Roast Chicken With Cream Sauce – AirAsia In-flight Meal

AirAsia in-flight meals can be something to be looked forward to whenever you travel with the budget airline. It “empowers” you to choose your own meal (and of course you have to pay for it).

Roast Chicken with Cream Sauce - AirAsia In-flight Meal
Roast Chicken with Cream Sauce – AirAsia In-flight Meal

The pack comes in the usual red-coloured aluminium packaging. The net weight is 260g. Listed ingredients for Roast Chicken with Cream Sauce includes checken, potato, pumpkin, broccoli, carrot, fresh milk, whipped cream, flour, butter, onion, garlic, leek, salt, sugar, chicken powder, spices and herbs.

Allergen information: May contain wheat gluten, dairy, nut, soy, egg and seafood.

Roast Chicken with Cream Sauce - AirAsia In-flight Meal
Roast Chicken with Cream Sauce – AirAsia In-flight Meal

If you purchase the combo in advance via the AirAsia website or mobile app, a small container of Spritzer mineral water will be included together in the meal to you for free.

Roast Chicken with Cream Sauce - AirAsia In-flight Meal
Roast Chicken with Cream Sauce – AirAsia In-flight Meal

This is the view that you probably would want to see before you order the food. The portion is quite generous for an in-flight food. However, it is only sufficient if you are not looking forward to have a heavy meal due to the absence of rice in the set.

How Much is the AirAsia Wheelchair Charge?

Updated on 14 July 2019

Answer: If you look for the information on AirAsia wheelchair charge on search engines, most probably you will end up on this page. However, there is no external link specified in the page.

On September 29th 2017, AirAsia has published an article about wheelchair charges on the Support section of its website. The answer can be a bit complex and different

Steps to find the AirAsia wheelchair charge

Step 1: First, read about the airline’s types of special guests.

Step 2: Then, read another article about additional charges for passengers in wheelchairs.

Step 3: For the particular flight that requires a wheelchair service, choose its origin and destination and look at the charges on this page.

For example, you can find the wheelchair charge for flights between Kota Bharu (KBR) to Kuala Lumpur (KUL) will cost you RM 63.60 if you pre-book the service or RM 127.20 if you book it at the counter. So, be smart and book early to lighten up the load on your wallet.

Kuala Lumpur (KUL) to Kuching (KCH): The wheelchair service from Kuala Lumpur to Kuching is RM 63.60 (if you book early) or RM 127.20 (if you book at the counter). Therefore, if you are going to use the wheelchair service, please ensure that you book earlier to avoid the extra charge.

Note: This post is a follow-up post for the previous one, AirAsia Wheelchair Fee: Is It Still Relevant?

Revision Notes

  • Revision 2: 14 July 2019, edited some text and ensured information is updated
  • Revision 1: 30 October 2017, original information published.

Usage of aerobridge in Miri Airport

To my understanding, whenever possible, AirAsia will not use aerobridge for its flights. Nevertheless, the airline is forced to use aerobridge for its operation at KLIA2 terminal in Kuala Lumpur.

Miri Airport (MYY)

During my recent trip to Miri, I discovered that AirAsia uses aerobridge for both inbound and outbound flights. Probably because of a construction job taking place nearby.

Najib and Wife Trying to Flee the Country?

KUALA LUMPUR, 12 MAY 2018: Astro Awani news portal has reported that an Indonesian-registered private aircraft is scheduled to land at Subang Skypark Terminal (SZB) tomorrow (12 May 2018) at 6:00am local time. The aircraft is scheduled to depart Subang Airport later at 10:00am. Awani cited an anonymous source saying the passengers include a former Malaysian leader with his wife.

A check on Lowyat.net, a popular forum site has also reported a similar news. A photo was also published on the portal, containing some information about a flight. While the details are similar to the one published on Awani, we are not able to independently confirm whether it is the same flight or not. Here is the information:

Please find below new schedule Legacy650/PKRJX to WMSA as follow

12 MAY 2018

WIHH – WMSA ETD.06:00LT — (repo and pic up pax)

WMSA – WIHH ETD.10:00LT

Passengers

Mr Najib Razak

Mrs Rosmah Mansor

The flight concerned is between WMSA and WIHH. WMSA is the ICAO code for Sultan Abdul Aziz Shah International Airport (SZB) located in Subang, Selangor while WIHH is the ICAO code for Halim Perdanakusuma International Airport (HLP), located in East Jakarta, Indonesia.

The aircraft, ERJ-135 is manufactured by Embraer. It has two engines and a VIP seating configuration. It was registered on 20 August 2016. Source: Planefinder.net

Update 1, 12:20 AM: Malaysiakini has reported that a source close to Najib said he is taking a two-day break beginning tomorrow and he will be back afterwards. The source also mentioned that there is nothing hideous about the flight.

With the enforcement of Anti Fake News Act 2018, we shall be more vigilant in reporting news. While we try our best to ensure the authenticity of our sources, we are not able to confirm its accuracy. Disclaimer and Terms and Conditions of this website applies.

 

Helicopter Carrying VIPs Reported Missing in Sarawak

[BREAKING NEWS]

A news report has just come out saying a helicopter was reported missing in Sarawak. The helicopter belongs to GCA Skyline Aviation Inc. Source: Interaksyon. It is registered in Philippines. The helicopter model is Eurocopter AS350 Ecureuil.

Director-General (DG) of Malaysian Department of Civil Aviation (DCA), Datuk Seri Azharuddin Abdul Rahman has confirmed the disappearance. He said the helicopter lost contact with air traffic control tower just after departure from Betong. “The helicopter left Betong at 4:12 PM and should have arrived in Kuching around 5 PM”, he said.

 

Crew and Passengers

  1. Capt Rudolf Rex Ragas – pilot
  2. Datuk Noriah Kasnon, Deputy Minister of Plantation Industries and Commodities (MPIC)
  3. Asmuni Abdullah – Noriah’s husband
  4. Datuk Wan Mohammad Khairil Anuar Wan Ahmad, Malaysian Palm Oil Board (MPOB) Chairman
  5. Datuk Dr Sundaran Annamalai, Secretary-general, MPIC
  6. Ahmad Sobri Harun – personal bodyguard to Datuk Noriah

 

The Aircraft

  1. Model: Eurocopter AS350 Ecureuil
  2. Type: Single-engine helicopter
  3. Registration Country: Philippines
  4. Registration Number: RP-C6828
  5. Operator: GCA Skyline Aviation Inc.

Search and Rescue (SAR) Team

Malaysian Transport Minister, Datuk Seri Liow Tiong Lai commented about SAR mission during a statement on Friday night (6 May 2016). Source

“The SAR mission is currently being led by the Department of Civil Aviation (DCA) with the assistance of the Royal Malaysia Air Force (TUDM), Royal Malaysian Police (PDRM), Marine Police, Fire and Rescue Department, Malaysia Maritime Enforcement Agency (APMM) and Civil Defence Department,” – Liow Tiong Lai, Malaysian Transport Minister

 

THURSDAY, MAY 5TH 2016

5:00 PM: A helicopter traveling from Betong to Kuching has been reported lost at that time.

9:00 PM: The Star news portal reported, albeit briefly, about the disappearance. “More to come” has been added at the end of news report, indicating there will be more stories.

9:30 PM: We are still looking for more information on the internet and no new information has been reported. The fate of crew and passengers as well as aircraft registration number remained unknown at the moment.

FRIDAY 6 MAY 2016

12:40 AM: Sarawak Police has given a press statement at 11:30 PM yesterday. No signs of the helicopter so far. Search and rescue team has been deployed at last known location of the helicopter. Sarawak Chief Minister, Tan Sri Adenan Satem has asked people to offer their prayer. Weather was reported as bad during the time of disappearance.

10:04 AM: A team of about 100 personnel are searching for the missing helicopter. They will focus on the districts of Sri Aman, Simunjan and Betong. Personnel involved are from Marine Police, Fire and Rescue Department, Police, General Operations Force and Civil Defence Department. Source: The Star

11:45 AM: Kuala Kangsar MP, Datuk Wan Mohammad Khairil is also in the missing helicopter. Friends and relatives begins to gather at his home to learn about the new developments of the disappearance.

11:49 AM: Fire Rescue team has found debris of a helicopter at Sungai Batang Sadong, believed to be remains of the missing helicopter.

Noon: A body belonged to a woman has been found. The body was brought to SMK Sebuyau with a boat later at 1 pm. It was flown to Kuching by TUDM’s Nuri Helicopter at arrived at 3:30 PM. Source

7:47 PM: Transport Minister Liow Tiong Lai said the investigation will be conducted by DCA’s Air Accident & Investigation Bureau (BSKU).

 

 

SATURDAY 7 MAY 2016

8:34 AM: Second body was found, according to Farhan Sufyan Borhan, Assistant Director of Sarawak Fire Rescue Department. Source

11:45 AM: Datuk Seri Dr. Ahmad Zahid Hamidi, Malaysian Deputy Prime Minister, tweeted about the finding of third body in the crash. The third body was later confirmed as Ahmad Sobri. Source

12:17 PM: Transport Minister Liow Tiong Lai said Search and Rescue (SAR) mission today will cover 875 square kilometers, compared to 2,850 square kilometers yesterday.

3:26 PM: Fourth body has been found.

3:42 PM: Second body has confirmed to be of Dr. Sundaran’s. Source

6:00 PM: The fifth body has been found at 6:00 PM today, about 2 km from Lingga operation centre.

MONDAY 9 MAY 2016

10:15 AM: The sixth victim of the helicopter crash in Sebuyau has finally been recovered, according to a news report by The Borneo Post. Source