AirAsia’s Red Hot Sinulog sizzles with music, fireworks


AIRASIA is painting Cebu skies red. The World’s Best Low Cost Carrier for 10 years running hosted one of this year’s grandest Sinulog events. Red Hot Sinulog was held in Cebu Business Park with over 12,000 spectators and featured celebrity singers KZ Tandingan, Maja Salvador and Autotelic.

AirAsia Philippines chief executive officer Captain Dexter Comendador said, “Filipinos, and travelers from all over the world came here to Cebu to witness a powerful expression of your faith and unique celebration of our Filipino culture.”

AirAsia offers several flights to and from Cebu from Manila, Clark, Palawan, Boracay and Davao, Cagayan De Oro with international flights to Korea, Kuala Lumpur, Singapore, Taiwan and Shenzhen in China. The airline is also set to launch new flights from Cebu to Macau starting Feb. 8.

“Our commitment then, and now, is to provide excellent service, unparalleled low fares, safe, fun, and reliable with world-class airline service. These are the hallmarks of the AirAsia brand of service that every Cebuano, every Filipino, every traveler truly deserves,” Comendador said.

AirAsia cabin crew from the Philippines, Indonesia, Thailand and Malaysia wowed the crowd with a dance performance in their red uniform as they were later joined in the stage by AirAsia Philippines executives led by the airline’s chairperson Maan Hontiveros, Captain Comendador and commercial head Gilbert Simpao.

Cebu skies turned red as the Red Hot Sinulog party ended with fireworks display that showcased the dazzling colors of Cebu’s cultural and religious influences and AirAsia’s iconic red logo. (PR)


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