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Sale: Flights to Japan from Australia down to $367 return on Jetstar

Posted: 21 July 2017 10:51 am
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If there's one airline we can always rely on to offer us cheap-as-chips flights to the land of the rising sun and back, it's Jetstar. Thanks to the budget airline's latest international sale, a holiday to Japan just got cheaper with fares starting from $367 return.

Admittedly, this isn't the lowest we've seen fares to Japan plummet on this carrier. Back in February, it took the digits down a notable notch to $249 return. However, these fares are the cheapest to Japan at this very moment and also include peak dates during the Japanese ski season, which lands between December and April.

Flights depart from numerous major Australian cities, including Sydney, Cairns, Brisbane, Melbourne and the Gold Coast, and fly into Tokyo or Osaka. Discounted fares are available for travel between 4 September 2017 and 26 April 2018, with blackout periods during the school holidays.

The cheapest route available is between Cairns and Tokyo or Osaka, which will cost you $199 each way when booked through the Jetstar website, or $367 return if you do a little searching and book through Flight Centre or Skyscanner.

Other sample fares include Sydney to Tokyo from $512 return, the Gold Coast to Tokyo from $513 return and Cairns to Osaka from $369 return.

Tickets can be booked through Flight Centre below and if you get to it today (Friday), you won't have to pay any booking fees.

Jetstar's Japan sale ends midnight 24 July unless seats sell out prior.

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