Flights of the Week: Europe, Asia and South Africa

Posted: 20 December 2019 1:45 pm
Skyline, Budapest, Hungary

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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 bring together our favourite flight sales of the week.

You could be whisking off to Europe, Asia or South Africa in the new year and with prices as low as these, you'd better get in quick.

Hand holding colorful gelato in front of famous iconic Trevi Fountain at Rome, Italy.

$981: Qatar is flying you across Europe

Roll in the new year with flights to Italy, Hungary, France, Greece, the UK, Portugal and Croatia (just to name a few).

Airfares start from $981 with flights from Perth to Dublin and Melbourne to Barcelona from $1,058 return.

Flights are also taking off from Sydney to Paris from $1,179 and Perth to Rome from $1,067 return.

These aren't going to last long so get in while you can.

  • Sale ends: These flights aren't part of a specific sale – airfares will be available until they sell out.
  • Travel dates: Dates run from 1 February to 2 October 2020.

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We love these flights because:

The majestic Taj Mahal from inside the Mihan Khana, a place of assembly for worshipers.

$135: Scoot your way to Asia

The opportunities are endless with these airfares from Scoot. Whether you want to visit India, Taiwan or Laos, there's a flight for you.

Take off to Singapore from Perth starting from $135, Gold Coast from $155, Sydney from $175 and Melbourne from $175 each way.

Travel from Perth to Chennai starting from $200 or Sydney to Hong Kong from $205. The prices are that low all you have to do is pick a destination.

  • Sale ends: This sale is available until 24 December 2019, unless sold out prior.
  • Travel dates: Travel dates run from 10 January - 30 March 2020 and 15 April - 30 May 2020.

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We love these flights because:

  • There's a wide range of destinations across Asia to choose from.
  • Flights stop over in Singapore airport, which has been dubbed as a destination in itself.
  • The travel dates run through India's ideal sight-seeing weather, temperatures are cooler so you won't have to endure high heat while enjoying the views of the Taj Mahal.

South Africa, Cape Town, Table Mountain, man standing on a rock at sunset

$976: Explore South Africa with Etihad

See everything Johannesburg has to offer with flights starting from $976 return taking off from Adelaide.

Enjoy experiences from jungle safaris to seeing the country from a cable car. You can also fly from Melbourne to Johannesburg starting from $1,043 and Brisbane to Johannesburg from $1,058 return.

These flights won't last long so get in while you can.

  • Sale ends: These flights aren't part of a specific sale, so fares will be available until they sell out.
  • Travel dates: The travel dates run from January to August 2020, but specific dates apply depending on your chosen flight.

We love these flights because:

  • You're saving almost half of a full-price $1,850 return airfare.
  • Etihad includes checked baggage, in-flight meals and entertainment in all its flights.
  • The travel period means you can explore South Africa in warm temperatures and without the peak-season crowds.

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