Australia’s skyhigh domestic airfares set to plummet

Australia’s sky-high domestic transcontinental airfares are set to crash by more than 70 per cent after the school holidays that end on Monday, April 25.

Airline capacity shortfalls and school holidays have combined to create the perfect hip pocket storm for last-minute travellers with some one-way fares over $1000 to cross the country for the next two weeks.

But from April 26 fares with Qantas and Virgin Australia from Perth plummet to $259 to Sydney, $269 to Melbourne and $229 to Adelaide.

In May Jetstar has lead-in one-way Perth to Adelaide fares at $137 and Sydney and Melbourne at $181.

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Source:: AirlineRatings.Com

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