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AirAsia’s Network-wide Megasale Starts Today!

Fares to Asia from $99* Regional Asia fares from as low as $4*

Leading low-cost carrier AirAsia has brought back its extremely popular Megasale with sale fares to Asia from Australia from as low as $99* one-way for a limited time.

Travellers can fly to Kuala Lumpur from Perth for $99* per person one-way; Gold Coast from $169*; and Melbourne and Sydney from $169*. Some onwards one-way fares from Kuala Lumpur are as little as $4* one-way. Fares are available to Bali one-way from Darwin from $99*; Melbourne from $169* and from Perth from $119*. The Megasale fares are available for booking from 22 June 2015 to 28 June 2015 with the fares valid for travel from 15 February 2016 to 31 August 2016. Bookings to AirAsia Commercial Head of Australia & New Zealand Stuart Myerscough said the Megasale was an excellent opportunity for travellers who were planning their forward travel next year and wanted to snap up some low-cost airfares early. “AirAsia’s fly-through connectivity is proving very popular, ensuring that passengers have a smoother travelling experience right through to their final destination,” he said. “Australians are keener now more than ever to get away for shorter overseas trips and with Asia right on our doorstep are utilising our broad network to explore some favourite destinations but also some new and emerging places like Colombo, and Kochi in India.” AirAsia passengers are now able to fly into the brand new klia2 terminal in Kuala Lumpur, the carrier’s main hub, which provides an even better experience for travellers, particularly those transiting through to other destinations. Some of the more than 100 destinations on sale include: From the Gold Coast, fly one-way to Langkawi, Phnom Penh and Ho Chi Minh City from $199*; Phuket and Bangkok from $209*; Hong Kong from $219*; and Osaka from $279*. From Melbourne, jet off one-way to Ho Chi Minh City and Phnom Penh from $199*; Phuket and Bangkok from $209*; Colombo from $229*; Kochi from $239* and Tokyo (Narita) from $279*. From Sydney, one-way economy flights to Langkawi, Phnom Penh and Ho Chi Minh City are from $199*; Phuket and Bangkok from $209*; Kochi from $239*; and Bali from $229*. From Perth, grab some great one-way fares to Bali from $119*; Langkawi, Phnom Penh and Ho Chi Minh City from $129*; Phuket and Bangkok from $139* and Tokyo (Narita) from $209*. From Darwin, you can also fly to Bali from $99*; and fly onwards from Bali to Singapore from an additional $50*; Kuala Lumpur from $57*; Kota Kinabalu from $60*; and Bangkok from $82*. AirAsia X, together with AirAsia, provides Australians with low cost fares and access to over 100 destinations across 23 countries. AirAsia X was just named the World’s Best Low Cost Airline Premium Seat for their business class flatbed and the World’s Best Low Cost Airline Premium Cabin titles at the 2015 Skytrax World Airline Awards. The AirAsia Group also received its seventh consecutive year title as the World’s Best and Asia’s Best Low Cost Airline at the awards. For bookings or further information visit Flights and fares are subject to availability. Travellers can also log onto AirAsia’s one-stop travel portal at which offers a range of more than 80,000 three-star, five-star and boutique hotels to choose from. *Flights and fares are subject to availability. Availability of connecting flights are subject to timings of the individual flights. Seats are limited and not available on all flights/days or at peak periods. Fares include airport taxes & surcharges. Processing fee is applicable for online bookings made by credit, debit or charge card. Processing fee does not apply to Australian customers paying with PayPal. Fees apply for checked baggage except on Business Class Flat Bed fares. Other terms and conditions apply. Booking period 22 – 28 June 2015 or until sold out. Travel period 15 February 2016 to 31st August 2016. Lowest possible sale fares are one-way online at Next best possible fare available via phone with additional $25 service fee. All amounts are in Australian dollars unless stated otherwise.   ENDS Media enquiries Brenton Gibbs