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Fly to Hong Kong with Oasis get a free trip to China or Vietnam £425.00

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As well as visiting Hong Kong you will be able to see more of Asia: From Vietnam's vibrant metropolises of Hanoi and Ho Chi Minh City to nine diverse cities within China. With eleven cities to pick fr…
Freeman Avatar9y, 3m agoFound 9 years, 3 months ago2 Comments
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seems good deal vietnam for 425 looked there are plenty of flights at this price
And I was thinking: Who would want to share a plane with Noel and Liam, even if you do get a free trip to China or Vietnam out of it?

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Fly to Hong Kong with Oasis get one-way free, 2 days only from Monday 20th of Aug.

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Following the success of our first year of sales and catering to increasing demand, we are adding an additional 3 flights a week, serving our popular London - Hong Kong route. To celebrate this milest…
Freeman Avatar9y, 3m agoFound 9 years, 3 months ago55 Comments
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Thanks, but Cathay offer only covers next two weeks - we're going (or were due to) in 4/5 weeks' time.
Oasis have gone bust - http://news.bbc.co.uk/1/hi/business/7338424.stm

Anyone else affected by this?
Going to Hong kong in October Half Term & staying last night at Disneyland Hotel. (to the other poster who wants to do all the Disneys - Tokyo is good as everyone sits down to see the parade & Main Street had a glass roof)

We are a family of 2 adults & 3 daughters aged 14,11 & 9. Please can anyone recommend a few decent hotels (cheap as possible) that can accommodate us in no more than 2 rooms? What is the best island to stay on for getting around? When we went to Tokyo there is very little written/spoken English after leaving Narita airport but here's hoping that it is much more common in Hong Kong is this the case?

Please can you also recommend some must see places in addition to The Peak.

Many Thanks Mrs Gaz
Wai2x
I did it it changed cos it was just a few letter, the lady on the other end warned me that further changes would be charged tho..

I'm happy now..isnt til june tho so plenty of time to research! whee!



thats good! how long are you staying for? June weather is good but still hot compared to U.K..
Issey
hiyas,

you should have the names correct according to your friends passport or they have the right not to let her/him on the plane, so best to go change it, thats my opinion anyway, just to be on the safe side =)

Issey


I did it it changed cos it was just a few letter, the lady on the other end warned me that further changes would be charged tho..

I'm happy now..isnt til june tho so plenty of time to research! whee!
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Fly to Hong Kong with Oasis get a free trip to Singapore £299.00

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Book a return flight to Hong Kong with Oasis before 15 Aug 2007, and we'll give you a trip to Singapore absolutely FREE*! Discover Hong Kong, and experience the business metropolis of Singapore as we…
Freeman Avatar9y, 4m agoFound 9 years, 4 months ago14 Comments
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I thought this was a holiday with Liam Gallagher. :roll: :roll:
I'm flying with them in about 8 weeks time, with my partner and two friends. Wish they had this on when we booked!
I flew wih Oasis last May, they are a really good airline and nice planes, very good staff. It cost me £268 return as I could choose my dates. I'm going again next year with them.
Dollars.
TinoP
what kind of money???????????



Too much... lol
He moved from banking in London to banking there.. so that gives you an idea..
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Business Class to Hong Kong Buy 1 Get 1 Free £1,460.00

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If you fancy splashing out, or need to travel in style this is one for you. Prices from £1,460 return inc. taxes (based on £650 o/w fare excluding tax) Booking period: 6 March - 25 March 2007 T…
asinover Avatar9y, 9m agoFound 9 years, 9 months ago11 Comments
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A merchant can write whatever it wants in its T&C's jerry but if it's against the law it is not binding. You cannot sign your legal rights away by agreeing to Terms and Conditions which are against the law. Not to say merchants don't try to push things as far as they can but in a case like this I think this is just standard special offer terms.


Thanks, Admin: your explanation is far more succinct than mine :thumbsup:
A merchant can write whatever it wants in its T&C's jerry but if it's against the law it is not binding. You cannot sign your legal rights away by agreeing to Terms and Conditions which are against the law. Not to say merchants don't try to push things as far as they can but in a case like this I think this is just standard special offer terms.
jerry stop being a loser. :giggle:
Hey Jerry

:?

The offer doesn't say that it's binding once you've paid because that's just stating the obvious under their legal and social responsibilities. The equivalent to what you're implying is it's like buying a DFS sofa on 4 years free credit with nothing to pay for 12 months and a letter dropping through the door saying 'it'll now cost you another £50' the week after delivery.

Use your loaf, mate. Once an airline has your money and issued you with a ticket, that's it: deal done. Don't be so cynical and expect the worst of suppliers - there's such a thing as Trading Standards :-(
asinover
the airline can't suddenly demand more money from you.


[COLOR="Blue"]Maybe not, but they can do as they put in their Terms and Conditions ie., [/COLOR]Fares and offer terms and conditions are subject to change without prior notice.

asinover
But with 15 years air industry experience, what do I know? :)


[COLOR="Blue"]Dunno, I only asked you where the offer states:[/COLOR]
asinover
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That's surely just standard 'cover your arse' T&Cs... once you've booked it's binding.


[COLOR="Blue"]I'll wait :whistling: [/COLOR]
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Kids fly FREE with Oasis Hong Kong Airlines

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A child aged below 12 can now fly free with you when you book to travel on Oasis (economyOasis fares from £119 and businessOasis fares from £470) before 28 Feb. Travel between 13 February 2007 & 25…
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Oasis Hong Kong from £109.00 inc tax for the Over 55s & accompanying travellers

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Oasis Hong Kong Airlines are offering great prices to Hong Kong for the over 55s. £109* Economy £315* Business class (*one way incl. taxes) Were offering incredible fares to travellers ag…
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Thanks for spotting this great deal, rep given.
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London Gatwick to Hong Kong £155 one-way or £274 return (including tax)

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Oasis Airlines has just launched a massive seat sale to Hong Kong, offering flights for the discounted price of £155 one-way or £274 return (including tax). This fantastic promotion is valid for t…
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sburley
Definately worth 4 - 5 Days. Can get a bit steamy even in May, but rain can also be quite refreshing, any later though and the temp may feel too uncomfortable. You could combine the city area with trips to the islands and the new Disney Park.


Yeah, booked for May half term. Cheers for info, rep given, and to OP.
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Definately worth 4 - 5 Days. Can get a bit steamy even in May, but rain can also be quite refreshing, any later though and the temp may feel too uncomfortable. You could combine the city area with trips to the islands and the new Disney Park.
I quite fancy this in May. According to weather.com, that's quite a rainy time of year. Has anybody any experience of HK in May? Also, is it a reasonable place to go for a 4-5 sightseeing type city break?
They started flying between Hong Kong and London sometime last year (October?). I know some people who's been on Oasis before, but I've heard that you don't get complimentary drinks/food!! You gotta buy them yourself...just like other budget airlines like EasyJet......>.<
sburley
Great system sure, but they make the seats rock hard and the recline is kept to a minimal to ensure they can be kept easily in vision (for the passenger behind). Full control movies and TV are great, but I'd rather get some kip, bit difficult when you are forced to sit near vertical.


I actually like that better as I have no problem getting some shut eye even with minimal recline but hate having people in front pushing themselves all the way back into me :) (especially when I'm trying to use my seat table)

The biggest inconvenience with Virgin is that due to their advanced (Linux based) entertainment system they have small boxes under all seats, where other airlines just have a couple on each row. But I think that's changing in future airplanes.
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Economy Oasis Seat sale: Hong Kong £160.00 o/w inc tax

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Hong Kong is an awesome place (especially now we Brtits have nmoved out & there's been some investment in the place!) I'd recommend a visit to anyone. If you have the stamina, 3 nights there will do…
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Civic EG6
am tryin to book a flight for 4 people between 31 march and 13 april 2007, return and economy but the price is over £1600, why is this?


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Sorry Civic EG6 - forgot to add: your return date is out of the promo period, too. Last date 31 March 2007.
Civic EG6
am tryin to book a flight for 4 people between 31 march and 13 april 2007, return and economy but the price is over £1600, why is this?


Hey Civic EG6

They work on a limited number of seats per flight allocated to fare 'types' (the class you see printed on a ticket - if there's a printed ticket these days!) anyway, so it could be you're choosing flights that are not necessarily full, but fully sold of this promo fare.

A lot of these travel sites now work a surge system whereby if many people check out the same flight, it considers demand high and will increase the minimum available fare. There's a tip if you're umming and ahhing (did I spell them right? :giggle: ) about dates when booking EasyJet or similar: donm't keep keying the same dates and details over and over... you'll do yourself out of the best fare because the system thinks there's high demand.

[pause for breath :-D )

Good luck in finding the cheap fares with Oasis... sounds like I'm not alone in thinking HK is worth the DVT risk. :thumbsup:
Thanks for the pointer asinover :)
Yeah discovered this new airline a while ago when it launched. Great prices, I really hope it does well. HK is my all time favourite place, been 5 times in the past and usually for 2 weeks or so. Anyone wanting a decent hotel without spending loads, I can reccomend the Hotel Majestic on Nathan rd, or those splashing out the Park Lane in Causeway Bay is a personal fave of mine.


*book early for the sub £300 returns, they sell fast*
am tryin to book a flight for 4 people between 31 march and 13 april 2007, return and economy but the price is over £1600, why is this?