Cheap flights of the week: Domestic flights, Asia and Mexico

Posted: 3 November 2017 2:17 pm
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A weekly round-up of the best flight deals across the net.

Malaysia - Batu Caves

$199: Return flights around Asia

Fly AirAsia when you book via Flight Centre.

AirAsia can take you from Darwin to Bali from $199 return, Perth to Bali from $239 return, Sydney to Kuala Lumpur from $414 return, Perth to Hong Kong from $438 return and a whole lot more. Fares are all two way.

Checked baggage, meals and entertainment are not included.

Dates: 5 November 2017 - 30 May 2018

We love these flights because

  • It's great prices across the board and you can't really go wrong, although you might be able to do a little bit better on Sydney-Tokyo fares or flights to Shanghai.
  • Travel dates start almost immediately, starting as soon as 5 November.
  • Book today (Friday) through Flight Centre and you can dodge the booking fees.


$1,045: Flights to Mexico and back

Fly United Airlines when you book through I Want That Flight.

Sample fares include Melbourne to Cancun for $1,045 return, Sydney to Cancun for $1,068 return, Brisbane to Cancun for $1,078 return and Adelaide to Cancun for $1,163 return.

Checked baggage, meals and entertainment are included.

Dates: January-February 2018

We love these flights because

  • It's hard to find great deals to from Australia to Mexico
  • Flights are to the seaside resort party city of Cancun
  • You're instantly shaving hundreds of dollars off the usual prices

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