AirAsia Philippines doubles down on international capacity efforts, restarts Singapore flights

AirAsia Philippines aims to attain as high as 70 percent of its pre-COVID capacity for international routes come Q4 of this year. Supporting this vision is the airline’s growing frequency to various Asean countries which AirAsia Philippines recently restarted, such as Hong Kong, Kota Kinabalu, Malaysia and Seoul, South Korea.

Joining AirAsia Philippines’ roster of operating international routes starting July 01 is Manila-Singapore. The world’s best low-cost airline is set to fly to the Lion City four times weekly, every Monday, Wednesday, Friday and Sunday. Based on forward bookings made as of June 27, the airline is expecting to fly almost 10,000 guests to Singapore in Q3 of this year.

AirAsia Philippines Spokesperson and Head of Communications and Public Affairs Steve Dailisan shares: “Our aggressiveness in expanding our domestic route network also manifests in our resumption strategy for international routes. This is in service of Filipino globetrotters and Overseas Filipino Workers who wish to explore the tourism and economic opportunities present abroad.”