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1st post so please be gentle.

Long time user and have saved £100's. I thought I would give something back but crikey had no idea it was so much hard work! Hope the link works.

Anyway, various dates in June from Edinburgh to Dubai with Netflights.co powered by Airline Network. The flights are with Air France via Paris. Yeah, I know Dubai is a sweatbox in the summer months but a bargain is a bargain eh.

Quidco is also 2% for flights.
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#1
fatastic price i went last june and 3 flights and accomadation cost me £3000
#2
£250 - £275 is about the norm for Dubai...

I just did a search from London in June and it is £255 Qatar Airline from Gatwick (or same flight is £250.80 through moneysupermarket.co.uk) or £259 Air France from Heathrow (or same flight is £252.00 through moneysupermarket.co.uk)

Neither hot or cold for me
#3
Edinburgh is a lot more accesible than London to I'd estimate over 5 million people...

Voted hot
banned#4
There's also flights to Sydney for £599, which is good.
#5
thekudos
£250 - £275 is about the norm for Dubai...

I just did a search from London in June and it is £255 Qatar Airline from Gatwick (or same flight is £250.80 through moneysupermarket.co.uk) or £259 Air France from Heathrow (or same flight is £252.00 through moneysupermarket.co.uk)

Neither hot or cold for me


I take it you have never flown from Edi abroad. Poor choice of destinations available and higher prices than London airports hence why this post from Edi to Dubai and not UK, doh!:whistling:
#6
Make sure you leave that cough syrup and ham baguette at home if flying to Dubai! :thumbsup:
#7
And no hanky-panky on the Beach ...
#8
thekudos
£250 - £275 is about the norm for Dubai...
I just did a search from London in June and it is £255 .......


I just did a search for Paris to Berlin and its only £120! So that makes this deal cold.....:roll:

Nah, hot really :thumbsup:
#9
Wow a whole host of Scottish people in here ......

I was giving people (55 million the population) a BETTER alternative to what Bigred had already posted. Flights from other destinations..... given it would cost over a ~£100 for most of the population of UK to get to Edinburgh..... It's called helping the majority!!!!

As I have already mentioned (and I suggest you read things clearly before acting like a spoilt child Bigred01) this journey price is usually between £250- £270 anyway!.......

A completely random search on moneysupermarket.co.uk airline comparison sites (from 15 June - 22 June but feel free to try any other date)

Edinburgh - Dubai Return £252.00 Air France
Edinburgh - Dubai Return £252.44 KLM
Edinburgh - Dubai Return £253.34 City Jet

Point Proven? I think so.......
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thekudos
Wow a whole host of Scottish people in here ......

I was giving people (55 million the population) a BETTER alternative to what Bigred had already posted. Flights from other destinations..... given it would cost over a ~£100 for most of the population of UK to get to Edinburgh..... It's called helping the majority!!!!

As I have already mentioned (and I suggest you read things clearly before acting like a spoilt child Bigred01) this journey price is usually between £250- £270 anyway!.......

A completely random search on moneysupermarket.co.uk airline comparison sites (from 15 June - 22 June but feel free to try any other date)

Edinburgh - Dubai Return £252.00 Air France
Edinburgh - Dubai Return £252.44 KLM
Edinburgh - Dubai Return £253.34 City Jet

Point Proven? I think so.......

This is hot UK deals not hot english deals that's probably why there are scots on this site.

Sorry for trying to help people save money. I have been to Dubai twice over the last few years and never ever found any price under £300, very rarely under £350. I guess I should have come to you 1st.

Not sure the spoilt child comment was called for.
#11
thekudos

Point Proven? I think so.......


Yes, I think you definitely proved a point........:whistling:

Actually, when I looked at this same journey at the end of last year for June/July, I couldn't find anything near these prices; hence, it's a Hot Deal. The fact that you can get the same prices elsewhere doesn't unhotify it ;-)
#12
Wish this was from Manchester - I'm getting married in July and I'm on the lookout for a bargain honeymoon!:-D
#13
thekudos
Wow a whole host of Scottish people in here ......

I was giving people (55 million the population) a BETTER alternative to what Bigred had already posted. Flights from other destinations..... given it would cost over a ~£100 for most of the population of UK to get to Edinburgh..... It's called helping the majority!!!!

As I have already mentioned (and I suggest you read things clearly before acting like a spoilt child Bigred01) this journey price is usually between £250- £270 anyway!.......

A completely random search on moneysupermarket.co.uk airline comparison sites (from 15 June - 22 June but feel free to try any other date)

Edinburgh - Dubai Return £252.00 Air France
Edinburgh - Dubai Return £252.44 KLM
Edinburgh - Dubai Return £253.34 City Jet

Point Proven? I think so.......


Just to let you know that KLM and City Jet are essentially part of Air France (CityJet a subsidiary) hence the same prices. Therefore no point has been proven. :P
#14
KittyKate
Wish this was from Manchester - I'm getting married in July and I'm on the lookout for a bargain honeymoon!:-D



You'll get simialr prices from Manc nearer the time.

In-direct with Qatar airways or direct with Emirates.

July will be pretty much unbearably hot though so if you go, make sure it's only for a few days.

We stopped there in September on the way to Bangkok and it was still boiling then.
#15
thekudos;4026872
£250 - £275 is about the norm for Dubai...

I take it you like sufficiently close to LHR that you don't have to stay overnight in London before AND after your flights and / or take an expensive flight to LHR to make a connection.

On my last trip I had additional costs of £200 on top of the flight (and that was to a European destination), so the above deal is roasting hot - as will the weather in July.

HOWEVER I'd see what the prices are with Emirates from Newcastle or Glasgow first
#16
it is a hot deal but to go Emirates direct is so much better, been via london with Virgin and hated it, although Emirates is always around £500 return from glasgow,
#17
very hot in dubai in june/july - possibly over 50C and you'll be sweaty even at midnight with the humuidity. prob a cheapl as most of the people who can will be leaving the country to go to britain.
#18
Agree - the hotels will be cheap at that time but it won't be a pleasant experience. Too hot for the beach or any outdoor activity and will mean you can't eat outside in the evenings as it'll be so humid.

November to Feb is the best time to go (Nov & Dec can be very expensive though).
#19
July and Aug is unreal in Dubai, I was there a few years back in Aug and ended up with grade 2 burns from the sun, apparently has had no lasting effect on my skin but it taught me a very valuable lesson in applying sun block!

If you want more Arabic than Western have a look at Abu Dhabi rather than Dubai, I go back and forth between here and AD (as it's where my family live) and I much much much prefer AD to Dubai, but as pointed out £250 is about the going rate, esp for a non direct flight...

oh and a hot deal for all you lot..

Can of coke, been the same price for the last 10 years that I've been back and forth, 1dhs, so what's what 17/18/19p, from a normal corner shop, now that's a steal and you'll be needing lots of them in June and July in Dubai, you'll be looking at 35-50c (will never ever officially go over 50c though as all locals get a day off work if that happens)

I'll stop my rant now.
#20
I wouldn't touch the place with a sh!tty stick their human rights record is disgraceful. Not even if the flights were free.
#21
Taksim_Red
I wouldn't touch the place with a sh!tty stick their human rights record is disgraceful. Not even if the flights were free.


Really, I had a great time. Played at some of the best golf courses in the world. My Avatar was a shot I hit to within 3 feet on a par 3 at the Dubai Creek. I holed it by the way.
#22
Taksim_Red
I wouldn't touch the place with a sh!tty stick their human rights record is disgraceful. Not even if the flights were free.


"human rights" in relation to what, not following the law of the land, we expect everyone to follow the law of our land so why not the same when we are in another country.

By the way hot deal, we looooove going to Dubai and it is a fantastic place and if the flights were free we would go tommorow!!!:roll:
#23
Anyone any thoughts on why Dubai seems to be exempt from Islamic fundamentalist attacks?
#24
ssss
"human rights" in relation to what, not following the law of the land, we expect everyone to follow the law of our land so why not the same when we are in another country.

By the way hot deal, we looooove going to Dubai and it is a fantastic place and if the flights were free we would go tommorow!!!:roll:


I've no doubt that Dubai is a very beautiful place, I've seen videos of it and all those little islands. They've really built the place up over the last 10/15 years haven't they. And from a selfish point of view I would really love DIC to take over at Liverpool. From what I hear Sheik Mo is a man of principles and anything has got to be better than the excuse of owners we have now.

I've no problem with respecting other peoples laws etc, even if they are stricter than our own. BUT when you hear of stories for example like the man that got jailed in Dubai because he was found with a few poppy seeds left inside a wrapper from a baguette that he'd bought in a sandwich shop in Heathrow, another English man who got four years for microscopic traces of somebody else's spliff that he'd walked on in the street and had become stuck to the sole of his shoe and of course other western tourists jailed because they were innocently / naively caught with prescription medicines such as cough syrup and cocodamol then it really is archieic and barbaric imo.

I understand these policies originate from religious beliefs but if Dubai really want to intergrate themselves into the Western world then they surely must become more civilised in these aspects. I also think that considering the way things stand in the country at the moment regarding these policies I've highlighted above then our government needs to do more to warn British tourists of such dangers too.
#25
Firstly, c'mon the reds. You may like these -
http://www.hotukdeals.com/item/316858/back-of-the-net-lfc-mufc-afc-cuffli/

I went to Dubai last March. Shortly after the spliff and shoe incident and I must admit I was concerned especially when my mam kept banging on about it. But, being honest you always thinks this sort of thing happens to someone else. Fortunately, on this occasion it did and I am planning on taking advantage of these prices and return in June. An observation, I must say there were an awful lot of british and american co*ks acting like they owned the place. Maybe they did but it did make me feel somewhat nauseous.

Anyway, LFC for the treble. But, I'd settle for the league.

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