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AirAsia offers big promotional sale of 6 million seats

Clark Freeport--Philippines AirAsia Inc. is offering a big promotional sale for as low as P1 for domestic and international flights with six million seats up for grabs starting March 9 to 15 this year. 

“AirAsia BIG members can enjoy discounted flights from Manila to Bangkok, from Cebu to Kuala Lumpur, Singapore, Taipei, Cagayan de Oro, Caticlan, and Puerto Princesa, from Clark to Kaohsiung, and many more all for P1,” AirAsia said in a statement.

The airline unveiled AirAsia X with all-in promotional AirAsia BIG member fares from as low as P990 one way from Kuala Lumpur to many exciting destinations, including Fukuoka, Seoul, Gold Coast, Perth, Melbourne, Sydney and Taipei.

Checked baggage, according to AirAsia, can also be pre-booked at 10 percent less for 25 kilograms and above. Baggage discounts are only applicable at the time of booking a flight during the promotional period.

The airline advised passengers to book at or via the AirAsia mobile app from March 9 to March 15, 2020 for travel between September 7, 2020 and July 1, 2021.

“We are thrilled to announce our first BIG Sale for 2020, providing ample opportunity to book an affordable getaway from early September up until July of next year. The best way to secure the lowest fares and great value travel deals is to plan ahead and book early-as with this latest Big Sale,” said AirAsia chief executive officer Karen Chan in a statement.

“We are on track in transforming into a household travel and lifestyle brand across ASEAN with all you need to complete your holiday planning including flights, accommodation, activities and more, all available now on,” she added.

AirAsia BIG members will be able to take advantage of a 24-hour priority access period starting March 8, 2020. they can simply log in as an AirAsia BIG Member on or the AirAsia mobile app to gain access to seats at the lowest fares. 

Topics: Philippines AirAsia Inc , AirAsia X , AirAsia BIG , Kuala Lumpur , Karen Chan
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