Inspired by a dancing video of its cabin crew member Assraf Nasir, who became an Internet sensation after posting a video of him dancing onboard an empty aircraft, AirAsia and AirAsia X have decided to capitalize on this and offer a three-day promotional sale.
#AirAsiaDanceToFly will be available for all destinations operated by both AirAsia and AirAsia X and starts at RM499 for one-way all-in fares and is also inclusive of taxes and fees.
That’s not all, as the most creative video that best imitates Assraf’s dance moves will be awarded with two return flights to Honolulu, for free. The contest will be held on social media between 3rd and 9th April, 2017 and announced on AirAsia’s official social media channels.
The video must be up to 15-seconds long, without audio and uploaded to Instagram, using the hashtag #AirAsiaDanceToFlyMY by 11:59 pm 9th April. Don’t forget to put a reason why you should win in the caption.
The promotion will be valid for booking from 31st March, 2017 to 2nd April, 2017, for the travel period between 31st March, 2017 and 30th September, 2017.
AirAsia Warns of another Scam
Maybe you’ve seen on social media that AirAsia is giving away 240 shopping vouchers worth RM1,590 each?
Except it’s not. This is just another online scam and the Malaysian carrier has warned customers not to buy into it.
In a statement regarding the online scam, AirAsia said on its Facebook page:
AirAsia would like to confirm this is a scam, which uses the AirAsia brand without authorization, to lure the public to participate in its scheme. We strongly advise the public to disregard such scams and not to click on any links or to provide any personal details. AirAsia shall not be held liable for any claims pertaining to the false scheme. We will not hesitate to take legal action against individuals or groups who organize illegal schemes using the AirAsia brand.
The carrier also pointed out that all its customers can find all of its promotions at airasia.com or on channels AirAsia advertises on.
Since then, the page has been taken off.