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AirAsia unveils its signature Big Sale Campaign from INR0*base fare

AirAsia has unveiled its Big Sale Campaign with INR0* base fare seats from several cities in India to Kuala Lumpur, Bangkok, and beyond!

Seats booked during this campaign can be used for travel between September 1, 2024 and June 18, 2025.

Under these promotional fares, the base fares of the flights are priced from INR0* for its base fare and guests need to only pay for the airport tax and relevant fees, allowing them to travel the world for minimal costs.

Bo Lingam, Grup CEO, AirAsia Aviation Group, said: “Everything about AirAsia, from our vast network to unique routes to inexpensive fares, is curated with our core value at heart ‒ being a ‘people’s airline’, and thus, we’re always pleased to offer more value-added deals with our signature Big Sale Campaign. This is also our humble way of expressing gratitude for our guests from India who’ve supported us over the years as we celebrate having flown close to an incredible 1 billion guests and counting.”

“Guests can seamlessly travel to Kuala Lumpur from these amazing cities in India and explore Malaysia and the region via our popular Fly-Through services. For those of you who love to experience adventure or explore the beautiful Kuala Lumpur, this is your chance, so grab your INR0** seats early.”

**Fare is exclusive of airport taxes, fuel surcharges, and other applicable fees. Other T&Cs apply.

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