Cheap Flights of the Week: Australia, Asia, Europe

Posted: 18 August 2017 10:21 am


A weekly round-up of the best flight deals across the net.


$568: Roundtrip flights to Hong Kong

Fly Qantas when you book via Flight Centre.

Flights from Sydney, Melbourne, Adelaide and Brisbane are all priced at $568 return. All are return fares.

Checked baggage, meals and entertainment are included.

Dates: October-November.

We love these flights because

  • It doesn't matter which major Aussie city you're flying from, the return fare is still the same.
  • These are some of the cheapest fares to Hong Kong we've seen with Qantas, especially from Sydney, Adelaide and Brisbane which tend to fall to $599 return.
  • Flights are during the autumn, which is one of the best times to visit Hong Kong for cool weather.


$1,140: Return flights to Europe

Fly Etihad Airways when you book direct.

Sample fares include Perth-Dublin for $1,140, Melbourne-Dublin for $1,243, Sydney-Rome for $1,305, Melbourne-Paris for $1,305, Sydney-Manchester from $1,396. All are return fares.

Checked baggage, meals and entertainment are included.

Dates: 24 September 2017 - 25 November 2017 and 13 January 2018 - 25 March 2018.

We love these flights because

  • They include a wide range of destinations including Dublin, Rome, London, Paris, Amsterdam, Zurich, Frankfurt and Istanbul.
  • Wide range of travel dates means you can still have a sunny European adventure or a late white-Christmas.

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