Yes, you can fly to the Maldives for under $460 return

Posted: 3 May 2018 12:04 pm

Paradise on a budget? It's possible.

Scoot Airlines is running a sale on flights to the Maldives that'll set your heart racing and your credit cards to good work. Fares start at just $458 return and while that doesn't include checked-luggage, in-flight meals and entertainment, it does include a wide range of travel dates from July 2018 until March 2019.

As is to be expected, those cheap seats depart from Perth but there are plenty of other routes on sale, too, and none that cost more than $570 return.

Think the Gold Coast to Maldives from $468, Melbourne to Maldives from $554 and Sydney to Maldives from $563.

December to March is peak season in the Maldives making this sale a steal with February and March dates aplenty. If you wish to avoid the crowds we suggest trying for November and April travel instead as the weather is still on-point though the crowds are not.

You can search for your ideal flights now through Skyscanner where you can compare other airlines, such as AirAsia, for their prices to ensure you're getting the very best deal.

This is a limited time only sale, so jump on it to avoid fomo.

How good is this sale?

Any sale that offers flights to the Maldives for under $500 is a winner and with flights from across Australia for less than $570 return, there's no denying the bargains.

Sure, it's not the cheapest we've ever seen flights to the Maldives but with peak season dates included, the extra spend might be worth it.

Maldives flights on sale:

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MaldivesFebruary-March 2019
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Gold Coast
July 2018 - March 2019
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MaldivesOctober 2018 - March 2019
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MaldivesMay 2018 - March 2019
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