Philippines Air Asia Launches Red Talks Season 2!

Red Talks is back! 

After a successful first season last year, Air Asia, the world’s best low cost carrier, is bringing back Red Talks – a travel web series shown on Air Asia’s Facebook page. 

Air Asia has once again partnered with multi-awarded TV host, entrepreneur, producer, blogger and UNICEF Special Advocate, Daphne Oseña-Paez to engage the netizens in meaningful conversations.

AirAsia RedTalks host Daphne Oseña-Paez

Red talks is about showing the different aspects of traveling as well as discussing social issues and empowering communities. 

The second season of Red Talks with Daphne was officially launched at the Twilight Roof Deck of Bai Hotel in Cebu on February 22, 2018. It was attended by Philippines Air Asia Chairperson Maan Hontiveros, Philippines Air Asia CEO Captain Dexter Comendador, and Air Asia Foundation’s Executive Director Mun Ching Yap.

Philippines AirAsia CEO Capt. Dexter Comendador

Philippines Air Asia Chairperson Maan Hontiveros

AirAsia Philippines CEO Captain Dexter Comendador said, “AirAsia is a sociable and innovative brand and we embrace social media not only to engage our fans but also to inspire and connect with our guests. With RedTalks, we are bringing back the era of talk TV and magazine shows to online audience with a refreshing approach using a platform that has become so effective and popular.”

AirAsia RedTalks host Daphne Oseña-Paez said, “The quality of stories and the online engagement we got last year when RedTalks was launched have been overwhelming. For this new season, we aim to raise the level of discussion and cover a wide range of topics to engage our audience and inspire them to have meaningful connections.”

Daphne with Chef JP Anglo and Mr. Puentespina of Malagos CHocolates
Media and bloggers from Davao, Cebu and Manila were able to watch the pilot episode during the launch.

Davao Media and Bloggers with Philippines AirAsia team

In the first episode, Daphne and her guest Chef JP Anglo traveled to Davao City to feature the award-winning Malagos Chocolates. Chef JP concocted a dish using the proudly Davao-made chocolate which will be included in AirAsia’s in-flight menu called Santan in April this year. Watch the pilot episode below.

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