Malaysia-based Malindo Air sells “Early Bird Super Savers” for travel to selected destinations, April to 30 November.
In reality, they are last-minute rather than early bird offers with just three days left to book before the deadline 12 March.
The promotion sells a one-way fare, inclusive of taxes and fees, ex-Bangkok starting at THB1,499 to Kuala Lumpur.
South Asia fares: THB3,999 Kochi, Trivandrum, Tiruchirapally and Colombo; and THB6,999 Delhi, Mumbai, Amritsar and Lahore.
Ex-Chiang Mai, the same inclusive one-way fares sells to ASEAN destinations: THB1,499 Kuala Lumpur; THB1,999 Penang, Langkawi and Singapore; and THB2,599 Kota Kinabalu, Kuching, Jakarta and Denpasa-Bali.
South Asia fares: THB3,699 Kochi, Trivandrum and Tiruchirapally; THB3,999 Colombo; THB4,799 Dhaka; THB6,199 Mumbai; and THB6,999 Delhi.
A THB4,999 fare sells to Perth in western Australia.
Ex-Phuket, the promotion starts with an inclusive one-way fare at THB1,299 to Kuala Lumpur.
Other ASEAN fares: THB1,999 Penang, Jakarta and Medan Kuala Namu; and THB2,999 Kota Kinabalu.
South Asia: THB2,999 Kochi and Tiruchirapally; THB3,999 Colombo and Dhaka; and THB5,999 Delhi, Mumbai and Kathmandu.
A THB4,599 fare sells to Perth.
Bookings must be finalised by 12 March for travel from 1 April to 30 November this year.
The promotion is applicable on Malindo Air flights only. All of the flights out of Thailand stop in Kuala Lumpur, the airline’s…
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