Singapore flights from $175 return
Save $350+ when you fly budget with Jetstar as opposed to full-service.
Airfares with the budget airline start from $175 return for February and March journeys. Compared with the cheapest full-service airline, Singapore Airlines, you're looking at savings well into the hundreds. For example, on the Darwin to Singapore route for 14-21 February, you're looking at $175 fares with Jetstar. Upgrade to Singapore Airlines and you stand to pay $542 return instead.
Sure, Jetstar doesn't include luggage or in-flight meals, but if you can do without or don't need too many bells and whistles added to your flight, you still stand to benefit.
Flights out of Darwin start from $175 return while flights from Perth start from $183 return; flights from Melbourne start from $326 return and flights from Sydney start from $451 return.
These flights are part of a wider Jetstar sale, which ends 19 December 2017 unless seats sell out prior.
On the Jetstar website, they start from $109 each way (or $218 return). We found these cheapest fares through I Want That Flight which is a booking aggregator that scours the web for the cheapest flight prices.
Bookings can be made through I Want That Flight here or via the links below.
Full list of fares and routes in the Jetstar Singapore sale:
|Darwin||Singapore||February - March 2018||$175||Book your flight to Singapore|
|Perth||Singapore||February - March 2018||$183||Book your flight to Singapore|
|Melbourne||Singapore||February - March 2018||$326||Book your flight to Singapore|
|Adelaide||Singapore||February - March 2018||$390||Book your flight to Singapore|
|Brisbane||Singapore||February - March 2018||$429||Book your flight to Singapore|
|Sydney||Singapore||February - March 2018||$451||Book your flight to Singapore|
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