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Cuti-cuti Malaysia back with free seats in 2023

May 5, 20233 minute read
Cuti-cuti Malaysia ,Sabah Highlands, Sabah reopens, Malaysia's international borders

Cuti-cuti Malaysia with 50,000 AirAsia FREE SEATS* to popular domestic destinations including Langkawi, Kuching, Kota Kinabalu and more.

The promotion runs until 7th May 2023 for travel between 8th May and 31st October 2023.

Click on the ‘flights’ icon on the airasia Superapp or the website to grab the free seats today!

Fare: All-in one-way fare from RM25*    *Includes airport taxes, MAVCOM fee, fuel surcharges and other applicable fees. Other terms and conditions apply.

Booking period: until 7th May 2023

Travel period: 8th May – 31st October 2023

Airline code: AirAsia Malaysia (AK)


Between Kuala Lumpur and Langkawi, Kota Kinabalu, Kuching, Penang, Kota Bharu, Tawau, Sibu and Miri, as well as between Kota Kinabalu and Tawau.*Peninsular Malaysia: All-in one-way fare from MYR25.

Find out more about visiting Langkawi here.

Cuti-cuti Malaysia

Sarawak: All-in one-way fare from RM28.

Cuti-cuti Malaysia

Sabah: All-in one-way fare from RM34.

Find out more about visiting Sabah here.

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When you Cuti-cuti Malaysia, or anywhere else, you want the process to be smooth and easy. This is why AirAsia encourages the use of its contactless features, including:

  • self-check-in and e-boarding passes via airasia Superapp
  • baggage drop-off at self-bag-drop machines
  • use of its facial recognition system FACES
    • for pre-security clearance and self-boarding
    • available for selected domestic flights.

These features make for faster, safer and more efficient check-in, pre-security, and boarding processes. Even better, you can can skip the queue and proceed directly to the gate.

As over 90% of guests departing from Malaysia successfully utilised the self-check-in feature during 2022 and and with the successful implementation of its contactless features and an enhanced Superapp, the airline has limited counter check-in service facilities in Malaysia from 1st May 2023.

Following the implementation, travellers who prefer to check-in at the counter will be charged a counter check-in fee in Malaysia.

However, complimentary counter check-in services will continue be provided categories for:

  • Senior Citizens aged 60 and above
  • Guests affected by last minute schedule changes and flight cancellations
  • Guests who have self checked-in but need to reprint boarding passes
  • Guests with reduced mobility holding a valid Persons with Disability (OKU) card
  • Guests travelling as Young Passenger Travelling Alone (YPTA)
  • Guests who purchased last minute tickets beyond the check-in cutoff time
  • Guests who perform seat upgrade and/or purchases add-ons at the check-in counter
  • Guests who were not assigned a seat during self check-in
  • Guests with Premium Flatbed, Premium Flex and Corporate Full Flex booking
  • Guests with bookings under Malaysian Armed Forces (ATM) and Government Warrant (WAK)
  • Group bookings with 10 guests and more

Non-eligible guests may still check-in at the counter subject to counter check-in fees of RM20 per guest for domestic flights and RM30 per guest for international flights.

Signing up for FACES

AirAsia passengers departing from Kuala Lumpur International Airport (KLIA) (Terminal 2) are recommended to enrol their details for FACES on the airasia Superapp to pass through pre-security and seamlessly board the flight without having to display their boarding pass.

For more information, or to make a booking, download the airasia Superapp from Apple App StoreGoogle Play Store or Huawei AppGallery now.

# AirAsia, AirAsia FACES, contactless self check-in, contactless travel, free seats, Langkawi, Sabah, Sarawak
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