Sale: Flights to Japan from $672 return during cherry blossom season

Stephanie Yip 28 February 2017

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Fly Air China to an array of Japanese destinations.

Sorry, this sale is no longer running. Check our list of current flight sales to find a bargain!

Chinese carrier Air China is known for its budget-friendly flights and at the moment they've got more than one destination on sale. In fact, there are three: Japan, Europe and USA.

Prices start from $672 return and all flights are for travel between 21 February and 22 June 2017. This is ideal time to see Japan's cherry blossoms in full bloom or warm up in Europe and USA after chilly winters.

Each destination has four different routes available during the sale.

If you're eyeing Japan, these routes are: Sydney to Tokyo, Sydney to Osaka, Melbourne to Fukuoka and Melbourne to Nagoya. Economy tickets start at $672 return, while business fares begin at $3332 return.

There are flights to Europe from $882 return on the following routes: Sydney to Paris, Sydney to Rome, Melbourne to Frankfurt and Melbourne to Milan. Business fares start from $4501 return. Although not part of this particular promotion, for those who like to travel off-the-beaten track in Europe, AirAsia has flights from Sydney or Melbourne to Minsk, the capital of Belarus.

Flights to the US start at $1,317 return. While not as noteworthy as other sales we've seen from American Airlines and United Airlines, they're still worth considering, given the destinations Air China is flying to, including New York, Los Angeles, San Francisco and Houston.

Air China's international fares include check-in luggage, in-flight entertainment and on-board meals.

You can browse these Air China routes and fares on I Want That Flight.

There's no set end date to this promotion and fares are available until sold out.

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