Virgin Australia drops 300,000 sale fares from $45 in time for school holidays

Virgin Australia has just dropped one of its “cheapest deals of the year”.

Over 300,000 domestic prices will be discounted for two days or until sold out.

The cheapest flights on offer are between Sydney and Byron Bay from $45.

Sydneysiders can also grab seats on flights to the Gold Coast for $65 and the Sunshine Coast for $69. Promotional prices are also available in the reverse direction.

Australian travelers have the option of getting flights to Perth from Melbourne and Sydney for $199, or flights from the WA capital to cities on the east coast for the same price.

Flights to Cairns are available from $95 if traveling from Brisbane, $115 from Sydney and $165 from Perth.

The promotional fares are available to book for travel between July 1 and August 31 this year, with the airline noting that this includes the July school holidays.

Virgin Australia chief executive Libby Minogue said they hoped the sale would help families travel amid the high cost of living.

“The sale includes hotspots such as the Sunshine Coast, Gold Coast, Perth, Cairns, Adelaide, Hobart and many more,” she said.

“We hope the sale will enable even more Australians to enjoy a break with their families during the school holidays.

“Travelers are urged to get in quick so they don’t miss out on amazing deals – especially during the school holidays.”

Sale ends at midnight on Saturday 8th June.

Other discounted routes include Melbourne-Gold Coast from $79, Melbourne-Hobart from $79, Sydney-Brisbane from $79, Melbourne-Adelaide from $85, Sydney-Melbourne from $89, Brisbane-Hamilton Island from $109, Adelaide- Gold Coast from $109 and Adelaide-Darwin from $139.

All sale prices mentioned above are one-way Economy Lite tickets which include hand luggage and checked luggage costs extra.

This isn’t the only sale Virgin Australia is running this week.

To celebrate the launch of new services between Melbourne and Uluru and Brisbane and Uluru, the airline has dropped a sale on tickets to Uluru from $119 one-way, which is now also available until midnight on Saturday.

Virgin Australia CEO Jayne Hrdlicka described the sale as “incredible value”.

“Thanks to our wonderful partnership with some of the world’s leading airlines, including Qatar Airways, Singapore Airlines and United Airlines, we will now connect Uluru to more than 600 cities around the world with a single plane ticket, opening a new gateway for international tourists. to explore Australia’s iconic Red Centre,” she said.

The new flights have been launched in partnership with the Northern Territory Government and Voyages Indigenous Tourism, who operate Ayers Rock Resort.

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