‘Can I wear a miniskirt on board?’ and other passenger inquiries to AirAsia

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I was doing some Pongal spring cleaning (hey, I’m in India) and came across this collection from AirAsia’s in-flight magazine of “Curious Queries” the carrier’s customer care team have encountered.

They were too funny not to share.

“A lady once called in and asked if AirAsia allowed guests to wear miniskirts on board.”

-Farid, Malaysia

“A guest wanted to know if she would be barred from getting on her AirAsia flight now that she had dyed her hair!”

-Grace, Malaysia

“Travelling with her pet, a guest requested to be allowed to bring her pet on board, to be seated on her lap, or placed in the overhead cabin compartment.”

-Masino, Malaysia

“One guest demanded an explanation as to why our cabin crew did not meet his definition of beautiful.”

-Siriwam, Thailand

“Having travelled on a bus to LLCT, a guest found his luggage damaged but insisted AirAsia compensate him for the damage instead.”

-Suresh, Malaysia

“Having purchased a model aircraft, one guest discovered it had only one engine and wanted to know if our aircrafts also operated with one engine only!”

-Hsin Yee, Malaysia

One Response to ‘Can I wear a miniskirt on board?’ and other passenger inquiries to AirAsia

  1. John S. 25 January, 2011 at 11:49 am #

    “A lady once called in and asked if AirAsia allowed guests to wear miniskirts on board.”

    Yes, please.

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