Jetstar Has Just Released Crazy Cheap Flights

Rather be on holiday? Jetstar can help with that.

Jetstar Has Just Released Crazy Cheap Flights

Rather be on holiday? Jetstar can help with that.
jetstar cheap flights

Jetstar has just put over half a million seats on sale to get Aussies travelling again and the flight prices are just crazy.

It will now be cheaper to catch a plane from Melbourne to Sydney than it is to fill up your car with flights from $29.

Jetstar has just released a number of ridiculously crazy cheap flights that will have you booking your next holiday ASAP.

So where will you be flying to?

Jetstar domestic cheap flights

Here are some of the crazy Jetstar sales around Australia;

  • Melbourne (Avalon) to Sydney from $29
  • Sydney to Melbourne (Tullamarine) from $39
  • Adelaide to Hobart from $44
  • Sydney to Perth from $99
  • Brisbane to Uluru (Ayers Rock) from $79
  • Darwin to Sydney from $99
  • Cairns to Melbourne (Tullamarine) from $89
  • Melbourne (Tullamarine) to Ballina Byron from $49
  • Melbourne (Tullamarine) to Hamilton Island from $99
  • Melbourne (Tullamarine) to Townsville from $79

View the full list via

Jetstar international cheap flights

  • Perth to Bali from $115
  • Gold Coast to Wellington from $159
  • Melbourne to Auckland from $175
  • Melbourne to Honolulu from $199
  • Melbourne to Singapore from $159
  • Melbourne to Ho Chi Minh City from $159
  • Sydney to Nadi (Fiji) from $169
  • Sydney to Phuket from $159
  • Sydney to Queenstown from $189

View the full list via

Fares are one-way, checked baggage is not included and tickets are only available at specific times between late April and November 2022.

All passengers on Jetstar international flights (aged 12 years and older) need to be fully vaccinated with a TGA-approved or recognised vaccine.

For more information on travel periods and to book your flights visit

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