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Your thoughts on AirAsia and JetStar

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I've read older reviews of AirAsia and JetStar and I understand the ridiculous baggage check fees and other assorted charges, but what are your recent experiences with these airlines?

I'm flying from Chiang Mai to Kuala Lumpur, then I need to fly from Penang to Singapore. AirAsia and JetStar seem to have the best non-stop flights for my itinerary.

Thank you in advance for any comments, tips or tricks. I hope to make my reservations sometime soon but I'm a little concerned from a reliability and safety aspect.

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