Showing posts with label Air Asia. Show all posts
Showing posts with label Air Asia. Show all posts

AirAsia all set to take part in the massive efforts of transporting COVID-19 vaccines

AirAsia recently secured a regulatory approval from the Civil Aviation Authority of the Philippines (CAAP) on the transportation of COVID-19 vaccines packed in dry ice, allowing the airline to participate in the largest humanitarian effort of bringing hope to various destinations in the Philippines.

The authorization from CAAP came just in time for the expected arrival of the bulk of vaccines from Sinovac BioTech, Gamaleya Institute and Pfizer-BioNTech in the coming weeks and months.

AirAsia secures COVID-19 vaccines for Filipino Allstars; encourages everyone to take the shot

Ready for a strong return of demand in air travel, and true to its core value of putting people first, AirAsia is set to inoculate 1,500+ Filipino Allstars against COVID-19 starting next month.

AirAsia has identified its priority list which includes  frontliner Allstars, such as ground staff, pilots, cabin crew and others who have direct engagements with its guests.

This initiative comes as a step towards rebuilding confidence among passengers highlighting the highest standards on safety and customer service.

AirAsia partnered with government agencies and private entities to secure the initial doses for those included in the priority lists. 

In an internal survey conducted by its People and Culture Department, a vast majority, or 92 percent of the respondents, have expressed their willingness to be vaccinated.

Let Me Just Say #ThankYou For Everything This Season!

I say #ThankYou for new adventures!
If we felt last year was a year of challenges and grief, but we can look with hope and optimism. Believe me, I have been through so many moments of both good and bad. Looking back, we can actually say that we are thankful for everything that comes our way.

I have written so many posts when I was down, heartbroken, and angry. Despite the emotions in my writing, I rarely delete them because I can read them again and feel it with a different perspective. And this has been my mantra with what goes on with my life.

Whatever storms we face, time can bring us to an era of peace and we will be thankful for the lessons and emotions we felt during those days. 

Now I am in another phase of life which I can say the year I am very grateful. Not many would know that I have been working step by step to get my degree and in 2016 I finished it and will be joining the graduation ceremonies this 2017.

Last Call for Entries for the AirAsia Travel Photographer 2016!

Don’t miss this chance to become this year’s AirAsia Travel Photographer!

Sign up now for the chance to fly one of AirAsia’s exotic destinations and win as much as 200,000 AirAsia BIG Points.

Now on its second year, AirAsia’s photo contest is getting bigger and more exciting! The top 6 finalists will get a chance to fly to one of AirAsia's exciting destinations to compete in a series of challenges with the winner receiving as much as 200,000 AirAsia BIG Points convertible to flights to any AirAsia destination, a vacation package and a lot of other exciting gifts from our partner brands.

Joining is easy. Simply log on to, fill up the form and upload three (3) of your best photographs. 20 semi-finalists will be selected and will be asked to present their works to a panel of judges represented by Nachi Ugarte, Creative Director and co-founder of Grid Magazine; Wawi Navarroza, Artist, Photographer and founder of ThousandfoldPH and Jacob Maentz, American Documentary Photographer from Cebu.

LakBayan: Helps Passengers of Cancelled Flights

Here’s great news for travelers! Murang Lipad, a division of Triplestar Travel & Tours, announced that it is offering flight reservation assistance to passengers affected by flight cancellations. It services ticket reservation of all major carriers in the Philippines, particularly Tiger Air, Cebu Pacific, Philippine Airlines, Air Asia and Jetstar.  

To avail of specialized travel assistance, passengers may call the reservations hotline at 849-0100. They may also call Murang Lipad for free by visiting and clicking the WebTalk Button. Office hours are extended from 8:00 AM to 8:00 PM daily to accommodate travel needs of affected passengers.

Meet And Greet #TheApprenticeAsia Contenders!

First of all congratulations to Jonathan Yabut for being hired by Mr. Tony Fernandes of AirAsia as the first Asian Apprentice! It was indeed a tough and challenging season of the first season featuring Asian Tycoon Tony Fernandes. It was a though call for the two remaining contestants Andrea Leh from Singapore and Jonathan from the Philippines. But Mr. Fernandes explained all his reasons on why he or she should Thehire him/her. show may have come to a close but #‎TheApprenticeAsia‬ fever continues with the contestants flying to Manila to see you all tomorrow LIVE Aug 1 @11am at New Orleans in High Street, Fort Bonifacio! 

Drop by and have a chat or snap a pic with them! 

Support #TeamPH for The Apprentice Asia

The Apprentice has been known in reality TV as the toughest arena of the best of the best businessmen and women that will be given the chance to work with the most valuable yet strict bosses of the top companies in the world for example like Donald Trump who hosts the US version.

This year, its Asia's turn to search for the worthy apprentice of Asia's business tycoon Tony Fernandes of Air Asia. 12 contestants from all over Asia including 2 Pinoys were short listed and go head to head to be the victor of the very first Apprentice Asia produced and shown on AXN Asia. And to be part of this show is far more challenging than finding a needle in a haystack, for more than 30,000 applicants all over Asia, trimmed thousands off until the semifinalist also went through interviews and also isolation in preparation   as if when you find the needle you will also to get yourself through the needle hole.

ZestAir rolls out P1 fare promo

Piso fares for Manila to KL, Kota Kinabalu, Shanghai, Puerto Princesa, Kalibo, Iloilo, Tagbilaran, Bacolod, Davao, Cebu and CDO are up for grabs now until May 12

Zest Air today launched its P1 fare promo for all flights from Manila to international and domestic destinations.  With the Piso Fare Promo, travelers who book via or starting today until May 12 can now fly direct from Manila to Kuala Lumpur, Kota Kinabalu, Shanghai, Puerto Princesa, Kalibo (Boracay), Iloilo,  Tagbilaran, Bacolod, Davao, Cebu and Cagayan De Oro for only one peso base fare.

Travel period for the one-peso promo starts on May 10, 2013 to April 30, 2014 giving travelers the option to plan for their Christmas and next year’s summer vacation as early as now. 

New Zest Air flights from Manila to Kuala Lumpur, Kota Kinabalu and Bacolod will commence on May 10, 2013 while Manila to Cagayan de Oro starts on June 15, 2013. 

LAKBAYAN: Philippines’ AirAsia introduces new customer-friendly services with new hotline and cash payment partners

Philippines’ AirAsia, the low cost carrier with the youngest fleet, today announced significant changes in its customer call center. Starting February 25, Philippines’ AirAsia’s new customer hotline number will be 742ASIA or 742.27.42.
“To provide optimum customer care service for our guest, AirAsia is launching two new significant innovations. We have a new customer hotline that is easy to remember and we are also rolling out our cash payment partner with 7-Eleven store for our passengers who want to avail of our online promo and other privileges but would like to pay in cash instead of using their credit cards,” AirAsia Inc. Commercial head Freddy Herrera said.

AirAsia’s payment partner service provides the convenience of using cash when paying for AirAsia promo fares and other online purchases at