Cheap Flights of the Week: Japan, Asia, Europe

Posted: 24 August 2018 12:25 pm

Jump on these top flight deals now before they all run out!

$529 return: Flights to Japan

Catch flights to Sapporo or Tokyo on Philippine Airlines from $529 return during peak ski season.

Sample fares include: Melbourne to Sapporo from $529, Sydney to Sapporo from $549 and Melbourne to Tokyo from $549.

Fares are return and include checked baggage, meals and entertainment.

Travel dates: 16 July – 30 November 2018 (to Tokyo) and 1 October 2018 – 15 May 2019 (to Sapporo).
Sale ends: 9 September, unless sold out prior.

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$599: Qantas flights to Asia

Travel via the Flying Kangaroo, racking up Qantas Points along the way to Asia's top spots including Singapore, Phuket and Bangkok.

Sample flights include: Sydney to Bangkok from $599, Perth to Singapore from $599 and Sydney to Phuket from $699.

Fares are round trip and include checked luggage, meals and entertainment.

Travel dates: October 2018 – June 2019.
Sale ends: Midnight 25 August, unless sold out prior.

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$995: Full-service flights to Europe

Fly the world's best airline to Amsterdam, Copenhagen, Istanbul, Barcelona, Rome, Manchester, Paris or London from $995 return. Flights depart from all across Australia and when you book through Flight Centre you can also book holiday packages from $1,269 per person.

Flights are round trip and include checked luggage, meals and entertainment.

Travel dates: January – August 2019.
Sale ends: 12 September, unless sold out.

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We love these flights because:

  • Fly during peak summer dates on select June, July and August flights.
  • Last-minute school holiday dates (from 14 January) are available for a cheap family break.
  • Flights include a stopover in Singapore, which you can extend for a few days to have two holidays for the price of one.

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