HomeFootballAFLQantas launches footy fare sale but Carlton fans miss out

Qantas launches footy fare sale but Carlton fans miss out

Carlton fans are being slugged up to $1647 for a one way flight to Brisbane, sparking calls for Richard Goyder — who chairs both the AFL and Qantas — to intervene.

AFL: Carlton have stolen one of the most memorable semi-final wins in history, with Blake Acres the hero of the two-point victory over Melbourne at the MCG.

Qantas on Monday cashed in on Carlton’s first preliminary final in 23 years, with the cheapest direct flight from Melbourne to Brisbane on Saturday to arrive in time to see the Blues play the Lions priced at $1647.

The cheapest way Blues fans logging in Monday morning could get to Brisbane for the game was to fly via Newcastle for $507 in a journey of five hours and 45 minutes.

They could otherwise fly via Adelaide ($696) or Sydney ($760), still needing to shell out for return fares.

Blues fans face paying inflated prices to fly to Brisbane on Saturday….

Read the Full News at www.heraldsun.com.au
Explore More AFL News at SportyJones.com

Neuro Admin
Neuro Adminhttps://sportyjones.com/
I'm Adam Smith, your go-to sports aficionado from the land down under. My heart beats for cricket, rugby, and Aussie Rules footy. With over a decade in sports writing, I bring you the inside scoop on all things sports at SportyJones.com. Let's dive into the action!
RELATED ARTICLES
- Advertisment -

Most Popular