Take off to Tokyo for $575 return with Philippine Airlines

Stephanie Yip 8 May 2017


All-inclusive flights from Melbourne, Sydney, Darwin and Brisbane to the land of the rising sun.

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Jetstar might currently be offering cheap flights to Japan but for bargain luxury fares, you shouldn't look past Philippine Airlines. Right now, the all-inclusive 3-star airline has flights to Tokyo from major Australian cities from $575 return.

These discounted fares are for travel from May to September, which is the country's late-spring, summer and early-autumn period. This includes the country's wettest months (June-August) but also includes some of its most pleasant months (May and September) when the weather is warm and the crowds are thin.

Starting prices per city are:

  • Melbourne to Tokyo: $575 return
  • Sydney to Tokyo: $578 return
  • Darwin to Tokyo: $582 return
  • Brisbane to Tokyo: $584 return

Book: You can search for flights and book cheap tickets to Tokyo with Philippine Airlines via I Want That Flight.

These flights are available until sold out.

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