TransportAirAsia Launches Unlimited Fly Program

AirAsia Launches Unlimited Fly Program


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The airline AirAsia launched Asean Unlimited, an unlimited flight program to domestic destinations in Indonesia and ASEAN at a saving price of around Rp1,6 million.

Indonesia’s domestic destinations include Bali, Lombok and Labuan Bajo. Indonesia Senior Marketing Manager Priska Lampangateia explained that ASEAN Unlimited offers greater value for up to 1 year and a wider range of destinations.

“ASEAN Unlimited is available for a purchase period from March 29 to April 4, 2021, flight period from April 12 to March 26, 2022,” said Priska on Monday, March 29, 2021.

ASEAN Unlimited holders can directly exchange them for tickets for the date of departure at least 14 days before the desired departure schedule.

With this offer, customers can fly on routes served by AirAsia Indonesia (flight code QZ), for domestic and ASEAN destinations following the rules applicable in the destination country.

Priska Lampangateia said prospective passengers can also take advantage of ASEAN Unlimited to plan business, essential and tourist trips to various domestic Indonesian destinations up to many times a year without being charged a basic fare.

According to him, ASEAN Unlimited allows customers to visit various cities on the same day at lower prices.

Customers can book up to two flights to fly on the same day but from different points of departure.

If one of the selected flights does not have a 100 percent discount mark, it means that ASEAN Unlimited is not available for redemption on that date or the selected date is included in the embargo period.

The purchase period starts is 29 March – 4 April 202, then the exchange period is 29 March 2021 – 12 March 2022, and the flight period is 12 April 2021 – 26 March 2022.

Indonesia’s domestic destinations

  1. Padang
  2. Pekanbaru
  3. Palembang
  4. Belitung
  5. Pontianak
  6. Jakarta
  7. Bandung
  8. Semarang
  9. Solo
  10. Yogyakarta
  11. Surabaya
  12. Bali
  13. Lombok
  14. Sorong
  15. Labuan Bajo

ASEAN destinations

  1. Singapore
  2. Johor Bahru
  3. Kuala Lumpur
  4. Penang
  5. Bangkok


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