Flights of the Week: Asia, Europe and worldwide

Posted: 13 April 2018 12:25 pm

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

Up to 20% off: Virgin Australia domestic and international flights

Fly Virgin Australia when you book direct.

Take off anywhere on the Virgin Australia network at up to 20% off when you use this discount code and pay for your flights with your Amex Express Velocity card.

Travel dates: Until 31 January 2019.
Sale ends: 27 April 2018.
More info: Up to 20% off Virgin Australia flights.

We love this deal because:

  • It's available on any Virgin Australia flight.
  • Using your American Express Velocity card means you'll rack up all those beautiful frequent flyer points.
  • Includes all dates between now and 31 January, including peak Christmas dates.

$287: Return flights to Bangkok

Fly budget when you book via Flight Centre.

Flight Centre has come up with cheap fares to Bangkok, with most on budget airlines including Scoot, AirAsia and Jetstar. Fares include: Darwin to Bangkok from $287, Perth to Bangkok from $461 and Melbourne to Bangkok from $518.

Flights are round trip and don't include checked baggage, meals and entertainment.

Travel dates: 1 May - 30 December 2018.
Sale ends: When sold out.
More info: Flights to Bangkok from $287 return.

We love these flights because:

$115: One-way flights to Asia and Europe

Fly Scoot when you book Skyscanner.

Scoot has a sale on 24 of its hottest destinations. Sample flights include Perth to Singapore from $115, Perth to Athens from $309, the Gold Coast to Berlin from $349, Melbourne to Male from $219 and Melbourne to Phuket from $189.

Flights are each way and don't include checked baggage, meals and entertainment.

Travel dates: 15 April - 15 September 2018.
Sale ends: 15 April 2018.
More info: Scoot Wandermust Sale.

We love these flights because:

  • They include two of Scoot's hottest long-haul destinations: Berlin and Athens.
  • Features a variety of the most popular destinations for Aussies.
  • Flights include a stopover in Singapore, which you can extend to explore the city.

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