Deep Powder Tours Snow Holidays are able to provide competitive prices on any of the following airlines from Australia including Qantas, Japan Airlines, Cathay Pacific, All Nippon, Korean Airlines and China Airlines to Japan.


Established in 1920 as Queensland and Northern Territory Aerial Services LTD. Qantas is Australia's leading international carrier and one of the world's premier long haul airlines.

Qantas is also one of Australia's most recognised brand names with a reputation for excellence in safety, operational reliability, engineering, and maintenance and customer service. Qantas operates daily flights from Australia to Tokyo, Japan.

Japan Airlines is one of Asia's largest international carriers, with award winning service and style. JAL has daily flights to Japan from Australia and an extensive domestic network within Japan of over 160 domestic routes. Flight routing from Australia is via Tokyo and then onto Sapporo if required.

Cathay Pacific flies over 80 times a week between Hong Kong and six Australian cities, more than any other airline. In Hong Kong, our flights from Sydney, Melbourne, Brisbane and Perth connect seamlessly with four flights a week to Sapporo. Settle back and enjoy Cathay Pacific's new Economy Class, featuring an innovative shell seat to protect your space and over 100 on-demand movies screened on your personal television. Throughout your journey you'll experience award-winning in-flight service and the best of Western and Asian cuisine. And members can earn Qantas Frequent Flyer points or Asia Miles on most Cathay Pacific airfares.

Korean Air with a fleet of 127 aircraft is one of the world's top 20 airlines and operates almost 400 passenger flights per day to 118 cities in 39 countries. Korean Air flies to 15 destinations in Japan via Incheon International Airport in Seoul including Chitose airport in Sapporo, Japan. Included in the service is overnight stopover accommodation at Incheon.