AirAsia Zest starts Manila to Macau route

Macau is a special administrative region of the People’s Republic of China, located across the Pearl River Delta from Hong Kong. The tourism draw is based largely on gambling, with numerous casinos and hotel casinos. Macau, a former Portuguese colony, offers a rich blend of Chinese and European architecture and culture. A large section of Macau Peninsula has been designated a Unesco World Heritage site.

AirAsia Zest Manila Macau Flights
AirAsia Zest Manila Macau Flights

AirAsia Zest, the Filipino Low Cost Carrier that flies hand in hand with AirAsia, voted the World’s Best Low Cost Carrier, today started its 3X/weekly flights from Manila’s NAIA (Ninoy Aquino International Airport) Terminal 4 to Macau International Airport. Operated by an all-Filipino crew, flight Z2088 arrived in Macau at 4:40PM carrying 147 passengers including media and travel bloggers.

“AirAsia Zest is staying true to our commitment to give Filipinos more choices, better value and enhanced service. Manila to Macau route is our second new route after launching Cebu-KL just five days ago, and tomorrow we are going to start servicing daily flights to Miri, Malaysia for a total of three new destinations in one week,” AirAsia Zest Executive Vice President and Chief Operating Officer Joy Caneba said.

To celebrate the network expansion, AirAsia Zest is offering P8 base fare only promo for all domestic and select international flights from its hub in Cebu and Manila. Promo seats from as low as P598, one way are available for booking now at www.airasia.com. Guests who will avail of this promo will be able to fly from 1 June to 30 September 2014.

Flight Schedule for Manila to Macau:

Flight Number

From

To

Departure

Arrival

Flight Duration

Frequency

Aircraft

Z2 088

MNL

MFM

1430hrs

1640hrs

2:10

Wed,Fri, and Sun

A320

Z2 089

MYY

MNL

1705hrs

1910hrs

2:05

Wed,Fri, and Sun

A320

 

“In partnership with AirAsia, we offer passengers super affordable fares and the strength of our combined network that extends beyond Macau to over 120 exciting destinations in Asia, China, India and Australia,” Caneba said.

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