Aviation

Jetstar celebrates its 18th birthday with massive sale

Jetstar’s birthday sale is back with over 400,000 ‘Return for Free’ fares on 59 domestic and 29 international routes including Bali, Phuket, Hawaii, Vietnam, Japan and Seoul.

Fares start from $69 on domestic routes and $199 on international routes, all with the return flight free.

To further celebrate its ‘coming-of-age’, Jetstar is also set to release a limited-edition range of birthday seltzers, featuring flavours inspired by some of Jetstar’s most popular holiday destinations – as voted by Jetstar customers – such as Bali, Queenstown, and the Gold Coast.

Jetstar’s range of birthday seltzers

The carefully crafted selection of Jetstar ‘destination inspired’ seltzers have been brewed in collaboration with Victorian-based Hop Nation Brewing Co with the aim of transporting people to their most loved destinations in a whole new way.

Sam Hambour, founder and general manager of Hop Nation said it was a privilege to partner with Jetstar to create delicious, one-of-a-kind seltzer tastes.

Jetstar’s 18th birthday sale runs for 48 hours, starting at 12.00am AEST Wednesday 4 May 2022 and ending at 11.59pm AEST Thursday 5 May 2022. Travel periods vary per route but include mid-July 2022 to late February 2023.

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



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