Travellers will be happy to see AirAsia domestic flights back in the skies in the Philippines, Indonesia and Malaysia during June 2020.
AirAsia domestic flights back
Countries worldwide are resuming domestic travel and gradually reopening international borders as they reduce the Covid-19 infection numbers. Within South East Asia, the AirAsia Group is building up the number destinations and service frequencies from June 2020.
Health & Safety
AirAsia Group have taken a number of measures to ensure the health and wellbeing of passengers. Besides complying with the advice and regulations from government and health authorities, AirAsia has implemented a range of end-to-end contactless procedures.
Malaysia enters the Recovery Movement Control Order (RMCO) stage on 10th June 2020. Domestic flights resume the same day, between sixteen destinations across Malaysia. Kickstart your travel plans by checking out their AirAsia Unlimited Pass especially for domestic travel, which goes on sale 11th June. It’s only available until 13th June, for travel between 25th June and the end of March 2020.
AirAsia Philippines resume services in the Philippines on 5th June. This follows the Philippine government’s directive of easing community quarantine restrictions in Metro Manila and several parts of the country. Services will initially be for key domestic routes and will gradually increase to include international destinations by July.
Please note that changes may occur, based on developments with partners in the government and local government units.
Selected flights are open for booking via the airasia.com website and the AirAsia mobile app. You may use your credit accounts to redeem these flights. Additional routes and flight schedules will be added to the AirAsia website and mobile app, subject to approval from the authorities.
AirAsia Philippines domestic route resumption from 5th June 2020
|Flight No||From||To||Days of Service|
|Z2 691/692||Manila||Cagayan de Oro||Starting 5th June 2020|
|Z2 763/764||Manila||Cebu||Starting 6th June 2020|
|Z2 911/912||Clark||Cagayan de Oro||Starting 7th June 2020|
|Z2 426/427||Manila||Puerto Princesa||Starting 11th June 2020|
|Z2 430/431||Manila||Puerto Princesa|
|Z2 951/952||Clark||Puerto Princesa|
|Z2 521/522||Cebu||Davao||Starting 11th June 2020 (Thursdays only)|
|Z2 613/614||Manila||Davao||Starting 12th June 2020 (Fridays only)|
|Z2 480/481||Clark||Davao||Starting 13th June 2020 (Saturdays only)|
Updated routes following developments from national and local governments
Operations at Manila Ninoy Aquino International Airport
Following resumption of AirAsia services, domestic flights operations will move temporarily to Terminal 3 from its usual location at Terminal 4 until further notice by airport authorities.
Please note the implementation of Health and Safety measures as per the Group-wide procedures.
These will be in place throughout the entire journey, including pre-flight, in-flight, and arrival processes including the mandatory wearing of face masks. You must also check any local measures implemented by local airport authorities for a smooth travel experience.
AirAsia Indonesia have issued the following statement regarding the resumption of domestic services in the country. It is reproduced as issued.
Due to operational reasons and following the COVID-19 conditions in the country, AirAsia Indonesia (flight code QZ) will adjust the resumption of several flights accordingly, which are now targeted to commence from 19th June 2020.
All guests affected by these changes will receive notifications on service recovery options through registered email and SMS.
For more information on the latest flight schedule and status, guests may refer to airasia.com or the AirAsia mobile application.
All guests flying AirAsia in the future are required to understand and strictly adhere to regulations and requirements set by the respective governments and authorities – both of the country or region of origin as well as those of the destination, regarding health, immigration and travel restrictions.
Please refer to Indonesia Domestic and International Travel Requirements During COVID-19 Period for updated information on travel requirements to fly to/from and within Indonesia, and also AirAsia’s enhanced safety measures which are available in the same link.
Guests are advised to also check their departure terminal in advance, as some airports may have relocated terminals designated for domestic or international flights.
AirAsia Indonesia will continue to monitor the situation closely and will take necessary precautions to ensure guests arrive safe and healthy at their destination. We will gradually reinstate our services around our network, once the global health situation improves and regulatory restrictions are lifted.
AirAsia Indonesia domestic flight schedule from 19th June 2020[table style=”table-striped”]
|Flight No||From||To||Departure||Arrival||Days of Service|
|QZ 7520||Jakarta (CGK)||Bali (DPS)||9:20 (9.20am)||12.25 (12.25pm)||Monday, Wednesday, Friday, Sunday|
|QZ 7521||Bali (DPS)||Jakarta (CGK)||12.50 (12.50pm)||13:35 (1.35pm)||Monday, Wednesday, Friday, Sunday|
|QZ 192||Jakarta (CGK)||Medan (KNO)||12.10 (12.10pm)||14:40 (2.40pm)||Monday, Wednesday, Friday, Sunday|
|QZ 193||Medan (KNO)||Jakarta (CGK)||15:05 (3.05pm)||17.25 (5.25pm)||Monday, Wednesday, Friday, Sunday|
*Flight schedule updated 8th June 2020 1600hrs GMT+7
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