Jetstar Launches Huge Beach Sale to Bali, Hawaii and Thailand
10th Feb 2017
What Australian doesn't love a bit of sun and a nice warm beach to relax on? Yet, despite having to choose between some amazing beaches such as Turquoise Bay, Wineglass Bay, Noosa Main Beach or Cable Beach, many Australians like to spend their summers overseas.
Whether it's a quest for seeing something new and having an adventure (while at the same time sipping on a nice tiki cocktail) or something else, more and more Australians choose to spend their summer holidays abroad.
To accommodate them, Jetstar has launched a huge Beach Sale to their favorite hot spots, including Bali, Hawaii and Thailand. So, if you're looking to grab some low fares and enjoy some of the most beautiful beaches on the world, you now know where to look.
Here are just some of the great one-way deals Jetstar is offering with this sale:
- Melbourne to Phuket, Thailand for $189
- Sydney to Bali for $219
- Sydney to Hawaii for $259
Or, if you still prefer a good old Australian beach, Jetstar also offers domestic fares starting at $45 to take you to Gold Coast from Sydney.
Travel periods are between March and November this year and fares are web-only and one-way. Checked baggage and meals are not included in the ticket price, so you'll have to pay for those extra, but it's worth it if you want a good holiday.
System Outage Messes with Jetstar Check-ins all around the Country
Meanwhile, Jetstar had to delay some of its flights Friday morning due to a nation-wide system outage for about an hour. The outage disrupted the carrier's check-ins all around Australia between 11:00 am and 12:00 am.
A spokesman for Jetstar said:
"We had a short outage with one of our systems which has now been restored. We've had some minor flight delays as a result and our teams are now getting customers moving to their destinations."
A Wellington Airport spokesperson said there had been a "country-wide issue with Jetstar" and that it "caused a bit of a backlog with customers sow we will probably expect some delays."
Jetstar should probably check its systems as this was a second outage the carrier had in this month.