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Roundtrip Flight: St Louis, Missouri to/from Tokyo, Japan EXPIRED

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United Airlines and American Airlines have round trip airfares travelling from St Louis MO (STL) to Tokyo Japan (HND), making 1 stop, on select dates from October - March 2022. Book this flight through Expedia.

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Travel Availability (subject to change):
  • St Louis MO (STL):
    • Oct 5-6, 12-13, 19-20, 26-27
    • Nov 2-3, 9-10, 16-17, 23-24, 30
    • Dec 1
    • Jan 18-19, 25-26
    • Feb 1-2, 8-9, 15-16, 22-23
    • March 1-2, 8-9
  • Returns: wide and great availability returns Tuesday - Friday

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    • United: fare is main cabin, regular economy
    • American Airlines: fares are 'basic plus bag' fares (includes one personal item, one free carry-on and 1st checked bag free). There are no ticket changes and no seat selection on AA.
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United Airlines, American Airlines and Expedia have round trip airfares travelling from St Louis MO (STL) to Tokyo Japan (HND), making 1 stop. On United, the fare is main cabin, regular economy and on American Airlines, the fares are 'basic plus bag' fares where it includes one personal item, one free carry-on and 1st checked bag free. There are no ticket changes and no seat selection on AA.

Travel Availaiblity:
Departs STL: Oct 5-6, 12-13, 19-20, 26-27; Nov 2-3, 9-10, 16-17, 23-24, 30; Dec 1; Jan 18-19, 25-26; Feb 1-2, 8-9, 15-16, 22-23; March 1-2, 8-9
Returns: wide and great availability returns Tuesday - Friday

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You can't currently enter Japan as a tourist. If you have a reason to be there (not sure criteria) you are still subject to very strict two week quarantine. I doubt foreign visitors will be allowed in the country this year based on how slow the vaccine rollout has been there and now a major uptick in cases in the country.

However, I am really tempted to roll the dice for Feb or Mar of next year. Perhaps that is enough time for them to work out a proper scheme to welcome gaijin.
You'd have to be really optimistic or a moron to buy non-refundable international tickets to anywhere right now.
Phenomenal deal with caveats. Beware if you're going for vacation - you are hedging your bets on whether or not they are allowing tourists access by then. Hopefully they will with vaccination.

Current rules in Japan: foreign nationals will be turned away if you are there for tourism/travel. https://www.japan.travel/en/coronavirus/ https://www.insidekyoto.com/can-i...-japan-now

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Is a vaccination passport required entering Japan? Returning to USA?
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You can't currently enter Japan as a tourist. If you have a reason to be there (not sure criteria) you are still subject to very strict two week quarantine. I doubt foreign visitors will be allowed in the country this year based on how slow the vaccine rollout has been there and now a major uptick in cases in the country.

However, I am really tempted to roll the dice for Feb or Mar of next year. Perhaps that is enough time for them to work out a proper scheme to welcome gaijin.
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Phenomenal deal with caveats. Beware if you're going for vacation - you are hedging your bets on whether or not they are allowing tourists access by then. Hopefully they will with vaccination.

Current rules in Japan: foreign nationals will be turned away if you are there for tourism/travel. https://www.japan.travel/en/coronavirus/ https://www.insidekyoto.com/can-i...-japan-now
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Quote from SonofZeus :
Is a vaccination passport required entering Japan? Returning to USA?
Currently no entry into Japan is allowed for tourists. Once they do allow entry they will almost certainly require proof of vaccination, as will most if not all international travel.
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Quote from rdogg :
You can't currently enter Japan as a tourist. If you have a reason to be there (not sure criteria) you are still subject to very strict two week quarantine. I doubt foreign visitors will be allowed in the country this year based on how slow the vaccine rollout has been there and now a major uptick in cases in the country.

However, I am really tempted to roll the dice for Feb or Mar of next year. Perhaps that is enough time for them to work out a proper scheme to welcome gaijin.
If it doesn't happen by 1st quarter 2022, do they just give you airline credit or something?
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If it doesn't happen by 1st quarter 2022, do they just give you airline credit or something?
You will likely eat it
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You'd have to be really optimistic or a moron to buy non-refundable international tickets to anywhere right now.
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I had similar ticket on Air Canada that was supposed to fly on 7th of this Month PIT to NRT for $165! I called and first Expedia gave me credit to use on Air Canada. But they are offering refunds for vouchers on the their site, other airlines will do same. I had just changed my voucher to refund on Rayan Air from last spring. Book furthest date out and if stuck with credit make sure you picking US based airline so you can reuse it easier.
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If you've never been to Japan, this is the better of the two airports to arrive/depart at in Tokyo.
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Is this direct fly from STL?
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Quote from rdogg :
You can't currently enter Japan as a tourist. If you have a reason to be there (not sure criteria) you are still subject to very strict two week quarantine. I doubt foreign visitors will be allowed in the country this year based on how slow the vaccine rollout has been there and now a major uptick in cases in the country.

However, I am really tempted to roll the dice for Feb or Mar of next year. Perhaps that is enough time for them to work out a proper scheme to welcome gaijin.
Yeah, at this price it would be worth a shot honestly..
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Is this direct fly from STL?
No, one stop. Most are domestic ORD (Chicago), LAX (Los Angeles), DFW (Dallas) or IAH (Houston). Some are two stops with the other in Vancouver.
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February sounds really tempting... who else is going to roll the dice with me? I guess gonna scream yolo and just buy it and pray for the best.
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