You Can Now Book TWO Meals on Your Next AirAsia Flight!

Have you ever been on an AirAsia flight and after having your delicious Pak Nasser’s Nasi Lemak, you started craving for Uncle Chin’s Chicken Rice or perhaps the Superior Fried Rice with Chicken Satay?

Chef Hong’s Korean Sweet and Spicy Chicken is the latest offering in AirAsia’s Santan menu.

Well, now you can have BOTH! 

How you ask? Well, now allows guests to pre-book two meals while booking a flight…to ANY DESTINATION! 

If you have already made a flight booking, don’t worry! You can still get yourself a second meal. All you have to do is head to the Manage My Booking page and add on your second meal choice.

You can order your meals on both web and mobile platforms.

So even if you’re flying on a short journey from Kuala Lumpur to Langkawi, you can still book two meals for yourself. Or if you’re a true blue Malaysian who cannot get enough of your nasi lemak fix, you can now order TWO portions of Pak Nasser’s Nasi Lemak!

How awesome is that???

This is good news for you indecisive folks who can’t decide which meal to have or for those of you with big appetites. 

The Burnt Cheesecake is a great dessert to have after a hearty meal.

Here’s what you can get:

  1. Low fare users can select up to two paid meals (same or different type) per leg per guest with one complimentary drink and one paid dessert.
  2. Value pack users can select one vegetarian or one non-vegetarian combo pack and one paid meal per leg per passengers with one complimentary drink and one paid dessert.
  3. Premium Flex and Premium Flatbed users can select one complimentary meal and one non-complimentary meal (same or different type) per leg per passenger with one complimentary drink and one paid dessert

You can purchase these meals at or the mobile app so no one gets left out! 

Book now! 

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Written by Gregory Basil

Greg takes joy in writing press releases and has an almost unhealthy obsession with Sydney and nasi lemak.

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