Beijing flights from $534 return with Qantas

Andrew Munro 11 October 2017 NEWS

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Hop on over to China.

Sorry, this sale is no longer running. Check our list of current flight sales to find a bargain!

Qantas is running a sale on flights to Beijing. Fares start at $534 for Sydney to Beijing direct and $536 for Melbourne to Beijing, and all flights are under $600 round trip.

You'll occasionally find cheaper deals with budget airlines, but are going to be very hard pressed to do better than this with Qantas. These prices are about on par with very limited last minute seat sales, so for a more reliable booking it's pretty fantastic.

Flights are for select dates in March, April and May 2018, so it's going to be spring in Beijing when you arrive. You're off peak and in decent weather no matter when, but can still try picking up flights closer to March for less crowds and lower prices, or closer to May if you want warmer weather.

To pick out your dates and make your bookings, just nominate your route below and head over to I Want That Flight for a cheap trip to China.

There's no set end date for this deal, but it probably won't last long.

Flights to China

FromToTravel datesPriceBook
SydneyBeijingMarch - May 2018$534 returnBook your flight to China
MelbourneBeijingMarch - April 2018$536 returnBook your flight to China
BrisbaneBeijingMarch - May 2018$539 returnBook your flight to China
AdelaideBeijingMarch - Apr 2018$574 returnBook your flight to China

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