With AirAsia having dropped fuel surcharges, passengers on its Singapore-Kuala Lumpur run need only pay S$32 (US$21) for airport fees and taxes for a one-way ticket. Booking must be done before November 30 for travel during January 6 to April 30, 2009.
Now flying to Kuching, Kota Kinabalu, Hangzhou and Melbourne, AirAsia is looking to add a non-stop trip to London soon.
Tiger Airways is offering travel between February 1 and October 24, 2009 at nice prices too. Book before November 25 and pay less than S$130 (US$85) for flights to destinations like Bangalore (US$85), Shenzhen (US$79), Macau (US$59), Phuket (US$49) and Hanoi (US$46).
Until December 31, Thai Airways International is offering a special pass entitling passengers to Economy Class flights to three Thai cities for US$199. Children between 2 to 11 years of age will receive 50 percent off the air fare.