AirAsia announces Mega Sale with 10 million seats discounted

AirAsia announces Mega Sale with 10 million seats discounted

AirAsia has revealed its new Mega Sale which features, for the first time, 10 million discounted seats across Asia and beyond available for booking now.

From now until 19 March 2023, all-in fares one way from Sydney and Melbourne to Kuala Lumpur are on sale from just AU$269, from Sydney and Melbourne to Bangkok from just AU$239, from Auckland to Sydney from just NZ$199 (AU$186), from Perth to Bali from AU$169 and from Gold Coast to Kuala Lumpur from just AU$189.

Premium flatbeds are also on sale, starting from AU$799 from Perth to Kuala Lumpur and from NZ$559 from Auckland to Sydney.

AirAsia Premium Flatbed (Source: AirAsia)

AirAsia’s Fly-Thru connecting services to popular destinations from Australia are also included in this sale. Fly from Australia (Sydney/Perth/Melbourne/Gold Coast) to Phuket, New Delhi, Manila, Seoul, Kuching, Hanoi and more starting from just AU$193 all-in fare one way.

In Malaysia, AirAsia’s main hub, domestic fares are also now on sale to many destinations from Kuala Lumpur to Langkawi, Penang, Johor Bahru and more from only RM23 one way (or under AUD/NZD10).

Seats to an array of destinations across Asia such as Jakarta, Bali, Bangkok, Ho Chi Minh City, and many more are available from just RM60 one way (under AUD/NZD25).

For globe-trotters wishing to spread their wings and fly a little further, AirAsia X has flights on sale to many popular international destinations such as from Kuala Lumpur to Tokyo or Taipei from just RM329 (under AUD/NZD120).

AirAsia’s recently-resumed routes to China are also on sale from Kuala Lumpur to Hangzhou, Shanghai, Beijing (Daxing), Guangzhou, Shenzhen and Kunming from just RM599 (under AUD/NZD230) all-in fare one way, from Kota Kinabalu to Guangzhou and Shenzhen from just RM299 one way (under AUD/NZD115) and from Johor Bahru to Guangzhou from RM469 one way (under AUD/NZD200).

The Mega Sale sale ends this Sunday, 19 March 2023 for a travel period spanning between 4 September 2023 and 9 July 2024 for travel to/from Australia and New Zealand so bargain seekers are urged to get in quick and start planning vacations early to secure the best value deals!

Featured Image: AirAsia plane (Supplied)

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