Sri Lanka flights from $320 return with AirAsia

Andrew Munro 15 November 2017 NEWS

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Grab a deal and hold on.

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AirAsia has cut prices on flights to Sri Lanka, to prices like Perth to Colombo for $320 return, Melbourne to Colombo for $422 return and the Gold Coast or Sydney to Colombo for $427 return.

You'll be flying (very) budget, but get a load of those prices. A "cheap" full service flight can still easily run over $700 return, so this deal is coming in hundreds of dollars cheaper than cheap.

The other catch, apart from flying budget, is the narrow set of travel dates in May and June 2018. This is right on the shoulder of the travel peak, when wet season starts drying out the flow of visitors. So to speak.

It's very, very well worth it though.

Take a moment to marvel at how great these deals are, and then follow the relevant booking link below to get yours.

Seats are on sale until sold out.


Flights to Sri Lanka on sale"

From To Travel dates Price Book
Perth Colombo, Sri Lanka May - June 2018 $320 return Book your flight to Sri Lanka
Melbourne Colombo, Sri Lanka May - June 2018 $422 return Book your flight to Sri Lanka
Gold Coast Colombo, Sri Lanka May - June 2018 $427 return Book your flight to Sri Lanka
Sydney Colombo, Sri Lanka May - June 2018 $427 return Book your flight to Sri Lanka

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