expired Flights to The Maldives Return from Perth $372, Sydney $495, Melbourne $490 Via AirAsia @ IWTF

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AirAsia is having a sale on flights to the Maldives. Travel in March and also selected dates in Apr - Jul/18. Flights are from Sydney, Melbourne and Perth. AirAsia is a budget airline so bags + meals are extra.

Perth to the Maldives Flights $372 Return.

  • 09/Mar-21/Mar $372
  • 06/Mar-21/Mar $372
  • 13/Mar-23/Mar $391
  • 14/Mar-24/Mar $391
  • 12/Mar-23/Mar $391
  • 13/Mar-24/Mar $391
  • 09/Mar-23/Mar $391
  • 11/Mar-21/Mar $402
  • 09/May-19/May $402
  • 17/Jul-27/Jul $402

Melbourne to the Maldives Flights $490 Return.

  • 04/Mar-14/Mar $490
  • 21/Mar-31/Mar $490
  • 18/May-29/May $490
  • 20/Mar-31/Mar $490
  • 27/Feb-10/Mar $490
  • 17/Apr-24/Apr $490
  • 23/May-30/May $490
  • 19/Apr-26/Apr $490
  • 20/Apr-27/Apr $490
  • 08/May-15/May $490

Sydney to the Maldives Flights $495 Return.

  • 02/Apr-12/Apr $495
  • 10/May-20/May $495
  • 17/May-27/May $495
  • 11/Mar-21/Mar $495
  • 04/Apr-14/Apr $495
  • 06/Apr-17/Apr $495
  • 03/Apr-14/Apr $495
  • 23/Apr-08/May $495
  • 19/Mar-03/Apr $495
  • 22/Apr-08/May $495
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  • +11 votes

    I heard there is a political unrest over there. I don’t think I would recommend this place for the time being.

  • -1 vote

    Travel warning. Beware.

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      Doesn't seem like there is any major warnings out about it via the gov website though:
      http://smartraveller.gov.au/Countries/asia/south/Pages/maldi...

      • +2 votes

        Really? Flights are in to Male.

        The Smart Traveller website says:

        Malé Island, exercise a high degree of caution Pay close attention to your personal security at all times and monitor the media about possible new safety or security risks.

        Edit

        And it continues to say:

        On 5 February 2018, Maldives government declared a State of Emergency. Avoid protests and large public gatherings as they have the potential to turn violent. Monitor local media and follow instructions issued by local authorities. See Safety and security.
        Exercise a high degree of caution on Malé Island due to the possibility of civil unrest. Pay close attention to your personal security at all times.
        Terrorist attacks are possible, including against Maldivian institutions and tourist locations frequented by Westerners. See Safety and security.
        Protests and demonstrations have been frequent in Malé since February 2015. Demonstrations can lead to violence and arrests. Avoid all demonstrations, protests, and large public gatherings. See Safety and security.
        Drug-related crime occurs in Malé. Gang-related violence, including knife crime, has increased in populated areas, including Malé. See Safety and security.

        • +1 vote

          This website warns about every country, try doing searches for any commonly visited places. It almost reads like an insurance policy and disclaimer.

        • +2 votes

          Literally flew back from there on the 3rd. You dnt see anything if u go straight to the airport.

        • +1 vote

          @cumova:

          So are you covered by your insurance if an incident does happen, given that DFAT have issued warnings?

  • +7 votes

    Given that it's an expensive destination the savings from using a budget airline are insignificant. Not to mention the political ruckus.

    • +5 votes

      You save where you can. These airfare savings are significant for me.

    • +1 vote

      I agree. If I was paying $7000 for a week, another $500 for full fare airline wouldn’t bother me

      • +1 vote

        $7000 for a week is pretty pricey.

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          I just booked 4 nights for $7100. Over water villa with private pool and beach. Won't be flying there from Aus otherwise it's a good price. Return from Shanghai is 1300 per person with Singapore Airlines. Can't wait.

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        If you're paying $7000/week I've got a bridge to sell you.

      • +1 vote

        The Maldives looks overrated compared to other places anyway, but plenty of people would like to go to places like that despite not having so much money that $500 means nothing to them.

        Especially as you don't need to spend $7000 - there are much cheaper options and people can also use hotel points etc they've been saving up.

        • +2 votes

          But if you don't go to the Maldives, then you can't take all those cool pictures of your legs on the beach and post it on Instagram

  • +2 votes

    Political ruckus there. Even $100 I will not buy.

  • +1 vote

    Wow that's cheap.

  • +5 votes

    Most ironic budget flight route ever?

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    Check accommodation and travel costs there too.. apparently it is stupid expensive to stay anywhere or get anywhere

  • +14 votes

    FYI AirAsia operates daily flights between KUL and MLE with Airbus A320s, but since last month they have added three A330 services a week. Ideally you want to book an itinerary flying the A330 for the extra 3 inch seat pitch. The A320 flights have airline code AK, A330 flights have airline code D7 (AirAsia X).

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    like everyone else said…why? maldives is a honeymoon destination for many. there are cheaper beautiful islands to stay at, like thailand's islands

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    Political unrest? You mean the PM lost support of his party and was replaced by his deputy? Or was there a leadership spill and replacement-PM lost her job? Sounds familiar heh

  • +1 vote

    SYD - MLE is 20% cheaper on the AirAsia app until Feb 11 - only $450pp!

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    the Ads photo looks so good!

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    It's raining season June July so I'd be more upset of it pissin down the whole week I'm there than anything else

  • -1 vote

    I don't see the bargain here, more like false economy. To use this bargain, you need to spend around 10 days there. Maldives is not a place that you can spend that many days. Perhaps few days, not 10 days with very expensive accommodation.

    https://www.quora.com/How-many-days-are-sufficient-to-visit-...

    Unless you really into water activities.