Direct Flights to Tokyo, Japan Return from Brisbane $707, Sydney $708, Melbourne $711, Adelaide $736, Perth $763 Via Qantas

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Qantas is having a sale on flights to Tokyo, Japan. Travel in Nov/17 and late April to June/18. Flights are direct from Sydney, Melbourne and Brisbane.

Brisbane to Tokyo Flights $707 Return.

Sydney to Tokyo Flights $708 Return

Melbourne to Tokyo Flights $711 Return

Adelaide to Tokyo Flights $736 Return

Canberra to Tokyo Flights $736 Return

Perth to Tokyo Flights $763 Return.

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    can you upgrade these to business class with points?

    • +2 votes

      No, these book into the cheap fares that can't be upgraded for international flights. However if you have a domestic connection included, those flights can be upgraded with points.

  • +1 vote

    These special flight deals makes me think if I should hold out buying tickets overseas at end of year and wait for deals like these.

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      I would love to know as well, 4 of us flying to Japan in Aug next year… buy now… or wait for something better at Christmas (if it happens).

      i think the sweet spot for me is $600 - $650 per seat for a full fare airline (not the cheap ones)… love to know best time to buy.

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        Deals like these pop up whenever….
        Great for pack and go anytime people….Not good for famiky travels…..Too risky waiting.

        If rich, can go on a surprise trip every time these deals pop up

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          I've noticed good sales have in the past hit about april-june.

          Not full service but I bought return tickets to Japan last year on Jetstar for $368

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        Depends where you fly out of. We fly out of canberra so these prices match even Jetstar's return free fares by the time you factor in a flight to Sydney or goldcoast, seats, meals, entertainment etc. Plus Qantas go direct to Haneda now which is much closer. But my experience is based off traveling as a family.

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          Wish we have the same in Melbourne!
          Most of the flights I've found using the above link are MEL-NRT, HND-MEL or vice versa. Can't seem to find any Haneda-only flights….

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          @Dadidalol:

          The Skyliner to Ueno only takes 41 minutes from Narita and is quite comfortable. Well worth the $28.

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    Is there a link to the precise dates for Qantas to look at their website? The IWTF site is horrid

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    Since there are Osaka flights too, is it possible to fly into tokyo and out of osaka or vicevesa?

    • +3 votes

      Yep it's possible to book it like that.

      Just select Multi city on the Qantas site and you'll see the prices.

      I was able to find

      SYD - KIX (9 May 2018)

      NRT-MEL-SYD (18 May 2018) (add $6 for the direct flight from HND to SYD)

      $792

      The transfer via Melbourne is not only $6 cheaper but also earns more QF points and status credits.

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    This is a good price for a full-service airline

    We've just got back from Tokyo and paid over $1200 return on Thai for PER-BKK-HND (short notice, school holidays etc)

  • +1 vote

    Note that for $743 you can book MEL-NRT return with JAL, which a Japanese airline and I've been told it's better than Qantas (would be great if anyone can confirm)

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    Whilst these prices are great… given I just paid $380 return from Brisbane to Tokyo (via Cairns) I'm not going to jump on them.

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    Can I use qantas FF for any upgrade for Adl - Japan flights?

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      After booking I noticed I couldnt upgrade with points via Qantas site as base flight was super discounted or something like that

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    thanks..got 2 return for $1500 in late March so hopefully catch a part of cherry blossom. Not sure why but felt more 'safer' going through flightcentre so I got them to match the auntbetty price. (they own auntbetty so was no problem)