AirAsia Boxing Day sales for 2020

Fly to Asia and beyond from $109 with AirAsia's big Boxing Day sale.

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The world's best low-cost airline for 11 years running, this airline is all about cheap flights to Asia and is no stranger to Boxing Day deals.

This year, it's hosting a sale during Christmas Week. Fares start from $109. Well, what are you waiting for? Check out the details below.

AirAsia's deals available on Boxing Day 2020:

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Bali flights from $225 return with AirAsia

Available on select dates until 31 August 2020. Sample fare is Perth-Bali.

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Bali flights from $258 return

Available for travel from 22 February - 30 November 2020. Sample fare is Perth-Bali with Air Asia. Other flights depart from Adelaide, Brisbane, Melbourne, Sydney and more.

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Maldives flights from $494 return

Available for flights 1 March - 1 December 2020 with AirAsia. Sample fare is Sydney-Maldives. Other flights depart from Brisbane, Melbourne, Perth and more.

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Bali flights from $235 return

Available for travel from March - September 2020. Sample fare is Perth-Bali with Air Asia. Other flights depart from Adelaide, Brisbane, Melbourne, Sydney and Cairns.

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Bali flights from $244 return

Available on select dates from February - March 2020. Sample fare is Perth-Bali with AirAsia. T&Cs apply.

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Malaysia flights from $262 return

Available on flights from 14 March -29 September 2020. Sample fare is Perth-Kuala Lumpur with AirAsia. Other flights depart from Avalon and Sydney.

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Malaysia flights from $512 return

Available on flights from 1 March - 30 November 2020. Sample fare is Sydney-Kuala Lumpur with Air Asia. Other destination includes Kota Kinabalu.

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Malaysia flights from $263 return

Available for flights February - December 2020. Sample fare is Perth-Kuala Lumpur with AirAsia. Othe flights depart from Sydney, Melbourne, Adelaide, Gold Coast and more.

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Why we love AirAsia's Boxing Day sale

AirAsia is no stranger to super cheap fares and when they drop close to $100 each way you know you've got a winner.

We also love AirAsia because

  • It's been voted the best low-cost airline in the world 11 times running by Skytrax.
  • You can earn BIG frequent flyer points, which is rare for a low-cost carrier.
  • AirAsia flies to many popular destinations, including Bali, Phuket and Maldives.

How does this year's Boxing Day sale compare to previous years?

In so few words, it's pretty on par. In 2017 AirAsia was serving up $99 flights from Darwin-Bali.

At a mere $10 more per leg which also gets you to the less touristic Indonesian destination Lombok - this sale is a steal.

Compared to other flights on sale to Asia these are some of the best priced. Alternatives include Asia flights with Jetstar from $119 and Bali flights via STA from $279 return.


Looking for more Boxing Day sales?

We have plenty of Boxing Day deals to make your next holiday an affordable one. Check them out in the link below.

See all of our Boxing Day travel deals

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