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Which airport terminal does Air Asia use?

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Which airport terminal does Air Asia use?

Do they share the budget terminal with Tiger Airways, or use one of the other terminals?

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1. Re: Which airport terminal does Air Asia use?

It's either at the budget terminal with Tiger Airways.

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2. Re: Which airport terminal does Air Asia use?

Air Asia is using terminal 1 the last time I looked on their website. It might change. Check back on Feb 1. It's either 1 or 2, not the budget terminal.

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3. Re: Which airport terminal does Air Asia use?

AirAsia will be using Terminal 1 at Changi Airport, in line with sister airline Thai AirAsia.

In KL, they will use the Low Cost Carrier Terminal at KLIA, which is linked by shuttle buses to the main KLIA Terminal Building (quite a distant away).

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4. Re: Which airport terminal does Air Asia use?

Thanks Kevin - will be good to see the REAL Changi rather than just the budget terminal for a change!

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