Air Asia is one of the largest low-cost airlines in Asia. Their product is decent and better compared to most of the low-cost present around Asia. I have flown a lot of them back when I was doing my backpacking around South East Asia.
Tata is one of the major shareholders in Air-Asia. Few days ago, FAA gave clearance for Air Asia to fly to USA.
Air Asia has launched flight between Honolulu, Hawaii and Kuala Lampur via Osaka.
AirAsia will begin flying to the U.S. as of June 28, 2017, with the following schedule:
Kuala Lumpur to Osaka departing 2:00PM arriving 9:25PM
Osaka to Honolulu departing 11:25PM arriving 12:30PM
Honolulu to Osaka departing 4:00PM arriving 8:25PM (+1 day)
Osaka to Kuala Lumpur departing 10:00PM arriving 4:00AM (+1 day)
This flight will be operated by an A330, featuring 377 seats, including 12 premium seats and 365 economy seats.
To celebrate the new route, AirAsia has some insanely low fares. You can fly between Honolulu and Osaka starting at just $99 one-way. Roundtrip tickets start at ~$260, including all taxes and fees.
They have flat-bed product on their Airbus 330. But there are only 12 seats on the aircraft. Sounds like a steal to me.