I guess we’re flying more often now with top-notch airline, AirAsia as they’re ready to serve travel enthusiasts better.
Booking a flight at a lower cost or on a seat sale doesn’t mean you’ll get to experience less on the way to your destination. Not only can you travel much more now, and on a budget, you can reach greater miles through AirAsia’s new headquarters—Redpoint. Staying true to its tagline, “Now everyone can fly,” AirAsia pledges its newest avenue to progress in terms of giving the best experience while so many feet above.
The new 2000 sqm. home of All Stars (the crew and all men and women of AirAsia Philippines) boasts of all things contemporary. From wide-open shared spaces to swings and hammocks, four season-themed meeting rooms to creative lounges, everyone is paramount to design and creative efficiency. As a spacious working space indeed molds inspiration for those who provide service, travelers can now be pleased by a pre-travel ease, and still book flights on a low-cost fare.
Alongside their fresh quarters in NAIA Terminal 3, the airline is having access to more exciting destinations like Osaka, Narita, Honolulu, and Bacolod. As more planes arrive, there will be more frequent flights. Can we now expect less delayed flights? Well, there can be no guarantee to that, especially for unforeseen circumstances. But as much as possible, AirAsia is swearing to the best efforts and services possible. Nevertheless, handed over by vibrant, energetic, well-trained flight attendants, the in-flight experience is truly top-notch. (Even the meals that we always love having get more irresistible and sumptuous than ever.)
“As Asia’s largest low-cost carrier, the opening of RedPoint signifies a new era for AirAsia in the Philippines, its new and stylish working environment has been specifically designed to break down departmental silos, inspire collaboration, foster creativity and enhance teamwork,” says Ricardo Isla, AirAsia Philippines CEO, attesting that Redpoint all goes down to AirAsia’s core values.
Now, the only question remains is: When and where are you flying off to next?