The airasia Super App is now live in Indonesia, focusing on Bali as its key international tourist market.
For a full integrated travel experience, the travel super app also announced the flag-off of its ride-hailing service, airasia ride, in Bali today, enabling an end-to-end travel journey for everyone using the airasia Super App on the island of Bali.
The launch of airasia Super App was officiated by the Head of Bali Transportation Bureau, I Gde Wayan Samsi Gunarta and Chief Commercial Officer of airasia Super App, Tan Mai Yin at a press conference in Kuta.
“We are happy to kickstart our airasia Super App Indonesia journey in Bali, as it is definitely the right location to spearhead our growth with a population of over 4 million people and is a world-renowned holiday island destination. As a travel super app, we are confident that we are able to create value for our users, aside from convenience, reliability and affordability with all the products and services which we have and will introduce here soon,” Amanda Woo, CEO of airasia Super App, addressed.
Meanwhile, with an integrated Online Travel Agent (OTA) platform on the app, users can now book flights from over 700 global carriers and stay at over 700,000 hotels worldwide, complemented by a ride-hailing service.
Users can also enjoy other services, such as online duty-free shopping on the platform, with options for purchases to be delivered straight to their seats inflight on AirAsia flights or picked up at any participating airport.
The airasia Super App also offers food delivery services, which are currently available in the Tangerang and Jakarta areas at the moment.