Sale: All-inclusive flights to Canada $1,095 return

Stephanie Yip 17 May 2017

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Korean Air is on a roll with flights to Vancouver and Toronto going for a steal.

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

It's a rare sight when flights drop below $1,200 return from Australia's capital cities to two of Canada's most popular destinations, but Korean Air has the golden tickets that can take you there for less.

On sale with the 4-star, all-inclusive airline are flights from Brisbane to Vancouver from $1,095 and flights departing Sydney for Toronto from $1,200.

Flights from major Australian cities up for grabs include:

To Vancouver:

  • Departing Brisbane: $1,095 return
  • Departing Sydney: $1,133 return
  • Departing Melbourne: $1,245 return (flying China Eastern)

To Toronto:

Flights are for select travel dates ranging from 1 May 2017 all the way through to 31 March 2018. Unfortunately there are no sale flights during the school or Christmas holiday period, but with Air Canada's direct seasonal flights to Vancouver (from Melbourne only) taking off from 3 December this year, you won't be short on all-inclusive options to get you to Canada in time for a white Christmas.

Book: Browse and book these enviably cheap fares on I Want That Flight. They're part of the Korean Air World on Sale promotion, ending 31 May 2017.

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