Sale: Round trip from Sydney to Beijing from $340

Andrew Munro 21 February 2017

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Do China properly without spending more than you need to.

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Hainan Airlines welcomes you to China with a limited time offer, letting you fly from Sydney to Beijing starting from only $340 until the end of May.

Flights go through Changsha, and you can get these prices as long as you return any time before the end of May. Whether you're staying in China for a week or a month, this offer delivers some of the cheapest flights around with a reputable airline.

Exceptional prices and cool, comfortable weather of spring mean now might be the right time to make your trip to China. On the other hand, business travellers might want to start looking at Hainan Airlines for another way to travel.

On top of this cheap Sydney route, you can also fly Hainan to Melbourne before the end of May from $363 return.

Book online with Skiddoo to take advantage of this deal and earn more frequent flyer points.

About Hainan Airlines

Hainan Airlines has been operating for more than 25 years, and is the largest civilian run airline in China in terms of fleet size. With a focus on luxury in the air, high quality in-flight meals and a range of entertainment options, Hainan Airlines is a popular option for flying to and from China from almost anywhere in the world.

Stops in Changsha

This deal flies to Beijing with a stop in Changsha, giving you the dual advantages of visiting China's capital as well as one of China's most famous historical cities, boasting museums, galleries, natural wonders and other attractions to rival anywhere else in the country. With so much to do, you might not want to spend too long hanging out in the airport lounge. If you're flying out of Sydney and want to do China properly, this deal can help you cut down on the costs while giving you the flexibility of being able to stay until the end of May.

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