AirAsia launches direct flights from Manila to Shanghai!

AirAsia, the World’s Best Low Cost Carrier for seven consecutive years, is offering direct flights from Manila to Shanghai starting June 10 with all-in promotional fares starting from as low as P2,888 only. These promo fares can be booked at and

  • Booking can be made from today until June 5, 2016.
  • Travel period from June 10, 2016 to October 29, 2016.

AirAsia Direct Flights Manila to Shanghai

AirAsia’s Manila and Shanghai Schedule : 3x per week

Flight Number From To Departure Arrival Frequency
Z2 18 Manila Shanghai 23:20 2:40 Tue/Fri/Sun
Z2 19 Shanghai Manila 3:40 7:05 Mon/Wed/Sat


Win Round Trip Manila – Shanghai Tickets

AirAsia in partnership with Wanderlass blog is giving away one (1) round trip ticket Manila to Shanghai and one (1) Shanghai Disneyland Park 1-day pass.

Join the RAFFLE by singing up below. Winner will be notified by email/private message, as well as, announced on Wanderlass Facebook Page. Terms and Conditions apply. Please read carefully.

Airasia Manila Shanghai


Terms & Conditions:

  • Travel period must be between June 17 to August 31, 2016
  • Booking must be made 14-days before date of travel
  • First flight must be taken out of Manila
  • Flight ticket and Disneyland pass must be booked on the same travel period
  • Free 20kg baggage allowance
  • Not included: travel tax & airport terminal fees (if any)

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About Shanghai

The most influential city in China, Shanghai pulsates with life amongst the bright lights from towering skyscrapers, fashionable folks strolling along the scenic banks of The Bund, and old temples with rich culture and history. Here at the heart of the huge metropolis, you can find the perfect blend of cultures – old and new, western and oriental – exemplifying what contemporary China is all about.


Manila Shanghai Direct Flight

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About Shanghai Disney Resort

The $5.5-billion Shanghai Disney Resort is the company’s third theme park resort in Asia, following properties in Tokyo and Hong Kong. It is also the third-largest property, slightly smaller than Disneyland Paris Resort but nearly twice the size of the original Disneyland Resort in California and is strategically located in Shanghai’s bustling Pudong district, home to some of Shanghai’s most recognisable skyscrapers and a number of luxury hotels, and just 12.5 miles from the Shanghai Pudong International Airport.


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