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AirAsia offers low-cost flights to celebrate second anniversary in Hawaii

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We all have that trip of a lifetime that we’ve been planning, and now’s your chance to make it a reality! AirAsia is celebrating two years of service in Hawaii and is offering further discounted airfare to over 140 destinations to mark the anniversary. HI Now host Kanoe Gibson is getting a tour of one of AirAsia’s planes with Miss Hawaii 2018 Penelope Ng Pack, who will be traveling with the airline later this year.

To celebrate, travelers can book daily low-cost flights to Osaka and onward to over 140 destinations including convenient one-stop service to Bangkok, Taipei and the airline’s headquarters hub in Kuala Lumpur. Bali is also a popular destination for Kama’aina looking for surprisingly low airfare.

For example, fares to Osaka are currently being offered from as low as $139 one way. Premium Flatbed Service is also available from $529, a real deal when other airlines often offer the service for the price of a coach class ticket. The service includes priority check-in, boarding, luggage, meal service and more.

To get these deals, travelers must book by Sunday, July 7, for travel from December 1st through September 8th, 2020. Booking a cheap flight to any of the amazing countries the airline flies to will make for a life-changing experience you won’t soon forget, and AirAsia helps to make it fast and easy.

AirAsia has been named World’s Best Low-Cost Airline for the 11th year in a row at the annual awards held in London each year. The airline believes that incredible travel experiences shouldn’t come with a high price tag. With unbeatable airfare deals from AirAsia, you can dive into the culture and adventure without going beyond your travel budget. Let your daydreams become your reality and work smarter, not harder, to find the best flight by booking with AirAsia.

For more information: airasia.com or on Facebook, Instagram, and Twitter: @airasia