AirAsia Philippines on Tuesday said it will open new domestic and international flights within the first half of the year following an increase in forward bookings.
The budget airline maintains its bullish performance for the dry season with a 38-percent increase in forward bookings for the next three months.
AirAsia Philippines recorded an 18-percent rise in 15 to 30 days booking, especially for top dry season destinations.
“Boracay dominates the list of top guest destinations with a 24 percent increase–almost doubling last week’s 15 percent. Cebu, Tagbilaran (Panglao), Kalibo and Tacloban also made the top 5 most-booked destinations,” the company said.
AirAsia is keen on further propelling the buoyancy of the local travel market with the opening of new domestic routes.
Launching in April is the route to Dumaguete, known as a top favorite among travelers from East Asia and Europe because of its ancestral houses and popular baywalk. Flyers to the country’s seafood capital Roxas will also enjoy AirAsia flights starting April.