AirAsia sale: 20% off flights across the entire AirAsia network

Stephanie Yip 10 July 2017

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Take to the skies for a fraction of the price from July to November 2017.

Sorry, this sale is no longer running. Check our list of current flight sales to find a bargain!

In February, AirAsia discounted fares across its entire network by 20%, giving travellers the chance to take off to wherever they liked for a fraction of the price. Now the budget airline is at it again, giving you the chance to explore Asia for less.

So, whether you're flying from Sydney or the Gold Coast and travelling to Bali or Colombo, you're bound to reap the benefits of this sale.

Flights are available to book from today until 16 July 2017, but as sale seats are limited, it's best to get in early to avoid disappointment. The discounted fares are for travel during a wide range of dates between 17 July and 23 November, though as always, peak periods such as school holidays and public holidays are excluded.

What isn't excluded, however, are premium flatbed fares. These, alongside economy base fares, are both on sale at 20% off, so you can fly in comfort for a comfortably lower price.

Book: You can book these flights now through Flight Centre, although you'll have to play around with destinations and dates to see what prices are available.

Some sample one-way fares that we managed to find include:

  • Darwin to Bali from $105
  • Melbourne to Hong Kong from $310.20
  • Sydney to Colombo from $315.12
  • The Gold Coast to Tokyo from $392
  • Perth to Singapore from $194.60

AirAsia flies from Sydney, Melbourne, the Gold Coast, Darwin and Perth and has routes to popular destinations such as Tokyo, Shanghai, Bangkok, Ho Chi Minh City, Auckland, Penang, Phuket, Manila, Bali, Cebu, Singapore, Colombo, Chiang Mai and Malé.

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