Cheapest Airlines in the World

Cheapest Airlines in the World

Still remember our post about the most expensive airlines ticket prices in the world? Here are the cheapest airlines in the world by WhichAirline.com. The calculations are based on the average price of a one-way airline ticket including 20 kg baggage.

Firefly

Firefly is a subsidiary of Malaysia Airlines providing domestic and international flights in Southeast Asia with an average one way price of a ticket of USD 30.

Viva Aerobus

A Mexican airline offering domestic routes and flights to several cities in America. Price of a ticket is with USD 47 very cheep.

Airasia

Based in Sepang, Malaysia. AirAsia is known as the pioneer of low-cost airlines in Asia. AirAsia has 80 destination and an average price for one way ticket is about USD 50.

Spice Jet

An airline based in India, with services to Sri Lanka, Nepal, Afghanistan and several cities of United Emirates Arab. Ticket for one way is around USD 52.

Fast Jet

The only Africa airline in this list with flights to Tanzania, South Africa and Zambia. Price for one way is around USD 53.

8/25/2014 10:29:00 AM

  
  

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