Skyscanner Deals & Sales for 2016 - HotUKDeals
We use cookie files to improve site functionality and personalisation. By continuing to use HUKD, you accept our cookie and privacy policy.
Get the HUKD app free at Google Play

Search Error

An error occurred when searching, please try again!

Login / Sign UpSubmit

Skyscanner Deals & Discounts

89
40

low price Christmas and New year Flights to Mauritius - £469.00 @ Skyscanner

0
OK this is not going to float everyones boat, but it is a deal for christmas flights to an amazing place. Be warned though, hotel prices at this time of year will make you cry! - hope it works for som…
dealorama Avatar3w, 1d agoFound 3 weeks, 1 day agoAdd Comment
88

direct flights with Thomson from LGW to Phuket £263.00 @ Skyscanner

15
Thomson flights to Phuket £263 rtn the only company to go direct this is for jan 7th. Other dates available for same price or slight increase to £320ish My quote in the pic is return to phuket from…
adsthompson Avatar3w, 2d agoFound 3 weeks, 2 days ago15 Comments
Latest Comments
Post a comment
smiler594
I'm loving thomson lately! There are also flights to Mexico over xmas at £219!!


Nice although not too warm:(
I'm loving thomson lately! There are also flights to Mexico over xmas at £219!!
Aztec... thank you for taking the time to pass on this v. useful information

Jane
Nanajane
Hi I am hoping to go to Thailand in January on my own, although I will be spending part of the time with someone who owns a business outside the main tourist area. Would it be possible to go either to phuket at the end of the holiday and fly back to London from there?
I was wondering if anyone can recommend the best things to do\places to see in Thailand not necessarily phuket
I have been told to book a flight via skyscanner is this a good idea or is there a cheaper better way.
Do I need a visa..vaccination...I have in the past had tablets for malaria and was v ill so would rather not unless necessary
Money a..get it here or in Thailand ?
Anything else anyone would like to share
Thank you very much jane
Internal flights are super cheap if booked in advance (use skyscanner to search), so you can go to phuket and book where you want to go from there if cheaper.

Skyscanner is good for searching, book via the options on there.

Visa, free tourist for a month I think, just turn up at the airport and they'll stamp your passport, no advance visa needed.

Vaccination, speak to your GP, they'll look at where you are going and advise what you need. Phuket doesn't have a high risk of malaria, but your GP will advise better.

Money, take cash and change there. Loads of money changers around. Better rate outside of the airport.

For phuket would advise either a hire car or moped as taxis are really expensive (I stayed outside of patong). The tour's are really cheap though.
Hi I am hoping to go to Thailand in January on my own, although I will be spending part of the time with someone who owns a business outside the main tourist area. Would it be possible to go either to phuket at the end of the holiday and fly back to London from there?

I was wondering if anyone can recommend the best things to do\places to see in Thailand not necessarily phuket

I have been told to book a flight via skyscanner is this a good idea or is there a cheaper better way.

Do I need a visa..vaccination...I have in the past had tablets for malaria and was v ill so would rather not unless necessary

Money a..get it here or in Thailand ?

Anything else anyone would like to share

Thank you very much jane
427

London to Manila, the Philippines for only £268.00 return @ Skyscanner.net

24
Great deal from Air China. Return tickets form London to Manila are available for just £268. Book via skyscanner.net or momondo. February - May 2017. Sample date: 13 - 23 Feb
soundlovers Avatar3w, 2d agoFound 3 weeks, 2 days ago24 Comments
Latest Comments
Post a comment
Incredible deal, great find op !
Muttley196
Expired now £418 min

Just booked 2 adults and an infant for 599 - going in March, back in April....
JayR123
If you go to the Philippines, just remember not to go anywhere in the Southern islands. Kidnapping, ransom and murder of tourists there is not unusual. As a middle aged white male, I have been to the North a number of times but I wouldn't go too far South.


This is very important information, generally the government advises against travelling to the Philippines- Manila is extremely dangerous for one or two people, as Caucasians you really stand out and will attract all manner of people. The touristy areas have a ton of security and all the police carry guns so as long as you stick to decent areas you'll be fine.
Muttley196
Expired now £418 min

Still available, try 4 - 13 May
Expired now £418 min
93

London to Bali (Indonesia) Flights in November with Garuda - £349.00

17
Just booked some flights to Bali for next week for a snip at £349, so thought I'd share it. Flights are with Garuda and you may be surprised to find that they are consistently now voted one of the…
Bobbins Avatar3w, 2d agoFound 3 weeks, 2 days ago17 Comments
Latest Comments
Post a comment
reutunes
What a stupid comment about Bali. Kuta is awful but Ubud and Ghili Islands are pure bliss. Spent two weeks there and loved it. Ignore the troll.
Totally agree there is loads to do in Bali and the surrounding Islands most of it non touristy. This deal is over 15,400 miles of travel from London to Denpassar Bali return.
for only £349 its very cheap heat added!!!8)
Bobbins
patrick_000
Just don't fly internally on the various Indonesian airlines - rated worst in the world for safetyhttp://www.smh.com.au/world/indonesian-airlines-rank-lowest-in-world-for-safety-20160106-gm0hx4.html
Garuda meets European safety standards, because errr it flys to Europe.

As for other Indonesian Airlines, there record may not be great but your still 1000 times more likely to die in a road traffic accident to/from the airport.

Don't let it stress you out too much or you'd never step outside the door.


I did say internally - see airlines mentioned in that article. Garuda has been banned from Europe in the past after several crashes - the ban was lifted in 2009.
Airlines with a high accident rate generally have so due to poor maintenance and pilot training.
I would personally fly most airlines - I've flew Air Koryo from Beijing to Pyongyang (North Korea) 3 years ago in a 1960s Tupolev - that was a scary flight, it struggled to take off!
patrick_000
Just don't fly internally on the various Indonesian airlines - rated worst in the world for safetyhttp://www.smh.com.au/world/indonesian-airlines-rank-lowest-in-world-for-safety-20160106-gm0hx4.html
Garuda meets European safety standards, because errr it flys to Europe.

As for other Indonesian Airlines, there record may not be great but your still 1000 times more likely to die in a road traffic accident to/from the airport.

Don't let it stress you out too much or you'd never step outside the door.
Just don't fly internally on the various Indonesian airlines - rated worst in the world for safety
http://www.smh.com.au/world/indonesian-airlines-rank-lowest-in-world-for-safety-20160106-gm0hx4.html
What a stupid comment about Bali. Kuta is awful but Ubud and Ghili Islands are pure bliss. Spent two weeks there and loved it. Ignore the troll.
328

Direct return flights to Phuket Thailand, £269.00 - Thomson Airways

24
Thomson Airways have DIRECT flights from London Gatwick to Phuket on their Dreamliner 787 in November and December, best price £269 return (Baggage extra £60 for 20kg), flying on 4th or 11th November,…
Supermut Avatar1m, 22h agoFound 1 month, 22 hours ago24 Comments
Latest Comments
Post a comment
bednim
Maybe its also worth mentioning that there is a year of mourning in Thailand, since their king passed away... so it may not be the usual party place?

That would definitely make it more desirable
The link is just going to Skyscanner for me
Just booked my Dad a couple of weeks in the Phuket sun. He goes to Thailand 1 - 2 times a year. I always take a look at Thomson as they've been operating this flight direct to Phuket for a couple of years now and always heavily discount in November.

Couple this with around £250 for accommodation and £150 for spendies (enough for a couple of beers and Thai curry each evening), he gets away for £670 all in. Almost cheaper than staying at home and stoking up the boiler!
Let the ping pong games begin X)
194

london to Bangkok returns from £325.00 at Skyscanner

10
Possibly due to state of mourning - which finishes shortly - I am seeing very low fares on sky scanner.
GeorgeJungle Avatar1m, 3d agoFound 1 month, 3 days ago10 Comments
Latest Comments
Post a comment
boostii
schnide
boostii
It says so much about Thailand that all the lady boys and drug pushers stop flying in respect for their dead king. Doubt this would happen in UK if HRH Queen Elizabeth II passed :(
Is this post a joke? I'm struggling to find anything I can take seriously in this - whether it be the characterisation of all Thais as transsexuals and drug dealers (they're not), the idea that they alone are contributing to the drop in air fares (they aren't), the belief that there wouldn't be a mass outpouring of grief if Elizabeth died (there would), or even that there necessarily should be some (there shouldn't be, imho - but that's because I don't think any particular family should be given huge privileges over the rest of the country just because of who their parents are/were).
​Sorry it was a wind up, my bad, not cool, I have a lot of respect for the Thais, especially their work at Leicester City, not just the money but the Buddhist monks blessing the pitch etc there was some sort of magic being worked there last season, that's for sure.

well it ain't working this year
schnide
boostii
It says so much about Thailand that all the lady boys and drug pushers stop flying in respect for their dead king. Doubt this would happen in UK if HRH Queen Elizabeth II passed :(

Is this post a joke? I'm struggling to find anything I can take seriously in this - whether it be the characterisation of all Thais as transsexuals and drug dealers (they're not), the idea that they alone are contributing to the drop in air fares (they aren't), the belief that there wouldn't be a mass outpouring of grief if Elizabeth died (there would), or even that there necessarily should be some (there shouldn't be, imho - but that's because I don't think any particular family should be given huge privileges over the rest of the country just because of who their parents are/were).


​Sorry it was a wind up, my bad, not cool, I have a lot of respect for the Thais, especially their work at Leicester City, not just the money but the Buddhist monks blessing the pitch etc there was some sort of magic being worked there last season, that's for sure.
boostii
It says so much about Thailand that all the lady boys and drug pushers stop flying in respect for their dead king. Doubt this would happen in UK if HRH Queen Elizabeth II passed :(

Is this post a joke? I'm struggling to find anything I can take seriously in this - whether it be the characterisation of all Thais as transsexuals and drug dealers (they're not), the idea that they alone are contributing to the drop in air fares (they aren't), the belief that there wouldn't be a mass outpouring of grief if Elizabeth died (there would), or even that there necessarily should be some (there shouldn't be, imho - but that's because I don't think any particular family should be given huge privileges over the rest of the country just because of who their parents are/were).
November is always Cheap ... Thompson were doing £299 return from Phuket.
November. I have been watching it for a while on SkyScanner, Hopper and Kayak. Never non-stop always with a changeover often in Shanghai, or Oman.
31

LHR to Panama return March-April 2017 £384.00 - Skyscanner

2
Flights booked through Omega Flight Store, confirmed within seconds including flight numbers and airline booking number (etickets only). No extra charges/booking fees. 1 hour 15 mins stopover in…
muntyflumple Avatar2m, 3d agoFound 2 months, 3 days ago2 Comments
Latest Comments
Post a comment
muntyflumple
anonimousse
muntyflumple
Dates we booked were 23rd March-8th April 2017, London Heathrow to Panama.
Hmmm..end of tax year, a friendly visit to the ol' bean counter? *nudge* *wink* ;--))
Don't understand, sorry?
Seriously? Panama papers? Off shore tax haven scandal? Global tax dodging? You should listen to the news more often!
anonimousse
muntyflumple
Dates we booked were 23rd March-8th April 2017, London Heathrow to Panama.
Hmmm..end of tax year, a friendly visit to the ol' bean counter? *nudge* *wink* ;--))

Don't understand, sorry?
77

London to Los Angeles Lax from £421.00 or £446 direct on Virgin via Skyscanner

3
Outbound flight on 13rd October from LGW with stop at Las Vegas for over 3 hours. Coming back to London Heathrow on 20th October. I would go for the direct flight though, it's only 5£ more. Leaving…
Farhan83 Avatar2m, 1w agoFound 2 months, 1 week ago3 Comments
Latest Comments
Post a comment
That's nothing too special to be honest
Do you guys know any good hotel in LA?
booked through skyscanner on virgin Atlantic departing 6th returning16th November this afternoon for £387 including credit card charges
262

London to Chile for just £348.00 return @ Skyscanner

6
Cheap return flights from Heathrow to Santiago with Alitalia. Plenty of dates to choose between November 2016 and March 2017. Flights involve a convenient connection in Rome.
soundlovers Avatar2m, 1w agoFound 2 months, 1 week ago6 Comments
Latest Comments
Post a comment
This was actually around £299 a few days ago, but as I recall it was only giving you around 5 nights in Chile.

Love Chile and Patagonia, last year I was in Torres Del Paine National Park on NYE and hiking Las Torres on new years day, amazing!
buttondup
you can find the cheapest by looking at the monthly chart

Yes but once you click through the prices go up by about £80. The prices on the calendar are 'from' prices. There appear to be none for £348 whatsoever.
you can find the cheapest by looking at the monthly chart
I tried about 10 different combinations that showed as £348 initially on skyscanner's monthly calendar from Heathrow to Santiago, but they all came out around £450. It's still a good price, but I think that they have probably updated the fares to a higher price. Is anyone managing to find flights for £348?
Bargain price!!!
320

cheap flights to toronto return £210.00 @ Skyscanner

19
various cheap flights for LGW to toronto (last time this was so cheap it was 5yrs ago and hit +1500degrees!) indirect (WOW air) 8th-22nd october £210 or 6th-21st november £231 (WOW air) or same
nav111 Avatar2m, 1w agoFound 2 months, 1 week ago19 Comments
Latest Comments
Post a comment
Set up an alert with Skyscanner or Kayak as in the past few weeks prices have dropped under £200 but you have to be quick.
OFI
RayB
Skyscanner's website was so difficult to use, I felt it might reflect the quality of their service! Cold.
What's difficult about it?
Enter dates and an airport and search.
Or select "Whole Month" then "Charts" and pick based on the daily rate cost.
That said guess the £210 flight is gone. But you can go 6th Nov to 7th Nov for £205!



Agreed, not difficult at all. Also whats that got to do with this deal? That's like reviewing a product negatively because of the service you got from where you bought it from.
I recently used the WOW air to travel to US and I have a word of advice:
* keep your warm clothes close as you might need in on the flight (including winter hats and gloves) as it was very, very cold
* get your own food onboard as they food they are serving is relatively expensive, very bad, you have to wait for it long and do not think that you will have time to eat something in between flights as they are almost always late and you have 0 time to do any shopping
BigBen75020
WOW ITS COLD THERE. WOW WINTER STARTING.

YES, TORONTO GETS FAIRLY CONSISTENT SEASONAL WEATHER...

Spring: March 20 - June 20
Spring is a rainy season in most of Toronto. Daytime temperatures rise throughout the season, but the nights are cool. The average temperature during the day is about 12°C in March, April and early May.

Summer: June 21 - September 21
Summer begins on June 21 but, to most Torontonians, July and August are the main months of summer. In summer, the weather is very warm in most parts of the province and daytime temperatures are usually above 20°C and often rise above 30°C. On TV and radio you will hear warnings about health problems caused by heat, sun and smog.

Fall (also called autumn): September 22 - December 20
Fall begins in September. The weather gets cool and the leaves on many trees change colour and fall to the ground. It can also be very rainy at this time of year. In these months, the average daytime temperatures are about 10°C - 12°C.

Winter: December 21 - March 19
In winter, it is cold and snows often. During the winter months (December, January and February), the temperature in most of Toronto is usually below 0°C, day and night. Temperatures can drop below -25°C. Snow can be on the ground from the middle of December until the middle of March. Winters can be very cold and snowy. If you come from a warm country, you might be surprised by how cold it can get. Winter is a time for fun in the snow, but it is important to learn about the dangers of the cold and how to stay warm.

Here are some of the winter clothes you will need:
Thick, windproof coat
Scarf – for around your neck or across your face
Gloves or mittens
Warm underwear
Winter hat that covers your ears
Warm boots that are lined and/or waterproof
WOW ITS COLD THERE. WOW WINTER STARTING.
321

cheap flights gran canaria £36.00pp return @ Skyscanner

3
just seen short trip to gran canaria (LPA) 3rd of november ryanair- for two adults and two children (older than 2) for £75.44 outbound from london stansted return easy jet flights to southend £70.4…
nav111 Avatar2m, 1w agoFound 2 months, 1 week ago3 Comments
Latest Comments
Post a comment
That's worth it even if only 2 people travel. At least you can have the seats either side of you empty
Fine if you've got someone to drop you off/pick you up at the different airports. No good if you're using your own car or public transport (where two singles are often way more than a return).
meant to say outbound flight ryanair from stansted
296

Qatar Airways - Edinburgh or Birmingham to Kuala Lumpur from £279.00

9
From Edinburgh for £279, from Birmingham for £307 at Skyscanner. These fares are available for travel in October and November. Sample date for EDI 4 - 11 October, for BHX 13 - 23 October.
soundlovers Avatar2m, 3w agoFound 2 months, 3 weeks ago9 Comments
Latest Comments
Post a comment
Nice find. Unfortunately I have already booked with Emirates. Following on from what manbearpig said I tend to use KL as a staging post for my travels around Asia. Having relatives there makes it easier. I much prefer KL to sterile and overpriced Singapore. You can also get to Penang, Langkawi and Melaka for no more than a few pounds. The food in Penang is fantastic.

Air Asia has enabled me to travel to Thailand, Vietnam, Cambodia, Sarawak, Australia etc on numerous occasions for peanuts. So if you havnt been to the Far East use a deal like this to get you there. Take a side trip with Air Asia. Finally the hotels in the Far East tend to be far superior to what we are used to in GB at about a 1/3 of the cost. Book with breakfast and you are looking at around £35-£70. Fancy somewhere really nice try the Rasa Sayang in Penang or the Shangri La in Chiang Mai.
Present
Not coming up at £279 for me?



Yeah £460 for me, can't find those prices for those dates
KL is a bit of a **** but it''s a good springboard
Not coming up at £279 for me?
Quasar not available from bhx!
224

Dominican Republic flights from Gatwick £219.00 return @Thomson

13
I've found some cheap return flights over to the Dominican Republic later this month on Thomson Airways. Departing Gatwick on 14th September and returning 5th October. Flights are direct to Punta Cana…
TrekTrendy Avatar2m, 4w agoFound 2 months, 4 weeks ago13 Comments
Latest Comments
Post a comment
yespleasesir
Save your money . Place is a dive. It's Caribbean on the cheap. And dangerous. Better off going to Portugal or Spain this time of year and you'll be safer

And of course much, much colder
Save your money . Place is a dive. It's Caribbean on the cheap. And dangerous. Better off going to Portugal or Spain this time of year and you'll be safer
pavel76
... so "High Risk - Widespread" same as Cape Verde(cheap flights recently posted by OP)... no suprise Thomson have many empty seats, so selling cheaply

Yes and so does Singapore, Thailand, Barbados, Mexico, Antigua, Fiji.. the list goes on. These countries have always had high risk of Malaria, Dengue fever etc you just have to be careful and wear Mosquito repellent. It's just the fact of travel, always has been and always will. No one is forcing you to go - it's still an excellent deal to an exotic location which you'd usually have to spend a lot more money getting to.
More than a couple of rainy days , October has an average of 10 to 14 days that rains , now it might only rain for an hour or so . The temps will be around 24-28 . And yes Zika like a few of the Caribbean islands , even Cancun has had 1 case of Zika

Edited By: yozzman1234 on Sep 05, 2016 17:46: Spelling
... so "High Risk - Widespread" same as Cape Verde(cheap flights recently posted by OP)... no suprise Thomson have many empty seats, so selling cheaply
235

Cape Verde flights from Gatwick £165.00 return @Thomson Airways

14
I've found some really cheap last minute return flights over to Cape Verde departing London Gatwick on the 5th and returning 19th September all in for just £165. Flights are with Thomson Airways.
TrekTrendy Avatar2m, 4w agoFound 2 months, 4 weeks ago14 Comments
Latest Comments
Post a comment
sonny3sum
Cold! Bah humbug, in term time no good for me....this is the normal price for when kids are at school....goes for all holidays and flights to anywhere!
Voting cold just makes it less likely for people who would benefit from the deal from seeing it. I also see you haven't bothered to even post a deal in 7 years as a member. Why do you even bother coming on here as your head seems in a different place?



Edited By: patg2005 on Sep 04, 2016 10:52
futura
How does this work with the visa as their website says you have to apply at least 7 days in advance to get a visa?
You can get a visa when you get there.
You just have to que up for one
sonny3sum
Cold! Bah humbug, in term time no good for me....this is the normal price for when kids are at school....goes for all holidays and flights to anywhere!
Not everyone has kids and is restricted to school holidays. How exactly is this the normal price? Maybe do your research on flight prices before rejecting a price just because you can't benefit from it 8)
Cold! Bah humbug, in term time no good for me....this is the normal price for when kids are at school....goes for all holidays and flights to anywhere!
Ok thanks it was putting boa vista as airport not sal. No week flights left just the return on 19th now to long for me.

Edited By: waterloo on Sep 03, 2016 21:07
1070Expired

Fantastic DEAL Dubai 2 week+ bargain holiday flights £45.00 one way return in October saving over £300 each, for quick cheap Getaway in October, Ideal weather in Dubai

147
Flight to dubai only £112 total return from london quick cheap getaway in october , ideal dubai weather Autumn Summer SUN This is a great bargain deal i found and would book but unfortunately un…
Asam22 Avatar3m, 2w agoFound 3 months, 2 weeks ago147 Comments
Latest Comments
Post a comment
chooo chooo Hot from me
Enjoy life trolls, Live abit travel the world
EN1GMA
EXCELLENT,TRUE OF THIS SITE THESE DAYS. This is a deal on Dubai and yet people will just rail road this with other comments nothing to do with the deal.

My comments and those of others have everything to do with the deal, they concern the human rights abuses that go on in the UAE (see the previous comments including links detailing such abuses). There are people who actually care whether or not the country they want to visit is a good place y'know.

whether its 'halal' food items, deals discounted because of Eid, or holidays to places like dubai, it seems for some, thats a green light for a criticism on Muslims and Islam. and the Mods? they'll just allow it.

Who said anything bad about Muslims? I was talking about (among other things) the UAE's apostasy law. It is a perfectly legitimate criticism, especially for people who care about the human rights record of the country they're considering visiting.
If there was a deal for a cheap flight to SA during apartheid, it would be perfectly legitimate to talk about apartheid then.

Your second comment is a red herring and off-topic BTW.
There's no compulsion in Islam.
Again, if the Law is being misused, then that's the authorities. However, if it was so barbaric or extreme then we wouldn't get millions of people emigrating to the Middle East just so that they are earning tax free incomes!

Islam is a religion of peace, unfortunately there are too many people with limited understandings of this beautiful religion.

People are so oblivious to the truth that they don't even want to open their eyes. Education is the key to success.
copperspock
roadie
copperspock
roadie
Please read upon the laws of apostasy and you will know that it isn't what it is explained in the media, it's very difficult to prove, there are witnesses required and so forth.
Do you actually realise how that sounds? 'Certain conditions have to be met before a person can be killed for changing their mind and leaving a religion'.
Murder is murder. UAE has a law that says people who leave religion X should be murdered. Do you understand people's opposition to a ruling that says a person should be murdered for a thought 'crime'?
Like the laws of adultery, fornication etc etc, they are hardly practiced due to the "extremely difficult nature of getting witnesses". Again, this applies with the laws of apostasy, loads of people leave Islam.
So it seems you don't realise how it sounds.
Let me rephrase it: the supposed difficulty in getting prosecutions is irrelevant to the fact that there is a law in the UAE that says people should be murdered for just leaving a religion. The law itself is the worst possible violation of the right to freedom of religion. Do you understand this?
Murder is murder. And yes, a threat to murder is still a threat to murder, regardless of whether that threat is carried out.

I think it is morally wrong to murder people for leaving a religion. Do you? I would hope so.

You are also failing to consider what the very existence of the law means: people who are too afraid to openly speak about their apostasy, to live their lives free from Islam. Just search for ex-muslims of 'country x' on facebook and you will see countless examples of people who have to hide their identity because they fear for their lives/safety/well-being.

If there was a law that said people who leave Christianity would be murdered, the number of prosecutions would be irrelevant, because it would still mean that there would be people who would have to fear for their lives and safety because of this barbaric law that punishes supposed thought 'crimes'.

Do you even know what Shariah Law is?


Yes I'm very familiar with it. And no, I don't get my information from tabloid newspapers. I get it from the religious scriptures, the various schools of jurisprudence, the scholars etc.

Let's also clarify, capital punishment exists in lots of countries, the UK had capital punishment, America still does as does Singapore, Pakistan, China, Thailand etc etc.
False equivalence fallacy. The US does not murder people for simply leaving a religion (though I am opposed to all forms of capital punishment).

I think there are more people who are dying innocently in this world than going on about apostasy. How many innocent people are dying on a daily basis due to corruption, terrorism, greed and power on a daily basis? Should we not protest??
You have a habit of using flawed reasoning. This is the fallacy of relative privation and is a flaming red herring.

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/List_of_fallacies#Red_herring_fallacies

Fallacy of relative privation ("not as bad as") – dismissing an argument or complaint due to the existence of more important problems in the world, regardless of whether those problems bear relevance to the initial argument.

The fact that there exists problem Y that is seemingly greater in magnitude than problem X, does not negate the fact that problem X is still a problem.

I'd send a video about apostasy but its slightly complicated so don't want to confuse you.
Your condescension is noted though unnecessary. I understand perfectly well how immoral and barbaric the apostasy ruling is.

I wasn't trying to be condescending what' so ever. It was merely in Arabic and I didn't want to confuse you. However if you are a Muslim/ex muslim etc, or you maybe someone who knows Arabic then I shall upload it.

There are hundreds of ex Muslims sites not just on Facebook but on the Web. Some are purely farcical nonsense.

Just because a law exists, it doesn't make that law wholly law bearing. There is discretion
Let's take for example the law of murder in Islam, there is also an element of clemency whereby blood money can be made as so that the other paltry can forgive or use it as a bargaining plea etc etc.

Similarly the UK and many commonwealth countries use the law of manslaughter to get a lesser sentence and for the majority they will plead diminished responsibility or They will plead insanity.

What are the crime rates of the UAE, what's the murder rate? Is it as high as the UK, USA or South Africa?
×
Get the Hottest Deals Daily
Stay informed. Once a day, we'll send you the deals our members voted as the best.
Failed
249

Return flights to Cape Verde from London £191.00 @Thomson Airways

12
Found some rather cheap last minute flights direct to Cape Verde for £191 return, flying from London Gatwick. Flying on Thomson Airways on their Dreamliner service. Dates: ** 19th August - 2n…
TrekTrendy Avatar3m, 3w agoFound 3 months, 3 weeks ago12 Comments
Latest Comments
Post a comment
taker920
Zikatastic deal

I guess your PC had a virus when you thought of that :D
176 for 19-26th
Would love a hepatitis E type jag!
pooka
Any one going to cape verde should make sure you get a Hepattitis A jag or you could spend 2 months off work with it and your family will have to get hep A jags too. it wasnt a cheap holiday after all!!!
Hepatitis A Jags? Presumably a new type of Luxury Sports Disease?
patg2005
pooka
Any one going to cape verde should make sure you get a Hepattitis A jag or you could spend 2 months off work with it and your family will have to get hep A jags too. it wasnt a cheap holiday after all!!!
Have you been to the destination or are you just an expert on jags?

will give you one guess?
471

Direct flights to Cancun, Mexico from Newcastle £219.00 @Thomson Airways

9
Found some cheap last minute flights over to Cancun from Newcastle £219 return. Flying with Thomson Airways on their 787 Dreamliner. Dates 17th - 31st August 2016
TrekTrendy Avatar3m, 3w agoFound 3 months, 3 weeks ago9 Comments
Latest Comments
Post a comment
Avoid if you're pregnant or planning on getting pregnant soon as it's an area with Zika virus spreading via mosquitoes!

http://wwwnc.cdc.gov/travel/notices/alert/zika-virus-mexico
NitrousUK
I wonder why it's so cheap...


Watch the news or read up about Mexico! I'd love to go but work doesn't allow me! I love to take risks
NitrousUK
I wonder why it's so cheap...
That was in way back in Feb. I'm pretty sure they have sorted out any wee issues they may have had and swept it under the carpet. :|
80 quid for a bag
78

London to Kathmandu, Nepal £313.00 return Thai airways

9
Thai airways are having a rather aggressive sale it seems, already seen the NZ offer but this is a crazy price for return flights to Kathmandu, Nepal. Departs from London Heathrow. Dates seem to b…
TrekTrendy Avatar3m, 3w agoFound 3 months, 3 weeks ago9 Comments
Latest Comments
Post a comment
gajenpun
rhinopaul
mcormack
rhinopaul
Narcotix
I've always wanted to visit Nepal.
Think I'll need to do some research first though.
Thanks OP
​If you've always wanted to visit then it sounds like you've had plenty of time to research. There are people who dream and people that do. Don't be a dreamer. Its a beautiful place with lots to do.
So where did you venture in Nepal? I'm a dreamer and I've travelled all over Nepal.
Then your not a dreamer and someone that acts on what they want to do in life instead of wishing they could.
I did the usual Everest base camp,Kala Patthar, Chitwan, Pokhara, and Kathmandu .
​and also birth place of lord buddha "Lumbini", annapurna base camp (abc) best for trekking.
I think the annapurna circuit is probably best for trekking as the ABC is a line walk, there and back again. The 21 day Everest trek is next on the agenda for Nepal and me. Brilliant, beautiful place.
rhinopaul
mcormack
rhinopaul
Narcotix
I've always wanted to visit Nepal.
Think I'll need to do some research first though.
Thanks OP
​If you've always wanted to visit then it sounds like you've had plenty of time to research. There are people who dream and people that do. Don't be a dreamer. Its a beautiful place with lots to do.
So where did you venture in Nepal? I'm a dreamer and I've travelled all over Nepal.
Then your not a dreamer and someone that acts on what they want to do in life instead of wishing they could.

I did the usual Everest base camp,Kala Patthar, Chitwan, Pokhara, and Kathmandu .


​and also birth place of lord buddha "Lumbini", annapurna base camp (abc) best for trekking.
mcormack
rhinopaul
Narcotix
I've always wanted to visit Nepal.
Think I'll need to do some research first though.
Thanks OP
​If you've always wanted to visit then it sounds like you've had plenty of time to research. There are people who dream and people that do. Don't be a dreamer. Its a beautiful place with lots to do.
So where did you venture in Nepal? I'm a dreamer and I've travelled all over Nepal.
Then your not a dreamer and someone that acts on what they want to do in life instead of wishing they could.

I did the usual Everest base camp,Kala Patthar, Chitwan, Pokhara, and Kathmandu .
rhinopaul
Narcotix
I've always wanted to visit Nepal.
Think I'll need to do some research first though.
Thanks OP
​If you've always wanted to visit then it sounds like you've had plenty of time to research. There are people who dream and people that do. Don't be a dreamer. Its a beautiful place with lots to do.
So where did you venture in Nepal? I'm a dreamer and I've travelled all over Nepal.
Narcotix
I've always wanted to visit Nepal.

Think I'll need to do some research first though.

Thanks OP


​If you've always wanted to visit then it sounds like you've had plenty of time to research. There are people who dream and people that do. Don't be a dreamer. Its a beautiful place with lots to do.
1370Expired

London to Auckland from £348.00 for a round trip! (Thai Airways) skyscanner

137
Many dates to choose from for travel from September to June 2017. Flights are operated by Thai Airways. Sample dates: 04.09 – 25.09 02.11 – 11.11 02.11 – 16.11 09.11 – 23.11 16.02 – 28.02 01.…
TripWatcher Avatar3m, 3w agoFound 3 months, 3 weeks ago137 Comments
Latest Comments
Post a comment
nnj10
MnMs
Hi guys
Anyone know If you book via a 3rd party if your still able to get airmiles with the airline?
Thanks,
MM
Yes you would get airmiles.
however this is likely booked under W class (deep discounted economy) so you (and me too) will get only 25% of base miles flown.
I think round trip LHR-BKK-AKL is 24000 miles, so we might get around 6000 miles for our efforts.
The question is which program (of Star Alliance membership) allows higher than 25% of base miles flown on Thai W class ticket.


can i ask who you use for air miles? i fly all over the place but never bothered with air miles
Did anyone else go for the cheap business fares on offer at the same time. We managed to land two business class tickets all the way rtns. for £1800 each. For Business that is a great fare, and Thai business class rated above British Airways for comfort and service. On Skyscanner for same dates now £2650 and on the Airways own web site now £4000 each! Madness variation in prices.
I called today to pay for my flights as I had only held them on Saturday. I didn't mention about error fares etc, she just went over my details and confirmed the cost, she took my card details and then passed them over to their ticketing team, I then got an email with my e-tickets around an hour later, so I would say we are all good to go, as this would have been their chance to say hang on something is wrong here. Hope we all enjoy Thailand, Bangkok and in my case australia!
MnMs
Hi guys
Anyone know If you book via a 3rd party if your still able to get airmiles with the airline?
Thanks,
MM

Yes you would get airmiles.
however this is likely booked under W class (deep discounted economy) so you (and me too) will get only 25% of base miles flown.

I think round trip LHR-BKK-AKL is 24000 miles, so we might get around 6000 miles for our efforts.
The question is which program (of Star Alliance membership) allows higher than 25% of base miles flown on Thai W class ticket.
keefly
So they said they will honour all the tickets?
What reason do you have to question his honesty?

Just asking. Sorry.
218

Pre-Christmas Return Flights from Inverness to New York £286.00 via Skyscanner

8
Not a bad price for those that want a pre-Christmas shopping trip. Edit: 1st - 7th of December Indirect flights: 24 hours each way! - chocci Ignore my comment above as misread flight times…
Eddie42 Avatar4m, 3w agoFound 4 months, 3 weeks ago8 Comments
Latest Comments
Post a comment
11hours is pretty goos for an indirect service from a local airport heat added
7th to 12th now down to £265 , superb spot
What you see on skyscanner is not always what you will pay, worth checking first to avoid disappointment
http://i346.photobucket.com/albums/p429/wagster1012/Capture_zps0txlhkor.jpg


Edited By: wagster on Jul 11, 2016 20:21
7th - 12th shows as £266.
Voucher CodesShowHide
There are no results.

Finding Bargain Flights, Car Hire and Accommodation At Skyscanner.net

SkyscannerSkyscanner was founded in the early 2000s to fill a gap in the online market. Up to that point, nobody had come up with an easy to use, comprehensive database of flights, making it hard to compare different airlines and find the best deal. Starting out with European coverage, the firm soon added routes all over the world, giving it a truly global reach. Nowadays, Skyscanner attracts 50 million users per month and has become one of the UK’s most trusted travel companies. It’s a great place to find flights, car hire prices and accommodation.

Skyscanner – Travelling Easy

Skyscanner – The Interactive Travel Search Engine

Skyscanner acts as a search engine, and doesn’t sell products directly. Instead, users log onto www.skyscanner.net, enter their search parameters and then connect with individual airlines or accommodation providers via links on the Skyscanner search results page.

Product Categories at Skyscanner

The Skyscanner website has three major categories, including:

  • Flights – The core of the business is its global database of flights, which includes services from famous names like American Airlines, British Airways, and Qantas. Customers can search for one-way, return or multi-city flights, choose different ticket classes and add as many passengers as they need. There is also a handy price comparison tool to link up with other sites like Hotels.com or Expedia.
  • Hotels – Skyscanner also enables you to find the right accommodation for your holiday. Just enter your destination, your arrival and departure dates, and Skyscanner will supply a range of trusted hotels and other accommodation options with vacancies during your travel period. The database includes information from major brands like Hilton and Holiday Inn, as well as listings from Expedia and Hotels.com.
  • Car Hire – The final part of the Skyscanner website is the car hire search facility. This allows travellers to access quotes for car hire in their destination city and has a special section for renting camper vans and caravans. Along with car hire, Skyscanner also allows you to search for airport transfers, so that you can cover all of the bases for your next trip.

Skyscanner holiday city break

Brands Featured on Skyscanner.net

Skyscanner works with some of the biggest brands in global travel, including:

Making a Purchase With Skyscanner

Skyscanner provides all of the tools you need to design a holiday from scratch. Everything is carried out via the site’s easy to use search engine. Choose car hire, hotels or flights and enter your requirements. Skyscanner then searches all of the relevant databases and delivers a set of suitable search results. When you find a deal that you like, you can press the “Select” button and you’ll be taken to the website of one of Skyscanner’s partners.

Another way of making a purchase is to check out the City breaks, Travel guides and Countries sections. The city breaks section is particularly useful for short trips to destinations like Munich or Prague, as it supplies travel advice along with links to flight and accommodation companies.

Finding a Destination with Skyscanner

Registering with Skyscanner

Users have the option of registering with Skyscanner, which makes it easier to manage your flights. As a member, you can also create alerts that inform you when the price of particular flights change. That way, you can track a route across time, waiting until the right deal comes along. You can also link your account to social media and friends, which can help when organising group trips.

Sales at Skyscanner

Finding cheap flights on the Skyscanner website is easy. There’s no need for a special sales section, as customers can just filter their search results by price to find the cheapest deals. Members of Skyscanner also receive a regular newsletter which includes a curated section of the latest offers, so be sure to sign up and check it out.

Some times of year see a spike in travel deals. For example, ski deals are cheaper at the start and end of the skiing season, while Mediterranean destinations tend to be cheaper as summer fades. November is also a good time to check out the latest deals, as the Black Friday retail event sees many travel firms drop their prices dramatically. Be sure to bookmark the Skyscanner HotUKDeals listings to catch all of their seasonal offers.

Skyscanner holiday planner

Payment Methods Accepted by Skyscanner

Skyscanner operates as a search facility, bringing together information from airlines, hotel companies and car hire firms. Because of this, Skyscanner does not take payments itself. Instead, they provide links to partner companies who handle payments. Generally, they will take major credit and debit cards like MasterCard and Visa, although PayPal is becoming more popular with travel companies as well.

Skyscanner’s Social Media Presence

If you want to stay informed about all of the latest travel deals, Skyscanner have an active social media presence. Their channels also provide plenty of features about events and destinations, with recommendations about what to eat, where to visit and how to have fun when you travel with Skyscanner’s partners. You can follow them on:

Skyscanner travel app

Another good way of staying in touch with the firm’s offers is by joining the Skyscanner forums. Here you’ll find user-contributed deal hacks and plenty of travel advice on everything from illness and insurance to festivals.

Skyscanner also runs a range of blogs, featuring exclusive content about worldwide travel destinations. It’s also a great place to find out about how to use smartphones to get the most out of your travel experience.

Members also receive a regular newsletter, with features, links and suggested deals, so be sure to sign up when you join.

Using the Skyscanner Apps

Along with its online search portal, Skyscanner has also launched a handy smartphone app, making it even easier to search and book global flights, car hire and hotels. Actually, there are three separate apps for flights, hotels and car hire, so either download them all or just the ones that are relevant to you.

Price Comparison for Holidays On the Go

Contacting Skyscanner

If you are having trouble searching for the right travel products or want to ask a member of Skyscanner’s customer service team about your options, there are a number of ways to get in touch.

The easiest way is to fill in their contact form on the website. Be sure to choose the right topic and include a contact e-mail address so Skyscanner can get back to you.

You could also try writing to Skyscanner UK at:

  • Skyscanner Limited
  • Suite 7-001
  • 1 Fore Street
  • London, EC2Y 5EJ
  • United Kingdom

If you have a simple query about using the search engine, Skyscanner’s help section should provide all of the information you need. You can find it here and it contains special sections for bookings, prices, searching and travelling.

Skyscanner is one of the web’s most powerful travel search tools, providing access to cheap flights, hotels and car hire services on every continent and in every country. If you are planning a beach holiday or a city break, log onto Skyscanner and take advantage of the latest deals. You can also keep up with their deals as they are announced, on the Skyscanner HotUKDeals listings.