Manila, 12 December 2022 – AirAsia Philippines joins the repdigit sales craze with its 12.12 Holideals, which features one-way base fare tickets as low as Php 112 for domestic and Php 412 for international. Bacolod, Kalibo, and Cagayan De Oro are some of the destinations that guests can book at discounted rates.
AirAsia guests can avail of the 12.12 Holideals until December 18, 2022, for travels happening until June 30, 2023. Also among the AirAsia routes with a discounted fare is Manila-Tokyo, which is set to be inaugurated in February of next year.
The world’s best low-cost airline – which recently closed November as the month with the highest total passengers flown in 2022 – rolls out its 12.12 Holideals as it is set to end the year with a high load factor of 90 percent for domestic and 80 percent for international. Key drivers of the airline’s high year-end load factor are its Manila-Caticlan, Manila-Cebu, Manila-Bangkok, and Manila-Incheon routes. AirAsia Philippines expects full operational recovery from the pandemic in the first half of 2023 as it reactivates more of its fleet, grows its flight frequency, and expands its route network.
AirAsia Philippines Chief Executive Officer Ricky Isla shares: “We are determined to support the travel demand this holiday season going into 2023 with the attainable fares and world-class service our company is known for globally. We are thankful for the trust and confidence invested in us by our guests, which enabled us to end 2022 as the strongest we’ve been in the past two years.”
The AirAsia 12.12 Holideals also features discounts as high as 69 percent for bookings with hotels present on the airasia Super App. Guests booking stays from January 10 to June 30, 2023, may check out Crimson Resort and Spa Boracay, Quest Hotel and Conference Center Cebu, Tides Hotel Boracay, and many more on the Asean Super App.
AirAsia flights departing and arriving from Caticlan and Cebu will operate at NAIA Terminal 3 starting December 16
Guests are reminded that all AirAsia flights departing and arriving in Manila to and from Caticlan and Cebu shall be operated at Ninoy Aquino International Airport Terminal 3 beginning December 16, 2022. This transfer is in anticipation of peak foot traffic coming end-year.