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China flights from $499 return on Qantas

Posted: 20 December 2017 10:46 am


Full service flights don't get much cheaper than this.

Calling all Qantas fanatics. The flying kangaroo is taking off to the capital of China, Beijing on return fares under $500.

Now that's something to brag about.

These hot fares are on offer via STA Travel and are a mixture of student/youth fares and full-price fares. We're going to break it to you quickly, the $499 return fares are student/youth fares departing Melbourne.

If you're ineligible for this discounted price, don't despair, you'll only have to shell out an extra $10 (what's a tenner, right?) to catch the same flight. Phew!

Other fares available to all, no matter your age or employment status include Brisbane to Beijing from $559, Sydney to Beijing from $589 and Adelaide to Beijing from $589 return.

Travel is available between 14 January and 26 September 2018.

How good are these fares?

When on sale, Qantas flights to Beijing have ranged between $467 return and $538 return over the past couple of months, so while these aren't the cheapest fares we've seen lately, they're certainly still value for money.

The sale ends 3 January 2018 unless sold out prior.

Flights can be booked through STA Travel.

Flights to China on sale with Qantas:

Travel dates
Return fare
MelbourneBeijing15 January - 26 September 2018$499 (student), $519 (full)Book your flight to China
SydneyBeijing15 January - 26 September 2018$539 (student) / $589 (full)Book your flight to China
BrisbaneBeijing15 January - 26 September 2018$539 (student) / $559 (full)Book your flight to China
AdelaideBeijing15 January - 26 September 2018$569 (student) / $589 (full)Book your flight to China

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