Latest AirAsia sale discounts 20% off flights

Posted: 28 August 2019 12:32 pm

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Discover your next Asian getaway for less because AirAsia's entire network is now on sale.

It's Malaysia's Independence Day and AirAsia is throwing a party so everyone can join in on the fun. For a very limited time, you can save 20% off seats and flights on its whole network.

The sale features flights between Perth and Lombok for $120 each way along with many other routes to get excited about, including one-way fares from:

  • Brisbane to Chiang Mai from $165
  • Perth to Kuala Lumpur, Bangkok or Phuket from $182
  • Brisbane to Manila from $191
  • Sydney to Krabi from $212
  • Gold Coast to Tiruchirappalli from $215
  • Sydney to Ho Chi Minh City from $232
  • Sydney to Chennai from $282
  • Gold Coast to New Delhi from $340

As well as saving 20% on your chosen fare, you can also score a further 20% off if you want to pick a seat or opt for a Hot Seat to enjoy extra leg room and priority boarding.

With spring just around the corner, the timing couldn't be better. Travel is for select dates from 2 September to 19 November 2019, which is great for a last-minute escape.

It's also what we consider the best time of the year to visit many of these destinations, including India and Chiang Mai, based on a combination of low prices, ideal weather and few crowds.

To book: Head on over to Skyscanner to compare prices of these flights to other airlines to make sure you're getting the best fare.

Flights are on only on sale until 1 September, but we don't need to tell you twice that the best dates and routes will get snapped up early.

How good are these AirAsia fares?

  • Price: Great. AirAsia sale fares have dropped as low as $99 each way but based on regular offers, this is as low as you can usually hope to find.
  • Airline: Good. AirAsia is a low-cost airline which means your checked bags, in-flight meals and entertainment are an extra cost.
  • Travel time: Good. Some routes are direct but most will include a layover in Kuala Lumpur which can usually be kept short.
  • Weather: Good. Asia's weather is highly variable so you'll have a variety of seasons to work with. Consult out our Best Time Guide for help picking the optimal months to travel.

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