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AirAsia PH offers P8 promo fare for Boracay flights

AirAsia Philippines is offering a promo fare of as low as P8 to support the reopening of Boracay Island starting Oct. 1 this year.

“The reopening of Boracay is a great step forward in jumpstarting the travel and tourism industry of the Philippines. The overall implementation of this reopening will be the model for the restoration of leisure travel to more domestic destinations,” AirAsia Philippines chief executive Ricky Isla said.

“Right now, our goal is to stimulate activity inside local economies by supporting businesses and enterprises heavily affected by the pandemic,” he said. 

The promo fare is available starting Sept. 29 until Oct. 4 this year and is good for travel between Oct. 1, 2020 and June 30, 2021.

 “As the health and safety of our guests are always a top priority, we will ensure that our stringent protocols are strictly carried out and observed properly by all,” Isla said. 

The airline said guests bound for Caticlan should prepare for the requirements and precautionary measures to ensure that the highest standards of safety are observed throughout their journey.

Guests can expect enhanced safety measures throughout the journey, including pre-flight, in-flight and during the arrival process.

These include the mandatory wearing of face masks. Guests are also advised to check and comply with measures implemented by local airport authorities for a smooth travel experience.

AirAsia said it is closely monitoring the situation and reserves the right to announce further policies according to the latest developments.

Topics: AirAsia , promo fare , P8 , Boracay flights
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