Double Open Jaw Flights to China £161.47 @ Holiday Pirates - HotUKDeals
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Just to give you all a head up - there are some cracking double open jaw flights to Beijing for just £161 over on Holiday Pirates. These go from Lithuania to Beijing and to Stockholm - so not the UK so you will need to account for getting from the UK to Lithuania and back from Stockholm, but even so this has to be a great price and I'd be tempted to do a short city break pre/post China - but I know alot of people don't share my enthusiasm for open jaw flights ;-)

It is flying with Ukraine Airlines though and I know this may put people off. Flights bookable at Budget Air - some screen shots on HP of dates.

May and June dates.
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2 Likes #1
http://stream1.gifsoup.com/view3/1185114/amazed-kitteh-o.gif
#2
Anyone knows if flying with them is covered by EU consumer rights? Like what happens if they cancel their flights etc
#3
what if you got shot and your body will land on someone roof?
#4
Non-UK airports, not sure if so hot.
2 Likes #5
Oxygene
what if you got shot and your body will land on someone roof?
You will be tatey bread, and not worried about it.

This deal must be an April fool -
#6
You need visa for China.
#7
Thought this was hot UK deals?
[Travel Expert]#8
Yes you do - I've just had mine through for my up and coming China trip - you can do it in person London/Manchester £66 in person - bit more postal. 72hrs Visa free if you don't want to stay very long!

I wondered how long it would be before someone said that Mark!
#9
It gets worse.....................

Change planes in Kiev!


Depart

Sunday 10 May 2015

Total travel time 14h 30m

1 stop

07:05 Vilnius PS184
08:25 Kiev, Borispol Apt. Boeing 737-700


Economy
Travel: 610km in 1h 20m

Changing planes at Kiev, Borispol Apt.

12:00 Kiev, Borispol Apt. PS287
02:35 Beijing, Capital Intl. Apt. Boeing 767


Economy
Travel: 6455km in 9h 35m







Return

Tuesday 26 May 2015

Total travel time 15h 20m

1 stop

* 01:35 Beijing, Capital Intl. Apt. PS288
* 08:10 Kiev, Borispol Apt. Boeing 767


Economy
Travel: 6455km in 11h 35m

Changing planes at Kiev, Borispol Apt.

* 09:25 Kiev, Borispol Apt. PS171
* 10:55 Stockholm, Arlanda Apt. Embraer 190


Economy
Travel: 1323km in 2h 30m
3 Likes #10
Can a MOD expire this please. It has no relevance to us UK consumers when neither the departure or arrival airport is within the UK! These HolidayPirate so called deals are getting a bit out of hand on here!
2 Likes #11
Love that wannabe mods try and dictate what should and shouldn't be on here. As long as a deal is available to me in the UK (and this is), it's up to me if I want to do the extra legwork in getting to and from the airhead. In no way are deals like this irrelevant or getting out of hand.
#12
Hot for the price but I'd avoid Ukrainian/Russian airlines at any cost...
1 Like #13
Some of the responses on this thread are pretty narrow minded and ignorant. For a start, if this deal is of no interest to you, ignore it. For those interested in an adventure and saving some money this is a stunning deal. Vilnius in Lithunia is a wonderful city and well worth a short break. I've not been to Stockholm but it's on the list. I also regularly fly to Kiev and it's perfectly safe. Other nationals in other countries probably thought UK was dangerous to fly to after Lockerbie, but I have found UK air travel to be pretty safe personally! People are weird when it comes to air travel, you'd still use the M1 if there was a fatal road accident, so why not a country that has had 1 (very horrible) accident?

The airline? Good enough for the Pope, good enough for me.
1 Like #14
So is HUKD for "deals" in foreign countries now?
If so then it is equally valid to post deals of items available in China
JUST ACCOUNT FOR THE COST OF GETTING THERE TO COLLECT YOUR 25p NOVELTY RUBBER MALLET


This thread has no place on HUKD




Edited By: quidstretchy on Jan 02, 2015 06:28
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A deal is a deal is a deal, people post ebay items on the site and these are from China or wherever, one for Hollister where items are shipped from USA, are these deals no longer relevant to HUKD?

If I'm not interested I won't bother with it.

Thanks OP
1 Like #16
quidstretchy
So is HUKD for "deals" in foreign countries now?
If so then it is equally valid to post deals of items available in China
JUST ACCOUNT FOR THE COST OF GETTING THERE TO COLLECT YOUR 25p NOVELTY RUBBER MALLET


This thread has no place on HUKD




Your comments have no place on UKHD.

This deal is available to the UK and represents a strong saving on any direct options. When did you become a MOD?
#17
That's just wong
#18
I don't have any issue with this deal except for that the fact that it doesn't originate in the UK should be made more obvious (by which I mean it should be in the deal title).

Otherwise it is quite reasonable for people to expect from the title that 'Flights to China' being offered originate in the UK.

There is absolutely no reason not to have that key info in the title as it will reduce confusion and possible some of the annoyance others are expressing here.
#19
Jaaron
A deal is a deal is a deal, people post ebay items on the site and these are from China or wherever, one for Hollister where items are shipped from USA, are these deals no longer relevant to HUKD?

If I'm not interested I won't bother with it.

Thanks OP
The examples you quote are somewhat irrelevant as both end up with a good or service arriving to the UK. This deal neither originates or terminates in the UK so it is most certainly different
Not necessarily disagreeing with what I understand to be the gist of your post, but worth noting that.

Edited By: Chrrye on Jan 02, 2015 17:43
1 Like #20
People get a grip lol. It's available to uk people. No issue
#21
& just make sure your wearing your parachute pants ....

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