Aviation

Jetstar launches whopping ‘1 Million Seat Sale’

Are your clients (or yourself, we won’t judge) looking for a cheap getaway? Well, Jetstar has just launched a blockbuster ‘1 Million Seat Sale’!

Yep, you guessed it – there are one million seats available for your clients to snap up in this sale.

The sale includes a huge variety of domestic and international destinations, with fares starting from as low as $31 one way (Melbourne (Avalon) to Adelaide).

Perhaps your clients have been looking for a tropical escape to Far North Queensland? If so, Cairns is the ultimate place to rest and revitalise with over 98 days of sunshine a year and the tranquil Daintree Rainforest at your fingertips. Jetstar has fares from $89 one way, Sydney to Cairns.

Got a wine buff you’re trying to impress? Busselton is the gateway to Margaret River Region and Jetstar can get travellers there from as low as $109 one way from Melbourne (Tullamarine) to Busselton Margaret River.

If your clients prefer flying Business Class,  this sale is the perfect chance for them to nab a great deal and take their international travel experience up a notch. Jetstar Business Class is available on selected routes and allows your readers to bring additional carry-on, experience premium dining and to recline their seat further whilst enjoying complimentary in-flight entertainment.

With travel dates falling between March 2020 to March 2021 there are over a million reasons for your readers to book their next getaway!

We’ve listed below the sale fares for your reference –

Jetstar’s 1 Million Seats Sale

The 1 Million Seat sale kicked off today and runs until 10th March 2020, unless sold out prior.

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