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AirAsia resumes Taiwan flights

CLARK FREEPORT – AirAsia is set to resume flights to Taipei and Kaohsiung starting February 20.

This, following the lifting of the travel ban imposed by the Philippine government due to the global health situation.

“Starting Thursday, 20 February, select flights from Manila to Taipei and Kaohsiung will resume,” the airlines announced.

“More flights from AirAsia Philippines’ hubs in Manila, Clark, Cebu, and Kalibo will gradually resume in phases by February 24, 25 and March 1 and 30,” AirAsia stated.

Passengers are advised to check their registered email and mobile for any notification.

AirAsia has assured the safety and wellbeing of its passengers. The airline added that it complying with advice and regulations from the local government, civil aviation authorities, global and local health agencies including the Wold Health Organization.

Follow AirAsia on Twitter (@AirAsia) and Facebook (facebook.com/AirAsia) for the latest updates or contact its customer support team at support.airasia.com.


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