Drop everything! Flights to Helsinki are now down to $648 return

Posted: 11 May 2018 1:08 pm

This is not a drill. Repeat. This is not a drill.

Just in time to catch summer, Aunt Betty has dropped the mother of all Helsinki sales, and yes, you should be excited.

You'll be flying on two very well known carriers to get there: Japan Airlines and British Airways, with a stopover in Tokyo to change planes.

Flights start from $728 return between Melbourne and Helsinki when you run a "cheapest flights" search through Skyscanner. However, you can further drop that fare down to $648 with a sneaky hack.

The hack:

Aunt Betty is currently running a Mother's Day coupon code, which takes an extra $80 off Europe flights, bringing your grand total down to $648 return.

Flights take off in June, which is the start of the European summer and a great time to catch the midnight sun if you venture into the Arctic. Otherwise, you can use these flights as a gateway into Europe during one of its peak seasons.

Running another search through Skyscanner for cheap flights, we've found that you can also fly out of Sydney from $754 return, though this time you'll have to take off a little earlier in May and book with Jetabroad for the best price.

To find the best fare to Finland's capital, use the search box below. And if Aunt Betty just happens to be one of the cheapest options available, don't forget to input this code to shave an extra $80 off your flight.

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