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International and Australian destinations on sale

Media alert

22 July 2014

PERFECT TIMING TO LOCK IN THAT WELL-DESERVED GETAWAY

This week Qantas is putting your favourite international hot spots on sale, making that get-away a reality.

Immerse yourself in culture with flights to Phuket, Chiang Mai or Krabi from just $999, or Bangkok from $1149 Economy return.

For a city experience like no other make your way to amazing Tokyo, with fares starting from just $1199 Economy return.

Check out the best destinations in the Americas; like LA from $1399, New York from $1849, Santiago from $1599 and Dallas from $1754 Economy return.

Qantas’ flights include all the frills so you can enjoy food, wine, in-flight entertainment and a generous baggage allowance, at no extra cost.

These great sale fares are only available until 11.59pm 4 August 2014, unless sold out prior. Selected departure dates, days & conditions apply. Other destinations plus Premium Economy & Business fares are also on sale. Some flights are operated by codeshare partners – see qantas.com for details.

Book now at qantas.com



Media alert

22 July 2014

LET QANTAS TAKE CARE OF YOUR AUSTRALIAN GETAWAY

Nobody knows Australia quite like Qantas and to celebrate Qantas is inviting you to enjoy the best of Australian destinations at great prices.

From 21-28 July 2014, you can book flights to experience popular Australian cities like Sydney, Melbourne, Brisbane from just $209, Cairns from $299, Adelaide from $289 and Perth from $429 Economy one way.

You’ll be spoiled for choice both once on arrival and on-board with entertainment, food and wine and a generous luggage allowance all included in your ticket price.

Sit back and relax and enjoy the journey with Qantas.

Select departure dates, days & conditions apply. Book now at qantas.com


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