AirAsia Launched Direct Manila–Bacolod Route

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AirAsia Launched Direct Manila–Bacolod Route

AirAsia Philippines, the Philippine affiliate of AirAsia, a low-cost airline based in Malaysia, launched direct ManilaBacolod flights last Sunday, October, 27.

For AirAsia Philippines it is the second route in Western Visayas after Iliolo. The route to Bacolod is served three times a week. Currently, AirAsia Philippines serves 12 domestic routes to Cagayan De Oro, Caticlan, Cebu, Clark, Davao, Kalibo, Puerto Princesa, Tacloban, Taglibaran and Manila.

The airline's representatives shared that over 10,000 tickets were already sold for November–December period for ManilaBacolod route. AirAsia Philippines' chief executive officer is sure Bacolod will be one of the ariline's fast selling destinations. Bacolod had been one of the biggest unserved markets in AirAsia's network and now, when the airline finally added it to their portfolio, they promised passegners to provide a good product at a very reasonable price. The new flight goes in line with the country's policy to boost tourism across the country.

Known as the ‘City of Smiles’ and famous for the delightfully, extravagant Masskara Festival, Bacolod is a charming setting for the traveller seeking peaceful locals, prevailing tradition and culinary treats. Bacolod is not only one of the most progressive and friendly cities in the whole of the Philippines, but it boasts a rich history for visitors to sightsee, scrumptious cuisine to delight in and both natural and man-made wonders to discover and explore.




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