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Tuesday, March 3, 2020

AirAsia Unlimited Pass- The Disadvantages and List of Countries and Destinations

There are many advantages and disadvantages.

Highlight some for you.

Are AirAsia Unlimited Pass promo codes applicable to all routes?
The promo code is applicable to long haul flights* with carrier code D7 (AirAsia X) & XJ (Thai AirAsia X) only. *Excluding flights to Bali, Singapore, Jeddah and Fly-thru routes. *Embargo period applies. AirAsia flight redemptions are limited and may not be available on all flights during public holidays, school breaks and weekends.

Source: AirAsia


Covered Destinations
The Unlimited pass only covers AirAsia X destinations in Australia, Japan, Korea, China and India. This is only applicable for long-haul flights that are over 4 hours in duration and has the carrier code D7 (AirAsia X) and XJ (Thai AirAsia X). The pass excludes Singapore, Denpasar (Bali) and Jeddah.

Some examples of applicable destinations include Kuala Lumpur to Melbourne, Kuala Lumpur to Taipei, Kuala Lumpur to Perth, Kuala Lumpur to Haneda, Kuala Lumpur to New Delhi and Bangkok to Osaka.

Not covered Destinations
Do note that domestic and short-haul flights using the carrier code AK are not included. In summary, you can’t use this pass for flights such as Kuala Lumpur to Penang, Kuala Lumpur to Singapore, Kuala Lumpur to Kota Kinabalu, Kuala Lumpur to Hong Kong, Kuala Lumpur to Manila and Kuala Lumpur to Bangkok.

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