AirAsia Big Sale: Budget carrier Air Asia on Monday announced a seven-day big sale and is offering domestic and international flight tickets starting at 999 and ₹3079, respectively. Flyers can travel to their favorite destinations in India and across the world with the lowest flight ticket fares.


  • AirAsia India has launched a ‘Big Sale’ offer in which the airline is offering flight tickets as low as Rs.999 for domestic travel and Rs.3,079 for international travel.
  • AirAsia is offering six million heavily discounted seats for its ‘Big Sale’ 
  • Destinations in the deal include Australia, Thailand, and Indonesia 

For AirAsia ‘Big Sale’ offer, tickets can be booked at or the AirAsia mobile app from March 9-15. This offer will be valid for travel between March 9, 2020 – July 1, 2021.

AirAsia Big Sale Details:

Booking period: 9th March – 15th March 2020

Travel period: March 9, 2020 – July 1, 2021.

In a bid to fill cabins amid the coronavirus outbreak AirAsia is offering jaw-dropping discounts – including zero-fare seats. 

The Malaysia-based low-cost airline is offering six million heavily discounted seats in total for a promotion called the ‘Big Sale’. 

It runs until Sunday (March 15), with the deals available for travel through to July 1, 2021, to destinations including Australia, Thailand, Indonesia, and Singapore.

The zero-fare deal includes seats on domestic flights from Kuala Lumpur to other destinations in Malaysia such as Johor Bahru, Penang, Langkawi, Alor Setar, and Kota Bharu. 

All the passengers have to pay are taxes and a passenger service charge of 12 Malaysian Ringgit (£2.17/$2.83). 

The Big Sale free-seat offer also includes one-way short-haul international flights from the Malaysian capital to the likes of Singapore, Phnom Penh, Jakarta and Phuket for just 44 Malaysian Ringgit (£7.95/$10.38).

Meanwhile, pocket-money free-seat fares are available for long-haul flights from Kuala Lumpur to destinations such as Seoul, the Gold Coast, Perth, Melbourne, Sydney and Taipei from just 71 Malaysian Ringgit (£12.83/$16.76).

For those wanting to travel in more comfort, Big Sale seats are also available in AirAsia’s premium flatbed cabins from Kuala Lumpur to the likes of Bali, Okinawa, and Ahmedabad from just 599 Malaysian Ringgit (£108/$141) one-way.

There is also a deal on checked baggage, which can be pre-booked for 10 percent less than normal.

AirAsia Indonesia president director, Veranita Yosephine, told that the airline was looking at ways it could help stimulate tourism and maintain Indonesia’s economic growth, ‘especially in this challenging period’.

Meanwhile, CEO, Karen Chan, said: ‘Our first Big Sale for 2020 is here. AirAsia understands the current sentiments of our customers, that’s why we’re providing ample opportunity to book in advance for an affordable getaway as travel period is up to July 2021.

The best way to snap the lowest fares and best-value travel deals is to plan ahead and book early – as with this latest Big Sale. We are on track in transforming into a household travel and lifestyle brand across ASEAN with all you need to complete your holiday planning including flights, accommodation, activities and more, all available now on’