AirAsia Is Offering 7 Million FREE Seats To Krabi, Singapore, Phu Quoc, Langkawi, Penang And More

In the blink of an eye, we will be bidding farewell to 2022. Have you made any plans on ending this fruitful year? Well, here’s an idea. How about taking a year-end vacation so you can start afresh and all set to ring in 2023? If this sounds good then here’s an awesome deal you do not want to miss out on. AirAsia is offering 7 million FREE seats to several destinations around South East Asia so read on to find out more!

7 Million FREE Seats When You Fly With AirAsia

After a year of hustling, it is time to take a trip and explore the world. Fly for FREE with AirAsia to these featured routes:

  • Langkawi
  • Penang
  • Terengganu
  • Krabi
  • Singapore
  • Phu Quoc and more! 

Whether you’re looking for a tropical island trip to Krabi, Langkawi, or a nom nom trip to food paradise; Penang, AirAsia has got you covered. You can even fly to Singapore, Phu Quoc, and many more. 

AirAsia 7 million free seats

AirAsia 7 million free seats

All you have to do is to book your tickets via the airasia SuperApp from 7th to 13th November for the travel period between 1st May 2023 to 30th March 2024. 

AirAsia 7 million free seats

There’s more! Fly further with AirAsia X from RM429 to Perth, Taipei, Tokyo, Seoul, Melbourne, Auckland, Jeddah, and more! Upgrade to Premium Flatbed from RM 1,399 for spacious seats that recline into a flatbed!

AirAsia 7 million free seats

Book Your Tickets On The airasia Super App!

So travel enthusiasts, remember to mark your calendars and book your tickets on the airasia Super App this November 7th to 13th.

AirAsia 7 million free seats

Terms & Conditions:

*Domestic: All-in from RM23

Asean: All-in from RM54

Includes airport taxes, MAVCOM fee, fuel surcharges and other applicable fees.

T&C apply.

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