AirAsia flies team Pacquiao to Macau!

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AirAsia is flying team Team Pacquiao to Macau!



The People's Champ and boxing world's biggest attraction, Emmanuel "Manny" Pacquiao has recently forged a partnership with AirAsia.

Voted as the World's Best Low Cost Carrier for 6 straight years by Skytax World Airline Awards, AirAsia is flying Team Pacquiao to Macau on November 23, 2014 when the World Boxing Champ sets to defend his WBO Welterweight title against Chris Algieri .


AirAsia Group's top honcho Tony Fernandes, together with AirAsia Philippines CEO Joy Caneba, flew in to General Santos City on 12 November to lead in the unveiling of an exclusive aircraft livery featuring the boxing giant.


"It's a great honor for AirAsia to be chosen as the official airline of Team Pacman. Congressman Manny's story is an inspiration not only for Filipinos but to all of us who dared to dream the seemingly impossible. AirAsia's commitment in the Philipppines is achored on the same dream, to make flying more affordable, more accessible and to provide the best quality service that every Filipino deserves," said Tony Fernandes.

Sarangani Province Representative Manny Pacquiao on the other hand said, " I am delighted to be part of AirAsia's mission in promoting the Philippines, our Filipino Talents, sports and tourism wonders to the global stage."

To celebrate the partnership, AirAsia is offering promo seats for as low as P199 base fare only for direct flights to/from Manila-Macau via AirAsia Philippines. Promo seats are available for booking at www.airasia.com for immediate travel in November until June 9th 2015.
Pacman Fanatics can look forward to spotting this special MP Branded Airbus A320 painting the skies red and with the colors of the Philippine Flag .


Pages Flipper, Chix & Tell and his Royal Gandaness GandaEversomuch 
with AirAsia Group CEO Tony Fernandes.


About AirAsia Group

AirAsia is proud to be a truly ASEAN (Association of Southeast Asian Nations) airline with esstablished operations base in Malaysia, Indonesia, Thailand, the Philippines and India, servicing a network stretching across all Asean countries as well as China, India and Australia.


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