The latest AirAsia sale has Asia and New Zealand flights from $278 return

Posted: 26 April 2018 3:10 pm

Travel during winter to your choice of snow-capped peaks or warm beaches.

The latest AirAsia sale has dropped bringing with it hundreds of discounted flights from Melbourne, Sydney, Perth and Gold Coast to destinations around New Zealand and Asia.

The cheapest seats sit at $278 which can get you between Gold Coast and Auckland return for select days from May to October.

Not too far behind are fares from Perth to Kuala Lumpur from $281, Perth to Bali from $297, Melbourne to Ho Chi Minh City from $441 and Sydney to Singapore from $490.

Destinations on sale include popular cities like Singapore, Bangkok, Maldives, Tokyo, Shanghai, Delhi and Hong Kong.

Travel is available from 10 May all the way through October, so if you're hoping to escape the Aussie winter then this is your chance. Alternatively, if you were hoping to push the powder on the Kiwi slopes, there's that option as well.

You've got until 13 May to book your spot.

Check out our table below or head to Flight Centre online to snap up your flight at the cheapest price.

How good are these fares?

A current Jetstar sale has flights from Gold Coast to Auckland for $139 each way and for less flexible travel dates so you’re paying the same price for more choice.

AirAsia sales can get as low as $109 for one-way for flights to Bali from Perth but if you’re in the market for last minute flights then this can still be worth your time.

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