Air Asia meals are not included in the price of your ticket. They offer an assortment of meals, drinks and snacks for sale aboard all of their flights. Air Asia passengers can now book a special inflight burger meal from which 10% of the purchase price goes to a fund to support the fight against HIV/AIDS. The burger features a chicken patty infused with fish sauce, kaffir lime leaves and lemongrass, topped with zesty nam prik noom mayo (green chilli mayonnaise), shredded purple cabbage and tomato on a red beetroot bun. For each burger sold, 10% of sales will go to the “Global Fund” of (RED) to support HIV/AIDS testing, counselling, treatment and prevention programmes in the Association of Southeast Asian Nations (Asean) region.

You can pre-book the INSPI(RED) Burger with a free drink at a promotional price of RM10 (US$2.42) on Air Asia flights across all Air Asia destinations until December 31, 2019.

If you would like to see the Inflight Feed review of AirAsia meals, check here.

There are eight different Air Asia subsidiaries within the airline group and nine different inflight menus and pre-order meal programs. So, you must know the flight designation code for your booking, as this will determine what can be ordered.

AK – Air Asia Malaysia

DJ – Air Asia Japan

D7 – Air Asia X (Mainly long haul services)

FD – Air Asia Thailand

I5 – Air Asia India

QZ – Air Asia Indonesia

XJ – Air Asia Thailand

Z2 – Air Asia Phillippines

HALAL MEALS

All Air Asia meals are classified as HALAL except if you are flying on AirAsia Japan (DJ) and AirAsia Philippines (Z2) operated flights.

ALCOHOL SALES

Note that Air Asia Malaysia operated flights (AK) do not sell alcohol.

For trips shorter than 75 minutes, hot meals can only be pre-booked online to ensure service consistency.

SPECIAL MEALS

There are no specific special meals that can be pre-ordered such as Vegan, Gluten-Free, Kosher etc. However, there are vegetarian options available to pre-order.

PRE ORDER MEALS

Pre-order inflight meals can be purchased online (at a discount) or during your flight depending on the flight time. You can pre-order your meal at the time of booking, but they must be ordered at least 24 hours before departure. It’s even possible to order some meals up to 4 hours before departure, but this is generally limited to Air Asia (AK) flights.

Some of the Hot Meal options on Air Asia (AK) operated flights include:

Nasi Lemak Goreng MYR 15

Nasi Padang with Prawn Crackers MYR 15

Pak Nasser’s Nasi Lemak MYR 15

Roasted Chicken with Black Pepper Sauce MYR 15

Thai Basil Chicken with Rice MYR 15

Chicken Teriyaki with Rice MYR 15

Uncle Chin’s Chicken Rice MYR15

Kabali Vegetarian Biryani MYR15

Vegetable Curry with Biryani Rice MRY 17

Rice with Beef in Black sauce MRY 17

WHY PRE ORDER?

More options are offered online, and you’ll get your first choice, you will be served first, save around 20% on onboard prices and receive loyalty points if you participate in the BIG Card loyalty program.

HOW TO ORDER?

Simply head here

Enter your booking number

Enter your surname

Select your departure city

Then follow the prompts to add on your inflight meals

WHAT ABOUT CHANGES TO PRE BOOKED MEALS?

If you need to make changes to pre-booked meals, this can only be done more than 24 hours before flight departure time. Passengers will have to pay the price difference if the price of the new meal booked is higher than the original meal paid.

For the latest inflight menu for all Air Asia flights and to view hot meals information check here.

WHAT DO I DO ONBOARD?

Ensure that you keep your boarding pass, as this will have a special meal code on it. The cabin crew will ask to see it when they deliver your meal to you.

About The Author

Founder of Inflight Feed

Nik has been running Inflight Feed since 2012, and since then he's taken well over 500 flights for work and pleasure. He documents his inflight meal experiences right here; he's also a freelance writer covering inflight meal trends, he has written for CNN and has regular columns in leading industry magazines. He's been featured in Vogue, QZ, Lifehacker, The New York Times plus many major news outlets across the globe.