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British Airways flights to New Zealand (Auckland) from £397.00 @ Expedia.com.au

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I apologise if anyone is getting bored of these flight deals, but these are the cheapest flights I've ever seen! If you go to Expedia's Australian site you can take advantage of the exchange rate.
marble Avatar7y, 8m agoFound 7 years, 8 months ago24 Comments
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bah, I missed out on this, was looking for some flights this mornig for late may/early june and found Heathrow-Hong Kong-Sydney including a week stopover in Hong Kong for AD$935 each, its now well over $1100 :( I should have booked it this morning !
Remember this is BA AND Qantas.
Depending on the routing you may be on a Qantas plane all the way there and back.
I think generally London - Asia legs are on BA. The rest of the journey is Qantas.

But who cares at this price.
Daku007;4663672
The cheapest I see is $1007? On 23rd May and return on 6th June?


Yeah, I can't find any cheap prices any more either ... they're all $1000 AUS and up ... which isn't too bad, but not the bargain it was. I guess it was a misprice, or they've sold out of really cheap seats. Either way, I guess this is expired :(
Just want to point out that BA don't fly to New Zealand

This will be a flight with BA to SYD, LAX or HKG and then a plane change to fly the rest of the journey with Qantas
The cheapest I see is $1007? On 23rd May and return on 6th June?
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Direct Return Flights to Singapore (inc Taxes) about £450.00 at expedia.au

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Hi, this is quite specific, but flights in May/June seem to be really cheap for some reason. I went a few years ago and paid £430 for indirect flights, so this is a really good deal. We are going 4th-…
not_the_messiah Avatar7y, 10m agoFound 7 years, 10 months ago3 Comments
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not_the_messiah;4250190
Have done this route last time I went and really wouldn't recommend it - makes for a very long journey!


Only adds about 2.5 hours and good chance to have a fag/get some duty frees! ;-) Especially with the 45 quid you saved!
Trickyjabs;4250167
Emirates flights Gatwick to Singapore with a change in Dubai for 405 quid:

http://www.netflights.com/flights/availability.asp


Have done this route last time I went and really wouldn't recommend it - makes for a very long journey!
Emirates flights Gatwick to Singapore with a change in Dubai for 405 quid:

http://www.netflights.com/flights/availability.asp
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Bargain fares to Hong Kong and Auckland £483.00

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Qantas flights special offer already discussed, 299 Return to Hong Kong and 549 Return to Auckland. These flights are even cheaper when booked on expedia.com.au-as low as 267 to HK and 483 to Auckland…
leyscjd Avatar7y, 10m agoFound 7 years, 10 months ago12 Comments
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Waksta;4137781
Depart 17th May Heathrow 12pm Arrive Auckland 4:45am
Depart 26th May Auckland 5:55pm Arrive Heathrow 9:50am


The Expedia site is showing these flights as BA, not Qantas.
crazymacaque;4137489
Could you tell me the dates you found on expedia please?


Depart 17th May Heathrow 12pm Arrive Auckland 4:45am
Depart 26th May Auckland 5:55pm Arrive Heathrow 9:50am
Sorry, my bad - been on the .co.uk website the whole time! Hot deal
leyscjd;4137478
Departing Friday 22 May and returning Friday 29 May from LHR to Auckland shows up as AU$1025, about 483 pounds. Plenty of other dates in May also seem to work.


Cheapest comes up as 631 for me on those dates...
Waksta;4137426
I booked flights to Auckland when the original deal was posted on Saturday for 549. I just checked the exact same flights via Expedia.com.au and found them for 479. I could have saved myself 70 quid!! Hot deal for those who haven't booked yet but you need to be very specific when booking flights. What I would do is find the flights you want via the Qantas website, write down the departure and arrival times and search for those via the expedia site. It takes a bit longer than normal but is far worth it. Heat added.


Could you tell me the dates you found on expedia please?
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Cheap flights avaliable again @ Expedia.au!!!!!!!!!!!!!! (Mumbai) £205.00

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I just managed to get flights for my parents to Mumbai for £205 Return flying from Birmingham!!! The flights arent as cheap as previous but a lot cheaper than normal. These flight are usually in the
ap123ap Avatar8y, 2m agoFound 8 years, 2 months ago65 Comments
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Just traveled from LHR to DEL via AMS.

Mind you, the lady at the check-in desk did try to create some problems, I was asked to weigh our heaviest baggage first, but thankfully it was exact 20 kgs, I also checked-in online and printed boarding passes online, so only had to do the baggage drop.

So, as long as your baggage is within the allowance and you have checked-in online you are going to be OK. Will be nice to hear comments from anyone else who traveled on a similar deal.
kaku_lala;3851871
Anyone travelled yet on the tickets booked thorugh this deal??



I am wondering that too.

I fly to New York in May 2009.
Anyone travelled yet on the tickets booked thorugh this deal??

I have started a new thread for good travel insurance deals, if anyone has taken any travel insurance for thier journey, then please advice.

The thread I started is here:
http://www.hotukdeals.com/item/303775/any-good-travel-insurance-deals
Booked Birmingham-Bombay Feb '09 for £209. Thanks.
Just booked Edinburgh - Delhi over easter for £235 return - happy days! :thumbsup: Thanks OP! :thumbsup:
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Amazing flights deal from UK to USA £180.00

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Original Source: http://www.tmtravelworld.blogspot.com Bookable on http://www.expedia.com.au from LON-LAX,also valid to other US cities. The price was due to missing YQ surcharge. Bookable on…
dxb83 Avatar8y, 3m agoFound 8 years, 3 months ago1191 Comments
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Oh for another flight deal like this one eh :)
Well well well. After my initial claim for compensation was refused (saying it was my fault if I put delicate items in my luggage and they got broken.........what???!!) I sent a huuuuuuge letter of complaint and a week later recieved a letter of apology, reimbursement for my expenses and 2 x £85 flight vouchers :w00t: :w00t: :w00t: :w00t: :w00t:
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How did you get on with this???? Our added on Paris - London leg was a disaster, wouldn't let us on the plane saying we didn't have tickets on the system, even though our luggage was on and we had boarding passes!!! Air France wanted £600 EACH to fly us home ECONOMY!!! on the next flight!!!!! Ended up stranded in the (by then closed terminal 2e) airport overnight for 17 hrs (did get a cheap dodgy hotel in the end out of desperation but waste of money as so worried didn't sleep a wink, was up at 4 and on the phone to Expedia who told us not their prob, we'd have to make our own way home), both our cases got lost in the confusion (they were found 12 hours later) on top of already travelling over 20 hours and adjusting to 8 hrs time difference this was a really nasty and stressful nightmare. France has never seemed so far away before.

In the process of complaining and demanding compensation from Air France, at the very least for the phone calls to Expedia in Australia trying to get it sorted - 4 or 5 calls from UK mobile in Paris to Australia - £47, and the cost of the hotel and meals etc.

Is this unreasonable considering the peanuts we paid for the flights (£270)?? Personally I don't think so, as the cheap flights were their mess up, and I bought them because they were cheap, could never have afforded to pay full price.........:oops:

Have never been so glad to finally return home from a holiday!!!


Exactly the same on the way back from New York. Checked in manually by clerk, as machine did not read booking (despite confirming flight that morning). Got boarding passes, and we were stopped as we went to board the plane. we were told that booking did not exist, despite the fact I had confirmed flight with air chance that morning. We were taken back to the Delta / Air france desk where after a lot of messing and doubt, we were checked on to on of our original flight schedules direct to LHR ( on the same seats in fact). We left our luggage on the Air France plane to be offloaded, and it got back to us about 3 days later. Personally i think it was Air France at fault as they did have the booking confirmed on the checkmy trip / Amadeus booking system - that said it was all very weird.

Thought about complaining but after an initial scare got back fine!! best of luck and let me know how you get on,.
Returned from New York last Monday morning (after a short 3 night break)

Had to go via Amsterdam on the way out (connection was ok even though we only had an hour changeover) and direct from NY to Heathrow on the way back. We were on an Air France (although it was really a Delta airlines) flight, flying across the Atlantic the same night as the other doomed flight so that shook us up a bit but obviously we made it back, unlike the other flight sadly!!! We did experience a fair bit of turbelence just after takeoff too!

We did run into a few problems though, both in check-in on the outbound flight at Heathrow and subsequent check-in for the return flight at JFK. We couldn't do online check-in at all - said there were some problems with the "details" of one of the passengers, namely me! I suspect this was to do with some miskeying on the part of Expedia in Oz. We got there in the end though after some fiddling at both ends by the check-in people but that did worry me that we weren't going to be let on the flights for a bit!!!
Glad yours went smoothly!! Ours was fine until then. We had every print out you could imagine, meant nothing!

Expedia have now admitted someone slipped up and have traced it back and it seems it was the fault of the trainee that checked us in at LAX, she should have been supervised and wasn't. Looks like she messed up and despite booking 2 seats didn't actually issue our tickets on the system for that leg of the booking (or something like that) Expedia are now dealing with it........................
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