Malaysian budget carrier Air Asia X, one of Asia's biggest low-cost airlines, will stop flying to India and Europe by March this year.
The airline will close flights to Mumbai from January itself, while services to New Delhi, London and Paris will cease in March.
Air Asia X said it would suspend flights from Kuala Lumpur to Mumbai starting 1 February and to Delhi from 23 March.
The airline said it would offer an alternative travel option at no additional cost to customers who hold bookings after these dates.
Air Asia X will stop flying to Paris from 31 March and to London's Gatwick airport from 1 April.
Air Asia is citing weak demand and high fuel prices in India and a row over European Union emissions charges as reasons for the planned closure.