Jetstar Kicks Off Christmas Massive Sale With Cheap Flights Starting At Just $ 29
Jetstar has launched a massive effort to put Australians back in the air, with over half a million cheap seats starting at just $ 29.
The weeklong sale that begins today includes fares on the carrier’s sixty domestic routes for under $ 100, with the cheapest being a $ 29 flight from Melbourne’s Avalon Airport to Sydney.
International flights are also available, starting at $ 109 to fly from Darwin to Singapore.
Other overseas destinations up for grabs for under $ 200 include Thailand, Fiji, Japan, and Hawaii.
With pandemic restrictions still uncertain, the company says if customers are affected by changes to border restrictions, they will be able to get a credit voucher for the full value of their reservation.
Customers can also change their travel date if their own plans change, but a fare difference may apply, depending on the company.
The sales prices include:
- Adelaide to Melbourne (Avalon) from $ 29 ^
- Adelaide to Hobart from $ 44 ^
- Melbourne (Tullamarine) to Uluru (Ayers Rock) from $ 89 ^
- Brisbane to Canberra from $ 79 ^
- Brisbane to Perth from $ 99 ^
- Cairns to Sydney from $ 85 ^
- Hobart to Gold Coast (Coolangatta) from $ 45 ^
- Melbourne (Tullamarine) to Ballina Byron from $ 59 ^
- Melbourne (Tullamarine) to Gold Coast (Coolangatta) from $ 45 ^
- Melbourne (Tullamarine) to Sydney from $ 49 ^
- Sydney to Hamilton Island from $ 89 ^
- Sydney to Mackay from $ 59 ^
- Sydney to Sunshine Coast from $ 49 ^
- Sydney to Whitsunday Coast (Proserpine) from $ 69 ^
The proposed international itineraries include:
- Melbourne (Tullamarine) to Phuket from $ 149 ^
- Sydney to Honolulu from $ 179 ^
- Sydney to Nadi (Fiji) from $ 169 ^
- Gold Coast (Coolangatta) to Tokyo (Narita) from $ 199 ^
- Darwin to Singapore from $ 109 ^
The availability of the low-cost fares is subject to exhaustion and the dates are from the beginning of January to the beginning of April and from the end of April to mid-July 2022.
The sale runs from Wednesday December 15 at 00:00 AEDT to Tuesday December 21 at 11:59 p.m. AEDT.
According to a survey conducted by the airline in Australia, 87% of those polled planned to travel to their country in the next 12 months, and more than half intended to visit Queensland.
While 72% of people said they plan to travel abroad in the next year.