Flights of the Week: Australia, Italy, USA

Peter Terlato 16 December 2016

Cinque Terre, Italy

A weekly round up of the best flight deals across the net.

Jetstar

$29: Fly one-way across Australia

Jetstar has extended its Christmas sale, adding some super-low tickets.

Sample fares include Melbourne to Hobart from $29 one-way, Sydney to Melbourne from $35 one-way, Newcastle to Brisbane from $39 one-way and Darwin to Bali or Singapore from $109 one-way.

Checked baggage, meals and entertainment not included.

Dates: January-June 2017

We love these flights because:


Rome, Italy

$895: Fly return to Italy

Fly to Italy for less than $1,000 return aboard China Eastern when you book through STA Travel.

Sample fares include Sydney to Milan from $895 return and Sydney to Rome from $910 return.

Checked baggage, meals and entertainment are included.

Dates: February-June 2017

We love these flights because:

  • Italy is full of colour and culture, steeped in history and serves the most delicious food on the planet
  • Milan is the perfect stepping stone to Italy's relaxing lakes district and the towering Swiss alps
  • Rome is home to ancient ruins, artistic masterpieces, stupendous churches and UNESCO sites

Hawaii fire juggle

$483: Fly return to Hawaii

Cheap Jetstar flights when you book through I Want That Flight.

Sample fares include Sydney to Honolulu from $483 return, Melbourne from $512 return, Hobart from $582 return, Gold Coast from $588 return and Brisbane from $611 return.

Checked baggage, meals and entertainment not included.

Dates:

We love these flights because:

  • The island is packed with rugged cliffs, stunning waterfalls, living jungles and picturesque beaches
  • You can choose to laze by the pool sipping cocktails all day or experience thrill-seeking adventures
  • Hawaii is an ideal stopover before continuing on to explore what else the United States has to offer

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