JQ 787 Maroochydore (Sunshine Coast) to Sydney
Travellers between Sydney and the Sunshine Coast have the option of flying in and out of the Sunshine Coast Airport in Maroochydore or Brisbane Airport, which is about a 1.5 hours away. Jetstar Australia has three to four flights a day between Sydney and the Sunshine Coast. The other option is Virgin Airlines.
When flying between Maroochydore (Sunshine Coast) and Sydney, Jetstar has the edge when it comes to the number of flights a day and price (I usually find that Jetstar is a little cheaper than Virgin Airlines for flights on the same day). Here’s my review of Jetstar, Economy Class A320 JQ 787 Maroochydore (Sunshine Coast) to Sydney.
Jetstar Economy Class A320 JQ 787 Maroochydore (Sunshine Coast) to Sydney
Sunshine Coast Airport has a tropical feel. If you didn’t know better you might think you’re in Hawaii or the South Pacific. The airport has undergone an upgrade and there’s a decent salad bar, café, newsagent and other shops.
Boarding the Jetstar flight
The takeoff was smooth and as it was a sunny day I was pleased with my window seat.
As Jetstar is a budget airline, food is not included in the price of most tickets.
You can purchase hot and cold drinks, hot food, sandwiches, snacks and alcohol on board.
Expect to pay between A$6 and $8 for a meal. A bottle of water costs $3 and a small bottle of wine is $7.
The flight attendants were efficient but not the most friendly.
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The bottom line
Jetstar, Economy Class A320 review – JQ 787 Maroochydore (Sunshine Coast) to Sydney is a pleasant flight. With the number of flights between the two destinations, Jetstar is the most convenient and cost effective airline between these destinations.
Love travel but can’t bring yourself to pay for Business Class? While at the airport, there are airport lounges you can pay to access, such as Plaza Premium. Read this review of Plaza Premium Sydney Airport.