Tuesday, January 15, 2013

One Million Free Seats from AirAsia

AirAsia is back again offering One million Free seats for holiday-makers.

The promotion covers flights throughout the AirAsia network, with flight codes AK, FD, QZ and PQ, which travellers can book from today until Jan 20 at www.airasia.com.

Under the promotion, all-in fares start from RM26 one-way to domestic destinations and RM52 one-way to international destinations.

The travel period is from Aug 20 till Feb 9 next year.

In conjunction with the free seats campaign, AirAsia X is also offering promotional fares with all-in fares from as low as RM249.

AirAsiaGo is also offering hotel rooms from as low as RM13 per night at destinations such as Penang, Langkawi, Bali, Bangkok, Guangzhou and Beijing.

This promotion is available for booking at www.AirAsiaGo.com for stay also from Aug 20 till Feb 9 next year.


Booking for AirAsia free seats is normally a challenge so patience would definitely come in handy. Good luck!


Source: The Star

12 comments:

  1. Most likely the AA server will go for another round of 'pow char'. tQ

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  2. My colleague tells me best to get in during off-peak times. He has managed to book seats every time.

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  3. well, i hope i can travel too~ T.T

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    1. Why not? Everyone can fly. :D

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  4. Good luck to those lucky people

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  5. tQ for the purple quiz Bananaz is smoke on the water with Deep Purple haha.

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    1. Paiseh, gave you the wrong link, hor? And you could find the site? So clever! :D

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  6. :( cant go in . too slow

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    1. You may want to try again during non-peak times.

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  7. AA is not a charity group. Its so-called free seat promotion merely transfers the fares of some passengers to the others.

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    1. That's business, otherwise they'll have problem staying afloat. All things considered, whoever gets the free seat or one at a reduced fare is one happy and probably a returning customer.

      People travel budget for the savings and an AA regular fare ticket is still cheaper than one on a full-service airline.

      KS, thanks for sharing.

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