Flight deal: All inclusive China return and hotel from $299

Andrew Munro 8 May 2017 NEWS

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With deals like these, Hainan Airlines knows how to satisfy its customers.

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Fly from Sydney and Melbourne to Beijing, Shanghai, Shenzhen and Nanjing with this deal. Hainan Airlines is highly regarded both in China and out, and it's easy to see why. This is an outstanding price for return flights, even compared to exceptional previous sales, but these deliver even more.

Not only is it all inclusive with baggage and meals, but if your stopover in Xian is longer than 6 hours you get a free overnight hotel, making it a nice win-win deal for you across all flight dates from the period of May to July.

Flights are coming right up, so this deal is designed to fill remaining seats and will run out when they're all gone. Head to I Want That Flight to pick your destinations and dates.

  • Melbourne to Nanjing - from $299 return.
  • Sydney to Nanjing - from $312 return.
  • Sydney to Shenzhen - from $322 return.
  • Melbourne to Beijing - from $327 return.
  • Sydney to Beijing - from $340 return.
  • Melbourne to Shanghai - from $327 return.
  • Sydney to Shanghai - from $359 return.

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