Effortless Journey: AirAsia Philippines Launches Seat Sale with Pro Travel Tips


As summer approaches, more people are likely to travel for a vacation to get a change of scenery or spend quality time with loved ones. To help air passengers prepare for their flights, AirAsia Philippines has shared some valuable tips.

“We know how much Filipinos anticipate this time of the year to explore beaches, enjoy gastronomic adventures and spend quality time with family and loved ones. They can always count on AirAsia to provide the best deals, along with safe, convenient and hassle free travel, especially for first time travelers”, said Steve Dailisan, AirAsia Head of Communications and Public Affairs and First Officer.

Before inviting everyone to join in and travel together this summer, the World’s Best Low-Cost Airline has some tips to make your summer experience even better:

Prepare Essential Travel Documents

When traveling overseas, keeping all your travel documents, like passports, visas, hotel reservations, and other vital papers secure is essential. Fill out the e-travel form at least 72 hours before your scheduled trip to the Philippines. Paying for the Philippine Travel Tax is available online at 

If traveling within the country, you should have at least one valid government ID when checking in at AirAsia counters so they can properly identify you.

Avoid the Traffic and Arrive Early

It’s a good idea to get to the airport at least three hours before your domestic flight (if you’re flying from NAIA Terminal 2) and four hours before your international flight (if you’re flying from NAIA Terminal 3). 

More people travel during the summer, so be prepared for longer lines and wait times at the airport. Just stay patient, and you’ll get through it.

Take Advantage of Online Check-in Platforms

Travelers are recommended to check in for their flight via platforms like AirAsia MOVE (formerly AirAsia SuperApp) or

This will allow them to buy extras like Santan in-flight meals, baggage allowances, and hot seats at a discount of 10 to 20%. Alternatively, guests can use AirAsia’s self-check-in kiosks at NAIA Terminals 2 and 3.

Book Your Flights Early

Booking flights ahead gives you more time to plan your trip and saves you money because flights booked earlier are usually cheaper than those booked closer to the travel date. 

You can also take advantage of sales and discounts, such as the ongoing 3.3 SALE, which is available for domestic and international flights. This sale offers a one-way base fare of just P33 for flights booked until March 3, 2024, which can be used for travel until October 16, 2024. You can use this discount to travel to domestic destinations like Caticlan, Puerto Princesa, and Bohol and international destinations like Bangkok, Taipei, Seoul, and Tokyo.

To know more about AirAsia Philippines’ ‘Piso Sale’, read on here.


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