AirAsia Marks 300 Millionth Guest Milestone with “Celebratory Fares”

11th Aug 2015

AirAsia Group has decided to celebrate a huge 300-millionth-guest flown milestone by offering a total of 3 million all-in, one way “celebratory fares”.

In a statement issued yesterday, the carrier said:

Guests can fly to many exciting destinations across Asia and Australia, such as Singapore, Kuala Lumpur, Maldives, Manila, Hyderabad, Seoul, Osaka, Tokyo, Melbourne and Sydney. The promo seats are now up for grabs online at until 16 August, 2015 for travel period from 15 February, 2016 until 31 August, 2016.

According to AirAsia, customers can also get their “celebratory fares” via the airline’s mobile app, go to its mobile site or download to their Android or iOS device.

AirAsia also said in a statement:

AirAsia BIG members can also redeem the promotional flights from 460 BIG Points. Members with insufficient BIG Points can also opt to pay with Big Points plus cash option or even transfer points to or from friends and families who are BIG members. BIG members can also use BIG Points to redeem for in-flight meals and baggage during the redemption booking. To redeem, please visit

Art Director from Jakarta 300 Millionth AirAsia Guest

The 300 millionth guest AirAsia has flown was Jodie Lazuardie. This 30-year old art director from Jakarta received a red carpet welcome, which included a private pick up from the jet, fast-track immigration service and priority baggage handling.

During all of this, Mr. Lazuardie was being escorted by AirAsia cabin crew.

The lucky 300 millionth passenger was then chauffeured to The Ritz-Carlton Hotel in Jakarta where the AirAsia Group management team was waiting to congratulate him.

Among the people welcoming Lazuardie were Tony Fernandes, AirAsia Group CEO, co-founder and Kamarudin Meranun, AirAsia X Group CEO and AirAsia BIG CEO Alice Goh.

Fernandes and Goh presented Lazuardie with his 3 million BIG Points, which will allow him to redeem hundreds of free flights to any destination operated by the carrier.

AirAsia Group CEO Fernandes said the following on this occasion:

We are delighted to be here to welcome our 300-milionth guest. When we started AirAsia fourteen years ago, we merely had two aircraft in operation supported by 250 staff across five destinations in Malaysia. Today, we have established operations in 5 countries including Malaysia, Indonesia, Thailand, Philippines and India with over 17,000 Allstars.

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