Virgin Australia has slashed prices on flights to Queensland to celebrate that state's borders reopening.
Queensland will allow visitors from other states, except for Victoria, from Friday for the first time since Covid-19 isolation measures took place.
In response, Virgin Australia has discounted 500,000 seats flying to the Sunshine State for a wide window between August 5 and March 31.
Here is a list of the best fares:
Sydney to Gold Coast from $85
Sydney to Brisbane from $89
Brisbane to Newcastle from $89
Brisbane to Whitsunday Coast from $89
Brisbane to Sydney from $99
Brisbane to Hamilton Island from $115
Adelaide to Gold Coast from $129
Sydney to Cairns from $139
Perth to Brisbane from $199
The 'Good to Go' sale is operating in conjunction with Tourism Events Queensland, and will run until midnight Tuesday.
"Queensland is a very important market to Virgin Australia and we’re delighted to be able to fly travellers back to the Sunshine State," said Virgin Australia chief commercial officer John Macleod.
"Our Good to Go sale will help to reboot the Queensland tourism industry."
Virgin Australia went into voluntary administration during the Covid-19 crisis and is now in the process of a sale to US private equity group Bain Capital.
The airline is still running as a full-service carrier, meaning the fares include checked luggage, food and entertainment.
To provide confidence during times of uncertainty, change fees are waived for departure dates before September 30.
Virgin's sale differs from Qantas' campaign last week that saw only departures up to the end of October discounted.
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