Cheap Flights of the Week: Maldives, China, South America multi-stop

Posted: 3 August 2018 10:52 am
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$378: Flights to Maldives on Scoot

Peak season fares to the Maldives on low cost carrier Scoot have fallen below $400 return. Sample fares include Perth to Maldives from $378, Gold Coast to Maldives from $418 and Melbourne or Sydney to Maldives from $438 return.

Prices do not include checked baggage, meals and entertainment.

Travel dates: February - May 2019.
Sale ends: Until sold out.

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$483: Full-service flights to China on China Southern

Explore the Forbidden City and Great Wall in Beijing, or the sweeping skyscrapers in Shanghai with cheap, full-service flights into China's hottest hubs. Sample fares include Adelaide to Shanghai from $483, Sydney to Shanghai or Beijing from $499. See here for a full list of fares.

Fares are return and include checked luggage, meals and entertainment.

Travel dates: August 2018 - June 2019.
Sale ends: 16 August, unless sold out earlier.

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We love these flights because:

  • They're super cheap for a 4-star full service airline like China Southern Airlines.
  • They cover a wide range of travel dates.
  • You can choose to visit Beijing, Shanghai or Guangzhou.

$1,415: 3-stop South America flights on LATAM

Visit not one, not two, but three South American cities for not much more than the price of one! Flights depart from Melbourne, Adelaide, Sydney, Brisbane and Perth and stop in Santiago, Lima and Buenos Aires. Flights start at $1,415 from Melbourne. See the full list of flights and fares here.

Travel dates: 25 April - 30 June 2019.
Sale ends: 16 August, unless sold out.

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