PROMO: 16 Pesos Fare from AirAsia!

Here's one good news to cheer up your weekend. Low-cost airline Air Asia Philippines announced a a new promo offering as low as 16 pesos base fare on select domestic and international destinations. The 16 pesos is actually for flights coming off from Clark International Airport to Kalibo and Davao. But aside from that, there are also other low-cost promo fares. Please see the table below for the complete list.


The promo period for this promo is from May 7, 2018 to January 31, 2019. The promo period is from November 13 to 19, 2017.
Here's the complete list of destination/routes under this promo:


Promo Fare
Route
16 Pesos
Clark to Kalibo or Davao
201 Pesos
Manila to Kalibo, Iloilo,Cebu, or Tagbilaran
216 Pesos
Davao to Cebu, Kalibo, Manila, or Puerto Princesa
316 Pesos
Cebu to Kalibo, Davao, Taipei or Singapore
1290 Pesos
Manila to Kota Kinabalu, Taipei, Macau, Ho Chi Minh

Tickets can be booked from their website AirAsia.com.




Note: The amount mentioned above are exclusive of  Domestic Passenger Service Charge, Web Admin Fee/Booking Processing Fee and Country Specific Charges/taxes.


AirAsia BIG Loyalty Members Get to Book A Day Ahead

Here's one thing you can do to be able to increase your chances of finding the cheap ticket you need: be an AirAsia BIG member. It is AirAsia's reward system. It's easy to register, just visit airasia website and click/tap on the login/sign-up link/button. With that, you will be able to book the above promo fares ahead of non-members.

Fly to Taipei without Visa

Manila or Cebu to Taipei is just 316 and 1290 pesos respectively. This is a very good offer since starting this month, regular Philippine passport holders can now enter the island -state of Taiwan visa-free. According to Taiwanese authorities in Manila, the visa-free policy is under trial until July 31, 2018, which overlaps with the travel period of the promo shown above.

Among the places to visit in Taiwan include the Taipei 101, Chiang Kai-shek Memorial Hall, Sun Yat-sen Memorial Hall and  National and  Revolutionary Martyrs' Shrine.

Taipei 101. Image by Alton Thompson - 2007, GFDLLink


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