Air Asia Philippines will start flying to Ho Chi Minh on March 29, its 16th international destination from Manila.
“We are pleased to announce our newest services to Ho Chi Minh City after being held over for eight months. As an Asean airline, we aim to increase regional connectivity and to provide more business and leisure opportunities in Vietnam to our AirAsia guests,” said Ricky Isla, AirAsia Philippines CEO.
AirAsia will also be launching a new route from Clark to Tagbilaran, as well as increase flights to multiple existing domestic routes from Clark and Cebu this summer.
The Clark-Tagbilaran route complements AirAsia Philippine’s existing route to Bohol from Manila.
Flights to and from Bohol now operate at the Panglao International Airport, replacing the old Tagbilaran airport. Guests now have easier access to the pristine beaches of Panglao that are just 15 minutes away from the new airport.