Not In Town News | @notintownlive | 18 Jun 2018
Sydney: If you are planning a holiday in Australia from India, then this is the time as the air-tickets are available at unbeatable prices.
The travelers can experience beautiful beaches, natural beauty, wildlife and several other offerings of nature in the Oz with eight-odd airlines offering cheap fares.
The travelers can also watch their favourite Indian and Australian cricketers playing on field if they travel between November 2018 and January 2019.
Air Asia is offering air tickets at Rs. 35,200 while Air India brings the joy of travel at Rs. 55,000.
Jet Airways is offering air tickets at Rs. 46,550.
Malaysia Airlines, Qantas and Scoot have priced their tickets Rs. 37,200, Rs. 45,900 and Rs. 21, 600 respectively.
Singapore Airlines and Thai are offering journeys at Rs. 46,000 and Rs. 44,200 respectively.
All the prices are for single person.
But in an added benefits for the travelers, a cashback option is also available.
If one book through ezeego, goibibo, bookmytrip or yatra, he can get cashback too.
You can get more details at the official tourism website of Australia:
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Dubai: Travel is expected to reach an all-time high in the upcoming weeks for Emirates, as the airline expects yet another busy period with travellers flocking into Dubai after the summer holidays and Eid breaks.
New Delhi: In a move to support aviation bodies to revamp airport infrastructure at Delhi and Mumbai, IndiGo, India’s leading airline, will shift a part of its domestic operations to terminal 3 of Indira Gandhi International Airport in Delhi and Terminal 2 of Chhatrapati Shivaji International Airport from Sept 5, 2019.
Hong Kong: Amid row over some Cathay Pacific employees' involvement in the Hong Kong protest, airline CEO Rupert Hogg resigned on Friday, media report said.