Wednesday, July 8, 2020

AirAsia PH Increases Flight Frequencies For Christmas Season

AirAsia PH Increases Flight Frequencies For Christmas Season

Spotlight

McDonald’s Now Offers Group Selections For You And Your Fam’s Different Cravings

They also launched a platter of McNuggets and BFF Fries that are good for up to 20 people!

EDC Lauds DOE Move To Promote Geothermal

“We highly welcome the DOE’s recent directives to explore and maximize geothermal energy sources in the country."

Watchdog Appeals To Pres. Duterte: Allocate Food Rations To Displaced Jeepney Drivers

"We are appealing to President Rodrigo Duterte to direct government agencies to work with the private sector to initiate a temporary food rationing program for all displaced jeepney drivers."

Phoenix Focuses On Retail To Boost Business

Phoenix Petroleum is diversifying its core petroleum operations and repositioning its portfolio towards high growth, high margin businesses as it transitions into the new normal.

AirAsia Philippines has announced its plan to increase flight frequencies of three of its top destinations this holiday season.

From December 1, 2019 until January 31, 2020 travelers between Manila and Davao, Iloilo, and Cebu can look forward to more flight schedules to avail of.

As per AirAsia Philippines’ routes department, daily Manila-Davao and Davao-Manila routes will have a total of 35 flights a week, from 28 frequencies.

Daily flights between Iloilo and Manila will also increase from 28 to 35 flights a week while between Manila and Cebu will be increased by eight frequencies, from 63 flights a week to a total of 71.

“The holiday season is a busy time for travelers, and we hope that by putting these additional services on, guests are able to make it home to their loved ones this yuletide season,” AirAsia Philippines chief, Ricardo Isla, said in a statement.

The carrier claimed that there are more than 100,000 seats available for the aforementioned routes for this season.

Flag carrier Philippine Airlines earlier announced it would increase the frequencies of some of its existing routes, also in anticipation of the increased demand this holiday season. (PNA)
facebook.com/airasiaph

Latest News

Mayor Isko: 3 Manila Key Officials Positive For COVID-19

One of the saddest moments of Manila City: Mayor Isko on Monday announced that 3 ranking officials have tested positive for COVID-19.

Sen. Gatchalian: Penalize Distribution Utilities That Will Fail To Comply With Advisories

GATCHALIAN: “What action or steps have you taken to penalize those who don’t follow your advisories and to help our consumers get refunds?”

Gearing Up For 5G: What’s Real And What’s Not?

Globe has debunked 5 common misconceptions about 5G! Did you know some people think it is related to the spread of COVID-19?

Garmin Partners Physioq To Support And Accelerate COVID-19 Research

Neo helps users and family members keep track of their vitals including blood oxygen saturation (SpO2), heart rate, respiration rate, sleep and body temperature.

DOST Grants Community In Sibugay 1.4M For Livelihood Equipment

Members of the Balagon Alsa-Masa Service Provider Association (BAMSPA) recently received a Science and Technology grant worth 1.4M for the acquisition of a Rice and Corn Mill equipment.

ABS-CBN Vows That It Will Continue To Be A Responsible Content Producer

VIDANES: "It's not about us, it's about the people we serve, and that's what we've dedicated our lives to. We will continue to improve that service."

Self-Care Is Essential, Now And Always

Who says self-care has to be postponed this quarantine?

Self-Care Is Essential, Now And Always

Who says self-care has to be postponed this quarantine?

Latest Appliances From XTREME To Gear Your Home This New Normal

Check out XTREME's new line of appliances that promotes productivity and efficiency at its best price!

Mayor Angelo: Tacurong City To Welcome More LSIs, ROFs

Preparations are in place as the local government of Tacurong City is about to welcome residents listed as locally stranded individuals (LSIs) via buses that traveled by land from Metro Manila.