Following its Manila-based counterparts Philippine Airlines and Cebu Pacific, AirAsia will resume its Philippine-based operations as quarantine measures have been eased in Manila and other parts of the country.
Starting June 3, Philippines AirAsia will resume limited domestic flights departing from Manila and Clark with plans to resume more services and international flights by the start of July.
From Manila, the airline will operate domestic flights to Cebu, Davao, Tacloban, Cagayan de Oro, Bacolod, and Tagbilaran (Bohol). Philippines AirAsia will also operate flights departing from Clark to Tacloban, Cagayan de Oro, and Davao.
With the resumption of flights, the airline will adhere to government, health, and civil aviation guidelines and have customers to wear face masks for travel.
For its flights departing out of Manila, the airline is advising customers that it will be operating out of Manila Airport Terminal 3 temporarily as operations at Terminal 4 are currently suspended.
Regarding the resumption of AirAsia's operations in the Philippines, Philippines AirAsia CEO Ricky Isla stated: “During the hibernation of our fleet, we took the time to step up our handling procedures to ensure that our guests have a swift and safe journey with us. Needless to say, we are well prepared to welcome everyone onboard. As we resume our services around our network, AirAsia is determined to help rebuild our economy and country.”