AirAsia Philippines increases flight frequency for Holy Week
In anticipation of the influx of passengers next week, AirAsia Philippines is increasing their flight frequencies for the Lenten season and the rest of the month.
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In a press release, the carrier said it has increased the flight frequencies of a number of its local destinations.
Flights to Caticlan has increased from 34 to 41; Iloilo from 14 to 28; Tacloban from 23 to 28; Tagbilaran from 14 to 18. Weekly flights to Bacolod have been increased from 11 to 18; Puerto Princesa from nine to 10; Davao from 11 to 14; Cagayan from nine to 11; Kalibo from 11 to 18; and Cebu from 21 to 26.
“We recognize the significance of the Holy Week celebration for Filipinos. As our Catholic brothers and sisters observe this religious practice, we at AirAsia continue to offer a safe and attainable travel experience essential for those flying to their provinces this holiday season. We commit not only to the highest health standards, but also to the highest security protocols especially now that all destinations in the country have relaxed interzonal travel regulations,” AirAsia Philippines Head of Communication and Public Affairs and Spokesperson Steve Dailisan said.
“Our main goal in the gradual increase of our flight frequency is to offer our brand of inclusive flying to more Filipinos as we embark on our path to recovery. We are also excited as we will open our newest destinations – Dumaguete this week and our Roxas flights by June. 2022 indeed is the year of recovery not only for the aviation industry but also for all industries related to it,” he added.
AirAsia Philippines also reminded guests to be at the airport three hours before their flight to allot time for check-in procedures, advising them to download the airasia Super App for contactless facial check-in and boarding, and to maximize the capability of the travel and lifestyle app.