Cheap Flights of the Week: Australia, USA, Europe

Posted: 11 August 2017 10:58 am


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


$487: Fly return to Honolulu, Hawaii

Fly Jetstar when you book via Flight Centre.

Sample fares include Sydney to Honolulu from $487, Melbourne to Honolulu from $524, Gold Coast to Honolulu from $587 and Brisbane to Honolulu from $640. All are return fares.

Checked baggage, meals and entertainment are not included.

Dates: February-May 2018.

We love these flights because

  • They fly early next year giving you plenty of time to sort out your annual leave, hotel and itinerary.
  • These are some of the cheapest fares to Hawaii we've seen, with Jetstar typically offering $498 return flights at best.
  • Flights are during the dry season, from March to September.


$975: Return flights to Europe

Fly Qatar Airways when you book direct.

Sample fares include Perth to Kiev from $975, Sydney to Prague from $995 and Melbourne to Dublin from $1,070. All are return fares.

Checked baggage, meals and entertainment are included.

Dates: Until 31 March 2018.

We love these flights because

  • They're super cheap for a 5-star, all-inclusive carrier.
  • Flights take you to some of the most interesting and unique destinations in Europe including Kiev, Skopje and Prague.
  • Travel is until 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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