There's a flight from KUL to MEL at night that gets into MEL the following morning. It comes up (same time, same plane, same everything) in my searches twice, however - as Air Asia, and Air Asia X. However, the Air Asia one is $2 more than the Air Asia X.
Is this just variation in pricing, or is there an actual difference in the tickets? It's on an A330, which implies it's Air Asia X, as according to their site:
What is the difference between AirAsia and AirAsiaX?
Operates flights that are inside 4 hours flight time. AirAsia utilises aircraft with single class cabin and seating configuration. AirAsia operates Airbus A320 which has a seating capacity of 180 passengers.
Operates flights that has more than 4 hours flying time, which is also termed as long haul flights. AirAsiaX utilises aircraft with single class cabin but with premium and economy class seating. AirAsiaX operates Airbus A330 which has a seating capacity of 377 passengers.
So I'm wondering if it's just a case of Air Asia trying to sell the same tickets, or if there's a difference in the service one would receive (meals etc)?