Spot #AirAsiaZestinSinulog

CEBU CITY, 18 January 2014  – AirAsia Zest AirAsia Zest, the Filipino Low Cost Carrier that flies hand in hand with AirAsia, voted the World’s Best Low Cost Carrier for five consecutive years, is offering free seats for two to any of its domestic and international destination in its social media page through “Spot #AirAsiaZestinSinulog” contest.

Facebook, Twitter and Instagram fans will get a chance to win free seats by simply taking their best photo with any AirAsia Zest posters, parade float, cabin crew or any images with its logo at the Sinulog festivities in Cebu and upload them using

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Cebuanos thank AirAsia Zest for Cebu-Kuala Lumpur route

[caption id="attachment_3875" align="aligncenter" width="545"] Ceremonial dousing of Cebu-Kuala Lumpur maiden flight .[/caption]

"Cebu has many reasons to be thankful today," said Cebu Provincial Tourism Officer Grace Paulino last December 1, 2013 before local journalists, bloggers, airport officials and personnel, and representatives of AirAsia Zest.

The AirAsia Zest maiden flight just returned from Kuala Lumpur and ceremonially doused with water moments after touch down.

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AirAsia Zest begins campaign to aid typhoon Yolanda victims

Tune Hotels joins hands to extend relief aid
Manila – AirAsia Zest, in collaboration with Tune Hotels, today officially starts, To Philippines With Love, a donation and relief drive aimed at helping typhoon devastated communities in central Philippines.
To Philippines With Love, involves free airlift of goods and transport for accredited rescue, humanitarian and medical workers.

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AirAsia Zest airlifts relief goods to areas hit by 7.2-strong quake

AIRASIA Zest has flown in aboard its PQ-7489 flight the first batch of relief goods from Manila on October 24, 2013 at the Mactan Cebu International Airport as part of its relief operations for earthquake victims in Central Visayas.
With the relief operation called “Bangon Cebu ug Bohol,” the AirAsia Zest offers free airlift services of relief goods and volunteer personnel from Luzon to Cebu and Bohol.

[caption id="attachment_3579" align="alignright" width="436"] (From left) Mactan-Cebu International Airport Authority (MCIAA) board member and Cebu businessman Ricky Dakay and Manager Nigel Paul Villarete welcomee AirAsia Zest COO Joy Caneba and CEO Maan

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