Jetstar launch 10,000 one way $19 fares today

Now’s the time to nab yourself a domestic fare in Australia to all those places you’ve vowed to explore.

Whether flying from Brisbane to Melbourne to ski and snowboard in Victoria or Sydney to Far North Queensland for some time in the sun. 

Qantas and Jetstar have announced discounted fares on 200,000 seats and points offers for frequent flyers, to reboot the domestic tourism industry and help families and friends reunite.

Hello holidays!

Choose from 35 Jetstar routes across 15 destinations, in New South Wales, Victoria, South Australia, Northern Territory and Queensland.

You can even fly with change in your pocket from a $20 bill. There are 10,000 fares for $19 one-way on 22 routes including Melbourne to Sydney, Sydney to Gold Coast, Melbourne to Byron Bay (Ballina), Brisbane to Whitsunday Coast (Proserpine) and Adelaide to Cairns.

Other sale fares include Brisbane to Mackay from $49, Sydney to Hamilton Island from $79 and Brisbane to Darwin from $79.

Fares are on sale on jetstar.com from 9am today and run until 23:59 (AEST) 22 June 2020 unless sold out prior. 

But wait, there’s more! Jetstar will also be offering sale fares to/from Western Australia and Tasmania following confirmation of the dates that borders will open up.

Triple Qantas points

Qantas is offering its 13 million frequent flyers triple points on all flights nationwide across 92 routes and 57 destinations from 27 June until 31 October 2020. The triple point sale is available on qantas.com now and runs until 24 June 2020.

Both airlines are offering customers greater flexibility when they book, with the ability to change the date of their flight once, without paying a change fee. Customers will have to cover any fare increase (if relevant) for the new booking.


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