Flybe: £20 & up -- UK & Europe '4 Million' Seats on Sale - HotUKDeals
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Flybe has just announced a 4-million seat Summer sale on routes from 12 UK airports, and prices start from £20 each way, including tax.

Many of the flights will take you across the UK, with selected routes into Europe too - our favourites are listed below:

* Newcastle to Belfast City...£20
* Birmingham to Edinburgh...£25
* Norwich to Dublin...£30
* Southampton to Liverpool...£30
* Exeter to Paris...£30
* Manchester to Isle of Man...£31

The sale fares are valid for travel until 27 October 2007. When fares are displayed in the booking engine, they will be shown without taxes. These will be added once you've chosen your flights.
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#1
Just priced up a flight to and from the IOM, and the taxes cost about the same as the return flight! Voted cold
[mod]#2
Thanks for posting profeta :) Hopefully someone will be able to nab a cheapie flight.
#3
solid
Just priced up a flight to and from the IOM, and the taxes cost about the same as the return flight! Voted cold


Flights are always a rip off.

Cheapest I can actually get from IOM-LGW is £110 return, I've been trying to find a cheapie flight for months.

BA Connect was a lot cheaper!! :roll:
#4
Sorry guys!

Just wanted to help!!!

;-)
#5
wow these flights are extortionate when the taxes are added!

eg

flgihts Birmingham - Paris in mid-July
Flights = £41 per person
Taxes = £54 !!
#6
azz
wow these flights are extortionate when the taxes are added!

eg

flgihts Birmingham - Paris in mid-July
Flights = £41 per person
Taxes = £54 !!

So you really mean that the taxes are extortionate, not the flights. If the flight was a quid, the taxes would still be £54. This forum is trying to vie with MSE for wierdness.
#7
Note;

These are not " taxes ", part of this amount is, but most of it is a surcharge added by the airline.:roll:

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