$393 China flights in Qantas Sale for New Year’s

Alex Keshen 14 November 2016 NEWS


Arrive just in time for the Year of the Rooster.

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Fly to China just in time for Chinese New Year, with return fares starting at just $393.

These bargain-basement Qantas flights are available for tickets from Sydney for $393, Melbourne for $422, Brisbane for $427 and Adelaide for $445.

The year of the Rooster begins on 28 January, and these flights available for departures between 25-28 January and returns between 8-29 February.

Just a few events in Beijing this time of year include unrivaled Chinese fireworks display and temple fairs. If you’re looking to see more of China, this time of year is also when Harbin hosts it’s famous Ice Festival, complete with colourful ice sculptures and ice lanterns

These fares include 30kg of checked baggage, in-flight meals and drinks, entertainment and Qantas Frequent Flyer points.

They also come in at about $100 cheaper than flights from China Eastern, which doesn’t rank as highly by Skytrax, which ranked Qantas as the ninth-best airline in the world this year.

We’ve found that booking through I Want That Flight saves about $25 compared to booking directly with the airline.

From To Departure Dates Return Dates Price
Sydney Beijing 25 January 14, 15, 16, 17, 28 February $393
Melbourne Beijing 25, 26, 27, 28 January 8, 10 February $422
Brisbane Beijing 25 January 13, 14, 15, 16, 17 February $427
Adelaide Beijing 25 January 14, 15, 16, 17 February $455

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