Do you fly via AirAsia? If you do (or if you plan to very soon), then I’ve got great news for you! Your holidays with AirAsia are about to get a whole lot better! AirAsia BIG members will enjoy more perks, including instant discounts, when they book flights directly on airasia.com or via the AirAsia app. And signing up for an AirAsia BIG membership is absolutely free and easy! There’s no better time to sign up for an AirAsia BIG membership than NOW! Woohoo! Read more
Dubbed the “Oscars of the Aviation Industry”, the Skytrax Awards are the global benchmark of airline excellence with over 20.36 million customers surveyed worldwide by more than 105 nationalities, measuring standards across 49 key performance indicators of an airline’s frontline products and services.
When AirAsia won the World’s Best Low-Cost Airline award last year (2017) in Paris, France, I was fortunate to have been invited to join the AirAsia Philippines entourage to cover the awarding in the city of lights and love.
AirAsia moves international flights to new Terminal 2 in Mactan Cebu International Airport on July 1
AirAsia is transferring its international flights to the brand new Terminal 2 of Mactan Cebu International Airport (MCIA) in Cebu, Philippines, effective July 1, 2018.
Commenting on the new terminal, AirAsia Philippines CEO Captain Dexter Comendador said, “We are delighted to be moving to a new terminal, which will provide our guests with enhanced travel experience. The relocation to the new terminal also provides us with great capacity for long term growth and expansion in Cebu as AirAsia’s hub.”
More good news for travelers and frequent flyers! AirAsia, the world’s best low-cost airline and Filipino favorite, is bringing the world’s first ever Freedom Flyer Programme – designed to reward loyal guests with an easier, faster, and better way to earn AirAsia BIG Points – to the Philippines!
First launched in Malaysia, the overhauled loyalty program powered by AirAsia BIG Loyalty features a unique membership status system based how often guests fly, regardless of how much they spend on fares or how far they fly. Yup! That’s right! Your BIG Loyalty membership status is upgraded not based on the amount one spends on a flight but merely on the number of times one flies. The more you travel with AirAsia, the faster you will level up from Red to Gold, Platinum, and ultimately, Black. The higher the status, the more BIG Points you will earn, allowing you to fly farther to more than 130 destinations across Asia Pacific. Amazing, right?!
Would you believe? In just sixteen years, AirAsia has already flown over 500 million guests to over 130 destinations, many of which are unique destinations that only AirAsia flies to. Wow!
Truly a feat… and something worth celebrating!
Whether you want to experience the exciting nightlife, the fun Chatuchak market, or taking a quick roadtrip to nearby Pattaya, flying to Bangkok has never been easier and affordable! That’s because AirAsia is now flying direct from Manila to Bangkok, the capital city of Thailand! This further strengthens the airline’s commitment as a truly Asean carrier.
AirAsia flight Z2 287 with pilot-in-command AirAsia CEO Captain Dexter Comendador, left Manila’s NAIA Terminal 3 at 6:35PM in the evening of April 22, 2018 and arrived at Don Mueang Airport in Bangkok, Thailand at 8:50PM (local time).
If you haven’t been outside of Davao City, you haven’t really discovered the true beauty of this incredible province. Davao is one of those destinations that many of our tourists (and locals) should go out of their way to explore. Many will be pleasantly surprised to find out that there is much more to the Philippines than just the usual popular destinations we grown accustomed to visiting such as Boracay, Palawan and Siargao.
One such place is Mati in Davao Oriental. I had a wonderful time flying to Davao via AirAsia and visiting Mati with a couple of friends just a few weeks ago where we spent about two days taking in all its beauty and splendor. I had fun vlogging about my short trip there which I hope you will watch out for very soon on my YouTube channel and Facebook Page. Ahead of that, I’d like to share with you this quick photoblog, hoping it might tease you enough to encourage you and your friends (and maybe family) to see the place yourselves.
AirAsia and Chef JP Anglo introduces the Roasted Dalandan Chicken with Pimiento Sauce using Malagos chocolate!
Great news for foodies and travelers alike! If you love flying and enjoying delicious in-flight meals, you’re gonna love this bit of news I’ve got for you.
AirAsia guests will have a brand new meal to enjoy this summer. Yup! The airline voted the world’s best low cost carrier just recently introduced a special chocolate dish in collaboration with celebrity Chef JP Anglo and other exciting new products in its Santan in-flight menu, further enhancing AirAsia guests’ experiences on board.
I was fortunate to be a part of the group that witnessed the BIG reveal at Malagos Garden Resort in Davao just a few days ago.
So, ready to know what new gastronomic delight was announced during that evening?
Have you ever been to Bali, Indonesia? Well, it’s one of those places that truly never leave your heart once you’ve visited the place. From the food, to the beautiful sights and wonderful scenery, Bali is a place that makes for one great getaway destination. No wonder so many people include Bali as one of their must-visit tourist spots.
Lucky for us, Pinoys… we can now visit this breathtaking place and behold its beauty by flying direct from Manila to Bali via AirAsia. This is exactly what I recently did with a couple of friends and acquaintances and I’d like to share a few photos of our quick trip ahead of my full vlog (which will be posted on my YouTube channel and Facebook page) which is coming out very soon.
Enjoy my quick photoblog, folks!
If you’ve been following me on social media, you probably already know that I recently visited Ho Chi Minh City in Vietnam. I went there as part of an entourage that celebrated the launch of AirAsia’s direct flight from Manila to Ho Chi Minh.