Malaysia Airports, Airlines Booking Fees and Taxes – All You Need To Know
|Flying through KLIA2 nowadays can be quite stressful|
Frustrations keep increasing nowadays when travellers find a cheap priced ticket to and from a destination, and only to find out that the total fee to pay has increased at the payment page.
|AirAsia’s booking fees and taxes noted when you book a flight ticket|
Hidden Charges For Booking Airline Tickets Online
- Passenger Service Fee – RM11.00, RM35.00 or RM73.00
- Booking Service Fees – RM20.00
- Credit Card Processing Fees – RM8.00
- Debit Card Processing Fees – RM4.00
- Direct Debit Payment Fees – RM6.00
- KLIA2 Fee – RM3.00
|The taxes and fees when booking online for Malaysia Airlines|
Malaysia Airports Passenger Service Charge Fees (PSC)
- Domestic Travel – RM11.00 per person
- Asean Countries Travel – RM35.00 per person
- International Flights – RM73.00 per person
|Malindo Airlines booking fees section with all the taxes and charges|
Malaysia Airport Departure Tax
- Asean Countries – RM20.00 per person
- Non-Asean Countries – RM40.00 per person
- Baggage Fees (Online and At Counter Fees)
- Sports Equipment Fees (Online and At Counter Fees)
- Other Baggage Information
- Seat Booking Fees (All types)
- Handling Fees
- Processing Fees
- Flight Changing Fees
- Cancellation Fees
- Wheelchair Service Fees
– Processing Fee (direct debit) is non-refundable and is charged per passenger, per booking for payments made via UnionPay, Alipay, WeChat, CCAvenue, Rupay, , LINE Pay, NAPAS and PayPal. Others will be charged per booking.
– Processing Fee (credit, debit, charge cards) is non-refundable and is charged when payment is made by credit debit or charge cards per guest per way at point of purchase.
– Please note that airport tax refund can be subjected to a Processing Fee (credit, debit, charge cards)(where applicable). Refund Processing Fee is waived for refunds made in Korea Won for bookings made in Korea.
– Booking service fee applies to all bookings made via Call Centre, Sales Offices, Airport Sales Counters, Indonesia AirAsia Carrefour booth and ATSC’s.
|Passengers at KLIA2 International Departure Section|
You will easily come across many articles published by the mainstream media where airlines, airports and government people will be pointing fingers or trying to work out issues on the airports, taxes and so on.