Take off to Japan on Tokyo flights from $597 return

Stephanie Yip 1 August 2017 NEWS

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Jetstar might not be running an international sale at the moment, but sale prices are still keen.

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

Two weeks ago Jetstar released its last international sale which saw flights to Japan drop down to $367 return.

While that sale is done and dusted, another one has snuck its way back in with flights from $597 return when departing from Cairns.

To be fair, these aren't nearly as cheap as two weeks ago, but with flight dates between 19 February and 19 March 2018, they are during peak snow season so are worth looking at if powder is what you're chasing.

Flying for another city? You're in luck because Singapore Airlines also has a sale on Tokyo flights from major cities including Melbourne, Brisbane and Perth. On this full-service carrier you can enjoy checked-baggage, in-flight entertainment and on-board meals on tickets that cost as little as $722 return. For all that added luxury as well as the chance to rack up Singapore Airlines Krisflyer rewards points as well.

Sample fares in the Singapore Airlines sale include: Perth to Tokyo from $722 return, Canberra to Tokyo from $786 return, Hobart to Tokyo from $813 return, Gold Coast to Singapore from $840 return and Darwin to Tokyo from $923 return. Flights are on similar dates between February and March 2018 for departures from Perth, Canberra and Gold Coast. Flights from Hobart and Darwin are for travel between October and November 2017.

Both sales are available until seats sell out and being high-season, it's likely dates will disappear fast. If you're afraid of missing out, bookings can be made simply and easily online through Flight Centre here.

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