Score cheap flights to Asia from $80 with AirAsia’s sale
This is not a drill: These are some of the lowest fares AirAsia has dropped.
Drop everything! If there was ever a time to book that Asia escape, this is it. AirAsia has released airfares left, right and centre to destinations including Indonesia, Malaysia, Thailand, Australia, Japan, Korea, Taiwan and India.
Let's get straight into it. For the lucky people of the Gold Coast, you can fly out to Kuala Lumpur for the cheapest fare of $80 one way.
The flights do not stop there with departures from Perth to Bali, Lombok and Kuala Lumpur from $89 each way. Kuala Lumpur is also on sale from Melbourne (Avalon) from $89 and Sydney from $104 one way.
The travel dates run from 1 March 2020 to 31 October 2020. Keep in mind there may be specific dates depending on when and where you'd like to travel.
The countdown is on as this sale is only available until 26 February 2020, unless sold out prior.
Don't waste another minute, head over to Skyscanner right now to lock in these cheap-as-chips tickets.
How good are these fares?
- Price: Unmissable. To say these fares are great would be an understatement. Previous AirAsia sales have dropped to $109 one way, this sale looks to save you $29 each way on the cheapest leg.
- Airline: Good. AirAsia is a low cost airline. This means that for an extra fee, checked baggage, in-flight meals and entertainment can be added.
- Travel time: Good. Depending on your destination, there may be connection times in Kuala Lumpur.
- Weather: Great. We recommend heading to Malaysia in March, or Bali in April to June and September to October. These months are the dry season and prices are set to be lower due to the off-season.
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