Cheap Flights of the Week: South Korea, USA, Australia

Peter Terlato 13 April 2017 NEWS

Seoul, South Korea

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Seoul Tower, South Korea

$371: Fly return to South Korea

Fly AirAsia when you book via I Want That Flight.

Sample fares include Melbourne to Seoul from $371 return, Sydney to Seoul from $376 return and Perth to Seoul from between $474 and $507 return (depending on selected travel dates).

Checked baggage, meals and entertainment not included.

Dates: April-June 2017

We love these flights because:


Space Needle, Seattle, Washington, USA

$872: Fly return to USA

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

Sample fares include Sydney to Columbus from $871 return and Sydney to Phoenix, Seattle, Detroit, Miami, Salt Lake City or Philadelphia from $872 return.

Checked baggage, meals and entertainment are included.

Dates: April-June 2017

We love these flights because:

  • The cold has begun to settle in at home and it isn't going away. You need a summer holiday!
  • The US is so diverse, picking any of these vibrant cities will offer a very different travel experience
  • Shopping, architecture, food, people, culture and undeniable character abound in America

Sydney Tower, Sydney, Australia

$39: Fly one-way across Australia

Fly Tigerair when you book via Flight Centre.

Sample fares include Melbourne to Hobart from $39 one-way, Sydney to Gold Coast from $45 one-way, Brisbane to Whitsunday Coast from $49 one-way and Sydney to Adelaide from $59 one-way.

Checked baggage, meals and entertainment not included.

Dates: July-September 2017

We love these flights because:

  • These are some of the cheapest domestic fares you'll find for the selected travel period
  • Travel dates are for winter and spring, a great time to explore the diverse colours of Australia
  • Visit Melbourne for munchies, Sydney for sights, Brisbane for beaches and Perth for people

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