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Direct Non Stop Flights to Malaysia with BA or Malaysian for £352.00 @ Momondo

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Non stop flights to KL with BA or Malaysian. A good stopping off point to pick up Air Asia flights to the Islands or just to spend time in the capitol. BA flights on the 787 Dreamliner Malaysian f…
avoint Avatar2d, 6h agoFound 2 days, 6 hours ago18 Comments
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Borneo is the best place to visit in Malaysia, flying to Kota Kinabalu.
lazykitty888
luvadealme
anyone been around February time? is the weather supposed to be any good?


​great weather all year round. February are considerably dry in West coast. Visit to Penang & Langkawi island wud b highly recommended. I am originally from Malaysia.


​Fantastic country can't wait to go back at some point! Mee goreng, satay, milo... Yum
This a a good deal. KL isn't the greatest SE Asian city....but is a fantastic hub for cheap onward travel to other destinations like Thailand, Indonesia, Cambodia, Burma, Vietnam and even Australia....using very cheap but efficient airlines like air asia.

So voted hot....as they are both good airlines and they are direct flights. :)
got flights for end of May with Klm for £350. Newcastle to Malaysia via Amsterdam. under 15 hours. next cheapest was emirates with 34 hours travel time.
Jony5deals
Summer is their wet season usually
How dare they steal that idea from us :D
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UK - Nepal return flights from £300.00 January- 31st March 2017 @ Momondo

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Credit goes to secretflying Depart: London: £300 Manchester: £313 Inverness: £331 Glasgow: £389 DEPART: London/Manchester/Inverness/Glasgow, UK ARRIVE: Kathmandu, Nepal R…
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i went there in 2011 for a month to climb Mera Peak. Nepal is all about the trekking and you also take a flight to Lukla Airport which is the world's most dangerous. Kathmandu was a total dive though
Super hot, wish I had enough annual leave left
adamnsu
I m going share this with my Nepalese takeaway in Cheam where the food has gone downhill and the owner cannot take any criticism! Might be handy as his restaurant is always empty these days
Never knew there was a Nepalese takeaway in Cheam....until now.
They all say Indian restaurants.:|
daanuk
It's been my life's privilege to be able to travel across the globe and I can say with no prejudice that Nepal is the greatest country I've ever visited.
March will show you the great nature the country has to offer as the indigenous plants bloom, however vast expanses of mountains will be swathed in the haze of spring/summer so bear that in mind.
Take passport photos with you as you receive your visa on arrival.
Make sure you fly to Pokhara and take in the most magnificent lake, Lake Fewa and the spectacular views of the Fish Tail mountain (Machapuchare).
I'm returning again in October and I'll keep going back as long as my body lets me.
Yes,but did you get to meet the Yeti.:|
I don't have enough days left in 2017 for holidays :/ Two weeks ago, I would have been all over this, but I can't make it work now. When you leave on Friday night, you arrive on Saturday night and I can't justify Nepal for just 7 days ... Also, I don't think you can book these direct with the airline, only through 3rd party...
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Manchester or London, UK to Dubai, UAE from only £239.00 return @ momondo

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Manchester or London, UK to Dubai, UAE from only £239 roundtrip with KLM and Air France. Depart: Manchester: £239 London: £251 Example dates: Manchester – Dubai: £239 10th-19th Jan 12th-2…
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If you're interested in getting these deals before rosan13 copies and pastes them from SecretFlying without giving them any credit, you can subscribe directly: http://www.secretflying.com/2016/london-birmingham-manchester-dubai-uae-228-roundtrip/
Typical! NO half term dates or Easter dates included

Dubai - over glamorised and boring all modern.
for me its a stopover to malaysia, Singapore, Austrailia,

for the majority of us on HUKD just getting by financially in life visit Turkey, Egypt, Peru, Panama etc
plenty of value for money, sun, sea and HISTORY!
Would love to go :)
Not a fan of Dubai.

Still cheap - perhaps use it to bounce to a nice country like Aus.
how much is the hotel for February?
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Cheap flights: UK TO Manila, Phuket, Bangkok and other East Asian destinations £276.00 @ Momondo

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Cheap flights from London, UK to the Philippines, Hong Kong, Thailand or Singapore from only £275 roundtrip. Fly to: Manila: £275 Hong Kong: £286 Bangkok: £286 Phuket: £289 Singapore: £294
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Air China, LOL
Horrible airline, cold
heat for the effort
thanks
Great price so voted hot, but horrible stopovers in Beijing.

Fine for backpackers going for 3 months but not so good if you are only going for 2 weeks.
rosan13
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Thank you rosan !
You're welcome buddy 8)

Cheers to Secretflying which you just cut and pasted this from too!
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Manchester (UK) to Kathmandu (Nepal) via Qatar Airway £348.14 @ Momondo

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Search sample dates in Momondo. Price starting from as low as £348.14 return. DEPART: Manchester, UK ARRIVE: Kathmandu, Nepal RETURN: Manchester, UK DATES: Availability from January to Marc…
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rhinopaul
yorxman
where the feks the runway would be my first question?!!
One is in Manchester the other in kathmandu, where else would they be!!

It was tongue in cheek ffs
It's a fabulous country, the weather may be a little chilly at night but warm during the day. I've was there for three months this time last year. Do some volunteering. You won't regret it. A life is a terrible thing to waste.
rhinopaul
yorxman
where the feks the runway would be my first question?!!
One is in Manchester the other in kathmandu, where else would they be!!


​Qatar by any chance???
yorxman
where the feks the runway would be my first question?!!
One is in Manchester the other in kathmandu, where else would they be!!
where the feks the runway would be my first question?!!
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Heathrow to Boston Return with Virgin Atlantic £281.00 @ Momondo

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Direct Flights departing Heathrow on Friday 10th March Returning from Boston with flight departing on the night of Friday 24th March, arriving Saturday morning. Add another £40 if you want to st…
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Cold. It's cheap because it's Boston and no one ever wants to go to Boston.
rizler500
Any cheap hotels too? 14 days is quite long though
same price for a week's stay
10th-17th
17th-24th
24th-31st
Any cheap hotels too? 14 days is quite long though
And if you're lucky, you might have enough money to eat once or twice while you're there, given the way the pound is going against the dollar at the moment.

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Return flights from London Heathrow to Bangkok only £275.00 each (this is for 2 adults and 2 children) momondo.co.uk

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Looking to go to Bangkok next Easter with the kids and put in the search on Momondo for 2 adults and 2 children and got this price for each person. I'm definitely not a fan of Kuwait Airways but at t…
Hitya Avatar3m, 4w agoFound 3 months, 4 weeks ago3 Comments
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2 Adults? So it doesn't matter what sex they are...?
Kuwait airways is not bad its actually very good service only used them once but planes are very good
nigel Pearson' son will be on this
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London to New York Return Starting £231.00 with BA and Air Berlin @ Momondo

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London to New York Return Starting £231 with BA and Air Berlin, with a layover in Berlin or Dusseldorf, shorter stops are from £239 check on momondo Credit to Secret Flying. Availability from Novem…
sms12 Avatar4m, 6d agoFound 4 months, 6 days ago14 Comments
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Supposed to be a secret mate
https://www.ticketstoindia.co.uk/airlines/air-india.aspx - Direct to New York for £315 including two free suitcases!
This deal doesn't come up for me, only get WOW Air/Norwegian. What am I doing wrong?
I bought a priority pass recently for airport lounges. It's like £149 per year with 15 free visits if I recall correctly. You get snacks, food, showering facilities, alcohol, can charge your phone, etc. Pretty good if you travel often.

But yeah New York is cool. Has the rude/london type vibe but the food is fab. Especially the pizza 1 dollar a slice.

Edited By: KM4353 on Sep 14, 2016 21:34
Booked! Sweet!! 6th-14th January for £250 return including baggage with Berlin Air/BA. Can live with the 3 hour stop over for that price! Thanks :)
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Price Error?! RETURN Flights from London Gatwick to Xi An, Xianyang China - 7 Days £177.00pp @ Momondo

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Looks like an error, so no idea how long this will last. £177 It looks absolutely incredible out there. From Gatwick to Xi an 15th October until 22 Oct Will update post if i find more! 17 Sep…
NeoTrix Avatar4m, 3w agoFound 4 months, 3 weeks ago37 Comments
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smhumm1
I have found £179 return flights from Gatwick to Guangzhou in southern China in October. Check on Skyscanner or Cheapoair.

It's a shame it's not to Beijing (where I was hoping to go) and unfortunately the cities are rather far apart. However, for that price it's sorely tempting...!


​Great price, worth posting as a new deal
I have found £179 return flights from Gatwick to Guangzhou in southern China in October. Check on Skyscanner or Cheapoair.

It's a shame it's not to Beijing (where I was hoping to go) and unfortunately the cities are rather far apart. However, for that price it's sorely tempting...!
great place for travel;)
Am sat in an apartment block in a China town, (no idea where) just been built for over 500000, with 40000 inhabitants.
I love this place it's as mad a bag of frogs, which was very strange when I saw said bag.... I am booking if I can get this deal. Hot hot
BarrattsMini

Afternoon,
I'm new to FT forum. Would you mind suggesting where I look for the discounted flights?
Thanks

To keep is simple, just look at Mileage Run Deals sub-forum, lots of deals are posted daily (but also stops for days). You really need to know the airport codes and you need to act very very quickly before the deals expire.

Happy flight hunting
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UK Cities to Maui, Hawaii with BA and AA for £378.00 @ Momondo

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Different prices from UK Regional Airports (Not London).
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Jonno999
These flights go via London. Can you just pick up schedule from there? How does this affect your baggage?

No, Ticket will be cancelled! if you do not take all legs.
These flights go via London. Can you just pick up schedule from there? How does this affect your baggage?
premium economy £554 from Manchester with ba, and alaskan
Looks a fairly grueling itinerary. It's possible to find Business Class to Hawaii for about £1,000 flying from Dublin if booked far enough in advance (which is a super deal, as this is typically £3k+). April and Sept are often good times.
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Ridiculous Price - Sweden to Sydney with BA for £379.00 via Momondo

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Add in a £35 Reward Flight Saver and you are having a larf
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mad_design_man
Absolute poppycock the price says £739

Momondo still showing out 28 April, return 11 May for £379 or return 20 May for £411 but looks like even these have sold out......

Direct from LHR available from £622 on Momondo by moving dates around and flying BA/Cathay

Time to expire this thread

Edited By: glduuk on Jul 09, 2016 06:37
mad_design_man
Absolute poppycock the price says £739
Thanks for coming to the party, but you're a week late.
Absolute poppycock the price says £739
Madchester
Tempting but I have an outstanding speeding fine from 2013 that will probably prevent my entry into OZ.
I've got a outstanding ticket for jumping a red light from a few years ago - I got in fine last year I was worried it might trigger a cavity search or something ;)
rachelandgromit
Madchester
Tempting but I have an outstanding speeding fine from 2013 that will probably prevent my entry into OZ.
Nope, it is not linked to your UK licence. I know someone that had a fine then returned a couple of years later and rented a car again and got let in (and no it wasn't me)!

Are you 100% on that, I thought if I have outstanding fines it will come up when they check my passport.
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Return flights to Malaysia (e.g. Kuala Lumpur) £177.00 @ Momondo

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Error fare: direct flights for £177 round-trip with Malaysia Airline from Heathrow to Kuala Lumpur, Langkawi, Penang, Kota Kinabalu on select days, e.g. 8 – 18 Jun 16 – 30 Jun 23 Jun – 7 Jul 2…
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Dreamliner got nothing on the A380 mate.
It was one of Dr M brighter ideas and they could have if the PETRONAS monies or other income hasn't gone elsewhere.
Hmmm, let's play a guessing game and name the other three larger "cities" than Ipoh
I remember when Petronas was the 2nd largest company (by valuation) in the world - was a long time ago!
Defining urban conglomerations is getting more and more difficult due to sprawl and administrative boundary changes. Here's what Wikipedia says: Cities by population
I am going to be politically incorrect and say the article from wiki sounds like something straight out of demarcation between BN, PAS, DAP etc
do you mind me asking where "local" is for you? This post obviously attracted a lot of "locals" :)
Sure, born in KL, grew up in Petaling Jaya, and then in the outskirts of KL - Damansara Heights.
a Kl lang :)
My brother lives in PJ and for those interested, he did an app to navigate the best places to eat in Penang within a day (or 8 hours to be precise) and those who know Penang and the traffic, will find this a useful tool :)
The site looks like a nightmare - in the rush of getting it I wrote down the expiry date of my passport incorrectly and need to change it from 5th July 2020 to 4th July 2020. I emailed them - and now I realised that I can't see if there is a hold luggage included or not. Do you have any suggestions people? Really frustrating! :/
I don't think the expiry matters all that match; I believe it's just to check your passport won't expire before you are due to come back (not entirely certain). You should be able to add hold luggage direct from the airline itself.
I loved the Dreamliner (haven't been on an A380). Found the leg space much better than your typical plane

The 787 is the best plane I've ever flown on long haul, it's the better cabin pressure and oxygen values vs. others I reckon: it doesn't make your skin & sinuses yucky and make you feel like crap. I'd always choose it over any other if given option...
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Manchester to Bangkok £331.00 / £409 for Manila with Qatar airways

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Just spotted this... nice and cheap and a good time to visit South East Asia... Please note you can get cheaper prices to South East Asia such as Manila, but they are with China Southern - i would…
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Actually China southern are pretty good don't get them mixed up with air china ect. although i have only used them for shorter flights within china they have been fantastic every time. good find heat added

Edited By: sunkissed on Sep 14, 2016 14:55
Thanks.
I'm tempted to try 2 countries in a 2 week holiday later this year and you've just put this on the itinerary.
Anywhere else in SE Asia you'd highly recommend?

Do to travel issues in Burma (part of the charm), i would not recommend it if you are on a short time scale. It all depends on what you are after tbh...

I love the Philippines, but I would stay away from Manila - it's a great city, but you need to know the city or know someone who knows it to find out all the hidden spots... If do go, let me know and i will tell you where to go..

If you were doing island hopping / city holiday (based upon flight costs), i would do something like:

Hong Kong for a 3 nights, maybe pop over to Macau too...
Fly to Manila and then connect to Boracay for 3 or 4 nights (it has far too many tourists, but a lot of my friends still love it).
From Boracay, i would fly to Cebu and travel down to Oslob and go swimming with whale sharks 2 nights (only 2 nights to relax from travelling too).
Travel by boat to Bohol and spend 3 nights - could also go to siquijor on the way for a couple of nights...
From Bohol travel to Manila to fly home from or even back to Hong Kong for a night.

That's not a bad route... this one is easy enough to do, not too expensive, not too long on a bus etc... All depends how adventurous you are...
Thanks.
I'm tempted to try 2 countries in a 2 week holiday later this year and you've just put this on the itinerary.
Anywhere else in SE Asia you'd highly recommend?
What was great about Burma

I loved the feeling i got in Burma, you could tell things are starting to change, but things were still Asian. I am lucky and have travelled to over 100 countries including most of South-East Asia, never had this feeling before. They have cars with steering wheel on the right hand side, but drove on the left (cars from Japan, but driving the same side as the europeans) - highly dangerous.

With my domestic flights they just cancel or change the times when they wanted, i woke up at 2am - checked my emails as you do and i found out at 1am they emailed to say my flight had changed from 4pm to 6am. When i got the flight it must have been some big shot as lots of staff lined up to take photo's with him... One of my boarding passes was made from cardboard!

Beer is cheap, weather is good... Not been to the beach yet...

Loved the mix of indian in the culture...

Just lots of things, i could not put my finger on it.... 100% will go back.
What was great about Burma if you don't mind me asking?
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New York from Manchester 23 September to 1 October (First Class!) Icelandair . A price glitch bargain for a single traveller that will go in minutes unless anyone can find any other deals? £448.00 @ Momondo

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I was having a wander around the momondo website and put in details of a trip to New York that I am planning for myself and my wife only to find this apparent price glitch with Icelandair on the STA b…
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Really sorry if they won't honour the fare - just tried it again hours after posting and... still says first class both ways when you click through before paying. I have to say that I would have thought that you have had an invitation to treat (bit like seeing something in a shop window at a low price) and then you buy it based on the description. Shame on them if they do not honour it - they have had 9 hours to correct the issue!
Shambolic
dauphin
Can't thank you enough, sierra111 !! I'm near Glasgow, so thought I'd try the same dates from GLA - got it for £409.73! Wonder if it will be honoured - I will update.
Now £380 ;)

Might as well have been £3.80, the fare never existed! :(:(
Refund being arranged
Thanks OP
dauphin
Can't thank you enough, sierra111 !! I'm near Glasgow, so thought I'd try the same dates from GLA - got it for £409.73! Wonder if it will be honoured - I will update.

Now £380 ;)
More human error, now £413 return first class.
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London to Australia flights from £497.00 return (Sydney, Melbourne, Perth, Brisbane and more) via BA/CX/EY

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Great price for flights from London Heathrow to Australia on very good airlines - multiple dates but examples given are for April to June this year. Fly to: Adelaide from £497 with Royal Brunei &
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To those concerned about legroom in economy, it's worthwhile checking out sites like http://www.seatguru.com to check legroom stats. I flew LHR to SYD earlier this year with Etihad, who were alright. I'm a lanky 6'4" and was lucky to get bulkhead seats on 3 of the 4 flights- I'd have been pretty uncomfortable otherwise.
screddajames
Jamman
Has anyone here flown economy to Australia? How did you find it? Seriously considering going this year but dreading the 22hr flight time there in cramped seats and no sleep. Weighing up if it's worth spending a bit more and going for economy premium instead.
We've flown economy as a family four times - the first was with an 18 month and 4 year old, I wouldn't recommend that. But the other flights were fine - as soon as the kids were old enough to be engrossed by the TV screens we just let them vegetate for 24 hours. We've flown Singapore, Emirates, BA and Etihad and honestly there's not much to choose between them IMO. Most recent was Etihad (last month), the entertainment system on the A380 was superb by economy class standards (and not much worse on the other legs). It's slightly better to break the flight in Dubai / Abu Dhabi than Singapore because it makes for two more equal halves of the journey, changing at Singapore on the way back and realising you've still got 3/4 of the flight time to go was a bit depressing.
Don't forget to get an e-Visa (free, apply online) before you leave, the airline doesn't usually remind you.
Yes I got caught out with this last year when I unexpectedly went to Oz when staying in NZ. Virgin Australia charged me $50 to do a visa at the airport (free if you do it yourself) and watch out for channel 7 doing the Border Control programme.
Jamman
Has anyone here flown economy to Australia? How did you find it? Seriously considering going this year but dreading the 22hr flight time there in cramped seats and no sleep. Weighing up if it's worth spending a bit more and going for economy premium instead.

We've flown economy as a family four times - the first was with an 18 month and 4 year old, I wouldn't recommend that. But the other flights were fine - as soon as the kids were old enough to be engrossed by the TV screens we just let them vegetate for 24 hours. We've flown Singapore, Emirates, BA and Etihad and honestly there's not much to choose between them IMO. Most recent was Etihad (last month), the entertainment system on the A380 was superb by economy class standards (and not much worse on the other legs). It's slightly better to break the flight in Dubai / Abu Dhabi than Singapore because it makes for two more equal halves of the journey, changing at Singapore on the way back and realising you've still got 3/4 of the flight time to go was a bit depressing.

Don't forget to get an e-Visa (free, apply online) before you leave, the airline doesn't usually remind you.
BigYoSpeck
wenttoabetterplace
As a bit of a deal hound, I really dislike paying almost the same amount for a one way flight as for a return. Am I missing a trick - or is there a way to get cheap one way flights to Aus?
Skyscanner? There are flights as low as £375 on there if you're flexible on where you want to land and when you want to go
If the plan is long term travel or backpacking then sometimes it's worth checking out prices from Dublin, Paris or Amsterdam as well and including a trip to those locations as part of your journey.
Back in 2014 I went to Sydney via Amsterdam and Taipei which as well as making the journey cheaper than a single stop in say Abu Dhabi gave me a few days of travel in places I hadn't yet been.

I'm packing a bike...so multiple carriers/airports is out. China Southern don't charge extra for carrying bikes - so I guess £375 with no excess charges is worth the money. Flight duration isn't too bad either.

I just wish the international airfare pricing matched the European system - where one way flights are the same price as the outbound flights on a return airfare.
rohitmkiller
One con of choosing life as a teacher - can't take advantage of deals like this.
Voted Hot though.
Sorry HUKD users, I had to vent.
I think, London - Perth June 27 - May 6 is half term.
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Istanbul w/ Turkish Airlines from £84.00 - Half-term! at Momondo

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Ok so (indirect) credit to Holiday Pirates for the deal, they posted an Abu Dhabi trip from London etc. for £201 due to a Turkish Airlines campaign until end of March - which is fantastic. But what…
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oh man :( bad news eh
We are still going on our £83 tickets Turkish airline tickets. Tickets are now £197 with Momondo and £201 on Skyscanner. Looking forward to it still and hope there will be no more bombs. We'll be careful anyway and keep away from groups of tourists!. This really deserves to be a hot deal and I much appreciate this posting:)
oh man :( bad news eh
Oops
pigeonmount
Thankyou Jensbonde. Didnt go with Momondo but got 4 flights, via Skyscanner, with good flight times, meals and 23kg baggage each with Turkish Airlines at £83 each and we are staying at a great hotel for 5 days at a great price having subscribed to 'secret deals' with hotel.com. Your post prompted this 1/2 term holiday and it'll be a great education for my kids. I am looking forward to returning to great food, antiquity and shopping with a strong £ in our pockets

Happy to hear that! Let's hope the weather will be good that week :3
Thankyou Jensbonde. Didnt go with Momondo but got 4 flights, via Skyscanner, with good flight times, meals and 23kg baggage each with Turkish Airlines at £83 each and we are staying at a great hotel for 5 days at a great price having subscribed to 'secret deals' with hotel.com. Your post prompted this 1/2 term holiday and it'll be a great education for my kids. I am looking forward to returning to great food, antiquity and shopping with a strong £ in our pockets
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**Error Fare** Fly to the Dominican Republic (return) from London Gatwick for just £55.00 / Availability in Oct & Nov @ Thomson

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Please do not make further arrangements (unless you can cancel) as there is a fair chance that this may get cancelled. Credit to Secret flying. Flights via Thomson. http://www.wefly.co.uk/tra…
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i managed to book these flights i have a confirmed booking number and the payment has gone form my credit card. it is now more than 7 days since booking will they be honored do you think?
was working at one point.
the Secret Flying facebook page posted their email confirmation

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