|Top route||Manila Ninoy Aquino Intl to Cebu City Mactan Intl|
|Top airport||Manila Ninoy Aquino Intl|
Phillipines customs is so corrupt. After they made me lose my whole Thailand trip air Asia only made me wait 3 hours to get my bags and did not reschedule another flight. Philippine government treat their citizens like China and makes it horribly difficult to leave, just to leave.
Easy checking by kiosk is best. No more lines.
They didn’t let me in, because even though I showed them that I have paid for my flight. They closed the door then they found my ticket. So I bought another ticket and they won’t refund me from my first ticket.
It was good 👍
No REFUND!!! My flight was delayed by 5 hours then 6 more hours making it unusable. No refunds!!!! They called it a minor delay. Because my connecting flight wasn't with kayak, no refund.
Clark security personnel are absolutely the worst. I was threatened by their chief of security for asking a question about what is allowed as a carry on.
Cons: I haven't been able to take the flight because of corona virus restrictions and haven't been refounded
Cons: Ramp instead of stairs. Offer free drinks
No free water or coffee, over 60 min late
Pros: I bought seat had row
Cons: No free water coffee snacks, leg room is for children
Cons: Poor airport, stranded in lines for 2.5 hours and almost missed the flight.
Pros: On time
Cons: Seats too small for 6’ person
Cons: No staff available to print out boarding passes at the check-in counter or the gate until right before boarding. Flight was delayed without any good reason.
Cons: No indication that the flight would be delayed was given until way late in the game. We could have taken our time getting from one terminal to another and saved on an expensive taxi ride had we known. The crew were being unreasonable to a couple of passengers for moving to an empty row. Seems like that would do the plane a favor by evening out the weight distribution.
Cons: More orderly boarding process by zone, on-time departure and arrival
Pros: I am missing my luggage’s
Cons: Where is my luggage
Pros: it was on time crew are very nice.
Cons: there no entertainment system, everything is charged even water bottle. some airlines give small water bottle.
Pros: Seats and timeliness were good
Cons: Checking in process should be improved
Cons: Every time I’ve used AirAsia it’s been delayed. Instead of being apologetic they’re always smug about how I can take a different airline. So I did!! Never fly with this airline again. Poor service poor flight planning and poor attitude. Shame on you AirAsia.
Cons: Delay Delay Delay
Pros: Provided good service and snacks.
Cons: Seats had very little leg room. Chargers would have been nice. Would have liked to have headphone Jack's for music.
Pros: On time and efficient
Pros: We were upgraded to first class.
Cons: Our flight was delayed 31 minutes. So far, I’ve never departed on time with this airline. I will take responsibility for not prepaying for my check in luggage, but really, $154.00 for 3 suitcases on a 1 hour flight? It’s kinda sad.
Cons: Free snacks and drinks
Cons: No wonder Taoyuan International Airport is one of the worst airports in the world. Even if you have checked in online, there is no separate counter for baggage drop.
Pros: The crew was excellent and comfort was good.
Cons: It wasn’t so much AsiaAir as it was the terminal. Terminal 4 in Manila is a mess as far as trying to check in. There isn’t enough room for the amount of flights boarding there.
Cons: CUSTOMER SERVICE
Cons: I’ve been to over 15 airports in the last month and Since when does the airport have a terminal fee of $17 And they made us check in our bag for $60 per person, I’ve been on many budget airlines before and they never made us do this, never flying with AirAsia again.
On board Philippines AirAsia flights, cabin baggage should not exceed 56x36x23cm. If your hand luggage is bigger, the Philippines AirAsia assistance team will most likely ask you to pay extra for checked luggage.
Philippines AirAsia offers direct flights to 30 cities in 11 different countries. Cebu City, Manila, and Boracay are the most popular cities covered by Philippines AirAsia.
Philippines AirAsia concentrates most of its flight operations in Manila.
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