Qantas sale: Non-stop flights to Japan from $690 return

Stephanie Yip 7 July 2017

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Get to the action faster with super cheap direct flights with the flying kangaroo.

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There's been a slew of Tokyo-bound flights on sale lately, with Jetstar taking out the gold for the cheapest flights at $318 return and Philippine Airlines championing with fares for under $600 return during cherry blossom season.

Not to be outdone, Qantas has now joined in on the action with flights for under $700 return. While this does sound steep compared to the other two alternatives, the incentives could be worth the extra dollars. The perks of flying with Qantas include:

These sale fares are also available for travel between October and November 2017 and are available until sold out.

A breakdown of the cheapest fares per departure city is as follows:

  • Brisbane to Tokyo from $690 return
  • Melbourne to Tokyo from $695 return
  • Adelaide to Tokyo from $698 return
  • Canberra to Tokyo from $698 return
  • Sydney to Tokyo from $723 return

We found these flights on I Want That Flight. They're also available through Skyscanner, which you can search below.

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