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Boston (BOS) to Tokyo (NRT)

Good deals for this route are priced below $1,130.

The cheapest round trip flights from Boston (BOS) to Tokyo (NRT) for any dates in the next six months were priced from about $1,110-1,190 (with stops) and around $1,371 (nonstop). A few lucky people found prices as low as $890.

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Cheapest time to go

Late August

Lowest fares can be found late August. Highest fares are late June.

$760 — $1600

Fly out on a Monday, return on a Wednesday, save up to $340.

The best day to depart a roundtrip ticket from Boston to Tokyo is Monday, saving up to $210. The best day to return is Wednesday, saving up to $130.

Demand is stable, Prices are flat.

The average demand fell -2.5% to 19,939 flight searches per day compared to 20,451 daily searches during the previous week. Last week's weighted average round-trip ticket price from Boston to Tokyo increased by 5.6% to $1,130 as compared to $1,070 the prior week.

Singapore Airlines, Turkish Airlines, and Air Canada have the lowest fares

The most popular deals on airlines that fly direct to Tokyo are:

American Airlines $1,371 Find
Japan Airlines $1,380 Find

The most popular deals on airlines that fly with stops to Tokyo are:

Singapore Airlines $800 Find
Turkish Airlines $900 Find
Air Canada $1,080 Find
SWISS $1,180 Find
Emirates $1,194 Find
Cathay Pacific $1,290 Find
American Airlines $1,380 Find
United $1,390 Find

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Data and Methodology

This report is based on 5,642,084 round-trip flight prices from crowd-sourced airfare searches made between March 12, 2018 and March 19, 2018. We’ve included all trips that were shops less than 6 months before the departure that include a Saturday night stay.

Our data is drawn from Hopper’s combined feed of Global Distribution System (GDS) data sources which includes about 10 million flight price queries per day, containing about one billion individual trips per day. Demand is represented as the number of queries not actual ticket purchases, and is calibrated across all GDS sources for each market. Lowest fare, or deal fare, is represented by the 10th percentile prices. For example if the 10th percentile price is $800 dollars it means that only 10% of trips are priced at or below this price.

Prices and popularity by date are determined by aggregating all flights that depart before and return after the date in question. Prices by date are 10th percentile prices of such flights. Popularity by date factors out the overall advance purchase distribution, as search rates naturally increase close to departure, in order to highlight long term patterns.

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