Up to 50% off on all AirAsia destinations

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Fly for less with up to half off on all destinations across AirAsia’s extensive network covering more than 120 destinations in Asia Pacific, the Middle East and the US.

For flights to/from the Philippines, AirAsia is offering promo seats of up to 50% off for flights from Kalibo/Boracay to Davao and Cebu including flights from Manila to Kalibo/Boracay, Kuala Lumpur and Taipei.

AirAsia promo seats are available for booking now until 21 May 2017 for travel between 5 September 2017 and 8 February 2018 on airasia.com or AirAsia mobile app to enjoy these low fares.*

Also up for grabs are AirAsia flights to exciting destinations such as from Kuala Lumpur to Langkawi, Singapore, Pattaya, Boracay, Hanoi, Shantou, Jakarta, Shenzhen, Macao, Luang Prabang and Bhubaneswar or travel to even further destinations such as Kuala Lumpur to Sydney, Melbourne, Shanghai, Beijing, Maldives, and many more.

In addition to discounted fares, guests can also enjoy up to 50% off when they choose their preferred seating using AirAsia’s Pick A Seat product.**

Pick A Seat allows guests to choose where they sit, whether it is by the window or aisle, a Hot Seat for priority boarding and extra legroom or to keep a travel party together.

AirAsia X, the long haul affiliate of AirAsia, guests can also opt for the Quiet Zone for peace or a Premium Flatbed, which comes with complimentary 40kg baggage allowance and many more benefits. Additionally, Premium Flatbed guests flying from Kuala Lumpur and get to access AirAsia Premium Red Lounge for free!

AirAsia Group Chief Commercial Officer Siegtraund Teh said, “We always strive to offer the best value, and we are confident our guests will appreciate this winning combination of low fares and affordable assigned seating that will allow them to fly farther and with greater comfort.”

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