Rex, Jetstar and Virgin launch price war with flights as low as $30 between Melbourne and Sydney

An enormous flight sale has dropped the price of a one-way ticket between Sydney and Melbourne, with fares as low as $30
A price war over low-cost flights has simply intensified with Jetstar revealing it is going to supply 1000’s of discounted home tickets.

The low-budget arm of the Qantas group is providing fares as low as $30 for flights between Melbourne and Sydney.

It follows related strikes by rivals Regional Express and Virgin Australia, which unveiled $39 flights between Melbourne (Tullamarine) and Sydney on Monday.
The price war was initially sparked by Rex, which revealed the sale first to spice up journey numbers on the foremost route.

Jetstar’s fares can be found till the tip of August, whereas nation provider Rex’s one-way $39 flights can be found till August 28 and Virgin’s deal is legitimate until December 15.

Both carriers embody baggage, and Rex’s service will supply in-flight refreshments.
Deputy Rex chairman John Sharp mentioned the sale would increase vacationer numbers between the 2 main cities, which missed out on the federal authorities’s discounted tickets measure designed to stimulate the journey business.

“Peak tourism bodies reported yesterday that flagship stimulus programs from state and

federal governments have not benefited Melbourne and Sydney,” Mr Sharp mentioned.

“I believe this initiative will single-handedly revive a moribund travel and hospitality industry


in the two cities.”

Mr Sharp famous Virgin Australia, Qantas and Jetstar had been prone to play “copycat” and additionally scale back fares on these routes.
Our trustworthy costs additionally embody our trustworthy practices. We are the one main airline that

has totally refunded all flights disrupted by COVID with out resorting to disingenuous

delaying techniques,” he mentioned.

The Rex figurehead additionally slammed Qantas over its COVID-19 refund coverage, saying the airline has greater than $5bn value of tickets ready to be refunded.

“All the other major airlines simply do not have the cash to refund all the tickets that are

entitled for a refund,” Mr Sharp mentioned.
antas, for instance, has over $5bn value of tickets on their books, most of that are due for a refund, and its unencumbered money is a tiny fraction of that.”

Virgin mentioned the fares embody baggage, seat choice and standing factors.

“Virgin Australia is committed to providing travellers with some of the most competitive airfares in the market and our record low $39 flights between Sydney and Melbourne is just one example of how irresistible it is to fly with Virgin Australia,” the corporate mentioned in a press release.


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