AirAsia has confirmed plans to resume flights
between Manila and Saigon, and will also increase domestic
operations within Philippines.
The Saigon service, which will commence on 29
March 2020, will be AirAsia’s 16th international destination from
AirAsia Philippines CEO, Ricky Isla, said, “We are
pleased to announce our newest services to Ho Chi Minh city after
being held over for eight months. As an ASEAN airline, we aim to
increase regional connectivity and to provide more business and
leisure opportunities in Vietnam to our AirAsia guests.”
To celebrate the resumption of its Saigon flights,
AirAsia is offering all-in promotional fares from as low as P1,499
for BIG Loyalty Members from 24 to 27 February 2020, for
travel between 29 March 2020 and 30 September 2020.
will also launch a new route from Clark to Tagbilaran, and
increase the frequency of multiple existing domestic routes from
Clark and Cebu in time for the busy summer period.
The Clark-Tagbilaran route
complements AirAsia Philippine’s existing route to Bohol from
Manila. Flights to and from Bohol now operate at the Panglao
International Airport, replacing the old Tagbilaran airport.
The pristine beaches of Panglao are just 15 minutes away from the new airport.
Ricky Isla said, “Our new route
from Clark to Tagbilaran and increased flight frequencies to the
top summer destinations in Philippines are in support of the
Department of Tourism towards stimulating domestic travel and
encouraging everyone to explore our beautiful islands.”
celebrate this new route, AirAsia is offering all-in promotional
fares from Clark to Tagbilaran from as low as P990 for BIG Loyalty
Members and P1,057 for non-members from
24 February to 15 March 2020 for travel between 29 March to 30 September 2020.