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Qantas, Virgin And Jetstar Are Resuming Flights To Bali From March 2022


Qantas, Virgin And Jetstar Are Resuming Flights To Bali From March 2022

The government has been keeping a tight lip on when we can expect to be able to travel overseas.

The Prime Minister believes we should be able to go to select countries like the UK and US by Christmas time, which would be incredible if borders are thrown open by then.

Until an official date is revealed, it looks like airlines are gearing up for a return to other popular holiday destinations down the track.

Qantas, Jetstar and Virgin Australia have highlighted the March-April period for when they believe we'll be able to sun ourselves and drink Bintang beers in Bali.

Credit: Alamy
Credit: Alamy

Executive Traveller has noted that Qantas' flight schedule for 2022 shows Aussies could be flying from Sydney into Denpasar from March 27. Melbourne flights are expected to resume the following day (March 28).

Virgin Australia will be letting holidaymakers from Sydney, Melbourne and Brisbane fly to Bali from March 27.

While Jetstar is expected to resume flights from Sydney to Denpasar on April 1.


Qantas has listed Bali as one of the world's 'destinations that still have low vaccine rates and high levels of Covid infections' alongside places like Jakarta, Manila, Bangkok, Phuket, Ho Chi Minh City and Johannesburg.

The airline noted that this could have an impact on costs and the number of flights that leave each day.

In a memo issued in August, the flying kangaroo said: "Levels of travel demand - and therefore, capacity levels - will hinge largely on government decisions on alternative requirements to mandatory hotel isolation for fully vaccinated travellers."

Credit: Alamy
Credit: Alamy

In addition to Bali, Qantas is also expected to resume flights to Jakarta, Manila, Bangkok and Johannesburg on the same day as Denpasar next year.

Flights to Bali are now available to book through Qantas and will set you back a cheeky $800.

It will all depend on how the federal government approaches international travel as Australia slowly pulls itself out of the coronavirus pandemic.

New South Wales is pushing ahead with a high vaccination rate and will likely be one of the first states to call for borders to reopen for everyone.


News Corp reports we could have to go through a seven-day home quarantine when we return home from an overseas jaunt, instead of the mandatory hotel quarantine system that we have at the moment.

The government is fine tuning the details and will hopefully provide more detail soon.

Featured Image Credit: Alamy

Topics: Australia

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