AirAsia Is Offering Unlimited Flights for Just P6,599
If you ask AirAsia Philippines, domestic tourism will go back to pre-pandemic levels later this year.
“We’re expecting domestic tourism to be back in pre-COVID levels by the third quarter of 2022, which we are confident will be beneficial to our economic standing in general,” said Ricky Isla, CEO of AirAsia Philippines.
The airline cited the easing of travel restrictions as cases of COVID-19 continue their downward trajectory. This has led to an increase in demand for air travel, particularly to domestic destinations.
According to AirAsia Philippines, passengers have booked more than 300,000 domestic flights for the second quarter of the year alone.
Banking on this resurgence in travel, AirAsia has introduced its new product called Super+, a subscription plan that allows holders to book unlimited flights across all of AirAsia’s units in the Philippines, Malaysia, Thailand, and Indonesia.
Priced at P6,599 Super+ holders will no longer have to pay for their base fares when they book flights for up to one year. Instead, they just need to pay for taxes and other fees. The new product is similar to AirAsia’s previous promo called Asean Pass.
“The airasia Super+ plan comes at an opportune time,” Isla said. “It is now more than ever that we must support all globetrotters in their quest to be back on the road and to reconnect with the sights and adventures present in airasia destinations, most especially in the Philippines.”
Visit the AirAsia website for more information on AirAsia’s Super+.