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AirAsia rolls out P13 fare promo from Clark



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MANILA, Philippines – Philippines’ AirAsia unveiled on Sunday  its P13 travel treats promo fare for all international and domestic destinations starting November 26, 2012 until December 02, 2012.

“AirAsia is setting off the fireworks for 2013 this November by offering a 13-peso promo to all our red hot destinations including seats to our newest routes from Clark International Airport to Taipei, Singapore and Hong Kong,” Freddy Herrera, AirAsia Inc. Commercial Head, said in  a statement.

Promo seats for Clark International Airport to Taipei, Hong Kong, Singapore, Kuala Lumpur, Kota Kinabalu, Davao and Kalibo (Boracay) are up for grabs via AirAsia’s website www.airasia.com from November 26 to December 02, 2012.

The travel period, the statement said, will be from December 03, 2012 to March 31, 2013.

Passengers may also book their flights via AirAsia’s new and improved mobile apps, which are available for download at Apple’s App Store for iPhone, Google’s Play Store for Android phones, or at mobile.airasia.com for WAP enabled phones.

And those from Metro Manila may avail the promo through AirAsia Travel & Service Centers (ATSC) located in SM North EDSA in Quezon City and in Mall of Asia in Pasay City.

Passengers from Pampanga and nearby provinces in Central Luzon may visit ATSC in Barangay Malabanias, Angeles City, Pampanga while Davao guests, AirAsia said, may visit ATSC in Gaisano Mall.

“This holiday season, our guests can choose from AirAsia’s extensive network spanning across 85 destinations in 24 countries in Asia and Australia,” Herrera said.

“So whether they want a winter Christmas in Taipei or spend the wildest New Year merrymaking in Singapore or have an all-day beach party in Boracay, AirAsia will take them there with our super low fares, reliable and on-time service,”  he added.


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  • rem1911

    Be careful, don’t be fooled, AIRASIA will sell that tickets but then when your schedule is near they will cancel the flights. Was a victim of AIRASIA…

    • http://twitter.com/Sizzle75Ian ian martinez

      Yes they do that, have a very cheap sale for flights a long time in the future knowing that they will already cancel the route. That way, they keep your money in their bank acount eliberately, but at least they don’t go bust and leave you stranded. If the route is cancelled, you get your money back eventually, but it is best to switch to another flight on the same route after the route cancellation announcement and before it is cancelled.
      They only cancel routes that are not profitable, of course. 95% of AirAsia’s flights give you bargain prices and a punctual, clean plane with attractive stewards and stewardesses, but if you have any problems, then there will be big problems trying to get customer service or your money back.
      But I am a big fan of AA, i can remember the time when PAL had a monopoly and operated half full, very expensive flights. Now the LowCostAirlines are the best, most profitable airlines.
      90 minutes to go before the sale commences, tick, tick, tick



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