Brisbane to Bangkok Direct from $239 One Way @ AirAsia

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Thai AirAsia X are starting to fly Brisbane - Bangkok direct from June 25 2019 onward prices from $239 ( add $50 for 20kg luggage).

To Bangkok:
Running from Brisbane four times per week and bound for Bangkok's Don Mueang International Airport (DMK), flight XJ311 will be wheels-up at 12:50pm on Tuesdays, Wednesdays, Saturdays and Sundays, reaching the Thailand national capital at 7:10pm local time.

To Brisbane:

XJ310 will fly to Brisbane at 11:40pm on Mondays, Tuesdays, Fridays and Saturdays, touching down at 11:35am the following calendar day.

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Comments

  • +1 vote

    Don Mueang … that's an experience and a half in itself.

  • +1 vote

    Malaysian Airlines has this $658 return; much better flight experience, food, baggage included

    AirAsia minimum is $240+$205=$445 (this is probably a Tue departure and a Wednesday return), you need to pay $50 for baggage, more ($30?) for food, $20 for blanket, and sit with your back upright for the whole flight.

    Not worth the hassle

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      Who pays $20 for a blanket??? wrong crowd..

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        Last time (4 years ago) I flew with then; there was option for hire at about $10 I think or purchase blanket+eye blind+ socks for $28, or chill mid-air of course

    • +1 vote

      Yeah, nope. This is direct. Meals are very tasty and cheap. Service is laid back. I haven't travelled with baggage since the naughties - not sure who does these days.

  • +1 vote

    That’s awesome. From Bangkok you can buy cheap $250 one way fares to Europe on Norwegian Air.

    If you want a more customised itinerary then it’s a good way to buy one way fares and works out cheaper in high season.

    we are looking at Bris - Singapore - Bangkok - Oslo -Rovaniemi/Levi - Helsinski - London - Bangkok - Koh Samui - Bangkok - Brisbane. In Europe will buy internal flights to London, Levi/ Rovaniemi. It’s always cheaper to buy internal flights in Europe than try to book from Oz especially for destinations like Morocco or Fuerte Ventura.

    Approx $950 rtn + internal flights $250 Around Mid Dec.

    Oslo to Rovaniemi or Levi is only $94 one way. Cheaper than Finnair and Easyjet in Dec. My husband is a teacher so can only travel during school holidays and for family of 5 it’s significant savings.

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      Another option from Bangkok is Eurowings, who can connect you on to a network all throughout Europe.

      Got Bangkok - Prague (via Cologne) for $350 last year