AirAsia Philippines continues to perform well towards the end of Q1 2023 with increased forward bookings for the month of March.
Seats sold for guests traveling from March 1 to 31 were recorded at 475,000 which is a 95% increase from the same period during the previous year. Top three destinations for domestic and international bookings include Cebu, Boracay, Tacloban, Taipei, Bangkok, and Seoul.
“AirAsia’s competitive pricing is still seen as among the top motivators for guests choosing to fly with us,” said AirAsia Philippines communications and public affairs country head Steve Dailisan. “Our effort of mounting different online and on-ground travel promos is our way of providing the best value for our guests’ hard-earned money.”
To sustain this momentum and to excite more travelers to book their flights earlier, AirAsia Philippines is offering another round of P1SO Sale!
Available for booking from March 13 to 19, guests can enjoy a P1 one-way base fare to Boracay, Bohol, Puerto Princesa, Bacolod, Davao, Kalibo, Cagayan de Oro, and Roxas from Manila, and Boracay, Puerto Princesa, Davao, and Cagayan de Oro from Cebu-Mactan International Airport.
For P511 to P2,811, guests can enjoy international destinations such as Macao, Taipei, Bangkok, Bali, Tokyo, and Osaka for travels from Sept. 4 to Aug. 13.
“We advise our guests to plan ahead and book their flights earlier to enjoy affordable rates. We also invite our guests to regularly visit our website and download the airasia SuperApp for exciting deals on hotels and activities,” Dailisan added.
The World’s Best Low-Cost Airline reminds guests to allocate ample time before their estimated time of departure in NAIA to allow smooth check-in, security clearance, and immigration screening.
It is also best to practice self-check-in via the airsia Super App or the AirAsia kiosks available at the airport.
For information on flight schedules and other important advisories, visit the airasia fly safe page, airasia newsroom, and social media platforms Facebook and Twitter.
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Editor’s Note: This article was provided by AirAsia Philippines.