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Endless FREE Flights For a Year?! Here’s the Ultimate Travel Hack That M’sians Should Know


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Have you been bitten by the travel bug lately? What if we told you that you could have the option to fly for free within Asean to Phuket, Chiang Rai, Medan and more for a whole year? Nope, this is not a dream!

Malaysians can get AirAsia MOVE’s Asean Explorer Pass to redeem FREE flights to Asean destinations for a year!

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Yes, fellow travellers, this is indeed a dream come true! If you’re looking to satisfy your wanderlust, then this pass is what you need. Plus, from 25 to 30 April ONLY, you can get the pass at an Early Bird promotion price of only RM999 (or RM89.91 per month!). Awesome, kan?!

But before you start packing, let us tell you all you need to know about this awesome deal!


1. Enjoy ZERO base fare flights within Asean for a year!

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AirAsia MOVE (previously known as airasia Superapp) recently introduced their new Asean Explorer Pass. This annual-based pass grants you an array of travel perks and discounts on the AirAsia MOVE app, including:

  • Endless Zero Base Fare flights (the travel period is from 21 May 2024 onwards)
  • Endless discounts for hotels (up to 50% OFF) with exclusive deals and vouchers for international hotel bookings
  • Endless discounts on e-hailing rides with AirAsia Ride (available in Malaysia only)

The pass is available for all members of the AirAsia MOVE app (so if you’re not yet registered, what are you waiting for?!). The great thing about this pass is that it covers AirAsia’s entire network of flights including international carriers such as Thai AirAsia and Philippines AirAsia. As long as you’re flying within Asean, this pass can get you there!


2. Save your wallet by getting this pass for as low as RM89.91/month

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It’s no secret that travelling can get pretty costly. That’s why travellers will be thrilled to know that the Asean Explorer Pass is currently having an exclusive Early Bird promotion price of only RM999 for the yearly plan! With this price point, you’ll definitely get the best bang for your buck as you’ll have access to endless Zero Base Fare flights!

You can also subscribe to the pass with an annual installment plan (with preferred major bank partners: Maybank, HSBC, Public Bank and AmBank) for only RM89.91 per month (inclusive of SST)! Once you’re subscribed to the plan, you’ll be able to book any AirAsia international flights to an Asean destination, provided that you make your bookings 14 days before your travel date.

After the Early Bird promotion period has ended, Malaysians will still be able to purchase the pass at RM1,188 (or RM99 per month) from 1 May 2024 onwards. Do note that all prices will be subjected to 8% SST. 

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3. Discover the beauty of Asean & enjoy plenty of perks!

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As the name suggests, this pass will allow you to travel within Asean. You can also book domestic destinations in countries other than your own. For instance, if you’re holding a Malaysian passport, you can redeem domestic flights on Thai AirAsia and Philippines AirAsia. Similarly, if you’re an expat living in Malaysia, you can redeem domestic flights in Malaysia with AirAsia Berhad (Malaysia).

Now, you can redeem domestic flights in Thailand to Chiang Rai, or in Philippines to visit Bohol and many other domestic flights available in those carriers. This pass will encourage you to discover some of the rare gems in Asean like Da Nang, Phu Quoc, Chiang Rai, Sihanoukville, Medan and more! These destinations may not be that far from home but trust us, nothing can beat our Asean hospitality!

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The Asean Explorer Pass is also being launched throughout other Asean countries including Thailand, Indonesia, the Philippines and Singapore. So, if you have friends or relatives in these countries that you haven’t seen in a while, spread the word about this pass so that you can visit each other or plan a group holiday without breaking the bank!

Apart from the awesome features above, users will also be able to enjoy plenty of other perks including:

  • 1x free airport ride with AirAsia Ride worth up to RM80 to and from KLIA (Terminal 1 and 2)
  • Access to book domestic flights (when you’re traveling in other Asean countries)
  • A sign-up bonus of 1,000 AirAsia points will be credited to your AirAsia account
  • BigPay users can get RM50 OFF the pass by using the promo code <BIGPAY>

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Want to get your hands on the Asean Explorer Pass? Here’s how!

To unlock these endless perks and savings, make sure you’re registered as a member on the AirAsia MOVE app and follow the steps on this page to redeem your free flights or hotel and ride discounts.

There are also a few things that users should note before getting the pass, including:

  • You can only make three active bookings at one time (to prevent pass holders from overbooking free flights that they might not board). However, you’ll be able to book more flights once your booked flight has flown.
  • Free flights are applicable for direct travel only (one-way or return) and for international routes within Asean.
  • Upon purchasing the Asean Explorer Pass, you can start redeeming your flights from 7 May onwards with the travel date starting from 21 May 2024.
  • Free flights refer to zero base fares which do not include airport taxes and other charges.

Other terms and conditions apply.


So, don’t wait around, folks. Grab the Asean Explorer Pass NOW to enjoy the Early Bird promo price and embark on a year filled with adventures!

For more information on routes, pass availability period and other terms & conditions, visit AirAsia’s website here. Don’t forget to download the AirAsia MOVE app here and you can follow them on Facebook and Instagram for the latest news and other awesome deals.


Source: Fly AirAsia
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