Fly to Spain from $791 return
All-inclusive flights for your spring fling in Barcelona.
Spain really could possibly have it all – sparkling oceans, snow-capped mountains, afternoon vinos with tapas, fresh seafood for dinner, colourful architecture and a rich, traditional culture.
The lowest fares are available flying from Sydney to Barcelona for $791 return. Flights from Melbourne and Brisbane are available for under $830 return.
You can also fly from Perth, Adelaide or Cairns for under $950 return and a handful of other Aussie cities.
The cheapest flights are for May to June and October to November, but you can also find some decent last-minute fares for April and flights for very select dates throughout the year. Check out our sample routes and fares below.
Air China is a full-service airline, so you’ll get checked baggage, in-flight entertainment and meals included in your fare.
There are some long layovers in Beijing, but you can take advantage of this by planning a day trip in advance. Check out one of our favourite private layover tours, which includes a walk on the Great Wall.
This sale is available until sold out and can be booked at these prices through Skyscanner.
How good are these fares?
Summer and winter are the busiest months of the year for Europe so these travel dates are ideal to avoid the crowds.
Flights to Barcelona on sale with Air China
|From||To||Return fare||Travel dates||Book|
|Sydney||Barcelona||$791||April to June||Book your Barcelona flight|
|Melbourne||Barcelona||$801||May to June, August to November||Book your Barcelona flight|
|Brisbane||Barcelona||$828||August||Book your Barcelona flight|
|Perth||Barcelona||$916||November||Book your Barcelona flight|
|Adelaide||Barcelona||$916||October to November||Book your Barcelona flight|
|Cairns||Barcelona||$942||September to October||Book your Barcelona flight|
|Gold Coast||Barcelona||$1,064||November||Book your Barcelona flight|
|Canberra||Barcelona||$1,068||May||Book your Barcelona flight|
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