Jetstar has announced cut-price airfares and Qantas would provide additional points for frequent flyers to make it easier for Australians to fly as restrictions on coronavirus.
Jetstar provides 10,000 one way fares on 22 routes for $19 including Melbourne to Sydney, Sydney to Gold Coast, Melbourne to Ballina, Brisbane to Whitsunday Coast and Adelaide to Cairns.
They also discounted other routes, but not to the same extent.
As part of a program to reboot domestic air travel, Qantas provides triple points for frequent flyers on all routes.
Both airlines’ customers will also be given more flexibility to change fight dates without having to hit with fees.
Alan Joyce, Chief Executive of Qantas Group, said that nearly 400,000 seats had been sold over the past two weeks on Qantas and Jetstar’s domestic networks after opening some state borders.
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