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Qantas flights to Chile down to $1,199 return

Posted: 30 June 2017 10:12 am


Fly from four Australian cities to Santiago for under $1,200 return.

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Qantas has just unveiled its latest Fly Away Sale and in it, the luxury carrier is taking Australians from all corners of the country to the capital of Chile, Santiago, for $1,199 return.

You'll have to travel from either Sydney, Brisbane, Melbourne or Adelaide between 2 August 2017 and 31 March 2018 to book your flight at this price. Mind you, peak periods are excluded from the sale, which means you'll have to pay a premium if you wish to travel over the school holidays or during the Christmas break. Flights departing on Saturdays are also excluded, so you'll have to be a little strategic with your dates if you want to secure the right price.

Those flying out from Perth are also included in the sale, but you will have to shell out a bit more to get there and back again, with fares starting from $1,499 return.

As flights to Santiago go, these are some of the cheapest prices we've seen for a while, especially for flights from Adelaide and Brisbane, which rarely dip below $1,200 return.

Depending on the dates and availabilities, most flights from Sydney and Melbourne are direct. Departures from all other cities include a stopover in another Australian city to connect.

You can book these flights direct with Qantas or you can go through a booking site like Flight Centre, which allows you to compare prices across various airlines and potentially find even cheaper fares. For example, we searched for flights from Melbourne to Santiago from 24 October to 4 November 2017 and found a flight with Qantas for $1,153.64, as opposed to the advertised $1,199.

The Qantas Fly Away sale ends 4 July 2017, unless sold out prior.

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