AirAsia online shop goes live in PHL

BusinessMirror file photo

AirAsia launched airasia Shop in the Philippines, further enhancing its digital platform to include convenient and value-for-money retail shopping, in partnership with its logistics venture, Teleport.

The online shop allows Philippine customers to purchase a wide range of quality authentic products from categories such as Beauty, Fashion, Electronics & Gadgets, Health & Wellness, Kids products and exclusive airasia merchandise with affordable prices and from the comforts of their own home, conveniently delivered to their doorsteps.

“Today is a momentous occasion as it marks the launch of airasia Shop in the Philippines, making it the second destination at which we have expanded our e-commerce presence in, and signifying the importance of the Philippine market to airasia. Through further partnerships and collaborations, we look forward to offering convenient and value-for-money travel retail shopping in the Philippines and consequently increasing our presence across Asean in the near future,” said Karen Chan, CEO of

“As industries shift and continue to be shaped by our current situation, airasia will continue to innovate amazing product offerings and experiences for our guests and customers, which is why airasia is the leading travel, lifestyle and digital platform in the region,” said Ricky Isla, CEO of AirAsia Philippines.

To celebrate the launch, from January 14 until January 31, airasia Shop is offering a 50 percent discount on selected items and free door-to-door delivery (with no minimum purchase) for all purchases, through Teleport.


Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *

This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed.

Previous Article

Smart Araneta Coliseum opens 2021 with virtual Wish Music Awards

Next Article

Fruitas sets capital spending at P270 million

Related Posts

Read more

Filreit hit by weak office demand

Filinvest REIT Corp. (Filreit), the flagship commercial real estate investment trust of the Gotianun Group, said it recorded a net income of P1.31 billion in 2022, a drop of 29 percent from the previous year’s P1.85 billion.