Jet off to Japan with Qantas flights from $679 return
Tokyo or Osaka? Flight Centre has made it cheap to travel to both.
Sales fares to Japan come and go but if you're looking for all-inclusive goodness you can't look past Qantas. To help you get there and back in comfort and on the cheap, Flight Centre has flights to Tokyo and Osaka starting from just $679 return.
This fare is on trips from Brisbane, Melbourne or Sydney to Tokyo. For just a little bit more you can also fly into Osaka from $699 return, while fares from Adelaide and Canberra also start at $699.
Flights are for travel between 16 May and 20 June 2020 which means there are not a lot of dates on offer this time around.
You do have a decent amount of time to make these dates work for you, however. The sale ends on 28 August, plenty of time to get your leave and travel buddies sorted.
Don't leave it too late, though. Head over to Flight Centre to claim your seat before it's gone.
Check out Flight Centre's Japan flights sale
|Sydney||Osaka||17 May 2020 - 18 June 2020||$679||Book now|
|Melbourne||Tokyo||15 May 2020 - 19 June 2020||$679||Book now|
|Brisbane||Tokyo||16 May 2020 - 20 June 2020||$679||Book now|
|Sydney||Tokyo||16 May 2020 - 18 June 2020||$699||Book now|
|Melbourne||Osaka||17 May 2020 - 18 June 2020||$699||Book now|
|Brisbane||Osaka||17 May 2020 - 18 June 2020||$699||Book now|
|Adelaide||Osaka||17 May 2020 - 18 June 2020||$699||Book now|
|Adelaide||Tokyo||16 May 2020 - 20 June 2020||$699||Book now|
|Canberra||Osaka||17 May 2020 - 18 June 2020||$699||Book now|
|Canberra||Tokyo||16 May 2020 - 20 June 2020||$699||Book now|
|Perth||Tokyo||01 Feb 2020 - 31 Mar 2020||$819||Book now|
|Perth||Osaka||01 Feb 2020 - 31 Mar 2020||$855||Book now|
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