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£164 -- Return Flights to Moscow - incl. tax !

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9y, 5m agoFound 9 years, 5 months ago
You can now book flights to Moscow with Alitalia for just £164 return, including tax - that's about £90 OFF the regular fare.

The promotional fare is valid for travel from London Heathrow, via Milan on various dates from July, with the best availability from late August right through until the end of the year.

It's not available every day, so you may have to be flexible to get the lowest price.
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#1
What a bargainski :)
#2
Don't forget you need a visa for Russia and it can be a hassle getting it, I'm pretty sure you need some knd of information from your hotel before you can apply for the visa. Moscow is not the safest city in the world and a large dose of common sense is required. I've been there a few times for work and was a little surprised to hear that they have a murder and rape count in the newspaper for each month.

Still, it's a lovely place and well worth a visit.
#3
Ho no!

Dont worry that kind of things happen to me everytime I buy sonething I'll see it in Hotukdeals for 40% one month later!
#4
Good deal. One thing on the Visa. Yes, you do need one, but can get one from various agencis based in london for a fee. Do a Google search. :thumbsup: You have to send your passport down giving your entry and exit dates to the country, and they make up the rest for you. Post cold-war, it's now a money-spinner for everyone. Moscow OK, but be careful beyond that.
#5
A word of warning about Alitalia. A couple of weeks ago, four of us (2 adults, 2 kids) were flying back from Rome to London. We checked in nearly 2 hours before depature time. They issued 3 boarding passes and said the plane is full and the 4th person (my 6 year old son) might not be able to fly!. In the end, after a lot of shouting, they issued him a boarding pass with about 20 minutes before the gate closed.
Needless to say, we won't be flying with them again.
#6
lkl265
A word of warning about Alitalia. A couple of weeks ago, four of us (2 adults, 2 kids) were flying back from Rome to London. We checked in nearly 2 hours before depature time. They issued 3 boarding passes and said the plane is full and the 4th person (my 6 year old son) might not be able to fly!. In the end, after a lot of shouting, they issued him a boarding pass with about 20 minutes before the gate closed.
Needless to say, we won't be flying with them again.


It happens with all airlines, they obviously made an error selecting your 6 year old son. Usually 'bumped' passengers get a £250 pay out, an alternative flight and accomodation, meals and taxi fare if required. It certainly is not a reason to pick on this airline.
#7
davelfc
It happens with all airlines, they obviously made an error selecting your 6 year old son. Usually 'bumped' passengers get a £250 pay out, an alternative flight and accomodation, meals and taxi fare if required. It certainly is not a reason to pick on this airline.


I understand that. I would have happily taken the next flight (and the cash) if they had said "Sorry, we are full. Would you like to take the next flight?". The way they treated us and the other passengers was very rude and totally wrong. Only people with British passports were told the plane was full. All the time, they were checking-in and issuing boarding passes to passengers with Italian passports. When I questioned the check-in desk staff as to why they were issuing boarding passes if the plane is full, they simply ignored me.

I think this is a very good reason to pick on this airline.
#8
lkl265
I understand that. I would have happily taken the next flight (and the cash) if they had said "Sorry, we are full. Would you like to take the next flight?". The way they treated us and the other passengers was very rude and totally wrong. Only people with British passports were told the plane was full. All the time, they were checking-in and issuing boarding passes to passengers with Italian passports. When I questioned the check-in desk staff as to why they were issuing boarding passes if the plane is full, they simply ignored me.

I think this is a very good reason to pick on this airline.


It might have helped if you had included this in your initial post. Still at the price it is worth the risk. I have flown to Moscow with them and to other places with no problems. I could name a whole load of airlines I've had some kind of run in with and we could all avoid them as well.
#9
Get them in now for next years champions league final
#10
pretty gud deal i suppose how much is a visa?!

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