Qantas Are Doing Cheap Japan Flights, Again

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Good thing, I was just running out of burnt whisky caramel popcorn too.

The deals are available for flights to Osaka's Kansai airport, and the Haneda and Narita airports in Tokyo. You'll need to book by this Friday, and the cheap flights are only valid "for departures from Australia between Monday and Thursday". So factor that in when booking (and planning holidays).

One way flights start from $349 from Sydney and $369 to both Tokyo airports. If you're going from Melbourne to Tokyo, the cheapest flights will set you back around $358 at the time of writing.

If you're flying to Osaka, the flight deals are available between these times:

  • Mon 15 Jul 2019–Sat 3 Aug 2019
  • Thu 3 Oct 2019–Thu 31 Oct 2019
  • Sun 19 Jan 2020–Thu 5 Mar 2020
  • Sat 18 Apr 2020–Sat 2 May 2020
  • Tue 12 May 2020–Sun 31 May 2020

And if you're going to Tokyo's Haneda airport:

  • Tue 16 Jul 2019–Mon 29 Jul 2019
  • Mon 11 May 2020–Sun 31 May 2020

And Tokyo Narita:

  • Mon 15 Jul 2019–Fri 2 Aug 2019
  • Tue 1 Oct 2019–Tue 29 Oct 2019
  • Mon 20 Jan 2020–Mon 24 Feb 2020
  • Mon 11 May 2020–Sun 31 May 2020

You can search through all the deals available on the Qantas site here. For more info about what to do when you get there, here's some friendly advice.

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