Save your flight money - and spend it on all the glorious food in Victoria!
On the back of Coronavirus pandemic, Qantas is set to offer travellers dirt-cheap airfares, via the airline's budget arm Jetstar.
According to Qantas boss Alan Joyce, travellers can expect to pay as little as $19 from Sydney to Melbourne route as low as $19 once COVID-19 travel restrictions ease.
“On Melbourne-Sydney you could see Jetstar have $39 airfares, you could see $19 airfares and we’ll still cover our cash costs on those flights," he said on May 5.
The Qantas boss also answered buring questions about it's upcoming "Project Sunrise" - the route initiative of flying non-stop to New York and London from Sydney. Sadly, the company will not be prioritising the idea amid the pandemic - particuarly becuase international travel dates are yet to be determined by the government.