AirAsia Announces Fixed Low Fares To Sabah & Sarawak For Hari Raya

Now, everyone can balik kampung!

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With Hari Raya coming up soon, AirAsia has allocated over 22,000 seats at fixed fares for late-night flights, to make sure that Malaysians can balik kampung for the festive season

From 5 to 17 April, you'll be able to fly between the following states at fixed prices:
- From Kuala Lumpur to Kuching, Sibu, Bintulu, or Miri at RM298* one-way
- From Johor Bahru to Kuching, Sibu, or Miri at RM298* one-way
- From Kuala Lumpur to Kota Kinabalu, Sandakan, or Tawau at RM348* one-way
- From Johor Bahru to Kota Kinabalu at RM348* one-way

There will be a total of 122 late-night flights at fixed fares on these 11 routes between Peninsula and East Malaysia.

Plus, in support of the government's festive season initiative, AirAsia is also operating 735 flights weekly with regular fares** to Sabah, Sarawak, and Labuan.

Image via AirAsia

"The government remains committed to facilitating air travel for Malaysians at reasonable and affordable fares," said Transport Minister Anthony Loke

"These commitments represent a collaborative effort with industry players such as AirAsia to ensure the welfare of Malaysians. Thus, I am pleased to support AirAsia's Fixed Fares initiative for the upcoming Hari Raya celebration.

"Moreover, the recent announcement of a maximum fare of RM599 for one-way economy class flights to Sabah, Sarawak, and Labuan in the days leading up to Hari Raya Aidilfitri demonstrates our proactive approach to meet the needs of travellers while promoting inclusivity and affordability.

"We eagerly anticipate further collaboration with all industry partners to ensure that all Malaysians can travel home safely, affordably, and conveniently during the festive season," he added.

From left to right: Deputy Minister Datuk Hasbi Habibollah, Transport Minister Anthony Loke Siew Fook, CEO of Capital A Tony Fernandes, and AirAsia Aviation Group CEO Bo Lingam.

Image via AirAsia

Those who are travelling on AirAsia this festive season are highly encouraged to self check-in via the AirAsia MOVE app

The self check-in option is available as early as 14 days before a flight's departure date. After checking in via the app, do use the e-Boarding Pass to board your flight.

You are also advised to arrive at least two hours ahead of the scheduled departure time for domestic flights, so that you'll have enough time to clear all travel formalities during this peak period.

You can book flights with the promotional fares on and the AirAsia MOVE app

*Promotional fixed fares quoted are for one-way travel inclusive of airport taxes, MAVCOM fees, fuel surcharges, and other applicable fees. Other terms and conditions apply.

**Flights with base fares that cost less than RM599 will be sold at the current fare. Fares are non-refundable and subject to other terms and conditions. The government's subsidy for purchases of one-way economy class tickets of over RM599 from Peninsular Malaysia to Sabah, Sarawak, and Labuan is applicable three days before Hari Raya.

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