Cheap Flights of the Week: Australia, South Africa, China

Peter Terlato 26 May 2017

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Canberra

$10: Fly one-way across Australia

Fly Tigerair when you book via I Want That Flight.

Sample fares include Brisbane to Canberra from $10 one-way.

Checked baggage, meals and entertainment not included.

Dates: September 2017

We love these flights because:

  • There'll be three weekly return services between the two cities, beginning 14 September 2017
  • Previously Virgin Australia and Qantas were the only options, so this is a win for budget travellers
  • Tigerair is also adding a second daily flight on its Melbourne to Canberra route

South Africa art

$1,222: Fly return to South Africa

Fly Qantas when you book via I Want That Flight.

Sample fares include Sydney to Johannesburg from $1,222 return, Brisbane from $1,226 return, Adelaide from $1,251 return, Melbourne from $1,261 return, Perth from $1,296 and Hobart from $1,555 return.

Checked baggage, meals and entertainment are included.

Dates: August 2017

We love these flights because:

  • If you're in Hobart or Darwin, it may be worth buying a domestic flight to a cheaper departure city
  • These flights are for travel during the popular safari season, when all wildlife is out on show
  • There are over six million trees in Johannesburg, making it one of the greenest cities in the world

China

$309: Fly return to China

Fly Hainan Airlines when you book via I Want That Flight.

Sample fares include Sydney to Hangzhou from $309 return and Melbourne to Hangzhou from $347 return.

Checked baggage, meals and entertainment are included.

Dates: June 2017

We love these flights because:

  • These flights are rare because Hainan Airlines usually flies to destinations such as Beijing or Shanghai
  • Hangzhou's beautiful West Lake (above) offers panoramic views of the city and the rolling hills beyond

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