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Qantas launches massive $99 flight fare sale

Daily Mail logo Daily Mail 7/02/2021 Alana Mazzoni For Daily Mail Australia
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Qantas has launched a fare frenzy sale to destinations like Byron Bay, Melbourne and Hamilton Island - with prices starting at just $99. 

From Monday, customers can buy cheap fares for travel from beginning in mid-March.

The Flying Kangaroo's Spirit of Australia sale of more than one million seats will last a week.  

a bridge over a body of water with a city in the background: Qantas has launched a $99 flight sale to destinations like Byron Bay, Melbourne (pictured) and Hamilton Island

Qantas has launched a $99 flight sale to destinations like Byron Bay, Melbourne (pictured) and Hamilton Island
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One-way flights from Sydney to Ballina near Byron Bay start at $99, while a trip from Adelaide to Melbourne is as cheap as $109. 

Sydney to Hamilton Island one-way will set passengers back just $164, and Launceston to Melbourne flights are $99 as part of the fare frenzy.

Cheap offers Qantas are advertising:

Sydney - Byron Bay (Ballina) from $99

Launceston - Melbourne from $99

Adelaide - Melbourne from $109

Brisbane - Cairns from $124

Sydney - Hamilton Island from $164

Melbourne - Perth from $204

Brisbane residents wanting a holiday in far north Queensland can fly one-way to Cairns for $124, while Melbourne to Perth fares are at $204.

To further encourage domestic travel amid the pandemic, Qantas has also extended its 'no change fee' policy until 2022.

Passengers will be allowed to make as many changes to their bookings as they like, without being charged any extra to do so. 

Qantas Group Chief Customer Officer Stephanie Tully said no longer charging passengers for flight changes is an incentive to book travel. 

'Customers have told us that sudden changes to border restrictions by state governments are giving them second thoughts about going on holidays or taking a business trip,' she said.

'To help manage the uncertainty, we've introduced the highest level of flexibility in the market so people can plan their next trip with confidence.

'As the national carrier, we have an important role to play in helping the industry recover from COVID-19, and we know that given the right opportunity, people are keen to travel.

'By giving customers unlimited flight date changes for almost a year, we think it will encourage more people to book, helping to boost tourism which is so vital to local economies and businesses around the country.'

a large passenger jet sitting on top of a runway: To further encourage domestic travel amid the pandemic, Qantas has also extended its 'no change fee' policy until 2022 © Provided by Daily Mail To further encourage domestic travel amid the pandemic, Qantas has also extended its 'no change fee' policy until 2022 Read more

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