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Jetstar Launches First International Sale

Jetstar has today launched its first international sale in nearly two years, with 200,000 discounted fares across 25 international routes for travel in 2022.

Launching at midnight tonight, the sale fares will be available from across Australia to 12 international destinations including Phuket, Honolulu, Singapore, Vietnam, Japan and New Zealand. This marks the first Jetstar international sale since January 2020.

The five-day sale includes fares starting from $109 from Darwin to Singapore, $149 from Melbourne (Tullamarine) to Phuket and $179 from Sydney to Honolulu. Business Class seats are also on sale across routes operated by the Boeing 787 Dreamliner, with fares from $499 (Melbourne and Sydney to Phuket).

Travel dates vary per route, including between mid-January to late March, late April to late June and mid-July to mid-September 2022.

International Holiday Packages including flights and accommodation are available from $429 to Phuket and from $529 to Singapore.

Club Jetstar members will have early access to the sale from midday AEDT today, with public access starting at midnight. Travellers can sign up to become a Club Jetstar member at Jetstar.com when making a booking.

The Jetstar International Sale runs for five days, starting at 12.01 am AEDT Tuesday 26 October 2021 and ending at 11.59 pm AEDT Saturday 30 October 2021, unless sold out prior. Fares and full conditions are available at jetstar.com.

Some of the incredible low fares include:

  • Cairns to Osaka (Kansai) from $199
  • Darwin to Singapore from $109
  • Gold Coast (Coolangatta) to Queenstown from $165
  • Gold Coast (Coolangatta) to Tokyo (Narita) from $219
  • Melbourne (Tullamarine) to Phuket from $149
  • Melbourne (Tullamarine) to Auckland from $175
  • Melbourne (Tullamarine) to Singapore from $149
  • Sydney to Honolulu from $179
  • Sydney to Fiji from $199
  • Sydney to Phuket from $149

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