AirAsia Ph resumes commercial flights to international destinations

As AirAsia Philippines is gradually resumes commercial flights to international destinations, but only Filipinos on essential travel will be authorized based on the national government’s policy. 

The budget airline said international flights, including to/from Kuala Lumpur and Bangkok-Don Mueang, are now open for booking on the AirAsia mobile app and website. 

The airline urges guests to check the latest travel restrictions and advice of respective governments before travelling, as policies may change frequently. 

“While foreign nationals are allowed to exit the Philippines, only Filipinos on essential travel will be authorized to travel internationally based on the national government’s 21 July resolution, which states that guests must provide a declaration acknowledging the potential risks involved in travelling such as flight delays,” AirAsia said. 

Additionally, foreign nationals with long-term visas will be allowed entry into the Philippines from 1 August. Returning overseas 

Filipinos will be given priority on flights back to the Philippines.

 Guests travelling to the Philippines must take note of some mandatory conditions required by the government, including the pre-booking of testing providers and quarantine facilities.

“All arriving international guests will undergo health tests at the airport or designated facility. They will then be required to be quarantined at approved facilities while waiting for their test results. Guests who obtain a negative test result will be required to undergo 14 days of home quarantine,” AirAsia said.

“Guests are encouraged to pre-register and complete the Electronic-Case Investigation Form (E-CIF) to expedite airport procedures upon arrival,” it added.

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