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AirAsia today announced that its planned online reservation system upgrade that was slated for this weekend has been postponed until further notice. Last week, the world’s leading low cost carrier announced that there would be a 13-hour downtime to facilitate for the system upgrade.

The said upgrade was to be done it its Navitaire New Skies reservation system as part of its continuous efforts to enhance guests’ online experience.

AirAsia said all systems will function as normal this weekend, and you’ll be able to book flights, check-in and manage your bookings as usual.

Without providing any details, AirAsia said that the system upgrade will be carried out at a later date.

That aside, don’t forget that AirAsia is offering 1.9 million discounted seats as part of its new year promo. It is offering all-in members fares from as low as MYR19 for local destinations, and as low as MYR49 to international destinations. AirAsia X on the other hand offers all-in members fares from as low as MYR319.

AirAsia BIG members can redeem promo seats from as low as 920 BIG Points on or the BIG Loyalty app.

More details here.

Ready to fly? Book your flights on or the AirAsia mobile app from 7 January (0001h GMT +8) to 20 January 2019 (2400h GMT +8) for immediate travel through to 31 July 2019.

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Source: AirAsia

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