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Big Savings on Air Asia for Those Prepared to Purchase Tickets Now!

AirAsia ‘BIG Sale’ - Tickets Must be Purchased Online before 11:00 pm (Jakarta Time) on Saturday, March 14, 2020

AirAsia has announced its “BIG Sale” offering 600 free seats and highly discounted seats to members of the general public wanting to travel to domestic destinations in Indonesia and overseas ports-of-call served by AirAsia. 

Quoted by NusaBali, the CEO of AirAsia Indonesia, Veranita Yosephine, said on Saturday, March 7, 2020, “We have taken several strategic steps to meet the need of the public for air travel that is safe, comfortable, and affordable. With our expanding route network, AirAsia remains committed to become the best partner for the government and the public to stimulate tourism and safeguard the stability of economic growth in Indonesia, especially in challenging times such as these.”

Verantina invited the traveling public to scoop up seats from Jakarta to Johor Bahru starting from Rp. 559,000, Jakarta to the Gold Coast (Australia) starting from Rp. 775,000, Bali to Labuan Bajo starting from Rp.576,000, Jakarta to Belitung starting from Rp. 438,000 and many other special offers to AirAsia destinations now on sale. Adding: “The BIG Sales program that we are presenting is for members of the public who wish to witness first-hand the beauty of Medan, Lombok, Belitung, Yogyakarta, Bali, Labuan Bajo, Kuala Lumpur, Singapore, Perth and other destinations served by AirAsia.”

Tickets must be purchased before Thursday, March 14, 2020, at 11:00 pm (Jakarta time) via the AirAsia Website or on the AirAsia Mobile Application

Tickets purchased are for people traveling before July 1, 2021. 

For those traveling with extra luggage, AirAsia is offering a discount of up to 10% on excess baggage charges for 25 kilograms or more.

AirAsia reminds passengers that before deciding to travel to always stay fit and be in good health, having their health checked by medical personnel before embarking on a trip, and maintaining careful personal hygiene (and clean hands) throughout their journey.