Cheap flights of the week: Domestic flights, Asia and Paris

Andrew Munro 17 November 2017 NEWS


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


$39: Australia-wide Tigerair sale

Fly Tigerair when you book via Flight Centre.

Fly around Australia from $39, including Sydney to the Gold Coast for $39 each way, Hobart to Melbourne for $39, Melbourne to Adelaide for $49, Sydney to Melbourne for $55, and plenty more in the same price range. Prices are all once way.

Checked baggage, meals and entertainment are not included.

Dates: 30 January - 22 March 2018

We love these flights because

  • The cheapest are as great as any Tigerair sale. When these deals run they tend to be Australia's cheapest flights.
  • You can take off to almost anywhere in Australia for cheap.
  • Travel dates are in the warm new year summer, making it perfect for an after Christmas getaway.

Bali, Indonesia

$99: Flights around Asia

Fly Jetstar when you book via Skyscanner.

Jetstar can take you from Darwin to Bali from $99 each way, Perth to Bali from $119 each way, Darwin to Jakarta from $141, Perth to Kuala Lumpur from $147, Perth to Penang from $150 and more.

Checked baggage, meals and entertainment are not included, and all fares are one way.

Dates: 10 January - 11 September 2018

We love these flights because

  • You can fly all around Asia for cheap.
  • The low one-way fares make this perfect for a multi-destination trip.
  • The wide set of travel dates (varies by route) means you can fill your flight shopping cart for the coming year, for multiple trips to different places.


$944: Paris return flights

Fly Singapore Airlines when you book through Flight Centre.

Sample fares include Perth to Paris for $944 return, and Brisbane, Sydney, Melbourne, Cairns to Paris for $999 return.

Checked baggage, meals and entertainment are included.

Dates: 17 Jan - 24 Mar 2018

We love these flights because

  • It's a great price for flights to Paris.
  • You'll be flying in luxury with Singapore Airlines.
  • Travel dates are off peak tourist season, which is perfect for dodging queues in a popular attraction-rich destination like Paris.

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