AirAsia has expanded its online offering to include flights on other airlines as it transforms airasia.com into Asia Pacific’s leading travel and lifestyle platform.
Announced in partnership with leading travel technology company Kiwi.com, destinations such as London, Dubai, Madrid, and Auckland are now available to the more than 50 million unique monthly users who choose to book flights, hotels, activities and more on airasia.com.
If you are craving Pad Thai in Bangkok, Tapas in Madrid, or Nasi Goreng in Bali, hop, skip and jump online because the prices are pretty darn tempting…
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Soon, you’ll be able to book your flights to Madrid, London, Dubai, Istanbul, and many more at airasia.com! Starting tomorrow, through our new strategic partner, Kiwi.com, you can now book your flights beyond AirAsia routes, operated by other airlines! Stay tuned as we’re giving limited all-in fare return to Madrid, Spain starting at RM99! 🇪🇸 Tag your friends on the comment section below to share with them this amazing news. 😎✈️🌍 _ #AirAsia #flytheworldchampion
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Powered by Kiwi.com, AirAsia’s website users will be able to book travel on more than 100 airlines to destinations currently not served by AirAsia, including Europe, Australia, New Zealand, the Middle East, and the Americas.
Full-service airlines available to book on the AirAsia website include Qantas, Emirates, Virgin Australia, and Cathay Pacific.
The deals represent a very clever move by the low-cost carrier and disruptor AirAsia to now selling other airlines on its own site as an OTA (Online Travel Agency) which of course will make their fares look even cheaper when you are comparing prices.
Plus they’ll make money from the bookings they receive on other airlines too.
You’ll also be able to book your hotel stays, experiences and activities for a fraction of the price.
“We have an abundance of airlines and ground carriers at our disposal and together with AirAsia and its enormous customer base, we are proud to be able to open their platform to the rest of the world.”
Oliver Dlouhý, Kiwi.com CEO
Crazy awesome deals
To celebrate the announcement, AirAsia has kickstarted a global marketing campaign featuring its very own Spanish Allstar, airasia.com Head of Product Pablo Sanz Salcedo.
The campaign was launched at AirAsia’s global headquarters RedQ in Kuala Lumpur to much fanfare with a promotional all-in return fare to Madrid from Sydney from just AUD$199.
A secondary promotional all-in return fare of AUD$399 will also be available for guests who miss out on the initial $199 fare offer.
To book the sale fares, head to airasia.com as soon as possible. The offer is valid for immediate travel until March 31, 2020.
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