AirAsia wants its guests to visit their much-loved tourist destinations this 2020.
Manila, Philippines — AirAsia has decided to increase frequencies of some existing routes that are deemed in high demand – both domestic and international routes.
According to AirAsia, some of these following routes start on March 29, 2020.
- Clark-Iloilo (Z2 931) – daily (from 3x)
- Iloilo-Clark (Z2 932) – daily (from 3x)
- Cebu-Kuala Lumpur (Z2 7110) – 4x (from 3x)
- Clark-Tacloban (Z2 975) – 4x (from3x and it starts on March 29)
- Kuala Lumpur-Cebu (Z2 7111) – 4x (from 3x and it starts on March 29)
- Tacloban-Clark (Z2 976) – 4x (from 3x and it starts on March 29)
- Cebu-Puerto Princesa (Z2 543) – daily (from 3x and it starts on March 29)
- Puerto Princesa-Cebu (Z2 544) – daily (from 3x and it starts on March 29)
[bs-quote quote=”“We are pleased to welcome the new year with additional flights, offering guests more options when flying with us as they accomplish their travel goals this 2020. Our adjustments are well guided by data, and I am very optimistic about the tourism boost this will bring to our country in the summer months.”” style=”style-13″ align=”center” author_name=”Ricky Isla” author_job=”Philippines AirAsia CEO” author_avatar=”https://outoftownblog.com/wp-content/uploads/2020/01/Ricky-Isla.jpg”][/bs-quote]
He went on to say that the adjustments the company are doing are well-guided by data. He added that he is very optimistic with regard to the tourism boost that this will bring to the Philippines, especially in the coming summer months.
Isla further said that the move of the company to increase flights is aligned with the vision of the company, “Now, everyone can fly!”
AirAsia lets its customers to check-in using the Internet through its official website, airasia.com. Guests can also do the online check-in via the AirAsia mobile app or just use the self-service kiosks at NAIA Terminals 3 and 4.
If they have changes on their bookings or if they wish to buy additional add-ons, including luggage or pre-booked Santan meals, they may head on over to airasia.com, through the My Bookings portal.
At the moment, the airline company is operating more than 500 domestic and international flights weekly that come from its hubs, including Clark, Manila, Kalibo, and Cebu.
Should you wish to know more about AirAsia’s activities, promotions, as well as other related news, follow the firm’s official social media accounts: @AirAsiaFilipino on Instagram; AirAsiaPH on Facebook; and AirAsia on Twitter.
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