Cheap Airlines in Europe and in Asia
A general rule when buying tickets of low-cost carrier is that these tickets are usually not refundable.
Tickets will be also cheaper when you do not choose additional service as meal, selecting seat, baggage, insurance… You should book the ticket as soon as possible, especially on promotion day. Thus, if you are too busy or your schedules change frequently, you should be careful with booking the cheap flight tickets.
In the following there are some useful websites for your next trip:
Two commonly used low-cost carrier in Asia
AirAsia airlines are very common in Asia. With the investors in Malaysia, this airline is currently ranked at number one in domestic Asia and has progressively provided more European and Australian routes. In Vietnam, the airline departs from Hanoi, HCM City and Da Nang. The AirAsia headquarter is located in Kuala Lumpur. The common routes of AirAsia are from Kuala Lumpur or Bangkok. Besides of many domestic routes, AirAsia offers many routes to Australia, China, Korea, India, Myanmar, Nepal, Sri Lanka, Philippines, Japan, Brunei .. .
Tiger Airways is a low-cost carrier of Singapore, flying to many destinations in the Asian region including Bangladesh, China, India, Indonesia, Philippines, Thailand, Australia, South Korea ...
Jetstar of Qantas (Australia) fly from Singapore to Bangkok, Hong Kong, Vietnam, Manila, Phnom Penh, Phuket, Siem Reap, Taipei, Osaka and Yangon ... The subsidiary company of Jetstar is Valuai, flying to Jakarta, Surabaya and Denpasar (Bali).
Nok Air is a Thailand airline, which flies from Bangkok to big cities in Southeast Asia, additionally to China and Japan.
Cheap airlines in Europe
Easyjet is one of the first low-cost airlines and having the largest network in Europe, up to nearly 100 airports is Easyjet. The company has the advantage of taking off on time and the airport is quite close to city center. Notably, when you book the tickets too late, the price will be much higher than the initial one.
The Ryanair Airlines
Another low cost carrier in Europe is Ryanair, a competitor of EasyJet. The airlines offer more routes but the airport is quite far from the city.
As the third low-cost carrier in Europe, AirBerlin flight varies between the cities of Germany and Southern Europe, North Africa, UK. Its quantities are around 98 airports.
The airline connects Germany with European countries in Southern Europe or Central Europe by using airports in Cologne/Bonn, Stuttgart, Hamburg and Berlin’s main airport. Additionally, the airline flies to nearly 60 other airports in the continent.
The German airlines fly between Germany, Western Europe and the UK to around 80 airports in the region.
Air Baltic - Latvia's firm with the parent company Scandinavian Airlines, has a joint venture with SAS, flying from the capital Riga to many places throughout Europe.
Low-cost carrier Norwegian has domestic flights and international flights to countries in Southern Europe, Central Europe, Poland, Denmark and, the United Kingdom within 58 airports.
Wizz Air is the low-cost carrier of Hungary, flies from Hungary and Poland to 50 destinations around Europe. Especially the company offers multiple routes with interesting destinations.