Cheap Flights of the Week: Australia, Asia, South America

Posted: 4 August 2017 10:52 am
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$588: Fly return to New Delhi, India

Fly Malaysia Airlines when you book via Skyscanner.

Sample fares include Melbourne to Delhi from $588, Adelaide to Delhi from $591, Sydney to Delhi from $613 and Brisbane to Delhi from $656.

Checked baggage, meals and entertainment are included.

Dates: August-December 2017.

We love these flights because

  • They fly during the Indian winter which offers pristine weather conditions for sightseeing.
  • Flights stop by Kuala Lumpur, so you can tack on an extra city to your journey if you wish.
  • These are not only the cheapest all-inclusive flights to New Delhi for these months but the fastest, with flight times less than 17 hours each way.

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$1,149: Flights across South America

Fly LATAM when you book direct with LATAM.

Sample fares include Sydney, Adelaide, Melbourne or Brisbane to Buenos Aires from $1,149, Sydney to Santiago de Chile, Chile, from $1,199, Adelaide to Lima, Peru from $ 1,299 and Perth to Bogota, Colombia, from $1,699. All are return fares.

Checked baggage, meals and entertainment are included.

Dates: 19 February-30 June 2018.

We love these flights because

  • They're during low-season, which isn't a bad thing as it means less crowds, cheaper prices and still pleasant weather.
  • Flights are for various destinations in South America, including Santiago, Lima, Buenos Aires, Bogota, Sao Paulo, Rio de Janeiro and Montevideo.
  • Travel is in early 2018, giving you plenty of time to sort out leave, tours and finances in the lead-up to your big trip.

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