Cheap Flights of the Week: Australia, Japan, UK

Stephanie Yip 7 July 2017 NEWS

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$49: One-way flights across Australia

Fly Tigerair when you book via Flight Centre.

Sample fares include Coffs Harbour to Sydney from $49, Brisbane to the Whitsunday Coast from $59 and Melbourne to Adelaide from $65. Fares are one-way only.

Checked baggage, meals and entertainment not included.

Dates: 1 August to 13 September 2017.

We love these flights because:

  • They're great for beating the holiday blues, with dates at the end of winter to warm Australian destinations.
  • 28 routes in total are on sale, so you can literally fly across most of Tigerair's network for less.
  • Many routes include weekend flights, so you don't have to take annual leave to have a cheap getaway.

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$690: Fly return to Japan

Fly Qantas when you book via Flight Finder.

Sample fares include Brisbane to Tokyo from $690, Melbourne to from $695, Adelaide to from $698 return and Sydney to Tokyo from $723. All are return fares.

Checked baggage, meals and entertainment are included.

Dates: October to November 2017 and April to May 2018.

We love these flights because:


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$1,430: Fly return to London over Christmas

Fly various airlines when you book via Flight Finder.

Sample fares include Melbourne to London from $1,430, Sydney to London from $1,543, Perth to London from $1,650 and Adelaide to London from $1,884. All are return fares.

Checked baggage, meals and entertainment are included. Weights and dimensions for checked luggage are dependent on the carrier flown.

Dates: December 2017 - January 2018.

We love these flights because:

  • They're currently the cheapest fares to London for Christmas and New Year's Eve.
  • At six-months out, they're affordable for the peak season they fly in.
  • London is magical over Christmas with street lights dressing the CBD's main shopping streets and the potential of snowfall in the air.

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