Tuesday - 09/12/2014

AirAsia offers promo fares
To celebrate a milestone after reaching 1 million likes on Facebook, AirAsia Philippines is offering promo fares as low as P1 base fare for some of its domestic and international flights.

AirAsia Philippines said its  promo fares  would  be  available for flights to and from Manila, Kalibo (Boracay), Puerto Princesa (Palawan), Tagbilaran (Bohol), Tacloban and Cebu, including its  newest routes, Cebu-Davao-Cebu and Cebu-Cagayan de Oro-Cebu, which will start on December 12 with two flights daily.

 

“Airfares for international destination from Manila to Macau, Kuala Lumpur, Kota Kinabalu, Shanghai, and Incheon/Seoul are also available for P1, one-way and base fare only for travel period starting January 7 to June 30, 2015,” the airline said in a statement  on Tuesday.

 

All promotional fares, it said, are available for booking via www.airasia.com starting Tuesday, December 9, until December 14.

 

“Guests may also get as much as 20 percent discount on pre-book meals and other online bargain deals,” the airline further said.

 

AirAsia Philippines is also celebrating another award after the AirAsia Group claimed the coveted title of “World’s Leading Low Cost Airline” for the second year in a row at the prestigious World Travel Awards 2014 Grand Final Gala Ceremony, which was held in Anguilla in the Caribbean Monday.

 

Datuk Kamarudin Meranun, executive chairman and cofounder of AirAsia, received the award from Graham Cooke, president of World Travel Awards at the Grand Finale of the World Travel Awards 2014.

 

The World Travel Awards, also hailed as the Oscars of the travel industry recognizes companies, organizations and brands that push the boundaries of industry excellence.

 

AirAsia emerged as the winner in the “World’s Leading Low Cost Airline” category, receiving the highest votes from travel professionals from around the globe, surpassing other nominees in the category, namely airberlin, easyJet, flydubai, JetBlue Airways, Jetstar Airways, Kulula, Mango, Norwegian, Ryanair and also Southwest Airlines.