Score $1,195 return flights to Macedonia with this Qatar Airways Skopje sale

Andrew Munro 9 August 2017 NEWS

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It's a Skopje flight sale to celebrate Qatar Airways' new routes.

Sorry, this sale is no longer running. Check our list of current flight sales to find a bargain!

Skopje is on sale, with flights going from $1,065 return. This is part of a celebratory launch sale for new Qatar Airways destinations sale, and you have until 13 August to pick up these prices. You definitely don't see Macedonia go on sale very often, largely because Qatar Airways is one of the only carriers to fly there from Australia. To get these prices, you need to make a booking for two.

These prices are among some of the lowest they've ever been, and come in hundreds of dollars lower than the norm.

Macedonia sits at a truly unique crossroads of different cultural influences, and after the end of this launch sale there's no telling when prices like this might arrive again. History, culture, architecture and experience buffs almost certainly don't want to let this one pass by.

Flights are for travel until 31 March 2018, so grab a travel companion, pick your dates and book your flights.

  • From Adelaide - $1,075 return
  • From Perth - $1,065 return
  • From Melbourne - $1,070 return
  • From Sydney - $1,085 return
  • From Canberra - $1,085 return

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