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Tokyo is a city that can take any shape you like, from manic to peaceful, but always graceful and beautiful. It’s a place you must see first hand to believe.  For a very limited time, Air China is offering an amazing sale on flights to Tokyo – and we’ve got everything you need to know!

a street sign in a cityThe Deals

Air China are offering a rare business class flight sale to Tokyo, Seoul, Singapore, Bangkok and Hong Kong. You can venture to any destination for just €1268 round trip in business or €348 in economy. You can depart from Munich, Dusseldorf or Frankfurt. Each city is easy to reach from most of Europe using points or a cheap deal. €1268 is a fabulous deal for flat beds, lounges and pure comfort round trip. The economy deals are pretty incredible, too.

a city skyline with a body of waterThe Dates

These deals are available from 9th-15th of February 2018, March 16th-April 1st, May 1st to May 13th and July 1st to August 24th – all 2018. Not every date will be available, but the sooner you book, the more choices you’ll have. Paid business class deals do not go much lower.

a plane parked on the tarmacBooking

These deals MUST be booked at this link. These deals are not loaded into most sites. Just FYI, we get nothing out of this deal. It’s just an awesome deal. Simply head over to the Air China site, find dates that work within the range above and get to booking! Here are loyalty programs which may be great options for all the points you’ll earn.

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Gilbert Ott

Gilbert Ott is an ever curious traveler and one of the world's leading travel experts. His adventures take him all over the globe, often spanning over 200,000 miles a year and his travel exploits are regularly...

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