How you can fly to Fiji, Hawaii, Vietnam or South Korea for under $400 and even score business class for not much more – as Jetstar offers deals for travel starved Aussies
Australian holidaymakers can fly to a handful of exotic tourist hotspots for just a few hundred dollars as travel returns to normal after a chaotic few years.
Jetstar is offering flights from Sydney, Brisbane and Melbourne to destinations in Fiji, Hawaii, Vietnam and South Korea for less than $400 one way until October 31.
The current deals are part of a commitment from Jetstar to offer routine sales to help consumers get good books again after a tough few years.
Australians are hungry for travel after years of border closures due to the Covid pandemic, continued flight delays and cancellations and management dramas with Jetstar’s parent company Qantas that would top a Korean ‘K-drama’ soap.
“Qantas Group is acutely aware of the importance of affordable travel and will continue to offer regular sales and special offers,” a company spokesperson said.
Australians can fly to Hawaii (pictured) from $305 if they fly in January or February next year
Jetstar is offering deals to a number of overseas locations including Vietnam (pictured)
The cheap flight deals require ticket holders to travel within certain time periods, so some planning for your next holiday is required.
Current deals include Sydney to Fiji’s Nadi Airport from $259, flying from early to mid-March next year, and Sydney to Honolulu, Hawaii from $305, flying from mid-January to late February.
Sydneysiders can also fly to Ho Chi Minh City in Vietnam from $319, with a flight between late July and late August next year, or to Incheon Airport in Seoul, South Korea, from $362, with a flight from early July until mid-September.
The Sydney to Seoul flights last less than a year, so there’s also the opportunity to snag cheap business class seats while the route remains new, with tickets from $801 flying between early July and mid-September.
For those who want to relax on a beach flight to Fiji (pictured) costs only $259
Flights from Sydney or Brisbane to Seoul (pictured) are also on offer, with a bargain for those willing to splurge on business class seats
Brisbane residents will also be able to fly to Seoul from February 1 next year thanks to a new partnership between the airline and Brisbane Airport.
Tickets cost $329 economy or $909 business class and fly in the same period between early July and mid-September next year.
And Melburnians can also take advantage of cheap flights to Ho Chi Minh City from $210, flying between late July and late August, or to Honolulu from $305, flying between mid-January and late February.
Prices are available by booking online via the Jetstar website.