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Cheap Flights of the Week: Australia, Asia and USA

Posted: 25 January 2019 7:00 am

Jump on these top flight deals now before they sell out!

$191: Enjoy an Asian adventure with AirAsia

Malaysian budget airline AirAsia's latest sale is perfect for anyone looking to avoid the forthcoming winter blues.

Sample fares include Perth to Bali from $191 return, Gold Coast to Kuala Lumpur from $300 return, Melbourne to Ho Chi Minh City from $341 return and Sydney to Singapore from $440 return.

These are return flights on a low-cost carrier and do not include checked baggage, meals and entertainment.

Travel dates: 1 August - 15 September and 15 October - 15 December 2019.
Sale ends: 4 February, unless sold out prior.

We love these flights because:

  • The list of destinations on sale offer up a mélange of unique culture, cuisine, history, sights and people.
  • AirAsia has been named the best low-cost carrier in the world at the Skytrax Awards ten times in a row.
  • This sale features wet and dry season dates. To avoid the worst of it, consult our best time to travel guide.

$899: Visit the USA with Air New Zealand

Escape to the city of angels and enjoy the sun, sand and Hollywood stars.

Sample flights include Sydney, Melbourne and Brisbane to Los Angeles from $899 return, Gold Coast to Los Angeles from $949 return, Perth to Los Angeles from $1,034 return and Adelaide to Los Angeles from $1,069.

These are return flights on a full-service airline and include checked baggage, meals and entertainment.

Travel dates: February - June 2019.
Sale ends: 30 January 2019, unless sold out prior.

We love these flights because:

  • Los Angeles is the perfect jump-off point, allowing you the chance to explore more of America.
  • Flight dates stretch from the end of winter through to the beginnings of summer.
  • Outside of LA, California's coastline stretches from the streets of San Diego to the redwoods of Six Rivers.

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