AirAsia Launches ex-Australia Promotion

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AirAsia has launched a promotion with special fares on flights from Australia to Asia.

The promotion will run until 18 May 2014 for travel between today (12 May) and 31 August 2014.

Travellers can fly from Perth one way to Kuala Lumpur from A$189, Colombo from A$239, Phuket from A$239, Phnom Penh from A$239, Ho Chi Minh from A$269, Osaka from A$259 and Nagoya from A$249.

From Sydney fares to Kuala Lumpur start from A$219, Colombo from A$269, Phuket from A$269, Phnom Penh from A$269, Nagoya from A$279, Ho Chi Minh from A$299 and Osaka from A$289.

From Adelaide, flights to Kuala Lumpur start from A$189, Singapore from A$229, Phuket from A$239, Kathmandu from A$259 and Osaka from A$259.

From the Gold Coast flights to Kuala Lumpur start at A$199, Singapore from A$239, Phuket from A$249, Krabi from A$249, Nagoya from A$259, Phnom Penh from A$249 and Ho Chi Minh from A$279.

Special fares are also available from Melbourne to Kuala Lumpur from A$219, Colombo from A$269, Phuket from A$269, Ho Chi Minh from A$299 and Nagoya from A$279.

And from Darwin, travellers can fly to the island of Bali from A$129 one-way, or fly from Perth to Bali from A$149.

Why not take a break from the daily grind and plan an exciting getaway to Asia? AirAsia X Head of International Marketing Stuart Myerscough said. With a choice of destinations on offer, low-cost fares that wont break the bank and long travel periods allowing for more flexibility, theres no excuse for not locking in your next escape.

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