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Planning ahead: AirAsia adds manpower for Holy Week travel rush

AirAsia Philippines will be deploying additional personnel at airports to ensure a hassle-free experience for passengers during the Holy Week travel season.

The low-cost carrier owned by Malaysian billionaire Tony Fernandes said more mechanics and ground staff will be on duty next week until the end of March.

“We also have staff on standby who can be called upon to assist during peak hours,” the company stated in a press release.

AirAsia assured there will be no overbooking of flights during the peak travel period.

The daily average passenger volume of 130,000 at the Ninoy Aquino International Airport (NAIA) is expected to increase by 50,000 for the entirety of Holy Week.

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