Flights to the Whitsundays with Tigerair slashed to $33 each way
Australia's budget airline is hoping to boost tourism in the Whitsundays in May and June.
Following the destruction of Tropical Cyclone Debbie earlier this year, low-cost carrier Tigerair has dropped the price of fares to the Whitsundays in its Where You'd Rather Be sale in a bid to bring tourism back to the region.
At present, Tigerair only has two routes to the Whitsunday Coast, one from Brisbane and one from Sydney, both of which are currently on sale.
From Brisbane, you'll stand to pay a mere $33 each way, which is an exceptional price, beating the route's Easter sale prices by $15.
From Sydney, tickets are $66 each way, which is $9 cheaper than the fares offered in the Easter sale.
To snap up these prices, you'll need to travel between 18 May and 28 June 2017, which yes, includes the Queen's birthday long weekend and includes the first week of the Brisbane school holidays, which commence 24 June 2017. Unfortunately for Sydney holidaymakers, the NSW school holidays don't officially commence until 30 June 2017.
Being a budget airline, these fares don't include extras such as checked luggage, which can be added for an extra fee.
The Where You'd Rather Be sale ends at 12pm on 9 June 2017 or until sold out. Seats can be booked online via Flight Centre.
Image: Tigerair/Tourism Whitsundays
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