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Top tips for finding cheap flights to Japan
- Looking for cheap airfare to Japan? 25% of our users found return tickets to Japan for the following prices or less: From Mumbai Chhatrapati Shivaji ₹ 31,711
- Book at least 4 weeks before departure in order to get a below-average price.
- High season is considered to be March, April and May. The cheapest month to fly to Japan is March.
FAQs - booking Japan flights
How long is the flight to Japan?
The average direct flight from India to Japan takes 22h 27m, covering a distance of 6165 km. The most popular route is New Delhi - Tokyo with an average flight time of 7h 55m.
What is the cheapest flight to Japan?
The cheapest ticket to Japan from India found in the last 72 hours was ₹ 24,505. The most popular route is New Delhi to Tokyo and the cheapest airline ticket found on this route in the last 72 hours was ₹ 44,169.
Which airlines fly to Japan?
ANA, Japan Airlines & Vistara fly the most frequently from India to Japan. The most popular route is New Delhi to Tokyo, and Japan Airlines, Vistara and SriLankan Airlines fly this route the most.
What are the most popular destinations in Japan?
Based on KAYAK flight searches, the most popular destination is Tokyo (66% of total searches to Japan). The next most popular destinations are Osaka (16%) and Hiroshima (8%). Searches for flights to Nagoya (7%), Okinawa (1%) and Sapporo (1%) are also popular.
How does KAYAK’s flight Price Forecast tool help me choose the right time to buy?
KAYAK’s flight Price Forecast tool uses historical data to determine whether the price for a given destination and date is likely to change within 7 days, so travellers know whether to wait or book now.
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Pros: The whole Business experience on SQ
Cons: During the same trip I discovered 2 different arrangements of the Business Class cabin on Singapore Airlines A350, SQ469 CMB-SIN, and SQ036 SIN-LAX. On the SQ036, I occupied seat 15 A (mono, aisle-window): I did not understand the reasoning behind this layout: Seat facing straight the front of the aircraft, but not enough space to stretch the legs, and limited height for the footrest, feet getting hurled against a ceiling very quickly, and also footrest only on one side = one foot. The deep cavity, that is probably meant to house the lie-flat disposition, is at a 45° angle with the general direction of the seat. I am 77 and not in any way a contortionist. I decided that the best course of action was to remain seated for the duration of the 14:30 hours, flight without extending my legs. Maybe the crew could have explained how the passenger is supposed to fit into that weird design, but I did not ask, afraid that the demonstration might reawaken chronic shoulder and hip pain. I would be glad to read (not test) how this configuration is supposed to convey the sense of comfort expected from a Business Class ticket. It did nothing of the kind for me.
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