Japan flights from $707 return with Qantas

Andrew Munro 9 October 2017 NEWS

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Fly faster direct.

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

Get your direct Qantas flights to Japan, starting at $707 return for Brisbane to Tokyo, $708 return for Sydney to Tokyo and $711 return for Melbourne to Tokyo.

These are cheaper than most Qantas flights to Japan and might be well worth snagging if you want to fly direct, from Sydney, Melbourne and Brisbane.

Almost all available flight dates are coming right up in November 2017, but Sydney, Melbourne, Adelaide and Perth also have a smattering of options in February to April 2018.

All flights are with Qantas, except some of the Perth trips, which will take you across on Japan Airlines instead.

This is a last-minute flight sale and seats at these prices are only available until sold out.

We found them at these low prices on I Want That Flight where you can browse further into dates and routes.

Alternatively, look below for a full list of fares and how you can book them.

Flights to Tokyo

FromToPriceFlight datesAirlineBook
BrisbaneTokyo$707 returnNov 2017QantasBook flights to Japan at I Want That Flight
SydneyTokyo$708 returnNov 2017, Apr-Jun 2018QantasBook flights to Japan at I Want That Flight
MelbourneTokyo$711 returnNov 2017, Jul-Jun 2018QantasBook flights to Japan at I Want That Flight
AdelaideTokyo$736 returnNov 2017, Feb-May 2018QantasBook flights to Japan at I Want That Flight
CanberraTokyo$736 returnNov 2017QantasBook flights to Japan at I Want That Flight
PerthTokyo$763 returnNov 2017, Feb-Mar 2018Qantas, JALBook flights to Japan at I Want That Flight

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