AirAsia Philippines Holds P1 Fare Sale To Celebrate Half A Billion Passengers

Flights as low as P1 can get you to both local and international destinations.

Fly as low as P1!

To celebrate 500 million passengers, Malaysian low-cost airline AirAsia will hold a “piso-fare” sale which is one of the lowest amounts in Philippine currency. It will be effective on flights between November 1, 2018 to August 13, 2019

The sale will be from May 21 until May 27. Passengers who will avail the sale can fly from Manila, Davao, Cebu, and Clark to Philippine destinations such as Puerto Princesa and Davao, and international countries such as Singapore, Ho Chi Minh in Vietnam, and Kuala Lumpur in Malaysia.

In the Facebook page of AirAsia Philippines, those who wish to book a flight are directed to its website.

Fly to your dream destinations with AirAsia’s #REDHotPisoSale! Fly with our low fares from as low as PHP 1 BASE FARE to…

Posted by AirAsia on Friday, May 18, 2018

The post quickly gained a lot of likes, shares, and comments which composed of Facebook users tagging their friends and relatives to see the sale. The airline is expected to have a lot of customers avail the sale because it’s the month of summer vacation and is the peak season of flight airlines.

AirAsia is known for its low-cost flights. It also had its major dropdown sale last year with the name: Red Hot Sale. It was composed of flights as low as P17 but excluded additional fees and taxes. Those who availed the flight sale last year can travel to/from Manila, Clark, Cebu, Davao, Palawan, Bohol, Kalibo, Caticlan/Boracay, Tacloban, and Iloilo. International flights were also sold from P1,290 but still exclued additional tax and fees, can travel from the Philippines to Taipei, Kuala Lumpur, Kota Kinabalu, Incheon/Seoul, Canton/Guangzhou, Shanghai, Macau, Singapore, and Hong Kong.

AirAsia Philippines was the former Zest Airways Inc. Its original group are: Antonio O. Cojuangco, Jr and Michael L. Romero. Zest Airways rebranded as AirAsia Zest and used to be a seperate brand from AirAsia until it merged into Philippines AirAsia last January 2016.

AirAsia Philippines had a celebration launch last June 2012. To see what happened, you can watch the Youtube clip below.

Source: AirAsia Philippines Youtube Channel