Here are the latest AirAsia Philippines promo for 2021 to 2022 travel. Carefully view important details below including the selling period, travel dates, destinations & where to book.
Destinations include Manila, Davao, Kalibo, Iloilo, Cebu, Clark, Puerto Princesa, Caticlan, Kuala Lumpur and 5 more places.
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AirAsia Philippines International
Bali Bangkok Busan Guangzhou Ho Chi Minh Hong Kong Kuala Lumpur Macau Seoul Shanghai Singapore Taipei
AirAsia Philippines Domestic
Bohol Boracay Cagayan de Oro Cebu Clark Davao Iloilo Kalibo Manila Palawan Puerto Princesa Tacloban
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AirAsia is the go-to airline for many people who frequently travel around Asia, particularly in Southeast Asia, East Asia, and South Asia. This budget airline is famous for offering very cheap airfares.
Knowing that they operate one of the largest flight networks in the region, AirAsia should definitely be one of the first places you should check for seat sales.
Book cheap AirAsia flights during promotions
The cheapest AirAsia flights can be booked during a "red hot sale", which may also be called as "BIG sale", "free seats promo" or "zero fares."
In the Philippines, the best promotions are called "piso fare" promos.
These ultra-cheap flight sales only happen a few times a year. So, book fast because seats get sold out quickly.
Don't worry, you can still find affordable AirAsia flights on its more frequent promotions that are scheduled regularly, at least once every week.
AirAsia website — Most promotions are posted on airasia.com. This is where you should start your search.
AirAsia newsletter — Sign-up to the airline newsletter if you want to get updated with the latest announcements by email. You can do this by creating an account on airasia.com.
AirAsia social media accounts — Promo updates are also posted frequently on the airlines' official social media accounts. Make sure to check and follow AirAsia on Facebook & Twitter.
AirAsia Big frequent flyer program — Enjoy exclusive seat sales by signing up to AirAsia Big, the airline's frequent flyer program.
Detourista promo alerts — Save time by checking Philippine Airlines promo fares posted here on the blog. Promo alerts are shared here to provide one easy place to get updates from Philippine Airlines as well as other major airlines and travel sites.
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While waiting for the next seat sale, here are tips you can follow right now.
1. Subscribe to promo alerts — Sign-up to Philippine Airlines's newsletter & follow the airlines' social media accounts (see the list above for the links).
Save time by checking promo alerts on Detourista. Make sure to subscribe to the email alerts to get notified of future promotions from Cebu Pacific and other major airlines in the Philippines.
2. Search airfare comparison sites — These sites offer an easy way to check & compare fares from multiple airlines in one search. Click below to start:
3. Check cheap flights on similar airlines — Don't forget to check cheap flights & seat sales offered by other airlines. For Philippines flights, you might want to check Cebu Pacific, AirAsia, Scoot, & Jetstar.
AirAsia is one of the world's most popular budget airlines that offer cheap flights to over 125 destinations in 25 countries.
AirAsia flies extensively in Asia, particularly to/from major cities and popular tourist gateways in Southeast Asia, Southeast Asia, East Asia, South Asia, Middle East, & Oceania.
Its flights are operated by a group of airlines that includes AirAsia Malaysia (AirAsia Berhad) and a number of subsidiary airlines based in the Philippines, Thailand, Indonesia, Vietnam, India, and Japan.
AirAsia Philippines serves flights to 11 destinations in the Philippines including Manila, Cebu, Clark, and Boracay, and Kalibo. It may not serve as many destinations in the country as Cebu Pacific and Philippine Airlines, but it does offer international flights to/from Kalibo, Cebu, and Clark, which could be convenient alternatives if you're flying in or out of the country.
Destinations include Manila, Davao, Kalibo, Iloilo, Cebu, Clark, Puerto Princesa, Cagayan de Oro, Bacolod and 4 more places.
Destinations include Manila, Davao, Iloilo, Cebu, Clark, Puerto Princesa, Singapore, Caticlan, Kuala Lumpur and 4 more places.
Destinations include Manila, Kalibo, Iloilo, Cebu, Clark, Puerto Princesa, Hong Kong, Cagayan de Oro, Caticlan and 4 more places.
Destinations include Manila, Davao, Kalibo, Iloilo, Cebu, Clark, Tacloban, Puerto Princesa, Hong Kong and 27 more places.
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