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Cheap flights from Adelaide

Being so central, flights to any coast in Australia can be very affordable (oh, and international flights too!).

Adelaide is often overlooked when it comes to flights but its central location gives Adelaidians a chance to explore their own country at budget prices.

While international destinations aren’t quite as cheap, they’re still affordable with direct flights to Bali, Singapore and Kuala Lumpur available.


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Which airlines offer cheap flights from Adelaide?

Jetstar, a budget airline that flies out of Adelaide, with the former offering both domestic and international flights and the latter focusing only on routes within Australia.

AirlineWhere does it fly (direct)?Connections available
JetstarBali (Denpasar), Brisbane, Cairns, Darwin, Gold Coast, Hobart, Melbourne (Avalon and Tullamarine), Perth, Sunshine Coast, SydneyAuckland, Ballina Byron, Bangkok, Christchurch, Dunedin

Fukuoka, Hamilton Island, Ho Chi Minh City, Hong Kong, Honolulu, Jakarta, Kagoshima, Kuala Lumpur, Launceston, Manila, Matsuyama, Nelson,

Newcastle - Port Stephens, Oita, Okinawa (Naha), Osaka (Kansai), Penang, Phnom Penh, Phuket, Queenstown, Sapporo (New Chitose), Singapore, Surabaya, Takamatsu, Tokyo (Narita), Townsville, Uluru (Ayers Rock), Zhengzhou

Popular destinations from Adelaide

Flights from Adelaide to Brisbane

All of Australia’s major airlines – Qantas, Virgin, and Jetstar – offer direct flights between Adelaide and Brisbane that have a total travel time of around 2 hours and 20 minutes.

Keep these pointers in mind when booking your flight:

  • Jetstar A budget airline that offers the cheapest fares but the bare minimum is included in the ticket price, a seat and 7kg of carry-on baggage.
  • Qantas and Virgin: These full-service airlines come with a higher price tag but include everything – checked baggage, entertainment, food and beverages – along with the option to collect frequent flyer points.

Flights from Adelaide to Melbourne

The quick direct flight from Adelaide to Melbourne is only 1 hour and 20 minutes with flights available from all of Australia’s major airlines.

Before booking your flight there are a few things you should take into consideration about each airline:

  • Jetstar: A budget airline that will come with a budget price tag but what you will get is very budget. It will only include a seat and 7kg of carry-on baggage.
  • Qantas and Virgin: Both of these airlines are full-service so checked baggage, entertainment, food and beverages are included. Tickets will be more expensive but you will also be able to collect frequent flyer points.

Flights from Adelaide to Bangkok

The minimum 10.5-hour journey from Adelaide to Bangkok requires at least 1 connection which is determined by which airline you opt to fly with.

The most popular stops include Sydney, Melbourne and Singapore. Qantas, Virgin and Jetstar fly to Bangkok with flights fully operated by each airline or in combination with airlines such as Singapore Airlines, Emirates and Scoot.

These tips will help you choose which airline is best for your upcoming trip:

  • Jetstar and Scoot: With these airlines you can score a cheap deal but expect the basics of only a seat and a carry-on bag. Plan to pay more for food, drinks, checked baggage and entertainment.
  • Virgin and Singapore Airlines: These airlines are full-service so you will have the basics and more included in your ticket price such as checked baggage, meals, beverages and entertainment. Frequent flyer points can be collected but prices will be higher.

Flights from Adelaide to Bali

Jetstar is the only airline that flies direct from Adelaide to Bali, while other airlines such as Qantas, Virgin, Scoot, AirAsia and Garuda Indonesia work in combination with partner airlines to provide connecting flights.

A direct flight has a journey time of 5 hours and 20 minutes while connecting flights have a minimum travel time of 9 hours and 25 minutes with 1 stop.

Don’t book your flight without taking these airline tips into consideration:

  • Jetstar and AirAsia: These budget airlines include the bare minimum of a seat and a carry-on bag. Prices are cheap but everything else will be extra.
  • Qantas and Garuda Indonesia: Expect higher prices with these full-service airlines but you’ll be able to collect frequent flyer points.

Which destinations are cheap to get to from Adelaide?

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