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Fly Philippine Airlines to Japan from $499 return

Andrew Munro 21 March 2017

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Going to Japan? Fly cheaper with Philippine Airlines.

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

Fly to Japan with Philippine Airlines from $499. Unlike other budget carriers, Philippine Airlines sells full service tickets, so your airfares include luggage and meals.Instead, most flights go through Manila or Darwin to keep prices down, but because Aussies don't need a visa to see the country it can be a great opportunity for sight-seeing.

If you want to get there sooner, you can pick a route that doesn't go through Manila.

Flight dates are from June to November and seats are available while they last.

We found these deals through Scott's Cheap Flights and you can make bookings online here, through I Want That Flight.

Fly to Fukoka from..

  • Brisbane: $508
  • Darwin: $506
  • Melbourne: $499
  • Sydney: $512

Nagoya from...

  • Brisbane: $526
  • Darwin: $525
  • Melbourne: $517
  • Sydney: $530

Osaka from...

  • Brisbane: $532
  • Darwin: $530
  • Melbourne: $523
  • Sydney: $536

Tokyo from...

  • Brisbane: $527
  • Darwin: $525
  • Melbourne: $518
  • Sydney: $531

These fares aren't part of any particular sale and are available until sold out.

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