Maldives flights from $469 return

Alex Keshen 5 October 2017

Flights to paradise are on sale with this AirAsia bargain.

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

Take off to paradise at an unbelievable price, with this sale on flights to the Maldives.

Return flights from Australia to Malé, the capital, are now just $469 return when you fly with AirAsia with this deal we found on Skyscanner.

They are available for departures from Perth in November and early December. Flights from other cities in Australia are available for a slightly higher price on other dates.

These flights have one stopover in Kuala Lumpur; direct flights to the Maldives aren't offered by any airline and all have at least one stopover.

Checked bags, food and entertainment aren't included in the ticket price, but you can add these on for an additional price.

Full list of Maldives flights on sale:

FromToDatesPriceBook
PerthMaléNovember - December 2017$469 returnGet your Maldives flight now
Gold CoastMaléMarch 2018$572 returnGet your Maldives flight now
MelbourneMaléFebruary - March 2018$572 returnGet your Maldives flight now
SydneyMaléNovember - December 2017$600 returnGet your Maldives flight now
DarwinMaléFebruary 2018$631 returnGet your Maldives flight now


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