Thursday, January 14, 2010
Buy Now Fly Now
The World’s Best Low-Cost Airline, AirAsia, is offering travellers the chance to scoop a bargain with last minute deals from the Gold Coast and Perth to Malaysia and beyond.
As part of a four day sale beginning today, travelers departing from the Gold Coast can fly with AirAsia X one way to the Malaysian capital of Kuala Lumpur from *$219, and one way from Perth to Kuala Lumpur from *$179, for travel between 5 February 2010 and 30 March 2010.
From there, passengers can choose from a host of great onward deals to Langkawi and Pengang from *$29, Kuching and Phuket from *$39, Chiang Mai and Kota Kinabalu from *$49, Bangkok from *$59 and Hong Kong from *$79.
AirAsia passengers travelling from Perth can also take advantage of twice daily flights direct to the holiday hotspot of Bali.
AirAsia, the leading and largest low-cost carrier in Asia, services the most extensive network with over 130 routes covering over 65 destinations including London, China and the Middle East.
AirAsia has been named the 2009 World’s Best Low Cost Airline in the annual World Airline Survey by Skytrax and last October AirAsia and AirAsia X were awarded jointly the Centre for Asia Pacific Aviation (CAPA) Airline of the Year Award for 2009.
For bookings or further information visit www.airasia.com or book on your mobile at mobile.airasia.com. Flights and fares are subject to availability. Terms and conditions apply.
Travellers can also log onto AirAsia’s one-stop travel portal at goholiday.airasia.com, which offers a range of more than 25,000 three-star, five-star and boutique hotels to choose from.
*Flights and fares are subject to availability. Seats are limited and may not be available on all flights, or peak periods or days. Fares include airport taxes. Convenience fee is applicable for online bookings made by credit, debit or charge card. Other terms and conditions apply. Booking period for departures 15-18 January, 2010. Travel period 5 February – 30 March, 2010. Lowest possible sale fares are one way on the web. Next best possible fare available via phone with additional $25 service fee. All amounts are in Australian dollars unless stated otherwise.
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