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Norwegian - Gatwick to Singapore from £179.90 one way

£179.90 @ Norwegian Air Shuttle ASA
Got this today: We are thrilled to announce our first Asian non-stop route from London: Singapore! Not only will we fly you non-stop to The Lion City on our comfortable, modern Boeing 787 Dreamliner,… Read More
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Got this today:

We are thrilled to announce our first Asian non-stop route from London: Singapore! Not only will we fly you non-stop to The Lion City on our comfortable, modern Boeing 787 Dreamliner, we'll also offer it to you at a roaring fare: from just £179.90* one way!
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1 Like #1
Wow... calling the wife now! Good call
#2
Good Price
1 Like #3
Its a long walk back! Or £359.80 return.
Restrictions and baggage fees apply for the destinations listed below:

*London-Gatwick (LGW) – Singapore (SIN).
Subject to availability.
Booking period: 20 April 2017 – 26 April 2017.
Based on lowest one way fare incl. taxes and charges.
Available for travel: 28 September 2017 – 22 March 2018.
The offer does not apply for weekends or public holidays within the stated travel period.
The offer applies for 2500 seats on selected flights.
Availability correct as of 19 April 2017

Edited By: nougat on Apr 20, 2017 10:01
3 Likes #4
Wouldn't say it is a good price.
Remember add on costs for luggage and meals.
BA quoting £450 inc bag and meals
#5
okay but not that great, you can get it for this price with a proper airline if you look out for it.

Tiks to Australia often pop up for £500-550 return on thai airways for example
#6
Recently paid £480 rtn direct to HK in mid July with Cathay inc meals & 30 kg luggage (was 23kg last time we flew with cathay)


Edited By: Speculator on Apr 20, 2017 12:11: .
#7
Rather fly with an airline that includes baggage and meal etc
#8
Tie that in with some JetStar, Scoot or AirAsia action and you could get as far as Oz with some very reasonable prices
#9
It's only a good deal if you don't need checked baggage both ways. Though, this is one of the few sales at this time to cover Christmas and early 2018 travel.
1 Like #10
good deal!
#11
Quite a distance for those wild geese to fly
#12
Been there twice - absolute amazing place.
#13
Airport surcharge = £215.40 ..damn! ..for 2
Airport surcharge ..£107.70 for 1 person

Edited By: ceejay12 on Apr 20, 2017 17:23
#14
Bit of a marketing ruse here not as good as it seems check the real cost first.

Edited By: waterloo on Apr 20, 2017 17:37
1 Like #15
jimbo23
Been there twice - absolute amazing place.

It's good for a 2-3 days. I certainly wouldn't recommend going there for a 2 week holiday. It's incredibly expensive, in particular hotels and drinks. Food can be reasonable, but can also cost as much as Europe.

The flight price isn't particularly great as people have already mentioned. But if you're just using Singapore as a hub, it's great because air asia can take you to some very exotic and beautiful places in Indonesia and Malaysia, where money goes much further.
#16
manbearpig
jimbo23
Been there twice - absolute amazing place.
It's good for a 2-3 days. I certainly wouldn't recommend going there for a 2 week holiday. It's incredibly expensive, in particular hotels and drinks. Food can be reasonable, but can also cost as much as Europe.
The flight price isn't particularly great as people have already mentioned. But if you're just using Singapore as a hub, it's great because air asia can take you to some very exotic and beautiful places in Indonesia and Malaysia, where money goes much further.

exactly, prices are generally OK depending on where you go, but booze is extremely expensive!!

I never liked the place - I guess if you want a very mild, westernized introduction to SE Asia its good. But there are much, much more interesting places to visit nearby
#17
bringbring
okay but not that great, you can get it for this price with a proper airline if you look out for it.

Tiks to Australia often pop up for £500-550 return on thai airways for example


Never heard anyone describe Thai airways as a proper airline
#18
leechy010
bringbring
okay but not that great, you can get it for this price with a proper airline if you look out for it.
Tiks to Australia often pop up for £500-550 return on thai airways for example
Never heard anyone describe Thai airways as a proper airline

Clearly you've never flown with them. Perhaps you haven't heard much about them because they are based in Asia? I would honestly rate them right at the top as far as comfort, service and food goes (Qantas being my gold standard).

Better than these I've flown:
Emirates
Etihad
Virgin
KLM
Lufthansa
Malaysia
Air Italia

and of course all the budget and regional carriers in europe, asia, australia & america I've been on...


Edited By: bringbring on Apr 24, 2017 13:42
#19
bringbring
leechy010
bringbring
okay but not that great, you can get it for this price with a proper airline if you look out for it.
Tiks to Australia often pop up for £500-550 return on thai airways for example
Never heard anyone describe Thai airways as a proper airline

Clearly you've never flown with them. Perhaps you haven't heard much about them because they are based in Asia? I would honestly rate them right at the top as far as comfort, service and food goes (Qantas being my gold standard).

Better than these I've flown:
Emirates
Etihad
Virgin
KLM
Lufthansa
Malaysia
Air Italia

and of course all the budget and regional carriers in europe, asia, australia & america I've been on...



I only looked at your top 3 and then laughed! You will find Emirates, Etihad and Virgin have and all won more awards than Thai and board more than 3 times the amount of passengers. And yes I've flown on them all, Singapore being one of the best!

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