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LIST: AirAsia flight schedule for August 2020

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Aviation Updates Philippines – Low-cost carrier AirAsia Philippines continues to expand its route network with the reintroduction of commercial international flights and the addition of frequenceis to key domestic airports beginning August 2020.

Based on AirAsia's advisory as of August 1, the airline eyes to resume international flights this month from Manila to Kuala Lumpur, Bangkok-Don Mueang, Chengdu, and Taipei. AirAsia restarted international operations on July 21 with a direct flight to Malaysia.

Flights to Don Mueang begins on August 3 (every Monday), Kuala Lumpur on August 4 (every Tuesday), Chengdu on August 5 (every Wednesday), and Taipei on August 18 (every Tuesday). Starting August 12, Manila-Kuala Lumpur flights will operate on Wednesdays.

The following are the available international flights through AirAsia (as of August 1, 2020):
  • Manila - Don Mueang - Manila (every Monday)
  • Manila - Kuala Lumpur - Manila (every Wednesday)
  • Manila - Chengdu - Manila (every Wednesday)
  • Manila - Taipei - Manila (every Tuesday)

For the domestic sector, AirAsia is ramping up frequencies to Davao, Cebu, Iloilo, Bacolod, Kalibo, Caticlan, among others. Most of the frequency increases are effective August 16. As of the moment, the low-cost airline mostly retained the flight schedule from July for the first half of the month.

The following are the available domestic flights through AirAsia from August 1 to 15 only (as of August 1, 2020):
  • Manila - Davao - Manila (every Wednesday and Friday)
  • Manila - Cebu - Manila (daily)
  • Manila - Cagayan de Oro - Manila (every Tuesday, Thursday, and Saturday)
  • Manila - Iloilo - Manila (weekly)
  • Manila - Tacloban - Manila (daily)
  • Manila - Puerto Princesa - Manila (every Friday and Sunday)
  • Manila - Bacolod - Manila (every Wednesday and Saturday)
  • Manila - Kalibo - Manila (every Tuesday and Thursday)
  • Manila - Caticlan - Manila (every Wednesday and Friday)
  • Clark - Davao - Clark (every Saturday)
  • Cebu - Davao - Cebu (every Thursday)

The following are the available domestic flights through AirAsia from August 15 to 31 only (as of August 1, 2020):
  • Manila - Davao - Manila (daily)
  • Manila - Cebu - Manila (daily)
  • Manila - Cagayan de Oro - Manila (every Tuesday, Thursday, and Saturday)
  • Manila - Iloilo - Manila (daily)
  • Manila - Tacloban - Manila (daily)
  • Manila - Puerto Princesa - Manila (every Friday, and Sunday)
  • Manila - Bacolod - Manila (daily)
  • Manila - Kalibo - Manila (every Monday, Tuesday, Thursday, and Saturday)
  • Manila - Caticlan - Manila (every Monday, Wednesday, Friday, and Sunday)
  • Clark - Davao - Clark (every Monday, Tuesday, Thursday, and Saturday)
  • Cebu - Davao - Cebu
Take note, AirAsia may apply changes to their flight schedule without notice. If you have booked a flight, make sure to check your e-mails and messages for up-to-date information about your flight.

AirAsia reassures safety aboard its flights due to enhanced health measures while flying: "The safety and wellbeing of our guests and Allstars remains AirAsia’s top priority. AirAsia is complying with advice and regulations from the local government, civil aviation authorities, global and local health agencies, including the World Health Organization."


To name a few, the airline adopts a multi-layered approach in assuring safety to guests as early as arriving at the airport and continues throughout the flight. Upon arriving at the airport, several health screening stations and thermal scanners are placed at entry points and boarding gates.

Photo from AirAsia Philippines

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