Good news! AirAsia is increasing its domestic flight services by offering 20% off on all seats for all domestic flights. Bookings are available from now until August 9 on airasia.com and the AirAsia mobile app for the travel period from August 17 to December 6.
Guests can enjoy greater savings through SNAP, which offers an extra 25% off on flights with the best price guaranteed flight + hotel combos, including return flight tickets and 3 days, 2 nights hotel stay. Fly and stay at Langkawi Vivanta Resort, Penang Prestige Hotel and much more.
Riad Asmat, CEO of AirAsia Malaysia, said air travel is still a crucial mode of connectivity in these times.
“We are seeing encouraging numbers of domestic travellers, with more than 500,000 seats sold throughout the whole of July especially with the peak travel period for the Hari Raya Aidiladha holidays last weekend. We are offering 20% off all seats, all flights within Malaysia, ensuring that everyone can continue to travel affordably” , he said.
Other than holidays, the timing for this promo is actually pretty good for university students, parents and lecturers who need to travel for their upcoming semester.
But be reminded that the pandemic is still around so AirAsia encourages all guests to be vigilant and follow all safety measures, such as wearing face masks, sanitising and washing their hands regularly and arriving at the airport at least three hours prior to their scheduled departure.
If travel plan changes, don’t worry as AirAsia also provides enhanced flexibility for guests traveling up to December 31 where they can change their flight dates at any time without any flight change fees.
AirAsia assures that our passengers’ health and wellbeing is always our overriding concern. In addition to complying with government and health authorities’ advice and regulations, AirAsia has also implemented end-to-end contactless procedures and a series of new security measures, and has taken care of those most at risk to ensure the safety of all traveling guests.
Click on the link to learn more about everything AirAsia is doing to keep their flights safe for everyone.