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2016
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December
Toronto to Tokyo, Japan - $585 to $650 CAD roundtrip including taxes

Tokyo, Japan

United Airlines and ANA have dropped the price of their flights from Toronto to Tokyo, Japan down to between $585 and $650 CAD roundtrip including taxes.

The flights have 1 stop each way.

Availability for travel

January to May 2017

How to find and book this deal

1. Try this Google Flights search...

Google Flights: Toronto to Tokyo, Japan

Click on the departure date box to open up the calendar view and look for other cheap date combinations.

2. Go to Momondo or Skyscanner

3. Search for a flight from Toronto to Tokyo, Japan (TYO)

Use the same dates you found on Google Flights.

screenshot from Momondo.ca



screenshot from Skyscanner



Booking the flights where you fly from Toronto to Tokyo using ANA (All Nippon Airways) both ways

The flights where you fly with ANA (very good airline) both ways in the price range of $500s/$600s CAD roundtrip including taxes are the most desirable flights of this deal. They're only available on certain dates though.

There's quite a few more date options if you only fly with ANA in one direction, and United in the other, or United both ways.

For the flights with ANA in both directions, try this...

1. Go to FlightHub or Momondo

2. Search for a flight from Toronto to Tokyo, Japan (TYO)

Try one of the following date combinations:

Feb 15 to Feb 27 -- $585 on Momondo, $588 on FlightHub
Feb 16 to Feb 27 -- $588 on FlightHub
Mar 1 to Mar 10 -- $662 on Momondo (JAL on the way there)
Apr 5 to Apr 14, 15 -- $617 on Momondo
Apr 11, 12 to Apr 20 -- $588 on FlightHub, page 5, 22 hour Chicago layover
Apr 12 to Apr 21 -- $615 on Momondo
Apr 18, 19, 20 to Apr 27 -- $668 on Momondo, $671 on FlightHub
Apr 25 or 26 to May 6 -- $617 on Momondo, $620 on FlightHub

On the FlightHub search results, you may need to scroll down quite a ways to find the flights with ANA in both directions. Their airline filter doesn't work 100% properly. If you filter it down to only show ANA flights, it still shows the United flights in one of the directions.

A note about some of the booking sites involved

As you've probably noticed, when you get to Momondo or Skyscanner, sometimes the booking site showing the cheapest price for this deal is ExploreTrip. They're definitely one of the lower quality booking sites out there, and not normally one I would recommend, if a higher ranked booking site were showing this price.

However, I can tell you that with a very similar deal that came out from Vancouver last month, ExploreTrip issued these tickets just fine.

With previous deals that I've seen from ANA or United over the years, as long as the third party booking site is able to get the 13 digit ticket # issued, that's all that really matters, as this means your ticket has been issued by the airline. You can use this ticket # to check your reservation directly on the airline's website. Your reservation is just as solid as though you booked with the airline itself.

Where the quality of the booking site comes into play is in terms of customer support, should you need any help with your booking somewhere down the line (modifying, cancelling, etc). Airlines don't offer customer support when you book through a third party site. So you would be at the mercy of ExploreTrip's support for help.

Update 12/29 - Delta has now dropped the price of their flights from Toronto to Tokyo, Japan (HND) down to $604 CAD roundtrip including taxes. Flights from January to June 2017 are available.

The flights have 1 stop each way.

1. Try this Google Flights search...

Google Flights: Toronto to Tokyo, Japan

Click on the departure date box to open up the calendar view and browse for cheap date combinations.

June 6 to June 20 is an example of the furthest away dates for this price.

2. Select your flights and click through to the Delta website for booking.

Delta offers a complete refund for cancellations (up until midnight the day after the booking is made), giving you a bit of time to decide.

screenshot from Delta.com



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