Flights of the Week: Asia, South America and Worldwide

Posted: 22 December 2017 3:17 pm


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


$141: Return flights to Bali

Fly Jetstar when you book via I Want That Flight.

It doesn't get too much cheaper than this with flights to Bali from $141 when departing from Darwin. Other fares include Perth to Bali from $209, Melbourne to Bali from $393 and Sydney to Bali from $457 return.

Prices are return and checked baggage, meals and entertainment are not included. Sale ends when sold out.

Dates: January-March and July-September 2018.

We love these flights because

  • They're some of the cheapest return fares to Bali we've seen.
  • Flights depart during the dry season, which is April-June and September-October.
  • Flights are available from all across Australia.


$1,065: Return fares to Santiago

Fly Qantas when you book via Flight Centre.

Sample fares include Sydney to Santiago from $1,065, Melbourne to Santiago from $1,075 and Adelaide to Santiago from $1,098.

All fares are round-trip flights and checked baggage, meals and entertainment are included.

Dates: May-June 2018.

We love these flights because

  • Flights take off all across Australia.
  • As you're flying on Qantas, you can rack up those all-important Qantas frequent flyer points.
  • Flights are during autumn, which is ideal for cool weather and less crowds.


$596: Return fares worldwide

Fly Cathay Pacific when you book direct.

Cathay Pacific has released its New Year's sale early with dozens of flight routes worldwide on sale. Sample fares include Melbourne-Hong Kong from $596, Perth-Beijing from $681, Perth-Cebu from $713, Adelaide-London from $1,216 and Perth-Paris from $1,018.

Flights are round trip and include checked baggage, meals and entertainment.

Dates: January-May 2018.

We love these flights because

  • With such a wide variety of destinations, you can go wherever your wanderlusting heart desires.
  • Cathay Pacific is a five-star airline, so you're not short-changing yourself in terms of luxury.
  • Flights are via Hong Kong, so you can also add an extended layover if you like.

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