TTG Asia are reporting on the launch of the ride hailing AirAsia Super App in Bali, Indonesia, allowing tourists to book a car ride for a safe, affordable and integrated travel experience in one seamless application.
Arbi Wienandar, head of delivery, AirAsia Super App, Indonesia, said “for more than two decades, over 700-million people have flown with AirAsia. Undoubtedly, we can do the same with land transportation (with) AirAsia Ride, through an integrated, affordable and inclusive digital ecosystem for everyone. The pool of rich database that we have as a travel super app is also an opportunity to enhance our customers’ journey in having a great experience,” report TTG Asia.
To celebrate its maiden entry in Indonesia, AirAsia Ride users can now earn 10x AirAsia points, which can be used to exchange for transactions across all AirAsia Super App services and products, including AirAsia food, flights, hotels, travelmall and SNAP.
Source: TTG Asia
Photo: airasia ride (Screenshot via Instagram @lim.benjie)