Fly from Melbourne, Brisbane or Sydney to Madrid (Spain) from 798 AUD return on Air China and China Eastern Airlines. Travel in April to June 2019 (February to March 2019 for Brisbane departures) with bags and meals included.
Flights from Sydney and Melbourne are operated by Air China and involve layovers in Beijing, China – some of them long or overnight. Flights from Brisbane involve layovers in Shanghai, China – some of them long or overnight. As a bonus, Air China offers free hotels for overnight layovers in Beijing. Click here to find out more about the terms and conditions of this offer and how to redeem it. China Eastern Airlines offers free hotels for overnight layovers in Shanghai. Click here to find out more about the terms and conditions of this offer and how to redeem it. Australian passport holders transiting through China as part of a layover can enter the country without a visa; click here to find out more.
Business Class from 4098 AUD return
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Do you need lounge access before you fly? Purchase Priority Pass and get access to more than 1000 lounges around the world. For more information click here. If you are flying from Sydney or Brisbane you can choose option to get 36 AUD off from your bill in selected Airport restaurants.
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$798 Return Melbourne to Madrid Flights. Click Here for more travel dates.
$821 Return Brisbane to Madrid Flights. Click Here for more travel dates.
$828 Return Sydney to Madrid Flights. Click Here for more travel dates.
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Can I use my own dates? Yes – just click the link closest to your preferred dates and then change the dates once the search has completed.
These prices won’t last long. Usually a few days but sometimes much shorter. If you click the sample dates and the prices have gone up it unfortunately means the sale has ended.Share