Fly North – Book Today!

If you feel you must leave our beautiful Freo for a bit, then consider these great offers!

The biggest regional flights deal in Western Australian history has been launched, with 50,000 affordable airfares between Perth and Broome, Kununurra and Exmouth on sale now.

Kununurra

The partnerships between the State Government, Virgin Australia and Qantas will deliver a vital economic boost to the northern WA tourism regions who were hardest hit by COVID-19.

The 2020-21 State Budget includes the McGowan Government’s $21.4 million Regional Aviation Recovery Program, which funds the affordable airfares to deliver flights to Broome from $199, Kununurra from $249, and Exmouth from $149.

The same discounts apply for travel from Broome, Kununurra or Exmouth to Perth, providing even better value for people travelling either way between the city and the northern destinations – benefiting both tourists and locals travelling for family visits or work.

The partnership with Virgin Australia will allow travellers to fly between Perth and Broome from $199 one-way between November 2, 2020 and October 30, 2021.

Virgin Australia’s Kununurra deal will offer flights from $249 one-way between March 29, 2021 and September 30, 2021, when purchased 21 days in advance.

Virgin Australia will also operate five flights per week to Kununurra between April and September 2021 on Boeing-737 aircraft, increasing capacity on the route by over 65 per cent.

The Qantas partnership includes special one-way fares between Perth and Exmouth from November 2020 for 12 months, priced at $149 one-way during low season (November 4-March 27) when booked 30 days in advance, and $169 during high season (March 28-October 30) when booked 45 days in advance.

Qantas operates daily services year-round between Perth and Exmouth, with additional flights during peak periods, using Airbus A320 and Fokker 100 jets.

The Virgin and Qantas special fares can be booked online or through travel agents, with tickets on sale now.

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