More than 1,300 civil servants took part in the 5-kilometre run
KUCHING, 14 OCTOBER 2017
AirAsia, the world’s best low cost airline today organised the AirAsia Waran Perjalanan Udara Awam (WPUA) Fun Run for the first time in Kuching, Sarawak. Held at Sarawak Stadium, the run aimed to further promote WPUA product benefits to the state government and strengthen relationship between government agencies and AirAsia.
The Fun Run was flagged off by YBhg. Datu Ik Pahon Anak Joyik, Permanent Secretary, Ministry of Tourism, Sarawak; alongside Brenda Marajan, Deputy Director of Sarawak Accountant General; Mohd Fauzi Rajab, Head of Government Business Development & Charter, AirAsia Berhad; and Zamani Rafique, Director of Government Relations, AirAsia Berhad.
More than 1,300 civil servants including Federal Government agencies, State Government agencies, Statutory Bodies agencies and others participated in the 5-kilometre run. The participants also walked away with special AirAsia lucky draw prizes; including flight tickets, exclusive merchandises and AirAsia BIG Points.
AirAsia’s WPUA is a comprehensive travel package specially designed for those in public service on an official duty travel. The benefit includes complimentary Hot Seat selection, up to 40kg baggage allowance, inflight meal and drink, Express Boarding service, Tune Protect travel insurance, booking up to 3 hours before flight departure, complimentary flight change up to 2 hours before flight departure, dedicated counter service at the airport and more.
In addition, those flying on travel warrants can also earn AirAsia BIG points when they spend on airasia.com and other merchant partners. The airline also plans to include more benefits such as free in-flight Wi-Fi via Rokki to continue providing seamless service and competitive rates to the civil servants.
The AirAsia WPUA Fun Run in Kuching is powered by official partners such as Tune Protect, Santan, Big Duty Free, Big Loyalty, Rokki, Moma Water and VICO.
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