AirAsia Moves Domestic Operations Back at NAIA Terminal 4 by March 28, 2022
In preparation for the increase in visitors coming for summer and Holy Week, AirAsia Philippines returns to Terminal 4 at Ninoy Aquino International Airport (NAIA) to handle domestic operations. This applies to passengers with inbound and outbound flights from March 28, 2022.
The opening of the new NAIA Terminal 4 is also linked to the recent declaration by DOTr Secretary Arthur Tugade on February 28, when he officially reactivated the terminal’s operations after it had been shut for more than two years due to the COVID pandemic.
“As seen with the increase of passengers traveling via air transport and the relaxation of travel protocols, travel is anticipated to rebound,” said Steve Dailisan, spokesperson for AirAsia Philippines. “We at AirAsia are eager to maintain our brand of high-quality guest service at an exceptional level. We anticipate this number to double in time for summer and Holy Week. We are renovating our check-in counters at T4 to provide a smooth travel experience for visitors. To facilitate easy and quick check-in procedures, we also encourage our guests to get familiar with the Super App’s online check-in option.”
Guests are also encouraged to check their flight status on the AirAsia “flysafe” landing page.
Air carriers’ lighter restrictions and continuing discounts, including AirAsia’s Super App promotions, which provide 20% off all journeys booked from October 2022 through March 2023, are expected to be taken advantage of by passengers.
AirAsia Philippines has recently increased its flight frequency to popular summer getaways such as Caticlan (Boracay), Kalibo, Cebu, Tagbilaran (Panglao), and Puerto Princesa. Flights to additional cities including Bacolod, Iloilo, Tacloban, and Cagayan De Oro were also ramped up.
AirAsia Philippines will continue to maintain its operations at NAIA Terminal 3, where they are presently located.
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