AirAsia announces new routes from Manila to Bali, Jakarta and Ho Chi Minh City

Ho Chi Minh City

Bali and Jakarta

AirAsia just launched it’s newest routes from Manila to Ho Chi Minh City, Bali and Jakarta today at Bawai’s Vietnamese Kitchen in BGC.

To celebrate the expansion of AirAsia’s ASEAN connectivity,  all-in promo fares are available from as low as P2,590 starting today until 22 October 2017 for travel period on 17 November 2017 to 30 April 2018 for Ho Chi Minh City.

AirAsia starts flying to Jakarta on 9 January and to Bali on 19 January 2018. You can now book your flights at airasia.comand via AirAsia’s mobile app or visit their partner travel agents.

AirAsia Philippines CEO Captain Dexter Comendador who was present during the launch said, “It is an exciting time for all of us in the Philippines as we continue to bring the country closer to our neighbouring cities within the Asean region and beyond via AirAsia’s inter-Asean connectivity and massive network.”

“AirAsia is the only airline that directly services all ten (10) Asean countries with established operations in the Philippines, Thailand, Indonesia, and Malaysia. The AirAsia Group carried 13.4 million people within ASEAN last year and we aim to continue delivering only the best service and widest connectivity.”

AirAsia’s Manila – Denpasar/Bali (IATA CODE: DPS) and Manila – Jakarta (IATA CODE: CGK) will operate daily starting January next year while Manila – Ho Chi Minh City/Saigon (IATA CODE: SGN) will commence on November 17 with flights every Tuesday, Friday, and Sunday.

Here are the flight schedules:

Manila (MNL) – Ho Chi Minh (SGN)

Manila (MNL) – Denpasar/Bali (DPS)

Manila (MNL) – Jakarta (CGK)

Keep updated with AirAsia’s latest promotion and activities via twitter (@AirAsiaFilipino), Facebook (facebook.com/AirAsiaPH) and on Instagram (@AirAsiaFilipino).

About AirAsia Philippines:

AirAsia Philippines is a wholly owned subsidiary of AirAsia Inc. which is a joint venture company among Filipino investors Antonio O. Cojuangco, former Ambassador Alfredo M. Yao, Michael L. Romero, Marianne B. Hontiveros, and Malaysia’s AirAsia Berhad.

AAP operates a fleet of 17 aircraft with domestic and international flights out of hubs in Manila, Cebu, and Kalibo.  The airline operates several flights to/from Manila, Davao, Cebu, Kalibo, Caticlan (Boracay), Tacloban, Tagbilaran (Bohol), Puerto Princesa (Palawan), Clark, and Iloilo in the Philippines with international flights to/from Shanghai, Taipei, Incheon (Seoul), Hong Kong, Macau, Kuala Lumpur, Kota Kinabalu, Guangzhou, Vietnam, Indonesia, and Singapore.

AAP is part of the AirAsia Group that has been awarded the World’s Best Low Cost Carrier for nine consecutive years running by Skytrax since 2009 to 2017.

About the AirAsia Group

AirAsia, the leading and largest low-cost carrier in Asia, services the most extensive network with over 120 destinations. Within 15 years of operations, AirAsia has carried over 350 million guests and grown its fleet from just two aircraft to over 170. The airline is proud to be a truly Asean (Association of Southeast Asian Nations) airline with established operations based in Malaysia, Indonesia, Thailand, Philippines, India and Japan, servicing a network stretching across all Asean countries and beyond. AirAsia was named the World’s Best Low Cost Airline in the annual World Airline Survey by Skytrax for nine consecutive years from 2009 – 2017. AirAsia is the first airline globally to collaborate with INTERPOL to implement the I-Checkit system to screen the passports of all its prospective passengers against information contained in the world police body’s Stolen and Lost Travel Documents (SLTD) database.

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  1. […] AirAsia, voted the World’s Best Low Cost Carrier for nine years running by Skytrax flew its maiden flight from Manila to Ho Chi Minh City last night at Ninoy Aquino International Airport Terminal 3. […]

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