Air Asia $0 Fare Sale (No Fuel Surcharges)

It’s clearly Flyertalk morning, because hat tip to Flyertalk Air Asia is offering a true $0+tax (no fuel surcharges) fare sale. Book by November 16 (which comes earlier over there than it does here in the U.S.) for travel between June 22 and October 24 — so lots of advance planning required — and you can fly just for the taxes.

By way of example, here’s an availability chart for flights out of Kuala Lumpur and here’s a chart for flights in and out of Bangkok.

Specific flights, with total price, booked by the person starting the Flyertalk thread were:

Clark-Kuala Lumpur one-way: $7.08 all-in (airport tax payable at airport)

Kuala Lumpur-Tawau (Borneo)-KL RT : $19.22 all-in (airport tax incl.)

Kuala Lumpur-Bangkok one-way: $15.31 all-in (airport tax incl.)

Bangkok-Jakarta-Bangkok RT: $33.89 all in (BKK airport tax incl)

You’re not gambling a whole lot of you think you need these flights. Intra-Asia flying can be quite cheap anyway, but these deals are truly cheap.

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  1. Be careful of the trick by AirAsia, no surcharge but higher ticket price now compares with previous. The surcharge is added to the ticket, and even higher price to buy.

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