AirAsia flight promotions are back.

On April 1, Malaysians and foreign travelers will once again be able to enter and exit the country freely, as Malaysia will finally reopen its international borders after two years of varying degrees of lockdown.

With mandatory quarantine both an obstacle and an annoyance for leisure tourism completely eliminated, without for the PCR test two days before departure for inbound passengers, everyone can now pack their bags and take revenge on the trip, catching up thus wasted time and opportunities. Vietnam and Indonesia are among the countries that have abolished quarantine. Hi, Bali and Phu Quoc; it’s been a long time!

What we know about AirAsia’s RM89 flight promotions:

Be quick or you might miss. Open until March 27, AirAsia is offering one-way tickets starting at RM89 for international flights to Singapore, Vietnam, Philippines, India, Thailand, Indonesia, Maldives, Brunei, Cambodia, Sri Lanka, Laos and Bangladesh.

For those who dare not stray, national promotions start from RM39 one way.

Promotional tickets must be exercised between April 1, 2022 and March 25, 2023. This means you can either walk straight out of the Bangkok gate to ring Songkran, or keep calm and adopt a wait-and-see attitude.

Reservations can be made via the AirAsia super app or from the gold button below.


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AirAsia goes contactless from April 1

Since the onset of the pandemic, AirAsia has increasingly encouraged passengers to check in for their flights through the AirAsia Super App. The use of technology has facilitated procedures and considerably reduced waiting times. From April 1, passengers will be required to manage their check-ins through the AirAsia super app at all Malaysian airports.

Exemptions for counter check-ins are only extended to persons over the age of 70, disabled persons registered with the Department of Social Welfare, children traveling alone, groups of 10 or more, and persons traveling on charter flights.

The Vengeance Journey Is Real

Speaking to the press, AirAsia Aviation Group CEO Bo Lingam sees encouraging trends with travel experiencing a renaissance thanks to pent-up demand.

“While our domestic services across the group have increased by 156% in recent months due to strong consumer demand, and by 50% for international, we plan to return to 100% or more domestic flights and pre-Covid internationals by the end of this year,” he enthused.