*see UPDATE below* Only today 10th of November 2014 you can book very attractive open-jaw flighs to Australia from Europe based on premium service of Qatar Airways. (one of few five-star airlines according to Skytrax). Open-jaw tickets to Perth or Melbourne when departing from Warsaw, Milan or Brussels and returning to main airports in Germany are now available from €681!
*UPDATE* – Althought the global sale of Qatar Airways is gone there are still available attractive flights to Australia based on their premium transport. To book the cheapest flighs to Australia please look for open-jaw tickets. You would have to depart from various cities in Italy (Rome, Milan, Venice) and return back to Germany (Frankfurt, Munich, Berlin). Look for flights either to Perth or Melbourne. For a bit higher fare you can also depart from Spain or Brussels. The cheapest flights are now available for slightly over €700 which is still an amazing deal considering the premium service onboard provided by Qatar Airways and with just one layover in Doha.
If you are in this interesting deal with Qatar Airways you better hurry up with the booking as limited travel options are available and booking is possible only today. Please refer to booking samples below in this entry. If you need to check your connection options please use Skyscanner giving you quickly an ideal what your possibilities are..
Brussels – Australia (Perth/Melbourne) – Germany for €719 (+€22 booking fee)
Promotional deal of Qatar Airways is valid for flights in travel period till 15th of June 2015. Except following blackout periods: not permitted 17th of December through 23rd of December 2014 or 2nd of january through 11th of January or 26th of March through 2nd of April or 6th of April through 13th of April 2015. Booking only today 10th of November 2014!
Booking sample of cheap open jaw flights to Australia from Europe for €681. In this case you would be departing from Warsaw to Perth on 5th of May. Your return flights from Australia back to Germany (Munich) would take place on 21st of May 2015.