What is the cheapest flight to Japan from New Zealand(return) you can find?

Question by Mark in Japan: What is the cheapest flight to Japan from New Zealand(return) you can find?
student okay, can buy two tickets, stop over in singapore/bankok preferable but not necessary
preferably december departure for two months
TO Japan, FROM New Zealand
I have found one that is $ 1389(nzd)

Best answer:

Answer by frenchfam3
$ 1,562
Leave Tokyo (NRT) Wednesday, Dec 05 11:00 / Arrive Auckland (AKL) Thursday, Dec 06 01:20

Leave Auckland (AKL) Wednesday, Feb 06 03:30/ Arrive Tokyo (NRT) Thursday, Feb 07 07:30

You’ll stop in Bangkok both going and returning.


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10 thoughts on “What is the cheapest flight to Japan from New Zealand(return) you can find?”

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    vast majority of the serious one get commission.

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  3. Well. This is outdated. It might have worked back in 2006 when you started
    this business. But today everyone can find cheap tickets at Kayak.com,
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    the search? Go or call your travel agency. They don’t charge you at all.

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  5. I put the money for the overtime at my job into vacation instead of getting
    payed. That way I get more leisure time when I need it and at the same time
    pay less tax. That combination suits me perfect.

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