500 million passengers celebrated by AirAsia with Php1-seat promo

One peso flights are very popular in the Philippines. Every year people book their flights ahead of time, preparing for the summer vacation the next year. Boracay is known for being the regular destination for these Php1 seat flights. If you’re looking forward to booking an astounding deal of a very cheap flight for a vacation, this article is for you. AirAsia has recently reached a milestone of 500 million passengers transported, along with the announcement of having a sale of flights that cost only a peso. Just in time to celebrate their half a billion passengers, they released tickets on sale.

Passengers can fly the promo flights within November 1, 2018, to August 13, 2019, which they can book from May 21 to 27. The passengers who will take advantage of this sale can choose the date of flight from a window of approximately 10 months.

Fortunately, there are various airports for departure and a few airports that include international destinations. Manila, Davao, Cebu, and Clark are the places where passengers able to grab the sale can depart from. Both local and international destinations can also be availed like Ho Chi Minh in Vietnam, Malaysia’s Kuala Lumpur, Singapore and our very own Puerto Princesa and Davao.

Those are just a few of the destinations included in this promotion. To know more and to know all, you can visit their website or their Facebook page.

AirAsia has traveled half a billion passengers to 130 different destinations as stated on their Facebook page. Their marketing strategy for this promo event used the hashtag #halfabillion and they have established a website for future revelations and shocking announcements. So, stay tuned to their website and Facebook page for updates if you want to be first in line to avail their promo deals.

Looking for a cheap flight to visit your dream tourist spots? Or do you want to go back somewhere you’ve been? If so, now is the time to fly because AirAsia’s promotion is still on going. Grab a ticket now while you still can.

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