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AirAsia Launches ex-Australia Promotion

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AirAsia today launched a new promotion with special fares available across its network until Sunday, 16 June 2013, for travel between 1 January 2014 and 30 April 2014.

Flights to AirAsias hub in Kuala Lumpur are at some of their lowest from just A$159 from Melbourne, Gold Coast and Perth, and from A$179 from Sydney.

From Melbourne, a huge range of Fly-Thru destinations are on sale including Singapore from A$189; Tokyo and Seoul from A$199; Langkawi from A$209; Kota Kinabalu and Phuket from A$219; Bangkok and Ho Chi Minh from A$229; and Bali and Hong Kong from A$249 one way.

From the Gold Coast, Taipei is from A$239; Singapore from A$189; Seoul from A$199; Langkawi from A$209; Kota Kinabalu and Phuket from A$219; Bangkok, Phnom Penh and Ho Chi Minh from A$229; and Bali and Hong Kong from A$249 one way.

Travellers departing Perth can fly to Singapore from A$189; Tokyo, Seoul and Osaka from A$199; Langkawi from A$209; Kota Kinabalu and Phuket from A$219; Bangkok, Phnom Penh and Ho Chi Minh from A$229; and Hong Kong from A$249.

From Sydney, fly one way to Taipei from A$259; Singapore from A$209; Osaka and Penang from A$219; Phuket and Langkawi from A$229; Kota Kinabalu and Kathmandu from A$239; and Bangkok, Ho Chi Minh and Bali from A$249.

Whether its a shopping holiday in Tokyo, a trekking adventure in Kathmandu or a beachside break in Bali, this sale has plenty of big destinations at tiny prices, said AirAsia X commercial manager Australia, Stuart Myerscough. And with some connecting fares less than A$200 one way, its a great opportunity to lock in your next holiday and discover the world.

AirAsia, Tune Hotels, AirAsia X

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