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AirAsia offers maiden flight from Clark to Palawan at P275 PDF Print E-mail | MONDAY, 19 MARCH 2012 19:46 LENIE LECTURA | REPORTER  

LOW-cost carrier Philippines’s AirAsia on Monday said it would offer very-low rates for its maiden flight from Clark International Airport to Puerto Princesa International Airport in Palawan.

The airline said it would mount flights from Clark to Puerto Princesa on April 20 for an all-in fare of P275, which already includes fuel surcharge, processing fee and government-mandated fees, such as aviation security fee and value-added tax.

AirAsia claims to be the only domestic carrier that offers the all-in-fare promo concept.

“As a true low-cost airline, we ensure that our guests are always informed of what they are paying for when they book our flights, and especially our promo seats. AirAsia believes in transparency and no hidden charges or misleading promotions will be practiced,” said Marianne Hontiveros, chief executive officer of AirAsia Inc.

The P275 all-in-fare promo will be available for booking from March 20 to 25 and guests will be able to travel from April 20, 2012, to January 31, 2013.

“We’re a new player and we have to be sensitive to market demand. Palawan is a beautiful destination that travelers from Northern and Central Luzon would want to see. It is a market with lots of potential. It is gaining popularity and highly likely for us to anticipate additional frequencies,” Hontiveros said. “These changes will improve domestic connectivity. When we have more aircrafts, we will explore adding frequency to Davao,” she added.

AirAsia Inc. was established to serve the Philippines’s regional and domestic air travel market.

It is a 60-40 joint venture between Filipino investors and Malaysia’s AirAsia International Ltd., a wholly owned subsidiary of AirAsiaBerhad.



























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