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Flights to India drop to $487 return in the latest AirAsia sale

Posted: 8 September 2017 10:34 am


In India, you can find colourful architecture, buzzing markets and mouth-watering spices.

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

India is a feast for the senses and to get you there on the cheap, AirAsia has launched a sale to Delhi with prices from $487 return.

These low fares will get you from Melbourne to Delhi, though there are plenty of seats available on other routes at fares that are just as delicious.

  • Melbourne to Delhi ... from $487 return
  • Gold Coast to Delhi ... from $488 return
  • Sydney to Delhi ... from $492 return
  • Perth to Delhi ... from $526 return

Available travel dates range from 1 October - 30 November 2017 and 20 January - 28 February 2018, which means you can travel during the October long weekend and on Australia Day to save you one extra day of annual leave. Score? We think so.

These flights are available to book through Flight Centre, which you can do quickly and easily online. What's more, if you book today (Friday), you won't have to pay any booking fees.

There's no set end date for this sale. You just have to get in before the seats sell out.

These AirAsia flights are basic economy fares and don't include checked luggage or in-flight meals. However, you can add them during the booking process for a fee. To give some context of how cheap they are, the last notable sale we saw to India started from $573 return from Melbourne. To be fair, this was on a full-service airline; however, if you don't need all the bells and whistles, you stand to save over $100 with this sale.

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