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Flights of the Week: Europe, Australia and the USA

Posted: 6 December 2019 4:50 pm
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A weekly round-up of the best flight deals across the Internet.

It's that time of the week where we scroll through the web to find you our top flight deals. Discover a wide range of destinations including Australia, the USA, Brazil, Hawaii, Peru, France, Italy, England, Greece and the Netherlands.

So whether you're after a domestic weekend getaway or an international escape, there's a flight for everyone.

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$999: Fly to Europe with Qatar Airways

If Europe is on your bucket list, then this is the deal for you. Qatar is flying you to Paris, Barcelona, Rome, Dublin, Edinburgh, Amsterdam, Budapest and Athens from $999 return.

This money saver starts off from $999 return to Barcelona from Perth, Adelaide and Sydney. Other flights include Melbourne to Amsterdam from $1,009, Sydney to Budapest from $1,289 and Adelaide to Zagreb from $1,479 return.

  • Sale ends: 11:59pm on 12 December 2019 unless sold out prior.
  • Travel dates: 1 February to 2 October 2020 with specific dates applying depending on your route.

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We love these flights because:


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$35: Domestic and international flights with Jetstar

Jetstar is bringing Christmas early this year with domestic flights starting from $35 and international fares from $102 one way.

We found the cheapest fares from Melbourne to Sydney or Adelaide to Melbourne starting from $35 each way. Other fares included Sydney to Hamilton Island from $89, Gold Coast to Adelaide from $99 and Cairns to Melbourne from $99 one way.

International flights had savings just as good, with Darwin to Da Nang from $102, Perth to Bali from $129, Cairns to Osaka from $189 and Darwin to Ho Chi Minh City from $181 each way.

  • Sale ends: 11:59pm on 9 December 2019 unless sold out prior.
  • Travel dates: January to December 2020 with specific dates applying depending on your route.

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We love these flights because:

  • Flights from Sydney to Melbourne can be upwards of $140 for a round trip.
  • All domestic flights are direct and some international airfares do have a stopover, so you can get to your destination faster.
  • The travel dates mean your next holiday can be in a sunny paradise like Hamilton Island or Bali.

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$779: Fly to the USA and South America with Qantas

Whether you want to explore everything Rio De Janeiro has to offer or soak up the sun in Hawaii, this Qantas deal has a flight for you.

With flights departing from Brisbane or Adelaide, you can get fares to Rio De Janeiro from $1,199 return or if you're after the cheapest fare you can't miss Sydney or Brisbane to Hawaii from $779 return.

Destinations include Los Angeles, Santiago, Sao Paulo, San Francisco, Honolulu, Lima, Dallas, Chicago and New York (just to name a few).

  • Sale ends: 11:59pm on 12 December 2019 unless sold out prior.
  • Travel dates: January to October 2020 but specific travel dates apply depending on your flight.

Book your flights via Skyscanner now

We love these flights because:

  • Qantas is one of the most trusted airlines including checked baggage, in-flight meals and entertainment in your airfares.
  • South America has good weather all year round, so no matter when you fly you can grab some sun.
  • As a full-service flight anything under $1,000 is an absolute bargain.

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