National Triathlete Nikko Bryan Huelgas

AirAsia will start to fly travelers to Cebu (CEB), Davao (DVO), Zamboanga (ZAM), Panglao (TAG), Tacloban (TAC), and Caticlan (MPH) beginning September 8 to 30.  

This follows the Inter-Agency Task Force for the Management of Emerging Infectious Diseases (IATF) resolution that allows interzonal travel among communities under different quarantine classifications. Travel from GCQ to GCQ or GCQ to MGCQ areas is now allowed, but subject to restrictions of the local government unit of destination and strict health and safety protocols such as the presentation of a negative RT-PCR test upon arrival at destination.

AirAsia is reminding its 12,000 UNLI Flight Pass holders that they can now return to leisure travel using their flight pass.

The redemption period of UNLI Flight Pass is also extended until January 17, 2022.  Consequently, the travel period has been extended from October 30 2021 to January 31, 2022.

According to AirAsia, more than 5,400 flights were already booked using the UNLI Flight Pass to leisure destinations such as Boracay, Cebu and Bohol.  However, AirAsia reminds the public that the promo is also open to all their domestic destinations including Davao, Cagayan de Oro, Zamboanga and General Santos City. 

“The extension of the UNLI Flight Pass will give both leisure and essential travelers the opportunity to maximize and save for their trips. It also gives them the chance to regain halted travel plans especially during Ber months where a lot of homecomings and family vacations happen,” said AirAsia Philippines Spokesperson Steve Dailisan.

National Triathlete Nikko Bryan Huelgas was among the many travel enthusiasts who purchased the UNLI Flight Pass last year. Huelgas said, “As an athlete ang laking tulong ng Unli Pass for my trainings in the various provinces.”

“Though you really have to manage your travel plans, it was really worth it because I was able to book 2 round trip tickets to Cebu and Tacloban already, which was more than what I paid for.  I plan on visiting Palawan and Bohol but the plan was sidelined because of the travel restrictions.  So extending the promo is like an early Christmas gift.”   

To date, AirAsia Philippines’ flight crew and ground staff have been vaccinated against COVID-19. AirAsia’s efforts by going above and beyond the protection of its passengers against COVID-19 have earned the airline a perfect 7-star rating from Airlineratings.com.