Asia is home to some of the world’s best travel destinations, rich cultural heritage and amazing people. It is also home to AirAsia, the world’s best low cost carrier for eight consecutive years, voted by Skytrax users. AirAsia enables more and more people to travel for them to see and experience what the world has to offer by making flying more fun, affordable and accessible.
AirAsia recently launched Red Talks with Daphne, a web series that features different places and stories about traveling, flying, helping and inspiring communities. The web series is hosted by Daphne Oseña-Paez, an award-winning TV host and producer.
“AirAsia was established with a dream of making flying affordable and accessible to all and this success story has inspired so many people and communities across the region. The Red Talks team led by Daphne traveled far and beyond to search for places and meet people who share the same dream and story,” said David Viray, Philippines AirAsia Brand Manager.
The web series will have six episodes featuring stories about what made AirAsia to what it is right now.
Destination: Dream (The Man with the Red Cap)
The first episode will take us to AirAsia’s massive headquarters in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia where Daphne and AirAsia Group CEO Tony Fernandes talk about the airline’s humble beginning and the exciting times for air travelers in the future.
Being a cabin crew is not an easy job, the second episode will show us how it takes to be an AirAsia cabin crew and their journeys and training earned them the distinct recognition of being world-class in a highly demanding job and environment.
Destination: Good (The Silversmiths of Arkomjogja)
This third episode tells the story of architects and silversmiths in Jogjakarta, Indonesia, where AirAsia Foundation helps in keeping these ancient traditions alive.
This episode will talk about ASEAN as a single market destination and how AirAsia is making it more convenient, more affordable, more fun and more exciting to travel around thousands of islands and the challenges of connecting people, places, and empowering communities.
The fifth episode goes to Palawan to talk about the role of business in environmental protection. Daphne talks about pearl production and delves into the ongoing campaign to protect Palawan’s marine biodiversity through responsible eco-tourism.
The finale will be a tribute to travelers from all walks of life. The viewers will enjoy the story of adventure, thrill, and excitement in Shanghai, China.
I’m really excited to watch this web series to learb more about AirAsia, and at the same time be inspired to travel more. Good thing, I still have some BIG points that I can use to book a flight. AirAsia BIG Loyalty Program makes it even easier for us to fly faster. AirAsia’s award-winning loyalty programme, AirAsia BIG Loyalty allows us to earn AirAsia BIG Points to redeem free AirAsia flights, hotel stays and more. With over 100 partners worldwide, there are plenty of ways to earn points. And every month during the member-exclusive Final Call Sale, flights can be redeemed from only 500 BIG Points!
Let’s all watch Red Talks with Daphne on AirAsia Philippines’ Facebook page beginning March 25, 2017, Saturday at 7:00pm. New episodes will be uploaded every other Saturday.
Red Talks with Daphne was made possible by the AirAsia Foundation, the AA BIG Loyalty Programme, Hyatt Regency Yogyakarta, Flower Island Resort Palawan and Jewelmer.