Jetstar has been stimulating tourism growth as the airline marks 13 years of flying.
The airline has been offering 300,000 ‘Return for Free’ seats that have been available to 83 domestic and international destinations, whereby customers can book a return flight to popular holiday hotspots right across the network and fly home for free, paying only for the departing flight on a return trip.
Jetstar Group CEO, Jayne Hrdlicka said the sale was a fitting way to celebrate Jetstar’s short but incredible history of making travel more accessible.
“Since we first took to the skies in 2004, Jetstar has carried more than 200 million customers and grown to a network of around 85 destinations across the Asia Pacific, all the while being leaders in offering low fares,” she said.
“Last year alone, more than 22 million customers flew with us for under $100 – a true testament to the fact that we have proudly made travel more accessible for everyone.”
The promotion includes a range of domestic, trans-Tasman and international destinations for travel periods in July-December this year and January-March 2018.