• AirAsia is transferring its international flights to T2

      AirAsia is transferring its international flights to the brand new Terminal 2 of Mactan Cebu International Airport (MCIA) in Cebu, Philippines, effective July 1, 2018.

      “We are delighted to be moving to a new terminal, which will provide our guests with enhanced travel experience. The relocation to the new terminal also provides us with a great capacity for long-term growth and expansion in Cebu as AirAsia’s hub.” AirAsia Philippines CEO Captain Dexter Comendador said.

      AirAsia operates several international flights in Cebu namely: Kuala Lumpur, Singapore, Taipei, Incheon, Shenzhen, Hangzhou, and Shanghai.* AirAsia guests holding international flight bookings to and from Cebu’s Mactan International Airport (MCIA) starting July 1 are being advised that their flights will now operate in Terminal 2.
      Guests are advised to arrive at the new terminal at least 3 hours prior to the scheduled time of departure.

      For a seamless journey, AirAsia encourages guests to conduct self-check-in via AirAsia website or AirAsia mobile app or kiosks located at the airport, before proceeding to the baggage drop counters.

      “Visayas and large parts of Mindanao are underserved markets that are saddled by high airfares due to limited options or duopoly. We are excited to introduce new flights from Cebu to VisMin and vice versa and make flying more affordable, accessible through our signature low fares,” Comendador added.

      MCIA Terminal 2 is beautifully designed using a uniquely indigenous architecture with modern facilities, offering a comfortable space for travelers. There are 48 check-in counters that are expandable to 72 counters for departing travelers. To ensure accessibility and convenience, a two-level forecourt separates the arrival area from departure station. It is fully integrated with landside development.

      AirAsia's Pilot Sisters together with AirAsia Executives.
      From L to R: Marizette Bacus, AA Deputy Group CEO Aireen Omar, Capt. Dexter Comendador CEO, AA Philippines, and Abegail Bacus
      Both are registered nurses and are Cebuanas too.

      The Terminal 2 also has provisions for seven-passenger boarding bridges that can be expanded to 12 boarding bridges serving wide and narrow body aircrafts. It will be equipped with 12 escalators and 15 elevators facilitating the easy movement of passengers, especially for persons with disabilities.
      You may like...

      Facebook Comments

    about us
    We are the first Cebu Online Media.

    iSTORYA.NET is Cebu's Biggest, Southern Philippines' Most Active, and the Philippines' Strongest Online Community!
    follow us