Airline Qantas Air will pay for the passport fee

Airline Qantas Air will pay for the passport fee

If you’ve always wanted to visit Australia, now is the time to do it. Thanks to promotions from airlines Qantas Air you can kill two birds with one stone: to visit the greenest continent on the planet and save on passport fees.

From 19 October to 28 November, the Australian carrier will yield $135 for all customers purchasing tickets in 38 cities, including Melbourne, Sydney, Devonport, Canberra and Charleville. The discount covers the cost of renewal of a passport.

Airline Qantas Air will pay for the passport fee

In order to use the offer, just enter promo code PASSPORT when buying a ticket through a form on the website. The airline will check whether you have a valid document at hand, and whether to spend a bonus on replacement.

The cost of flights depends on the class of ticket and point of origin and arrival. For example, to fly from Los Angeles to Melbourne and back can be paid from $1188 to $2648.

According to the state Department, to date, the size of the passport fee is $55 to $165. Updating the document in the form of a card will cost $55, in the form of books — $135, and both $165.

A valid passport you will need for any trips abroad, and residents of the States of Kentucky, Maine, Minnesota, Missouri, Montana, Oklahoma, Pennsylvania, South Carolina and Washington — even for flights within the country (relevant rule will come into force on 22 January 2018).

Recall that the passports issued at the age of 16 years are valid for 10 years and to 15 years — within 5 years.