Still looking for tickets to fly back home for GE14? Well, we have news that might ease your burden.
Their post reads;
“Because of your overwhelming response to vote for #GE14, we’re launching fixed fares TONIGHT. All fares available on airasia.com, #forthepeople.”
It’s tonight (13 April 2018), guys! Make sure you keep your eyes peeled for its launch!
Keep in mind that this offer only applies to Malaysians travelling on May 8 and 9, 2018. Not any other days!
Hence, the fixed ticket prices are as below;
- RM99 – for those travelling within Peninsular Malaysia and East Malaysia
- RM129 – for those travelling within Peninsular Malaysia and Sarawak
- RM199 – for those travelling between Peninsular Malaysia and Sabah
On the other hand, AirAsia’s chief executive officer (CEO), Tan Sri Tony Fernandes, tweeted that AirAsia will freeze any unsold seats before and after the elections, on 8 and 10 May respectively. He then said that these seats will be sold at lower prices for customers going back home before and after the polling day.
“We are going to deploy AirAsia X 330 at times it’s not flying. Revenue team working overtime to get this done. Say thanks to them,” tweeted Tony.
Just recently, the Prime Minister’s Office had declared that 9 May 2018 (polling day) will be a public holiday. Quick! Use this opportunity to grab these fixed price tickets to fly home and vote!
So, if you’re still looking for (cheap) air tickets, don’t forget to visit their website tonight!
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