Air Asia Zest Promo Guide

Air Asia Zest Promo Guide

Searching for the cheapest flights from AirAsia Zest (formerly known as Zest Air), a sister brand of AirAsia in the Philippines? Start by checking the latest promo fares offered by the airline.

AirAsia promotions or promo fares are discounted seats offered by the airline during one of its seat sale periods. AirAsia announces these promos almost every week and sometimes even multiple times in a single week.

Booking flights with AirAsia is recommended for passengers who want to take advantage of the airline’s expansive flight network in Southeast Asia, North Asia, and Oceania.

Latest promo fares

Seat sale announcements are prominently posted on the front page of AirAsia’s website. These announcements include a selling period, travel period, destinations included, and flight prices.

Selling period of AirAsia promos may last from a few days to several weeks and the travel period is usually set a couple of weeks to months ahead of the selling period.

Promo advertisements may display either base fares or all-in fares. Base fares charged by AirAsia are partial fees that the airline uses to calculate the final or “all in” fare of each one-way flight. Additional fees (on top of the base fare) may include the airline’s fuel surcharge, booking fees, add-on fees, government taxes, and airport-specific fees.

For your convenience, we frequently check AirAsia’s website for promo fares and display them below.

How to check availability

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Online flight searchbox on Air Asia Zest official website.

After you have found a cheap flight that you would like to book, you can check the flight prices directly on the official website of AirAsia or any of its affiliates.

On the flight search results, promo fares are listed under the “Low Fare” column and labeled with a red “promo” text.

If you cannot see any promo fares listed, it means that all promo seats on that flight are already fully booked. AirAsia offers limited seats for promotional fares on each flight.

You can try to search on other dates or wait for the next promo announcement.

Comapre Flights on Wego

You can also check airfares on travel search engines like Wego, which displays flights from AirAsia and other airlines operating in the same destinations. It is an excellent way to compare flight schedules and prices between AirAsia and competing airlines.

Prices shown on Wego are minimum all-in fares. Optional fees might include fees from add-ons that you decide to purchase like priority check-in, in-flight meals, check-in baggage, travel insurance, etc…

Enter your travel details to compare flights and airlines on Wego. Both AirAsia and AirAsia Zest flights might be interchangeably listed under “AirAsia,” “AirAsia Zest,” or “Zest Air.”

How to book online

After checking the flight fares, you can purchase your flight on AirAsia’s website or on your preferred travel site.

AirAsia accept payments online through major credit cards or Dragonpay direct debit using select ATM cards. You may also pay over-the-counter through AirAsia’s accredited payment centers, which includes Bayad center,  Cebuana Lhuillier, 7-Eleven, and Robinsons Malls.

About AirAsia

AirAsia is one largest low-cost carriers or budget airlines in the World. It has an extensive flight network spanning Southeast Asia, North Asia. In the Philippines all domestic and most international flight are operated by its Philippine-based affiliates namely, Philippines AirAsia and AirAsia Zest.

The airline operates flight hubs in Manila, Cebu, and Kalibo.

Philippine domestic flights

From Manila (MNL)
DestinationMininum FrequencyNotes
Cagayan de Oro (CGY)Daily
Cebu (CEB)Daily
Davao (DVO)Daily
Kalibo (KLO)Daily
Puerto Princesa (PPS)Daily
Tacloban (TAC)Daily
Tagbilaran (TAG)Daily
From Cebu (CEB)
Cagayan de Oro (CGY)Daily
Davao (DVO)Daily
Puerto Princesa (PPS)Daily
*Last Updated April 9, 2014

International flights

From Manila (MNL)
DestinationMininum Frequency
Jinjiang (JJN)Weekly
Kuala Lumpur (KUL)Daily
Kota Kinabalu (BKI)Weekly
Macau (MFM)Weekly
Miri (MYY)Weekly
Seoul (ICN)Daily
Shanghai (PVG)Weekly
From Cebu (CEB)
Kota Kinabalu (BKI)Daily
Kuala Lumpur (KUL)Weekly
Seoul (ICN)Daily
From Kalibo (KLO)
Beijing (PEK)Weekly
Busan (PUS)Weekly
Kuala Lumpur (KUL)Weekly
Seoul (ICN)Daily
Shanghai (PVG)Weekly
Taipei (TPE)Daily
*Last Updated April 9, 2014