Cheap airfares from Perth to European cities including Dublin, Athens and London are up for grabs.
Fly economy return from Perth to Dublin from $1200 or to Athens from $1230 with Qatar Airways’ European sale.
The sale runs until the end of May and includes return flights from Perth to Nice from $1340, London from $1385 and the Croatian capital of Zagreb from $1235.
Business-class fares are also on sale, with return fares from Perth to Dublin from $5800, to Athens from $5830, to Zagreb from $5835 and to Nice from $6100.
Other destinations include Manchester, Barcelona, Rome and Edinburgh.
Economy class fares shown for the sale cover low season departures from September 27 to November 30, 2017. Business Class fares shown are for departures from now until November 30, 2017.
The discounted airfares can be combined with free luxury hotel stays and complimentary transit visas in Doha offered by Qatar Tourism and the airline.
A free one-night stay in Doha is available at a selection of four and five-star hotels including the Four Seasons, Marriott Marquis, Radisson Blu and Oryx Rotana. A second night is available with a booking fee of $50.
The offer is available to all Qatar Airways passengers, in both premium and economy classes, throughout the northern summer.
- Book airfares at qatarairways.com.
- To book the free stopover, book your flight at qatarairways.com, select ‘multi-city’ and choose your hotel once you receive your flight confirmation.
- The online transit visa application is also free and is available for passengers in transit for between five and 96 hours.
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