In celebration of the 124th Philippine Independence Day, AirAsia Philippines rolls out its 6.6 FREEDOM SALE allowing more Filipinos to win back their travel plans with loved ones, friends and family.
6.6 FREEDOM SALE allows guests to book a flight to their favorite local destinations such as Cebu, Zamboanga, Davao, Kalibo, Cagayan De Oro, Puerto Princesa, Tagbilaran, and the recently launched route, Dumaguete for PHP 66 one-way base fare only. International travelers meanwhile may get a 10% discount on any international destination when they use the promo code FREEDOM upon booking via airasia Super App. AirAsia Philippines currently flies to Kota Kinabalu, Malaysia every Monday and Friday, and to Hong Kong every Saturday. The airline is set to resume its flights to Seoul, South Korea on June 14, with a tri-weekly flight schedule.
AirAsia Philippines Spokesperson and Head of Communications & Public Affairs Steve Dailisan shares: “This year’s independence day theme is very fitting on steering a clear path away from turbulent skies. And AirAsia is very much committed to being there for every Filipino who continues to embrace the challenges of a new beginning by allowing them to travel freely by offering the best value for money deals.
The 6.6 Freedom Sale lasts until the Philippines Independence Day celebration on June 12. The booking period is from June 06 to June 12, 2022 for travels happening between August 01 to December 08, 2022.
“We also invite our Kababayans to take a chance on exploring and experiencing what the Philippines has to offer. We can all be part of our tourism’s recovery by supporting local – helping our fellow Filipinos, who are dependent on tourism, to free themselves from the challenges posed by the pandemic,” Dailisan adds.
The world’s best low-cost carrier has recorded triple-digit growth in total pax flown at 306% growth from January to April 2022 versus the same period last year. It is also very aggressive in expanding its local network to support and sustain demand – growing its domestic routes to 16 with the addition of Roxas City on June 16.