Great news once again from the World’s Best Low Cost Carrier! Coming off the heels of their recent “I Love ASEAN” aircraft livery unveiling, AirAsia flew its maiden flight from Manila to Ho Chi Minh today with send-off ceremonies held at NAIA (Ninoy Aquino International Airport) Terminal 3, hosted by yours truly and led by AirAsia Philippines CEO Captain Dexter Comendador with His Excellency Ly Quoc Tuan, Ambassador of Viet Nam to the Philippines, as keynote speaker.
This further strengthens the airline’s commitment as a truly Asean carrier.
Great news for travelers and those seeking more travel options!
You’d be glad to know that our favorite airline has made good on their promise of more flights and the relentless pursuit of customer convenience and satisfaction.
Following through on AirAsia’s commitment to return to Clark International Airport, the world’s best low cost airline marked its Clark comeback today with their first flight to Kalibo departing on time at 1:35PM, carrying more than 160 passengers.
Summer is upon us! And what better way to enjoy the heat of the sun than by heading off to one of the best islands in the world — Boracay!
You’d be glad to know that our favorite (and world’s best) low cost airline — AirAsia — will allow guests traveling to Boracay this summer to enjoy more connectivity to the island with two new direct flights from Manila to Caticlan airport daily.
More great news from our favorite airline carrier!
AirAsia today announced it will reconnect flights from Clark International Airport in Pampanga with four nights weekly to Davao starting 22 April. The airline which has been awarded the World’s Best Low Cost Carrier for eight consecutive years has earlier said It will also restart Clark-Kalibo flights on 27 March.
Great news!!! AirAsia, the World’s Best Low Cost Carrier for seven consecutive years, is now offering direct flights from Manila to Shanghai starting June 10, 2016 with all-in promotional fares starting from as low as P2,888 only.
AND YOU CAN GET TO EXPERIENCE FLYING DIRECTLY TO SHANGHAI FROM MANILA FOR FREE! Read on to know more about my trip to Shanghai giveaway below.
According to Philippines AirAsia’s Commercial Head Gerard Peñaflor, they are thrilled to re-connect Manila-Shanghai to boost tourism and trade between both countries and in anticipation of the formal opening of Shanghai Disneyland in June. They are offering exciting promo fares for Filipinos to fully enjoy this magical place that so many people have been raving about.
Traveling, as merry and exciting as it sounds, can also be quite stressful. The act of traveling itself, I mean. As enjoyable as it may be to explore new sights and discover new things, the first thing one needs to deal with is “getting there”. And though I have always been one who believes that half the fun of a trip is the travel itself, it becomes all the more delightful when the voyage is worry-free. That’s why it’s always a joy to discover new travel options that combine affordability and pleasant service.
During my recent trip to Batanes, I had the opportunity to experience flying via SkyJet Airlines.
You’ve probably already heard of AirAsia. It’s quite impossible not to know this airline especially if you’re like me who’s always on the lookout for the best airfare deals out there.
AirAsia, regarded as “The World’s Best Low Cost Airline”, has always been one of the most trusted names in the business especially when affordability without compromising quality comes to mind.
My question now is this… is it possible for the “world’s best low cost airline” to get any better than they already are? Apparently, YES! Because something that has been a long time coming has finally happened… and I was invited to Murray’s New Orleans Bourbon Street Steaks and Oysters to hear the wonderful news firsthand!
Guess what? ZestAir is now flying with AirAsia! The Civil Aeronautics Board (CAB) approved “AirAsia Zest” as the new brand name of Zest Airways, Inc. CAB also approved the new logo of Zest Airways, Inc., wherein the Zest name has been incorporated into the iconic red hot circle, which is the signature logo of AirAsia.
Following this approval, the airline is currently updating its records with the Civil Aviation Authority of the Philippines (CAAP) to include the new business name “AirAsia Zest” in its permits with CAAP.
Our next destination… the busy, crowded, festive and restaurant-riddled street of Jalan Alor.
This is one long strip of road that seems to never sleep at night. The entire stretch of Jalan Alor is lined with all sorts of food stalls, with tables and chairs that overflow from their respective restos and stretch out to the sidewalk and practically takes up almost a third of the street itself. If you’re into ihaw-ihaw and al fresco dining, this is the spot to hit.
If you’re familiar with banchetto, imagine that but a couple of times bigger. Best to dress down and dig in when you’re here! Just be sure to keep your wallet and valuables close to you. I enjoyed this place a whole lot! Good food, awesome crowd, party atmosphere… it’s just very Pinoy, me thinks!
Our first stop along the way was the new National Palace of Malaysia called, Istana Negara.
To say that Istana Negara is BIG is an understatement. Huge does not even come close to describing the place. Istana Negara is absofrickinlutely massive! You’ve got to be there to actually realize how vast and overwhelming the National Palace is.
After a good number of “Look! I’ve been here!” photos all over the outer grounds of the palace including some fun pics with the palace guards, we left Istana Negara to have late lunch. Yipee!
Though lunch was a tad late, it was very filling as much as it was fulfilling! Truly, much of a people’s culture and heritage can be learned through their food. And if eating is learning, then this particular lunch can be likened to a whole day lecture! I believe I ate more than my usual. Thank, God, I brought my stash of Carbtrim to even out the carbs I took in. *burp!*