Air Asia flies to Kalibo, Philippines! Boracay holidays anyone? Free seats tonight!

Travel alert!
Another beach destination by Air Asia was announced today! 🙂

Air Asia KL - Kalibo Philippines

From 18th April 2014, direct flights connecting Kuala Lumpur to Kalibo, Philippines which will commence operations.
Kalibo is the gateway to the beach paradise island of Boracay in the Philippines, and this new 4x weekly route will operate every Monday, Wednesday, Friday and Sunday; marking AirAsia’s 3rd Filipino destination with direct flights available from Kuala Lumpur, Miri and Kota Kinabalu.

So is there any FREE SEATS?
Well of course! 😀

AirAsia will be giving away Free Seats with applicable taxes and fees from as low as RM77 one way which are available for booking online at from 12.00PM tomorrow, 19th February until 23rd February 2014.

BIG members rejoice as you have Priority Redemption!
Beginning 0001hrs to 1200hrs (GMT+8) on 19th February, (ahead of the general public) you can start booking your seats online. The travel period for these free seats will be from the commencement of the inaugural flight on 18th April 2014 until 31st January 2015.  

Flight Schedule for Kuala Lumpur – Kalibo (Commencing 18th April 2014):

Route Flight No ETD ETA Frequency
Kuala Lumpur– Kalibo AK 608 1040hrs 1435hrs Mon, Wed, Fri, Sun
Kalibo – Kuala Lumpur AK 609 1505hrs 1850hrs Mon, Wed, Fri, Sun

This Post Has 3 Comments

  1. Cal

    Your next destination?

  2. Kellia

    I haven’t been to Boracay either. Tiger flies direct from Sg if I’m not mistaken.
    My sister and her husband was there for their honeymoon . I could only stare at their pictures in envy!

  3. Marcus

    white sands, baby!

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