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AirAsia’s First Big Sale of the Year: Fly To +130 Destinations For Less

AirAsia Excites Travelers with 2024’s First Big Sale on Millions of Seats

  • AirAsia’s Big Sale for 2024 Unveiled! Amazing deals on international travel from Australia with prices beginning at just AUD$129*!
  • Affordable Domestic Travel in Asia: Explore numerous Asian destinations with domestic flights starting under AUD$10*!

Get ready for an incredible travel bargain! AirAsia has just launched its first Big Sale of 2024, offering massive discounts on millions of seats. Choose from over 130 global destinations and score flights at prices as low as the taxes and charges. Don’t miss your chance to explore the world without breaking the bank with AirAsia’s Big Sale.

Explore The Wonders Of Southeast Asia and Beyond

Discover the wonders of Southeast Asia with AirAsia‘s incredible deals! Begin your journey from Australia to the vibrant capitals of Indonesia, Malaysia, and Thailand, with fares starting as low as AUD$129.

Experience the heart of Malaysia’s attractions by flying from AirAsia’s hub in Kuala Lumpur to must-see destinations, including the picturesque Langkawi, bustling Kuching, and the scenic Kota Kinabalu. Snap up one-way tickets from just RM28 (below AUD$10). But why stop there? Go on to discover Thailand’s idyllic Krabi, Bali’s iconic landscapes, and the cultural treasures of Trivandrum, all from an unbelievably low RM83 one-way (less than AUD$30).

Adventure-seekers, rejoice! AirAsia’s Big Sale stretches further, offering affordable travel to several Asian hotspots and beyond from just RM299 (under AUD$100) departing from Kuala Lumpur. Explore Taipei, Seoul, New Delhi, and even the intriguing Almaty in Kazakhstan. Make your booking for trips between September 1, 2024, and June 18, 2025.

Head to the AirAsia Superapp or visit to lock in your dates.

AirAsia Big Seats Campaign and Fast Pass

AirAsia‘s famous Big Seats Campaign allows people of all backgrounds to globetrot affordably. With many base fares effectively free, you only pay for airport taxes and other fees.

Upgrade your traveling comfort and convenience, too, with 20% off AirAsia’s Fast Pass and an extra 20% off carry-on baggage options. Just click through to explore these cost-saving options and ensure your trip is as smooth as possible.

Stay tuned to all things AirAsia via the airline’s Instagram page, @flyairasia. 

AirAsia Big Sale Fares On Sale From 19 – 25 February 2024 for travel extending from 1 September 2024 to 18 June 2025:

List below all AU routes to Indonesia, BKK, and KUL on sale now 

Economy One Way Fares

  • Sydney to Bangkok (Suvarnabhumi)  from AUD$299*
  • Sydney to Kuala Lumpur from AUD$269*
  • Melbourne to Kuala Lumpur from AUD$269*
  • Perth to Denpasar (Bali) from AUD$139
  • Perth to Kuala Lumpur from AUD$199*
  • Perth to Jakarta from AUD$129*
  • Gold Coast to Kuala Lumpur from AUD$269*

Premium Seats With Lay-Flat Beds start from (each way):

  • Sydney to Bangkok (Suvarnabhumi)  from AUD$999*
  • Sydney to Kuala Lumpur from AUD$799*
  • Melbourne to Kuala Lumpur from AUD$799*
  • Perth to Kuala Lumpur from AUD$599*
  • Gold Coast to Kuala Lumpur from AUD$799*

*Domestic fares on sale in Malaysia: all-in one-way fares starting from MYR28 (under AUD$10), International from Malaysia: all-in one-way fare from MYR83 (under AUD100). *Other T&Cs apply.
*All fares on sale include airport taxes, MAVCOM fees, fuel surcharges, and other applicable fees. *Other T&Cs apply. See the airline’s website for details. 

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