AirAsia RedPass to Allow 50,000 Doctors Onboard AirAsia Flights

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Since the outbreak of Covid-19 has disrupted the entire globe, Doctors across the world are risking their lives to ensure that the spread of Covid-19 is contained and people live a risk-free and healthy life. All the doctors have been working day and night treating patients who are developing the symptoms of Covid-19. To express gratitude towards all the hard-working doctors, budget carrier AirAsia has announced a special programme named as the AirAsia Red Pass initiative to honour the contributions made by doctors in difficult times. Under the new programme, AirAsia will give away 50,000 free seats on flights across its domestic sectors, especially to doctors for their outstanding effort in treating the infected persons and supporting the nation.

How to Avail the Benefits of AirAsia RedPass

Doctors who want to avail the benefits mentioned under the AirAsia Red Pass programme can submit their official details with their registration number and ID Proof on the official website of AirAsia. Doctors must note that applications will be opened till June 12, 2020. Also, AirAsia has mentioned the travel period. All the doctors must select their date of travel between July 1, 2020, to September 30, 2020. In case if the travel period is planned outside the stated period, the benefits will not be provided. Apart from this, Doctors planning to apply for the RedPass programme must note that the offer will be valid for a one-way flight on the AirAsia domestic network. Doctors will also have to make redemption at least 14 days before the travel date.

AirAsia is Honouring the Commitment and Determination of Doctors

Mr Ankur Garg who is the Chief Commercial Officer of AirAsia India stated that “As a mark of respect to our doctors who have shown admirable values though the last few months that is grit, determination and strength, AirAsia wanted to express its gratitude for the tireless efforts made by doctors.” He also added that since the outbreak of Covid-19 happened in India, many doctors have been away from their loved ones to fulfil their duties towards the nation. To ensure that they are connected with their family and friends, AirAsia has announced the new RedPass initiative.

AirAsia is Taking All the Precautionary Measures

As the government has lifted the ban from the Aviation sector, all the airlines are taking the precautionary measure and following all the flying rules to ensure a comfortable and hassle-free journey. AirAsia is providing safety kits to all its passengers boarding in domestic flights. Apart from this, AirAsia is ensuring that all the social distancing measures are being followed by the passengers and staff. Before boarding the aircraft, passengers are thermal screened to ensure complete safety. Also, the status of Aarogya Setu app is being checked by the AirAsia staff.

Things to Know About AirAsia RedPass Initiative

AirAsia has noted that all the doctors who are filling the application under the RedPass initiative must be a registered practitioner who is presently registered with the Medical Council of India. Once the doctors have filled the application form, AAI will review all the application forms which are filled by the doctors. Once the details are verified, the carrier will send the voucher to the selected applicants on their Email ID latest by June 20, 2020. Applicants must also note that the AirAsia RedPass voucher cannot be redeemed offline at airport counters, call centres or bookings made through travel agents. Also, Applicants must note that the RedPass will just offer free seats to doctors. AirAsia will not entertain any free rescheduling of flights. The RedPass cannot be combined or exchanged with any other promotional offer by AirAsia. Apart from this, if the customers want to know more about the offer, they can visit the official website of AirAsia and know more about the AirAsia RedPass initiative.

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