AirAsia MOVE, formerly known as airasia Superapp, has introduced a revamped travel subscription plan called the Asean Pass. 

This new plan, announced on Monday, offers subscribers exclusive discounts on flights, hotels, and rides, aiming to provide a comprehensive and affordable travel solution within the ASEAN region. 

“We are happy to finally bring back a new version of the popular travel subscription pass – with a refreshed name, Asean Pass – ensuring travelers a seamless and affordable travel subscription plan while exploring Asean,” said AirAsia MOVE Chief Executive Nadia Omer.  

“This offering reaffirms our commitment to providing travelers with one convenient travel solution, encompassing AirAsia flights and AirAsia MOVE’s offerings under one Unlimited plan.” 


Building upon the success of its predecessor, airasia Super+ Back in December 2022, which saw over 80,000 flight seats redeemed across its Lite and Premium options, AirAsia said.  

On average, subscribers of airasia Super+ Back saved more than MYR1,500, or around SGD427.29, throughout their subscription period through redeemed flights, highlighting the substantial value of the service. 

The Asean Pass offers subscribers zero-base fares on international Asean flights operated by the AirAsia airline group. 

Additionally, subscribers can benefit from unlimited use of an exclusive promo code, providing up to 50% discounts on over 900,000 hotel bookings and a free AirAsia ride from Kuala Lumpur International Airports, Terminal 1 & 2, with an extra MYR2.00 off on all trips booked through AirAsia Ride. 

Upon subscribing, at a cost of MYR1,188 in Malaysia or SGD388 in Singapore, each member will also receive 5,000 AirAsia Points, which can be utilized to redeem flights, rides, and hotel stays. 

AirAsia connects Southeast Asia

On Tuesday, AirAsia Malaysia noted that it is the “only airline offering direct flights to all 10 ASEAN countries” after resuming the Kuala Lumpur-Vientiane route, starting July 2, 2024. 

“As an Asean airline, we will continue to champion its integration through the continued support of the ASEAN Open Skies Policy to increase regional and domestic connectivity and enhance Asean trade opportunities through the liberalization of air travel under the single, unified air transport market.” AirAsia Aviation Group CEO Bo Lingam said in a separate release.