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Avalon Airport Gold Coast flights to resume from January 2021

Gold Coast flights resume from Avalon Airport

Today Jetstar announced that from 2 January 2021 they will resume their hugely popular flights between Avalon and the Gold Coast.

The Avalon-Gold Coast flights will launch an exciting start to 2021. The fares will be available from $99 (one way) on

To celebrate, Avalon Airport CEO Justin Giddings has announced an extension on Avalon's $5 per day flat rate parking until the end of February 2021.

The four weekly services are scheduled for Mondays, Wednesdays, Thursdays and Saturdays.

Comments from Jetstar spokesperson:

We really look forward to resuming flights between Avalon and the Gold Coast and pending confirmation from the Queensland Government that it will open its borders to Victoria, our plan is to restart those services from the first of January.

We will begin by operating four weekly return services a week and will look to increase services based on demand.

This will mark the first time we have flown this route since March. We are excited to help more families and friends reconnect and help to boost local tourism in Geelong and the region during the school holidays.

Comments from Avalon Airport CEO Justin Giddings:

We are thrilled that Jetstar has announced the resumption of our Gold Coast flights from January 2021. This is a hugely popular route for our passengers, and the timing is perfect for summer holidays after such a difficult year. In fact a trip to the Gold Coast is a great way to celebrate the end of 2020.

Our airport experience will utilise touchless check-in and upgraded faster security screening.

With flights to the Gold Coast starting at just $99, flying at peak periods has never been more affordable. And to that point, in celebration of the announcement, we can announce the extension of our $5 a day car parking until the end of February.

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