AirAsia’s BIG Sale


AirAsia’s biggest ever 5 million FREE* Seats sale, which launched on Monday with the aim of further stimulating the travel and tourism industry recovery in the region, has proved to be a huge hit with an incredible half a million seats sold across both short haul and long haul flights within a mere 48 hours!

Value seekers have been snapping up FREE* seats by the minute to their favourite short haul destinations, with the likes of Langkawi, Penang and Kota Kinabalu in Malaysia as well as Phuket, Krabi, and Chiang Mai in Thailand, Bali in Indonesia and Cebu in the Philippines being amongst the most popular choices.

Longer haul flights on AirAsia X and Thai AirAsia X which are also on sale now for a steal starting from only RM499 (inclusive of taxes and charges) have also been very popular to destinations from Kuala Lumpur and Bangkok to South Korea, (Seoul), Australia (Melbourne, Sydney, Perth, Auckland), India (New Delhi) and new destinations to the Middle East (Jeddah) and Japan (Tokyo and Sapporo).

Bargain hunters are urged to get in quick to avoid disappointment as this super sale ends 25 September 2022.

Our FREE* seats on sale mean you only have to pay the airport taxes and applicable charges to fly from just RM23. This is less than the cost of a movie ticket or dinner for two or even a single theme park entry pass – the list can go on! Our longer haul routes are also on sale with incredible value starting from under RM500 each way (all in – inclusive of taxes and charges). Fly further without breaking the bank and explore the globe!

The FREE* seats promotion is available exclusively on the airasia Super App and website, until 25 September 202 for travel between 1 January 2023 and 28 October 2023 by clicking on the ‘Flights’ icon on the airasia Super App or website.

*All-in fare from RM23 for domestic flights

*All-in fare from RM54 for flights within Asean (Includes airport taxes, MAVCOM fee, fuel surcharges and other applicable fees)
*T&Cs apply


Source:AirAsia website

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