It’s raining free tickets! AirAsia is giving away 50 lakh free domestic and international tickets to its customers. Here’s everything we know about it. By Nishtha Grover
Asia’s leading low-cost airline AirAsia gives everyone a reason to fly. To celebrate the return to normal travel and boost tourism, AirAsia is giving away 50 lakh free tickets available on the airline’s website and app.
The free seats went on sale on September 19 and an announcement was made on the company’s website. The free tickets are only available until September 25th. The free tickets are valid for flights between January 1, 2023 and October 28, 2023. Seats are available for domestic flights through the Association of Southeast Asian Nations (ASEAN). and also to more distant destinations.
ASEAN includes – Cambodia, Brunei, Indonesia, Myanmar, Malaysia, Laos, Singapore, the Philippines, Thailand and Vietnam.
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How to use AirAsia’s free tickets
The free tickets can be booked on both AirAsia’s website and app. The travelers just need to click on the flight icon and select dates to get the free tickets.
Destinations for which the free tickets can be purchased include direct flights from Bangkok (Suvarnabhumi) to Krabi and Phuket and direct flights from Bangkok (Don Mueang) to Chiang Mai, Sakon Nakorn, Nakorn Srithammarat, Krabi, Phuket, Nha Trang, Luang Prabang, Mandalay, Phnom Penh, Penang and many more.
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According to a report by mintAirAsia Group Chief Commercial Officer Karen Chan said: “We want to thank our loyal passengers who have got our backs through thick and thin with the largest FREE Seats* campaign yet. Not only have we reintroduced many of our popular routes, but we are also introducing new and exciting routes for more value and choice.”
It continued, “This special sale has also been put together to celebrate our 21st birthday and the gradual reopening of borders around the world, and with it all we encourage everyone to take advantage of our big sale and our commitment to making air travel always accessible.” Everyone. As always, we anticipate that the cheapest fares will sell out quickly, so we urge price seekers to hop in quickly.”
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