Auckland to Tokyo, Japan from $934 Return [Sep-Oct, Jan-Mar] on Japan Airlines & Malaysia Airlines via KL @ Beat That Flight


First it was Qantas in the $1200s, followed by China Southern from $1055. And now, with codeshare partners Japan Airlines and Malaysia Airlines, you can fly return to Tokyo from $934!

Airlines: Japan Airlines and Malaysia Airlines
Alliance: OneWorld
Dates: Sep-Oct, Jan to Mar
Via: Kuala Lumpur

Examples follow below. Also don't forget accommodation in Tokyo.

Auckland to Tokyo (2 Sep - 18 Oct) from $935 Return
Auckland to Tokyo (15 Jan - 14 Mar) from $934 Return

Auckland to Tokyo

Dates: 2 Sep 24 - 18 Oct 24

Auckland to Tokyo

Dates: 15 Jan 25 - 14 Mar 25

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  • JAL has fallen from grace these days, but it's still Japan's flag carrier. They still, however, must participate in price wars if they want to stay alive.

  • Wow this looks like a really good deal. Timing looks pretty good for Oct school hols..

    Question re booking via Gotogate (just went through and did a dummy booking) - do you really need to select seats or will they just put you on random seats? This is for a family of 4 - 2 adults, 2 children…

    • +1

      If you don't select, in theory the airline will just assign 'random', but there's still an algorithm to it - they'll try to seat families together, and it's a brave airline these days that would separate kids from parents…

  • @beatthatflight Anything for Japan for the start of November ?

    • +2

      I mean there are flights, but deals wise, not just yet. Keep an eye on our posts, when I see them I'll share :)

  • +1

    Thanks for posting and it’s a great deal. Flying one way to KL via Malaysia airline on the same day would cost almost $800. I was so tempted to buy it but two long flights (11 hours plus 8 hours) with only 3 hours transit time in KL would make the trip challenging. Wish there’s an option to stop over in KL for a day or two.

    • I got this deal for the upcoming school holidays (mid April). Booked it about 6 or so months ago. And now my wife is really not looking forward to the 20hr+ journey each way. So I feel you.

    • I know it's not quite as cheap as listed above but if you don't mind booking through an OTA it is possible to get close using Google Flights to construct the fare then click through.
      I found a cheap return fare first on a simple return AKL-NRT search before adding extra days in KUL.

      Hope this helps :)…

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