Return flight to Tokyo £377 (Departing LHR, Southampton or Birmingham / Jan-Feb departures / KLM & Air France) @ Skyscanner (TravelPack)
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Return flight to Tokyo £377 (Departing LHR, Southampton or Birmingham / Jan-Feb departures / KLM & Air France) @ Skyscanner (TravelPack)

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Posted 6th Sep
Nice price for a return flight to Tokyo. All flights involve one stop in each direction, typically in either Paris or Amsterdam. The flights are operated by both Air France and KLM with most dates involving travelling on both airlines for a least one of the legs. Hand luggage only unfortunately, but it may be worth taking one piece of hold luggage between two if there are two travellers

Example London dates:
9th - 22nd Jan
16th - 28th Jan
4th - 12th Feb
10th - 19th Feb

Example Southampton date:
13th - 27th Jan

Example Birmingham date:
20th Feb - 4th March

+ More, use the date matrix on Skyscanner to find more suitable dates

Credit to FlyNous for some the example dates

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14 Comments
Good fare! FYI - This one actually works from all KLM departure airports in the UK and also has dates in late 2019 and May/June 2020. Jack's Flight Club sent this one out yesterday evening I believe.
What's the weather like in Jan-Feb?
Then come to Sapporo and enjoy the best white powder in the world outside Columbia.
I've been on this flight from London. KLM are a decent airline and Tokyo is an amazing place, definitely recommend if anyone is considering. Don't really know about the weather but Japan is an amazing place no matter the weather
darkwarrior06/09/2019 09:40

What's the weather like in Jan-Feb?


Can be pretty chilly / snowy in winter.
Hand luggage only at those prices!!
Really cold in Jan/Feb but seasons are broadly similar to UK. Air France are poor as an airline, very rude, I did not feel safe on their flights. KLM are ok but my last flight with them (they used to be my primary choice) purposefully did not put my luggage on the plane and didn't bother to tell me even though they knew so let me sit by the carousel. So they'll not get my money. Also WOW they literally grab your boobs in security. Not ok Air China have similar prices, but again, they will lose your luggage and not refund you anything for the damage or inconvenience. ANA direct flight was one of the best I've flown to Japan, and in the January sale you can get a really good price. ALSO - you want to fly to Haneda (HND) NOT Narita - it's closer to central Tokyo and you can get the metro straight to Asakusa for about 600yen vs 3,000 yen to get to central Tokyo from Narita
Edited by: "otherside27" 6th Sep
I used to use KLM to Aisa and found it pretty good (Schiphol is a great connection airport). Might be worth checking what type of plane you will be flying on as I believe KLM increased the seating density in their 777 fleet from 9 across (used when I flew) to 10 across, which on a 12 hours flight is not great.
Anyone know if it's possible to purposely miss the first and last leg of the flights to have added few days in both Amsterdam and Paris? I was thinking Eurostar to Amsterdam for few days, then same for return from Paris.
smuddybuddy2006/09/2019 11:30

Anyone know if it's possible to purposely miss the first and last leg of …Anyone know if it's possible to purposely miss the first and last leg of the flights to have added few days in both Amsterdam and Paris? I was thinking Eurostar to Amsterdam for few days, then same for return from Paris.


That's actually a good idea...
smuddybuddy2006/09/2019 11:30

Anyone know if it's possible to purposely miss the first and last leg of …Anyone know if it's possible to purposely miss the first and last leg of the flights to have added few days in both Amsterdam and Paris? I was thinking Eurostar to Amsterdam for few days, then same for return from Paris.


They will probably cancel the whole lot for not taking the first leg so I suspect no. Of it's the last leg you may get away with it. Best thing to do is probably try to book direct or with a website that allows you to break the flights up. This can usually be achieved with the multi trip option
ldx0006/09/2019 11:39

They will probably cancel the whole lot for not taking the first leg so I …They will probably cancel the whole lot for not taking the first leg so I suspect no. Of it's the last leg you may get away with it. Best thing to do is probably try to book direct or with a website that allows you to break the flights up. This can usually be achieved with the multi trip option



Thanks for your input. I had a bit of a google and it looks like you're right. No real issue doing it on the last leg like you said (so long as you take carry-on only of course) but any missed flights beforehand and all remaining flights are cancelled. I'll keep that in mind for future trips. Thanks.
Edited by: "smuddybuddy20" 6th Sep
smuddybuddy2006/09/2019 11:49

Thanks for your input. I had a bit of a google and it looks like you're …Thanks for your input. I had a bit of a google and it looks like you're right. No real issue doing it on the last leg like you said (so long as you take carry-on only of course) but any missed flights beforehand and all remaining flights are cancelled. I'll keep that in mind for future trips. Thanks.


Yup, if first leg is missed, all booking is void. Any other leg after first is ok to miss. Know from hard experience 😔
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