MANILA - Nothing captures the spirit of the holiday season better than the saying “tis better to give than to receive.” That is why this Christmas, AirAsia Philippines is launching its #ThankYou Christmas Campaign, filling the air with the spirit of gratitude and the promise of continued and improved service to Filipino travelers.
The #ThankYou Christmas Campaign video of AirAsia highlights a year of memorable journeys and AirAsia’s gratitude to have spent this time with its loyal passengers. This video will be shared on cinema screens, AirAsia’s Youtube channel, and Facebook advertisements starting from the first week of December up to the first week of January.
“This Christmas, we want to say thank you to all our customers. It’s been a true pleasure to serve our guests and we are showing our gratitude by promising to do even better. AirAsia has and will continue to exceed guest expectations, providing first class service without the first class price tag,” said David Viray, Philippines AirAsia Brand Manager.
As they celebrate their 15th anniversary, AirAsia continues to help Filipinos realize their travel dreams by providing affordable flight tickets to over 100 destinations in Asia and Australia. And paired with affordable cost is great service from the AirAsia flight staff, who are dedicated to making sure that guest journeys are truly comfortable and memorable.
Less does mean more with AirAsia as they were named the World’s Leading Low-Cost Airline for the 4th time and the World’s Leading Inflight Service in the 23rd World Travel Awards (WTA). They were also named the World’s Best Low-Cost Airline in the Skytrax Awards 2016, and have taken home this award for eight consecutive years.
“This holiday season, we encourage everyone to fly with AirAsia. Experience a world of gratitude as you take off with your family and let us help make your Christmas celebration truly memorable,” Viray added.
To learn more about AirAsia Philippines’ #ThankYou Christmas Campaign, visit the AirAsia facebook page at Facebook.com/AirAsiaPhilippines.