AirAsia Launches 21-Year Super Sale

November 29, 2022
Photo: Venkat Mangudi/Wikimedia Commons

AirAsia is celebrating 21 years of flying with an all-in-one-way fare on sale from just RM21 or under AUD/NZ$10  ‒ less than the cost of movie tickets and dining in!

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The sale which launched today, runs until December 4, with a travel period between March 1 2023 to March 30, 2024, providing flexibility with 12 months of travel options.

Starting from just RM21/under AUD/NZ$10, value seekers can bag a bargain to many leisure favourites such as Langkawi, Penang, Krabi, Terengganu, Singapore, Phu Quoc and many shorter haul destinations.

Simply click on the ‘Flights’ icon on the AirAsia Super App or website for your purchase and you’d get to explore these destinations for a bargain.

Customers looking to travel further can now fly with AirAsia X to Perth, Taipei, Tokyo, Seoul, Melbourne, and Auckland to name just a few.

On sale during this promo period for travel commencing today until April 30, 2023, these longer-range destinations are on sale now starting from just RM399/under AUD/NZ $150 in economy ‒ or from RM1499/under AUD/NZ $550 on a premium flatbed for the ultimate comfort and experience. 

Karen Chan, Group Chief Commercial Officer (Airlines) said: It’s incredibly humbling to be celebrating 21 years of being a market leader in delivering the best value fares to now over 700 million passengers – and counting. 

“Historically only the affluent could afford the right to air travel but AirAsia has revolutionised and democratised the aviation industry, by making travel affordable. Many millions of our guests have been first-time travellers who couldn’t afford to fly before AirAsia took to the skies on December 8, 2001. For the last 21 years, we have connected people to their loved ones and to exciting new places at affordable prices never seen before and we remain committed to providing accessibility to high-value air travel for the masses.”