Jetstar will put over half a million seats on sale to help get Aussies travelling again, including flights from one capital city to Bali for just over $100.
Jetstar will put over half a million seats on sale to get Aussies travelling again this cold season, including flights from one capital city to Bali for just over $100.
From midnight Wednesday, the airline will launch over 600,000 low fares across 58 domestic and 28 international routes.
Coinciding with the return of flights to Bali this week, seats are on sale from Perth to Denpasar Airport from $115.
Starting at $29 for a ticket from Sydney to Melbourne, cheap domestic routes also include a cross-country flight from Sydney to Perth for $99.
The tickets are only available at specific times between late April and November 2022 and fare differences will likely apply if passengers change the date of their flight.
For Melburnians looking to escape the cold this winter, seats are on sale from Tullamarine to Ballina, Hamilton Island and Townsville for between $49 and $99.
Cheap trans-Tasman tickets are also on offer, starting at $159 from the Gold Coast to Wellington, celebrating the airline’s resumption of quarantine-free flights to New Zealand from 13 April.
All passengers on Jetstar international flights (aged 12 years and older) need to be fully vaccinated with a TGA-approved or recognised vaccine.
Earlier this week, over 300 passengers took an advance Jetstar flight to Bali, as Indonesia officially reopened its border to Australia.
At the time, Jetstar CEO Gareth Evans, said he was confident Bali will bounce back to being the premier international tourist destination for Aussies.
However, not everybody is ready to take the plunge. An informal News.com online poll that garnered close to 25,000 votes, showed 30 per cent of respondents said they were not planning on doing any travel until things became more stable with the pandemic.
The larger group though were the 41 per cent who said they were either planning to, or were about to travel internationally, or were not deterred by the pandemic whatsoever.
Domestic sale fares include –
*Melbourne (Avalon) to Sydney from $29^
*Adelaide to Hobart from $44^
*Brisbane to Uluru (Ayers Rock) from $79^
*Darwin to Sydney from $99^
*Cairns to Melbourne (Tullamarine) from $89^
*Gold Coast (Coolangatta) to Sydney from $39^
*Melbourne (Tullamarine) to Ballina Byron from $49^
*Melbourne (Tullamarine) to Hamilton Island from $99^
*Melbourne (Tullamarine) to Townsville from $79^
*Sydney to Hervey Bay from $59^
*Sydney to Melbourne (Tullamarine) from $39^
*Sydney to Perth from $99^
International sale fares include –
*Perth to Bali (Denpasar) from $115^
*Gold Coast (Coolangatta) to Wellington from $159^
*Melbourne (Tullamarine) to Auckland from $175^
*Melbourne (Tullamarine) to Honolulu from $199^
*Melbourne (Tullamarine) to Singapore from $159^
*Melbourne (Tullamarine)-Ho Chi Minh City from $159^
*Sydney to Nadi (Fiji) from $169^
*Sydney to Phuket from $159^
*Sydney to Queenstown from $189^