Friday, June 12, 2020

AirAsia marks 6th anniversary with free tickets to doctors

Mumbai: AirAsia on Friday marked its sixth anniversary with an announcement about extension of the AirAsia 'RedPass' initiative, under which the airline has invited doctors across the country to fly free with AirAsia across its domestic network.
The low cost carrier, promoted by Tata Group and AirAsia Group, had operated its inaugural flight on June 12, 2014 from Bengaluru to Goa. Since then, the airline has expanded to 21 destinations in India with a fleet of 30 Airbus A320 aircraft. In a press release issued on Friday, AirAsia said doctors can now submit their contact details registration number or ID as proof on the website till June 19, 2020, with up to 50,000 AirAsia RedPasses available.

AirAsia India also announced the continuation of its #UmeedKiUdaan initiative to assist migrant workers reach their homes safely from various parts of the country. The airline has flown nearly 2,000 migrants till date in partnership with individuals, associations and state governments to reunite migrants with their families and will be operating on the Hyderabad - Patna route on Friday as its fourteenth charter flight of the #UmeedKiUdaan initiative.
12/06/20 Manju V/Times of India

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