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AirAsia offers P1 seat sales until Nov. 14

AIR passengers now have a chance to travel to and from Manila to all AirAsia Philippines (Z2) destinations like Bohol, Boracay, Cebu, Davao, Iloilo, General Santos City, Puerto Princesa and Zamboanga for only P1.

Air Asia spokesman Steve Dailisan said that the promo can be used beginning today until November 14, 2021.

“Fly Safe & Save” P1SO seat sale offers passengers a one-way base fare of P1. This promo gives travelers an affordable option, as they only pay the minimum for the tickets with the freedom to choose when and where to fly, giving them full control of their purchase. In these challenging times, AirAsia recognizes the need for big savings, great value for money, and most importantly flexibility of travel time, especially for essential travelers, those working in the frontlines combating COVID-19, and those with future leisure travels,” added Dalisan.

Pandemic or not, he said that low fares have always been rooted in AirAsia’s DNA, adding: “Whatever they save from the airfare can be used for the RT-PCR test and other travel requirements and expenses.”

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Leisure travelers can also avail of this promo to regain their summer travel plans during the first week of May, marking the start of the festivities in most provincial destinations like Bohol, Davao and Iloilo.

“Fly Safe & Save” P1SO seat sale is available when you book through the airasia super app or via airasia.com from 12-18 April 2021. We know that the present health restrictions are temporary. In the meantime, we appeal that you stay safe, and strictly observe all health protocols so that we can all paint the skies red soon,” Dailisan added.

On top of the P1SO seat sale, he said their guests can also enjoy a 20 percent discount on add on pre-booked baggage and seats during this week. Pre-booking of baggage, seats, and meals may be done via the ‘My Bookings’ tab on airasia.com or the airasia super app at least 4 hours ahead of departure. #

Publication Source :    People's Tonight