AirAsia X KualaLumpur - Sydney

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#1
Indonesia
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Anybody has used AirAsia X on sector Kuala Lumpur to Sydney?
Please share your experience.

Do you think their Premium Class worth the extra charge?

Thank you.
Michael
#2
Nelson Bay
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Joined Mar 2012
Originally posted by anandaindonesia
Anybody has used AirAsia X on sector Kuala Lumpur to Sydney?
Please share your experience.

Do you think their Premium Class worth the extra charge?

Thank you.
Michael
We flew SYD - KUL in Premium Class by using Optiontown. The seats are comfortable but do not lay flat. You are on a slight slope. The return flight in economy was very tight for my 183 cm body. If you want room to lie down on the night flight (KUL - SYD) maybe it is worth the extra charge.
#3
Indonesia
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Joined Jan 2012
Originally posted by By The Bay
We flew SYD - KUL in Premium Class by using Optiontown. The seats are comfortable but do not lay flat. You are on a slight slope. The return flight in economy was very tight for my 183 cm body. If you want room to lie down on the night flight (KUL - SYD) maybe it is worth the extra charge.
Thank you for your advise.
Yes, we will take the premium seats.

Michael
#4
Melbourne, AUS
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Joined Dec 2006
Yep I agree. Take the option town option. Highly recommend air Asia and premium.
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#5
Geelong - Australia
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Air Asia is a cut throat price wise discount airline. Economy you are jammed in like sardines or battery hens. If you have the Option of more room for more $ then go for that as they are long flights .
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We did take the premium class. We sleep very well, and arrived in Sydney fresh.
Good.
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