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Maldives flights from $392 return

Posted: 22 February 2018 4:35 pm

You really can reach paradise for cheap.

If you've been dreaming of an island getaway, Scoot and AirAsia have just answered your prayers.

Both budget airlines have released a sale on flights to the Maldives, with the leading fare coming up at just $392 return.

To hop on these fares, you'll have to fly out of Perth, but if you're based on the east coast, don't panic as there are sale fares available for you, too. This includes Melbourne-Maldives from $490 and Sydney-Maldives from $515 return.

Eligible travel dates fall between March and July 2018 with specific dates varying per route.

These are available for a limited-time only, so if the price is right, you can turn your dream into reality by booking through I Want That Flight.

How good are these fares?

Thanks for budget airlines, flights to the Maldives have nosedived in the past year and you can often find flights bound for Male for under $400 from Perth or under $500 from Melbourne or Sydney.

These fares are right in that money-mark and while they're not the absolute cheapest we've seen this year, they come mighty close. They're also available during the dry season - December to April - so these are the times you'll likely want to aim for out of all available dates. May, June and July have some of the heaviest rainfall days in the year, so steer clear if you can.

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