AirAsia Philippines, Asia’s leading Low-Cost Airline, increases its readiness to fly Filipinos across the nation in time for All Souls and All Saints Day.
As of 16 October, more than 65,000 guests flying AirAsia have booked over 700 flights to different domestic destinations with travels scheduled between 28 October to 2 November as the nation enters one of the busiest seasons of the year. Top booked destinations this season include Caticlan, Cebu, Tagbilaran, Tacloban, Davao, Puerto Princesa, and Iloilo.
“We know how important this annual commemoration is to most Filipinos and AirAsia is more than ready to accommodate the greater influx of travelers during these times. We have enough manpower to meet increased operational requirements and augmented Customer Happiness helpdesks at the NAIA Terminal 2. Our guests can count on our very reliable Allstars team which observes the highest standards of safety inflight and on the ground. In fact, our On-Time-Performance over the past weeks registered a high of 97%.” AirAsia Philippines Communications and Public Affairs Country Head First Officer Steve Dailisan said.
“Additionally, to ensure the continued safety and swift travel of our guests, the airline continues to coordinate and align its efforts with our regulatory partners at the Department of Transportation (DOTr), the Manila International Airport Authority (MIAA), and the Civil Aviation Authority of the Philippines (CAAP),” Dailisan added.
To seamlessly facilitate convenience in air travel, AirAsia’s NAIA T2 home is equipped with 20 check-in counters. Guests may also opt to check-in via self-check-in kiosks or via airasia Superapp.
Planning ahead for the long weekend
Filipinos, however, are not confined to reunions and visiting relatives this Undas as AirAsia Philippines also noted an increase in international leisure travels this season, especially for Incheon, Taipei, Osaka, Hong Kong, Narita, and Bangkok.
“Apart from observing Undas, Filipinos are also taking advantage of the extended holiday slated from 31 October until 2 November and the low-fare promos AirAsia mounted during the previous months, with the 31st of October having been declared a special non-working holiday by Malcandang,” Dailisan shared.
To delight more guests to plan their future travels ahead, AirAsia Philippines is launching another round of PISO SALE from 16 to 25 October 2023 for domestic and international travel from 4 March 2024 to 19 March 2025.
AirAsia Philippines is also set to inaugurate its newest ticketing office at the NAIA Terminal 3 on Wednesday to better serve its guests.
In line with this year’s observance of All Saints and All Souls Day, and the long weekend, AirAsia reminds guests to allocate ample time before their estimated time of departure at the Ninoy Aquino International Airport (NAIA) Terminal 2 and 3 to make their flight more convenient and hassle-free.
Stay updated with the latest travel advisories, guidelines, and booking options through the airasia Superapp, its official website (www.airasia.com) and social media channels. Guests are also reminded to comply with the respective government regulations and travel requirements to ensure a smooth and hassle-free journey.