Cheap Flights of the Week: Japan, UAE, China

Peter Terlato 31 March 2017

Dubai, UAE

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Tokyo, Japan

$348: Fly return to Japan

Fly Jetstar when you book via I Want That Flight.

Sample fares include Cairns to Tokyo from $348 return, Gold Coast from $461 return, Brisbane from $484 return, Melbourne from $527 return and Sydney from $540 return.

Checked baggage, meals and entertainment not included.

Dates: May-November 2017

We love these flights because:

  • October and November are ideal for autumn leaf spotting in the north and at higher elevations
  • A variety of weather conditions - typhoon season reaches its peak in August and September
  • These are cheaper fares than what AirAsia was offering passengers to Tokyo back in February

Dubai, UAE 2

$770: Fly return to UAE

Fly Royal Brunei when you book via I Want That Flight.

Sample fares include Melbourne to Dubai from $770 return, Adelaide to Dubai from $1,006 return and Brisbane to Dubai starting from $1,225 return.

Checked baggage, meals and entertainment are included.

Dates: April-June 2017

We love these flights because:

  • Dubai is the United Arab Emirates capital, known for shopping, architecture and lively nightlife
  • You'll fly Virgin Australia to Melbourne before hopping on the direct to Dubai Royal Brunei flights
  • Don't miss the record-breaking Burj Khalifa building and artificial archipelago, The Palm Jumeirah

Beijing, China

$283: Fly return to China

Fly Hainan Airlines when you book via I Want That Flight.

Sample fares include Melbourne to Beijing from $283 return, Sydney to Beijing from $298 return and Sydney to Shanghai from $298 return.

Checked baggage, meals and entertainment are included.

Dates: May-September 2017

We love these flights because:

  • The Chinese airline holds a 5-star SKYTRAX airline certification rating for product and service quality
  • Passengers with a stopover exceeding six hours get a free overnight stay for connections via Xi'an
  • Check out the grand Forbidden City complex, the imperial palace during the Ming and Qing dynasties

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