AUSTRALIA’S new lost-cost carrier Bonza’s flights are on sale, starting from $49 per person one-way.
Bonza’s phased roll-out of flight releases sees travellers now able to book flights to 12 destinations on 15 routes.
AB’s first flight will be a Sunshine Coast-Proserpine service this Tuesday, with flights available to book up until late October.
Australians are being advised to book on the Fly Bonza application, or through the travel trade, with those who have already downloaded the app recommended to delete and reinstall the latest version in order to book.
“2023 is the Year for Allstralia,” Chief Commercial Officer Carly Povey declared, adding “with low-cost air travel to many holiday spots, some of which are relatively undiscovered, it’s time to see more of your own backyard for less.
“We promised choice and better connectivity to the regions for less and we’ve been beyond delighted with the support for our mission.
“We’re delighted to be delivering on our commitment to make air travel more accessible.”
Povey said the flights on sale with Bonza now are an indication of what’s here to stay.
“It’s important that Aussie travellers know we’re on sale, not having a sale,” she explained.
“We’re committed to low-cost fares which will in turn, stimulate new markets for Australia’s domestic tourism industry.
“We’re confident whenever customers choose to travel, all our fares and not just our starting fares will represent great value.”
Routes from Bonza’s second base at Melbourne are expected to go on sale in a matter of weeks.