Melbourne to Osaka, Japan from $505 Return (July to October) on Cebu Pacific @ FlightScout

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For a rough period price wise, this deal stands out. Cebu Pacific to Osaka, Japan from $505 Return.

From: MEL
TO Osaka (KIX)
Via: MNL (Manila)
Airline: Cebu Pacific
When: July to October

Comparison: Scoot is $616+ for similar periods, and others are substantially higher.

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Comments

  • +2 votes

    pretty good. jetstar from qld is $600+ and that doesnt include bags

    • +1 vote

      And meals.

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        yep. that being said the only good airline food is airasia and maybe singapore. and a 7 hour direct flight to japan is bloody ripper.

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          Cebu pacific is a budget airline, so no bags or food. This deal is a bit so so as we only had the Jal deal recently which was only over 100 more for a great full service airline.

          • +1 vote

            @Pcoder: Indeed, but can't always get that JAL one for the dates you want :/ That one was incredible.
            Air Asia (mentioned above) is also budget- you can get food, you just pay. And I'm in agreement, their onboard food is cheap and TOTALLY worth paying for (mmmm nasi goreng)

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    28 hours to Japan??

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    From: MEL
    TO Osaka (KIX)
    Airline: Cebu Pacific
    When: July to October

    Surely this is via Manila not direct? Should include this…

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    It's an okay price at $505 return, but Cebu is a budget carrier and you'll be in Manila for a super long time. There were deals with Japan Air and Qantas around the $650 mark for similar periods. Half of that difference would be made up by fees for checked luggage, I'd gladly pay the additional amount to have an in-flight meal, direct flight and QFF points.

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