Good news if you’re looking at an interstate holiday soon, with Qantas announcing it’s second major flight sale during the coronavirus crisis.
It comes after Jetstar launched 200,000 flights for sale within the last two weeks, for the end of financial year sale.
From today, around 350,000 flights are on sale for as little as $109, while 40 routes around the country are on offer for less than $150.
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The Gold Coast to Sydney route is priced at $109, while Sydney to Ballina is on offer for just $69 and Canberra to Gold Coast costs $129.
Qantas claims the sale is to ramp up demand in the interstate tourism market again, but there are concerns it’s to combat Virgin’s revival sale over the coming months.
It comes after Virgin was bought by US company Bain Capital after going into administration during the coronavirus shutdown.
The Australian Competition and Consumer Commission is reportedly keeping an eye on the situation.
But it is good news for those wanting to getaway over the coming months. To check out the sale, click here.