Fly to Vietnam from $309 return on AirAsia

Andrew Munro 1 May 2017

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Top destination, low prices and a lot of flights to choose from.

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Take the time to grab a cheap flight to Vietnam, while there are still plenty of travel dates to choose from. AirAsia and AirAsiaX are running a deal on a range of flights to Ho Chi Minh City from around Australia, with a lot of travel dates from June to October.

These airfares are nearing what you could get during AirAsia's February Vietnam sale, which saw return fares drop to $240. However, these are more likely to hang around for a while and have more dates to choose from - although the best and soonest are likely to go first.

Prices are a lot cheaper along more popular routes such as from Perth, Melbourne, Sydney or Darwin, so picking up a cheap domestic flight might help travellers from Hobart or Adelaide get a steal.

Find travel dates and make your bookings on I Want That Flight.

  • Perth to Ho Chi Minh - $309 return
  • Melbourne to Ho Chi Minh - $315 return
  • Sydney to Ho Chi Minh - $317 return
  • Darwin to Ho Chi Minh - $ 330 return
  • Brisbane to Ho Chi Minh - $537 return
  • Townsville to Ho Chi Minh - $606 return
  • Hobart to Ho Chi Minh - $640 return
  • Adelaide to Ho Chi Minh - $645 return

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