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Spain flights are now available for only $798 return

Posted: 1 June 2018 12:08 pm
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All-inclusive flights for your escape to Barcelona.

Just a few years ago we could never imagine being able to score flights to Europe for less than $1,000. Now we’re seeing fares dropping below $800, like these flights to Spain for as little as $798 return.

Just in time to end the week, we’ve found this deal from Air China that will get you to Spain and back for a bargain from three Aussie cities.

The lowest fares are available flying from Sydney to Barcelona at $798 return with flights from Melbourne not too far behind at $809. You can also score discounted fares from Brisbane for $913 return.

Travel from all cities is for select dates in October and November.

Some legs have longer layovers in Shanghai so you can take the opportunity to explore two cities for the price of one or break up a long itinerary with a snooze in a hotel, thanks to the 72-hour visa-free stopover program available in China.

This sale is available until sold out so to book, head to Skyscanner to search for the best fares over your preferred dates.

How good are these fares?

We’ve seen flights get as low as $724 with Air China before but any fares under $900 return we think are a great deal. October is also an ideal time to visit this region as the weather is still comfortably in the low 20s and the summer crowds have dissipated.

Also, considering sale fares with airlines like Cathay Pacific are usually around the $1,000 mark, you’re still getting a steal for full-service flights.


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