The Air Asia Mega Sale : Ticket Price List and Things to Consider

For those travelers who are lookout on the best Asian flight deals, Air Asia is starting the annual “Big Sale to all destinations they operate to. Booking period is till Nov 20th and travel date is from May 2017 . Though its roughly 6 months away, with rising flight prices and US Dollar conversion rate increasing, its an ideal time to book it now and save ..

You can easily get tickets to even Macau for as little as 5K ( normally it goes up to 15k one way) or to Sydney for 12K (Average ticket cost in any airline is usualy 25k one way).. So here’s a full list of ticket prices that you can get in tonight’s AirAsia Big sale.

AirAsia Sale : Points to Remember

Always buy the extra 20K baggage for both to & fro  flights , which you’ll definitely need

  • Prebooked meal for long flights can come up to 50% discount. So that’s something you should look into as well
  • Check for cancellation policies before you book , so that you don’t want the entire ticket to go to waste in case if its non refundable and you can’t make it somehow.
  • In case you dont have connecting flights from your source city, try nearby cities. Ex : if you are booking from Chennai and dont have a good fare, quickly check for Tiruchirapalli or Bangalore or even Hyderabad to see if they have connecting flights
  • In case you are visiting countries like Australia, check for intercity ticket prices.. Though ticket price to Perth from Chennai may be slightly cheaper(like 10K), the average cost from Perth to east coast like Sydney can easily come to 21K alone.. So better to book directly to your destination. So in this case Chennai to Sydney would be only 12-13K.
  • Before you book in sign up to their Big Programme , so that you earn reward points , everytime you book..

P.S. If you are an air asia big member, the sale has already started since 12th Nov.. So start booking quickly before those flights are sold out.


Dates to Consider

ravel period  Booking Date

1 May 2017 – 8 February 2018

       13-20 November 2016

 Fly from Chennai International Airport, Chennai to:

International destination All-in-fare from Travel period Promotion ends
Bangkok – Don Mueang Rs 3399.00 1 May 2017 – 8 February 2018 20 November 2016
Kuala Lumpur Rs 4399.00 1 May 2017 – 8 February 2018 20 November 2016
FLY-THRU (Connecting flights) All-in-fare from
Chennai ► Bangkok – Don Mueang ► Chiang Rai Rs 4820.00
Chennai ► Bangkok – Don Mueang ► Chiang Mai Rs 4820.00
Chennai ► Bangkok – Don Mueang ► Hat Yai Rs 4608.00
Chennai ► Bangkok – Don Mueang ► Phuket Rs 4935.00
Chennai ► Bangkok – Don Mueang ► Krabi Rs 5032.00
Chennai ► Bangkok – Don Mueang ► Macao Rs 4608.00
Chennai ► Bangkok – Don Mueang ► Ho Chi Minh City Rs 4608.00
Chennai ► Kuala Lumpur ► Penang Rs 5395.00
Chennai ► Kuala Lumpur ► Yangon Rs 6771.00
Chennai ► Kuala Lumpur ► Singapore Rs 4865.00
Chennai ► Kuala Lumpur ► Auckland Rs 15676.00
Chennai ► Kuala Lumpur ► Chengdu Rs 10047.00
Chennai ► Kuala Lumpur ► Hangzhou Rs 8881.00
Chennai ► Kuala Lumpur ► Osaka – Kansai Rs 9835.00
Chennai ► Kuala Lumpur ► Melbourne Rs 11171.00
Chennai ► Kuala Lumpur ► Mauritius Rs 13128.00
Chennai ► Kuala Lumpur ► Gold Coast Rs 11389.00
Chennai ► Kuala Lumpur ► Perth Rs 7529.00
Chennai ► Kuala Lumpur ► Sydney Rs 11363.00
Chennai ► Kuala Lumpur ► Taipei Rs 8881.00


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