Class rating 4.6
- Boarding 5.3
- Seat for sitting 2.5
- Seat for sleeping 1.8
- Service 5.8
- Entertainment 2.0
- Food & drink 3.5
- Punctuality 7.8
- Baggage 4.5
- Of course, your ratings vary widely for different classes. Choose one below for full details.
Economy on Air AsiaX offers you a seat and very little else. Seats are pre-assigned, but if you want to sit together, you will pay for this privilege. The seat pitch on Airbus A330s is 31 inches, the same as many scheduled carriers, but three inches less than Malaysia Airlines.
If you want a blanket, this will cost extra, as will all food and drink. Full meals must be pre-ordered. Expect to pay around RM15 (£3) for a hot meal and RM4 (80p) for a cup of coffee.
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I am 6" 4" tall so seat selection is vital in Economy. If the person in the row in front of me is inconsiderate, or a slob,and throws back their seat to max recline I'm in trouble. So I always travel with a companion, so we book a seat at each end of a 3 seat row, hoping no one will be booked into the middle seat between us, so I can side sadle my legs into the empty... more
Not a fan of Air Asia X. Its sole advantage is it's cheap. Cattle class really is cattle class: I'm a diminutive 5'7" & found legroom problematic - there isn't any. Seats are narrow & recline angle is very limited. Note also that aisles are extremely narrow & if you are in an aisle seat, prepare to be continually knocked by people going by. Worse, there are no air... more