Sale: Get flights to Beijing from $467 return on Qantas

Andrew Munro 21 August 2017

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Jump on this Qantas sale for one of the best deals around.

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

Fly to Beijing, China, in October - December 2017. All flights are on Qantas, and all are exceptionally cheap by any arline's standards, coming in only about $50 more expensive than some of the cheapest possible special occasion Chinese airline mega-sale deals.

Autumn is also a great times to visit, with thinner crowds and lower prices all around, although you might want to grab the earlier travel dates in October for warmer, but still brisk, weather.

Sample flights include Brisbane to Beijing for $475 return from October 27 to 10 November, Sydney to Beijing for $467 return from 25 October to 8 November, and Melbourne to Beijing for $470 return from $22 November to 6 December.

The Sydney flights are direct, while the others include a stopover. These deals are part of a limited Qantas China Sale, but there's no set end date because these will almost certainly disappear fast.

  • Sydney to Beijing from $467 return
  • Brisbane to Beijing from $470 return
  • Melbourne to Beijing from $470 return
  • Adelaide to Beijing from $507 return

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