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AirAsia Black Friday deals for 2020

Explore Asia on the cheap with these Black Friday deals.

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Known for having some great sales events, AirAsia is set to impress this Black Friday, which falls on 29 November in 2019. Not only will you be flying with the world's best low-cost airline, but you'll get to save on some already low fares to destinations all around Asia. AirAsia are not offering Black Friday, but you can secure flight deals including return flights to Bali for $250 with AirAsia via Cheap Flights and flights to India from $588 return with with AirAsia via Skiddoo.

Latest AirAsia deals for Black Friday

Book these Air Asia flight bargains right now:

How do AirAsia's Black Friday deals compare to other deals and previous years?

Previously, AirAsia launched a 72-hour Black Friday sale with 20% off fares from Sydney, Melbourne, Gold Coast and Perth to Kuala Lumpur when booked via the AirAsia mobile app.

Why we're looking forward to AirAsia's Black Friday deals

  • The airlines flies to 120 destinations around Asia
  • Pay for what you need and save on what you don't
  • Awarded the world's best low-cost airline 11 years in a row

Looking for more Black Friday deals?

AirAsia isn't the only airline throwing down the biggest deals for Black Friday. Have a look at our full list of Black Friday travel deals to see how else you can save.

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