Love is in the air — quite literally, with the AirAsia promo this Valentine’s Day. The low-cost airline announced its ₱144 one-way base fare promo on Saturday to celebrate the holiday.
Booking period: 14 to 20 Mar 2022
Travel period: 14 Feb to 20 Sep 2022
AirAsia Promo Valentine’s Day 2022: Sample flights from the Philippines
Flights to Cebu: Davao – Cebu
Flights to Aklan: Manila – Boracay (Kalibo)
With the #LoveIsInTheFare promo, AirAsia Philippines drops its one-way base fare to as low as ₱144 to promote domestic travel across the country. Destinations include Caticlan, Tagbilaran, Puerto Princesa, Davao, and Iloilo.
“We are expecting that with the good progress of our pandemic situation, 2022 will be the year when Filipinos satisfy their pent-up demand for travel,” said AirAsia Philippines spokesperson Steve Dailisan. “We have been isolated from the world and our own destinations for too long. The ₱144 promo is believed to be timely as the Philippines, following its improving pandemic situation, have been relaxing protocols for both domestic and international travel since the start of February.”
AirAsia travel requirements
AirAsia Philippines adheres to the protocols set by the local government of each destination. Before booking, make sure you check the government restrictions of your destination. Check out some of our COVID-19 travel guides:
- Boracay Travel Requirements for Domestic Travellers
- Siargao Travel Requirements for Domestic Tourists
- Bohol Travel Requirements for Domestic Tourists
While each destination varies in specific requirements, all fully vaccinated tourists must submit a VaxCertPH vaccination certificate or a locally-issued vaccination card and a valid ID. Unvaccinated or partially vaccinated flyers must have a negative RT-PCR result taken within 72 hours before departure.
The Philippines opened to fully vaccinated foreign tourists on 10 Feb 2022. Travellers no longer need to undergo mandatory facility quarantine, as long as they have a negative RT-PCR test result. Learn more about this here.
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