5TH Floor)
18, KEMAL ATATURK AVENUE,
BANANI, DHAKA, Bangladesh
Telephone Number: -9821447-8
Official Website: https://www.airasia.com
Flight from Dhaka is at 00:25 am and will arrive in Kuala Lumpur at 6:25 am. From KUL it will start at 21:55 pm local time and arrive in Dhaka at 23:45 pm. There are five outlets in Dhaka: Banani, Dhanmondi, Motijheel, Gulshan, and Uttara. The minimum price of the DAC-KUL-DAC is Tk 22,499, including all the taxes. The offer is only for online ticket booking.
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The airline charges extra money from the passenger for luggage or suitcases and food. There is an option to buy food onboard.
Samsung Galaxy Note 7 mobile phones Prohibited on All AirAsia Flights from 17 October 2016 due to safety concerns.
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