Qantas has launched a massive sale on flights to Bali from five major cities, with return trips starting from $639.
Aussies looking to head to the Indonesian paradise from Sydney, Melbourne, Brisbane, Adelaide and Canberra can score discounted flights during the one-week sale, running through to next Thursday, December 14.
The sale fares are available for periods between January and June next year with the cheapest ticket available at $639 for an economy return flight.
Customers willing to spend a bit more cash could splurge on business class with tickets from $2,449.
All Qantas airfares include checked baggage, complimentary food and beverages, and seat selection.
Meanwhile, the Australian Government has issued a stern warning to Australians heading to Bali to be on their best behaviour.
Qantas has launched a one-week sale on flights from five major cities to Bali with prices starting at $639 return
This week Qantas also launched its Christmas sale and unveiled its two festive-themed planes (pictured, Dasher-8)
This year the Indonesian Government cracked down on tourists heading to the small tourist island.
It introduced an official tourist dos and don’ts list, a hotline for anyone to report misbehaving travellers and a special task force to monitor foreigners.
Next year Indonesia will also introduce a ‘tourist tax’.
‘The main problem regarding foreigners in Bali is the large number of foreign tourists with low spending who often make trouble,’ Indonesia’s Director General of Immigration Silmy Karim said in August.
‘Because Bali is included in the category of cheap tourist destinations so it attracts thin-pocketed tourists.
‘We hope that with the formation of the Bali Becik Task Force, the level of violations of laws by foreigners in Bali will decrease.’
Qantas’ Bali sale follows the airline’s Christmas sale which started on Tuesday.
More than 40 discounted routes were available for under $150 with economy fares starting from just $109 for a one-way flight.
The Christmas sale ends next Tuesday, December 12.
Qantas also recently unveiled its two new Christmas-themed planes, QantasLink’s Q400 ‘Dasher-8’ and 737 ‘Roo-dolph’.
The two planes will fly across Australia’s domestic and regional network until the end of December.
The sale on Bali airfares from Sydney, Melbourne, Brisbane, Adelaide and Canberra will run through to next Thursday
Passengers onboard the special flights will also receive double frequent flyer points.
December has also seen Qantas’ ‘wine time’ change from 4pm to midday for the first time in the company’s history.
The change means domestic customers travelling in economy will be able to enjoy a complimentary Australian wine or beer with lunch and afternoon snacks.