AirAsia drops flights to Madrid for $199
A brand new partnership with Kiwi.com has opened up a whole new world for AirAsia.
From midday 16 November 2019, travellers will be able to tap into Kiwi's network of flights, hotels, activities and car hire, all via the AirAsia website.
This expands the low-cost carrier's network from the Pacific and Asia to include the UK, Europe, the Americas, the Middle East and beyond.
To celebrate, AirAsia is dropping the most incredible sale on flights to Europe that we've ever seen. From 12pm AEDT on 16 November, you'll be able to snap up flights from Sydney to Madrid, Spain for $199 return for travel from now until 31 March 2020.
Who said you can't still grab cheap Christmas flights? Not AirAsia.
As this booking is powered by Kiwi.com it's anyone's guess as to who you might be flying with. It could be low-cost airlines all the way or it could be a 5-star full-service trip. What is certain is that it'll be applied to any of the carriers that appear in the search results on airasia.com.
Naturally, there's a limited number of flights on sale, but when they're sold out, it won't be the end. Instead, a second wave of promo fares will appear. These start from $399 return for the same route and travel period.
Again, the number of these fares are limited, though this time when they sell out, they'll be gone for good.
Something to keep in mind is that there is a two-passenger limit per transaction. So if you've got a bit of a group going, it's best to have multiple people with their fingers on the pulse to book this one.
"When we started AirAsia as a low-cost airline back in 2001, I never thought one day we would be selling our competitors," said AirAsia CEO Tony Fernandes.
"But if there's one thing I've learned, it's never say never. Never say never and believe the unbelievable. Today, with the help of Kiwi.com, we are reinventing ourselves as more than just an airline, bringing to life our vision for airasia.com to be the region's one-stop travel shop."
You know the drill: Clear your calendar and get onto airasia.com at midday. Then start bragging about how cheap your European holiday trip is going to be.
Searching for more cheap flights to Europe? Check out the latest deals here.
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