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Fly to the US for as low as $570

For a limited time only, Asiana Airlines is offering round-trip flights to the US by as much as 77 percent off.

Simply use your BPI credit card to purchase your ticket to take advantage of Asiana Airlines’ insane seat sale.

In the US, flights to Los Angeles, San Francisco, Seattle, and Honolulu are priced at only $570. From Manila to New York (JFK) and Chicago, ticket prices cost only $670.

That’s not all.

Asiana Airlines is offering discounted round-trip flights to the US to those paying using BPI credit card 

Asiana Airlines - BPI promo is also extending the special discount offer to round-trip tickets to Seoul and Busan, as well as to key European capitals like London, Paris, Rome, Frankfurt, and Istanbul. 

From Manila, Cebu and Clark to Seoul or Busan, a round-trip ticket is only $290.

For European destinations, tickets are only P610.

And you’ll have a year from the date of the ticket purchase to fly to the destination you chose.

What’s just as exciting is that you’ll fly Asiana Airlines, 5-Star Airline  for 10 consecutive years. You’ll not only get a travel bargain, you’ll also be treated like valued guest you are.

The Asiana Airlines-BPI promo runs until May 28 only 

Book now using your BPI credit card. Promo is good until May 28 only.

For more information, call 662-8000, visit website bit.ly/Asiana-BPI Or follow @asianaph on Facebook for updates, promos, and a link to the site featuring the full list of prices and destinations. 

Topics: Asiana Airlines , BPI credit card
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