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Taking advantage of impressive connectivity spanning across 20 countries and 80 airports, awesome new carrier AirAsia Philippines launched Southeast Asian fly-thru destinations in addition to the Australia and Japan fly-thru flights they introduced last week.
Aside from Sydney, Melbourne, Perth, Gold Coast (Brisbane) in Australia; and Osaka-Kansai, in Japan, AirAsia Philippines is now offering fly-thru services to Denpasar (Bali), Jakarta, and Surabaya in Indonesia; Bangkok and Phuket in Thailand; and Singapore.
AirAsia Philippines is launching these new red hot destinations at low all-in fares. Fly-thru fares from Clark are as low as 3149 PHP for Singapore, 3859 PHP for Phuket, 4229 PHP for Bangkok and Surabaya, 4439 PHP for Jakarta, and 4729 PHP for Denpasar (Bali) all-in. Fares can be booked until August 5, 2012 for travel on November 1, 2012 to January 31, 2013.
AirAsia’s fly-thru service allows seamless connections to different destinations in their network. For instance, those availing the fly-thru service from Clark to Jakarta will fly AirAsia Philippines to Kuala Lumpur’s LCCT then connect to Jakarta via Indonesia AirAsia without having to collect bags, clear through immigration, and redo check-in. Boarding passes will already be given in Clark, and baggage will be checked through to the final destination.