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Hot seats

Air Asia will allow travellers to purchase tickets from the Philippines to Macau and Hong Kong for around MOP200 until September 17

Malaysian airline group AirAsia Group announced that around 5 million seats on its low-cost carrier Air Asia will be available at sale price for the period between March 1 and November 21 of next year, according to media website ABS-CBN News.
According to the company, the sale period started yesterday and is planned to continue until September 17.
The deal will allow travellers coming from the Philippines to purchase tickets at around PHP1,290 (MOP204/US$25) to Macau, Hong Kong, Taipei, Kuala Lumpur, Kota Kinabalu, Seoul, Guangzhou, Shanghai, Singapore, and Hong Kong.
“Now is the perfect opportunity for our loyal guests and Filipino travellers to connect from many places conveniently as we continuously add new routes and increase frequencies into our network,” the AirAsia Philippines CEO, Dexter Comendador, stated.
The group will also offer promotional flight tickets from its hub in Kuala Lumpur to destinations such as Australia, Japan and the Maldives.