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AirAsia Valentine’s Day RM18 Promo Fares

AirAsia is expanding its daily frequency to Kuching, Sibu, Bintulu, and Miri with a total of 319 flights weekly from 14 February onwards, giving travellers more flying options. Flights from Peninsular Malaysia to these four cities in Sarawak can be booked through the airasia Super App by selecting the ‘Flights’ button and paying with 10,800 airasia points. One-way rates start at RM108. Guests with credit accounts can also use them to book these flights.

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Aside from the increased frequency into Sarawak, AirAsia is offering special discounts for Valentine’s Day, with one-way fares as low as RM18 or 1,800 airasia Points for domestic flights to Penang, Langkawi, Kota Kinabalu, Tawau, Miri, and other destinations. International flights to Bangkok, Phuket, Phnom Penh, Singapore, and other destinations are also available for RM99 one-way or 9,900 airasia Points. Guests can book this special rate from now until February 13th, 2022, and travel from February 14th to September 30th, 2022. Guests who book their flights using a Visa card and spend a minimum of RM200 throughout the campaign period will receive a RM15 discount from AirAsia.


Over the last 20 months, AirAsia has used the break in travel to strengthen and restructure its flight protocols and systems. Only fully-vaccinated staff shall operate planes and be on-duty at airport terminals in the utmost interest of all of our guests and employees’ safety and well-being, and only fully-vaccinated visitors will be permitted onboard. AirAsia has made it necessary for guests to check-in via the airasia Super App as part of its rigorous Covid-19 mitigation plan, and has launched a unique FACES facial recognition boarding system that will make the entire experience totally digital and contactless.

All AirAsia aircraft are thoroughly maintained according to the manufacturer’s specifications. AirAsia has established Asia Digital Engineering, an in-house maintenance, repair, and operations (MRO) unit that serves not only AirAsia but also other airlines. Similarly, all of its pilots and cabin crew are required to attend mandated refresher courses and undergo continual retraining to ensure that they are always up to date with their duties.
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