Air Asia (I5)

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All guests (except infants) are allowed to carry on board 2 pieces of cabin baggage comprising of either:

One (1) Cabin Baggage:

  • MUST NOT exceed the dimensions of 56cm (H) X 36cm (W) X 23cm (D).
  • MUST FIT in the overhead storage compartment in the aircraft cabin.

One (1) Laptop bag or one (1) handbag or one (1) small bag:

  • MUST NOT exceed the dimensions of 40cm (H) X 30cm (W) X 10cm (D).
  • MUST FIT under the seat in front of you.

The total weight of both pieces must not exceed 7kg.

Source: https://www.airasia.com/in/en/baggage.page

 

All guests (except infants) are allowed to carry on board 2 pieces of cabin baggage comprising of either:

One (1) Cabin Baggage:

  • MUST NOT exceed the dimensions of 56cm (H) X 36cm (W) X 23cm (D).
  • MUST FIT in the overhead storage compartment in the aircraft cabin.

One (1) Laptop bag or one (1) handbag or one (1) small bag:

  • MUST NOT exceed the dimensions of 40cm (H) X 30cm (W) X 10cm (D).
  • MUST FIT under the seat in front of you.

The total weight of both pieces must not exceed 7kg.

Source: https://www.airasia.com/in/en/baggage.page

 

The following items are prohibited in your baggage whether it is checked in or not:
 
(a) Any Guns, Firearms & Weapons;
(b) Explosives and flammable substances;
(c) Chemical and toxic substances;
(d) Live plants and flowers

Source:https://support.airasia.com/s/article/What-items-are-prohibited-en?language=en_GB

The following items are prohibited in your baggage whether it is checked in or not:
 
(a) Any Guns, Firearms & Weapons;
(b) Explosives and flammable substances;
(c) Chemical and toxic substances;
(d) Live plants and flowers

Source:https://support.airasia.com/s/article/What-items-are-prohibited-en?language=en_GB

Airline Contact Detail

24 X 7 Customer care number
Contact No : 080 4666 2222
Address :

AirAsia India Limited,
Kempegowda International Airport,
Ground Floor, Alpha 3 building, Devanahalli,
Bengaluru, Karnataka – 560300

Faq

Ask to provide you either an alternate flight or check for the compensation eligibility for the flight. You can also contact refundme.in to find out the compensation amount you are entitled to get.

If your flight has got delayed, please check for the compensation eligibility from the airline. You can also demand accommodation and food vouchers as per the Passenger Charter Act. Contact refundme.in for any assistance.

Of course yes. You can share your flight details here and our team will examine your flight details and inform you about the compensation that you are entitled to get.
It depends on multiple factors like – type of ticket, destination, domestic vs international. You are suggested to check the official website of to know the exact limit. You can also contact refundme.in for further assistance.
Ask to give you either a substitute flight or check for the remuneration qualification for the flight. You can likewise contact refundme.in to discover the remuneration sum you are qualified to get.
If your flight has postponed, check for the compensation qualification from the airline. You can likewise request hotel and food vouchers according to the Passenger Charter Act. Contact refundme.in for any help.
Obviously yes. You can share your flight subtleties here and our team will look at your flight subtleties and advise you about the compensation that you are qualified to get.
It relies upon different variables like – sort of ticket, destination, domestic versus international. You are proposed to check the official site of to know the exact weight limit. You can likewise contact refundme.in for further assistance.

Flight Cancellation

Air Passenger Regulation

Flight cancellations are frequently noted all around the world and it’s happening more often since the global air traffic is increasing. Burden of such cancellations is bore by the passengers who are forced to book another flight by paying extra from their pockets.

Air travel services in India are slated for a significant increment in terms of volume of passenger traffic. The government through the Director General of Civil Aviation (“DGCA”) had, in the past, introduced certain mandatory requirements to ensure that passengers who are either denied boarding or whose flights have been delayed or cancelled, are provided with certain facilities in order to compensate for any deficiency in service. These civil aviation requirements have been amended, effective August 1, 2016 (“CAR”), wherein the compensation for such deficiencies have been enhanced.