Snap up all-inclusive return flights from Sydney to China now on sale from $340

Stephanie Yip 3 May 2017

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Last-minute flights going for a steal with Hainan Airlines.

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

In the market for an exotic getaway where the weather's fine and the price is right? Then Hainan Airlines has the destination for you. In a last-minute push to fill seats on planes departing Sydney for Shanghai or Beijing, the 5-star all-inclusive carrier has slashed the cost of May and June tickets to $347 return.

Select flight dates include:

To Shanghai:

  • 9-19 May
  • 16-26 May
  • 20-29 May
  • 23 May-2 June
  • 30 May-9 June

To Beijing:

  • 9-18 May
  • 9-19 May
  • 16-25 May
  • 16-26 May
  • 20-29 May
  • 23 May-1 June
  • 23 May-2 June

These flights include a stopover in Changsha, in-flight meals, entertainment and checked luggage.

Book: This fare is being advertised on Secret Flying, but after doing some digging we found similar flights on I Want That Flight for $340 return. This matches the sale Hainan Airlines was previously offering to Beijing in February and is a good example of how low Sydney to China flights can get when discounted.

Being last-minute fares, tickets are available until sold out or until travel dates elapse.

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