AirAsia Philippines said Wednesday it is set to resume flights to Taiwan and Japan next month to serve the rising demand for international travel.
“The increased bookings for travels this fourth quarter of 2022 to second quarter of 2023 is a strong indication that the demand for travel has returned. And AirAsia is more than ready to sustain the appetite of Filipino travelers by increasing its flight frequency and opening more international destinations,” said Steve Dailisan, spokesperson and head of communications and public affairs at AirAsia Philippines.
The Philippine unit of Southeast Asia’s budget airline will reopen its Taipei and Osaka flights in November.
“The relaxed travel protocols in various countries have also contributed to more overseas workers taking the opportunity to fly home to the Philippines to spend the holidays with their loved ones in the provinces,” Dailisan said. Darwin G. Amojelar