Virgin launches large January flight sale with fares as little as $49

Virgin Australia has launched its first sale of the yr, providing half 1,000,000 fares for as little as $49.

In a transfer the airline hopes will encourage Australians to “commerce work conferences for holidays,” a whole lot of 1000’s of home and worldwide seats at the moment are on sale, for journey between January 29 and late November.

The most affordable flight is a one-way financial system lite journey from Sydney to Ballina (Byron Bay), which can set travellers again simply $49.

Internationally, return flights from Brisbane to Port Vila, Vanuatu, begin at $419; with flights from Sydney to Denpasar, Bali from $549.

Virgin Australia stated the sale was for the Aussies who wanted a “vacation after the vacations”.

The sale runs till 11.59pm January 22, and all sale fares embody frequent flyer factors and standing credit.

Home one-way fares on sale:

  • Sydney Ballina (Byron Bay) from $49
  • Melbourne Launceston from $59
  • Sydney Sunshine Coast from $69
  • Sydney Gold Coast from $79
  • Sydney Hobart from $85
  • Melbourne Adelaide from $99
  • Brisbane Cairns from $105
  • Canberra Gold Coast from $105
  • Sydney Brisbane from $109
  • Melbourne Canberra from $109
  • Melbourne Gold Coast from $109
  • Sydney Hamilton Island from $119
  • Brisbane Hobart from $125
  • Sydney Adelaide from $129
  • Sydney Cairns from $135
  • Brisbane Uluru from $139
  • Melbourne Hamilton Island from $139
  • Melbourne Uluru from $139
  • Melbourne Cairns from $145
  • Brisbane Darwin from $169
  • Perth Broome from $189
  • Melbourne Perth from $205

Worldwide return fares on sale:

  • Brisbane to Port Vila (Vanuatu) from $419
  • Sydney to Queenstown (New Zealand) from $435
  • Gold Coast to Denpasar (Bali) from $449
  • Brisbane to Queenstown from $499
  • Brisbane to Nadi (Fiji) from $499
  • Sydney to Denpasar from $549
  • Melbourne to Denpasar from $559
  • Brisbane to Apia (Samoa) from $589
  • Melbourne to Nadi from $589
  • Cairns to Haneda (Tokyo) from $679

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