expired Jetstar International Resolutions Sale eg $109 from Darwin to Singapore, Melbourne to Christchurch from $135 One Way

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Sydney :

  • to Auckland from $145
  • to Queenstown from $169
  • to Phuket from $209
  • to Honolulu from $259

Melbourne:

  • to Christchurch from $135
  • to Ho Chi Minh City from $229
  • to Honolulu (business) from $699

Brisbane:
- to Bali from $179
- to Phuket from $284

Perth:
- to Bali from $119

and more

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Comments

  • +6 votes

    For those in Tassie.HBA-MEL-SIN-KUL is $420 return for selected dates in May. Great use of QF lounges on those flights.

  • +2 votes

    In addition to $119 flights from Perth to Bali there's also plenty of $75 flights from Bali back to Perth - plus the usual additional costs for checked baggage, seat selection, food etc

  • +1 vote

    Melb to singapore return around the $305 mark too which is very good

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    How do people rate jetstar business??

    • +3 votes

      I've never travelled on a Jetstar 787, but my understanding is the business class on them is more like Premium Economy on a full service airline. If you Google it there will be plenty of reviews and also likely video reviews in YouTube.

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      Friends did not rate it at all. As stewy mentioned, its more like premium economy but Jetstar's version of that. So you're still treated like cattle mostly. Slightly upgrade bad food is still mostly bad. Also, if and when your Jetstar flight is cancelled for whatever reason, you're not treated any better and if you get moved to a Qantas flight, you'll only be getting an economy seat (as happened on one of the legs of my friend's trip).

      • +1 vote

        Though it was a few years ago. We flew to Tokyo on Jetstar Business on the then new Dreamliners (787). Was awesome for the price. Also helped my partner was platinum QFF so we were able to use the first class lounge in Melb (unfortunately no lounge in Tokyo as we were in a different terminal).

        Also flew to Hawaii on it with a group of mates in 2015 and that was great too. Great service, and food was good but not business class quality.

        Agree it’s equivalent to PE on other airlines, but that’s what it’s priced at, often even cheaper.

        I flew PE on singapore in September and I’d say it’s fairly comparable.

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      I would agree that it is equivalent to "premium economy" on other airlines. However, I found the food to be decent and the amenity kit to be superior to Qantas, strangely. I mean, there isn't much else to say though. It's premium economy.

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    Anyone got leads to cheap one way flights back from Honolulu to Melbourne at the end of the Easter break?

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    i could link this up with my cheap $5 Darwin flights. Singapore + Thailand, cambodia or vietnam for $180 one way during songkran. that's not bad at all.

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    If you guys come through Darwin to then venture off into Asia stop in and try the world's best Iced Coffee ;)

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    We don’t have any deals from Canberra today

    :(

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    Jetstar does not fly from Canberra :(.

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