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AirAsia extends sales of Unlimited Pass Cuti-Cuti Malaysia

AirAsia announced today that it is extending the sale of its Unlimited Pass Cuti-Cuti Malaysia. Citing “in response to the overwhelming demand,” the offer is now available up until 15 June 2020 (23:59 GMT +8), a two-day extension from the original expiry date.

Priced at just MYR399, the Unlimited Pass enables you to redeem unlimited flights within Malaysia across 16 destinations, for travel up to 31 March 2021.

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AirAsia reports that since the launch of the pass on 11 June, 12,000 flights have been redeemed, with the first flight redemption taking place only seven minutes after the pass went on sale.

Kuching and Kota Kinabalu are favourite destinations, while other popular destinations include Tawau, Sibu, and Penang. Meanwhile, July and August records the highest number of flights redeemed.

The introduction of the Unlimited Pass is timely as it is aligned with the reopening of domestic travel under the Recovery Movement Control Order (RMCO). In addition, it is boosted by the Penjana Economic Recovery Plan which offers incentives such as a MYR1,000 income tax relief for domestic tourism expenses (up till December 2021).

Do note that flights redeemed with the Unlimited Pass are subject to government taxes and fees, add-ons and other applicable charges. Flight booking must be made at least 14 days before departure, embargo period and other terms and conditions apply.

For more information on how to purchase the Unlimited Pass and to redeem flights, read this announcement post.

As always, do read the Unlimited Pass T&C and FAQ.


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