Flights to Vietnam (Ho Chi Minh City) Return from Perth $254, Darwin $333, Melb $358, GC $363, Syd $414 Via AirAsia @ IWTF

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Perth to Ho Chi Minh City Flights $254 Return. Price
Dep. 21/Aug Ret. 06/Sep $254
Dep. 21/Aug Ret. 07/Sep $254
Dep. 21/Aug Ret. 11/Sep $254
Dep. 21/Aug Ret. 12/Sep $254
Darwin to Ho Chi Minh City Flights $333 Return. Price
Dep. 18/Apr Ret. 10/May $333
Dep. 21/Apr Ret. 10/May $337
Dep. 19/Apr Ret. 10/May $343
Dep. 20/Apr Ret. 10/May $343
Melbourne to Ho Chi Minh City Flights $358 Return. Price
Dep. 20/Aug Ret. 06/Sep $358
Dep. 20/Aug Ret. 07/Sep $358
Dep. 20/Aug Ret. 08/Sep $358
Dep. 20/Aug Ret. 09/Sep $358
Gold Coast to Ho Chi Minh City Flights $363 Return. Price
Dep. 20/Aug Ret. 27/Aug $363
Dep. 20/Aug Ret. 28/Aug $363
Dep. 20/Aug Ret. 30/Aug $363
Dep. 20/Aug Ret. 06/Sep $363
Sydney to Ho Chi Minh City Flights $414 Return. Price
Dep. 19/Aug Ret. 28/Aug $414
Dep. 19/Aug Ret. 29/Aug $414
Dep. 19/Aug Ret. 30/Aug $414
Dep. 19/Aug Ret. 06/Sep $414
Dep. 19/Aug Ret. 06/Sep $414

Comments

  • +7 votes

    Wow,that's cheap,just make me feel like to go back to VN again,even I just came back there a fortnight ago,love Vietnam :)

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    Good if you can hack the waiting periods and times.

    Going there
    SYD-KUL at 4am and then wait 3 hours for connecting flight.

    Coming home
    SGN-KUL at 11:30am and wait for 12 hours for connecting flight

    Did it once and probably never again. Just so tired afterwards.

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    are there usually sales to vietnam during the july period? all the sites that I have been on skip promotional flights for this month (school holidays assuming)

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      You just missed the Cathay Pacific sale. I picked up flights in late June and returning late July for $670 (into HCMC and out of Bangkok).
      Then again, they're not exactly budget airfares. Real cheap for full service though.

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        dam, should i be expecting any future sales during july or would my best bet be booking asap?

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          That was the question I was asking myself before I booked the Cathay flights. If I were you, I'd wait a couple of months for another sale, and then if nothing comes up book with AirAsia or Scoot to get a relatively cheap price. That said, I was pretty surprised that Cathay's sale ran right through June-August, I haven't seen many others that do.

  • +1 vote

    If you add up the cost of checked-in luggage and meal, it is not that cheap compare to full service airlines sales like MAS, SIA, or Royal Brunei or Cathay Pacific with much better connection time and service.

    Airasia is expensive now and I only fly them if I want to travel to many places in Asia and with carry-on only.

    • +2 votes

      You're right, but they are filling a niche of passengers that don't want/need those things. I wish I could travel with carry on only sometimes, would save me $300 every time.

      • +1 vote

        To those warm places, you only need 5kg stuff, plus a laptop bag with all the gadgets weighs more but allowed.
        And no need to wait for luggage, what not

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      how much are the ones you are comparing to usually cus this is a pretty good deal.

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        like $570 direct flight with VNAirlines which include 30kg check-in, meal, drink on the plan. This is un-published sale or even Scoot sale few weeks ago. Melb/Syd-SIN $109, return $139 + around $100 return ticket to VN from Singapore.

  • +2 votes

    saigon*