Cheap flights to Bangkok from $212 return in the new Jetstar and AirAsia sale

Andrew Munro 3 April 2017

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Jetstar and AirAsia are getting together to drop prices to this incredible spot.

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

Fly to Bangkok Thailand from only $212 return thanks to Jetstar and AirAsia coming together and flying through Singapore to get you there.

These are particularly outstanding prices for a hot destination like Bangkok, which had flights from Perth to Bangkok for $287 return not too long ago.

The flights in this sale depart from Darwin, Perth, Melbourne, Sydney and the Gold Coast and are for travel dates in April and June.

These are budget airlines, so remember to factor in the cost of luggage and other extras.

Here are the lowest fares we've found from major cities:

  • Darwin to Bangkok - $212 return
  • Perth to Bangkok - $240 return
  • Melbourne to Bangkok - $305 return
  • Sydney to Bangkok - $368 return
  • Gold Coast to Bangkok - $368 return

Make a booking with I Want That Flight to grab a seat while you can. There's no set end date for this sale, but it's a popular route and will probably sell out fast.

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