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Edinburgh to Bangkok Return 31/10 to 13/11 for only £280.00 with Qatar

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Only £280 return to Bangkok for 2 weeks in thailand, Check Skyscanner as there are lots of dates at this price!
randall1uk Avatar6m, 2w agoFound 6 months, 2 weeks ago16 Comments
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Stay a couple of nights in Bangkok....then head up north to beautiful Chiang Mai and Chiang Rai.
Wow. Booked it. Can't quite believe it, hadn't even thought of going to Bangkok but for that price. When is the best time to book a hotel for these dates?
If you want a bit of advise, I would only stay a day or 2 in Bangkok then travel on to the north or down to the island in the south , Then come back to for a few days in Bangkok before flying home.
If you look for Hotels in the Sukhumvit area near the sky trains then it will make it a lot easier for you to get around.http://www.agoda.com/pages/agoda/default/DestinationSearchResult.aspx?asq=JIgZbTASvIeAqEU%2fYIL6pUAXliAn3pVicobeM5oOB5Lpu%2fkHTZ8bidJkAafXyw%2beGqKI1BOaN53Vz0if59rn3cvOcjnkwIVSIcigjXtULi9bESGtNCmIVlt8bYANjSxOlxpxCcfFdWD6gtZbcFBsKsy%2b3MK2OapEVpAcakhEhNQGi2I9wQLOOv8%2biE0elvLc0FEyI8baJCkPO%2bc7E6KF0QqQMycviD3CIWSJVwpQ8srFvMCo2bCq6VFSwZUgVUqA&city=9395&cid=1419835&tick=635996545273&pagetypeid=1&origin=GB&cid=1419835&htmlLanguage=en-us&checkIn=2016-10-31&checkOut=2016-11-2&los=2&rooms=1&adults=2&children=0&isFromSearchBox=true&hotelArea=27713&sort=reviewAll
Thank you. That's very helpful.
Wow. Booked it. Can't quite believe it, hadn't even thought of going to Bangkok but for that price. When is the best time to book a hotel for these dates?

If you want a bit of advise, I would only stay a day or 2 in Bangkok then travel on to the north or down to the island in the south , Then come back to for a few days in Bangkok before flying home.
If you look for Hotels in the Sukhumvit area near the sky trains then it will make it a lot easier for you to get around.
http://www.agoda.com/pages/agoda/default/DestinationSearchResult.aspx?asq=JIgZbTASvIeAqEU%2fYIL6pUAXliAn3pVicobeM5oOB5Lpu%2fkHTZ8bidJkAafXyw%2beGqKI1BOaN53Vz0if59rn3cvOcjnkwIVSIcigjXtULi9bESGtNCmIVlt8bYANjSxOlxpxCcfFdWD6gtZbcFBsKsy%2b3MK2OapEVpAcakhEhNQGi2I9wQLOOv8%2biE0elvLc0FEyI8baJCkPO%2bc7E6KF0QqQMycviD3CIWSJVwpQ8srFvMCo2bCq6VFSwZUgVUqA&city=9395&cid=1419835&tick=635996545273&pagetypeid=1&origin=GB&cid=1419835&htmlLanguage=en-us&checkIn=2016-10-31&checkOut=2016-11-2&los=2&rooms=1&adults=2&children=0&isFromSearchBox=true&hotelArea=27713&sort=reviewAll
Wow. Booked it. Can't quite believe it, hadn't even thought of going to Bangkok but for that price. When is the best time to book a hotel for these dates?
Brilliant find, booked my three weeks holiday, THANKS!
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Edinburgh to Hong Kong with Qatar Airlines - 07/10-14/10 - £334.00 traveltrolley.co.uk

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A good deal from Edinburgh with a five star airline, though there is a 15 hour overnight stopover in Doha on the way and 7.5 hours on the way back.
williamh1 Avatar6m, 3w agoFound 6 months, 3 weeks ago10 Comments
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15 hours and for that reason I am out.
Fortunately it's overnight so we can get a good night's rest in the transit hotel
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I wouldn't book with them ever again. I booked with their cheap fare to NZ - they have cancelled the flight and will only book me on flights for the same dates if i pay the difference (over £2000). So I'll have to book a flight with another airline to make the wedding. There are a total nightmare to deal with when things go wrong.


​I think Qatar are living on a past reputation for service anyway. I have taken 4 long haul flights recently as one booking and each flight we encountered different levels of service from poor to adequate, some staff looked like they couldn't be bothered to serve you and even flicked the wine bottle top off and just stared at me.... Very wired indeed. Also some flights they gave out menus and others they didn't and one of those times there was only one choice on board so what's the point in handing a menu out. Anyway they have modern planes (just don't fly on airbus a330 or 787 dreamliner definitely no dreaming to be done on these as no leg space and long recline of seat in front. And tickets are generally pretty cheap with good ife so most won't care just don't expect emeriates or Singapore levels of service.
I wouldn't book with them ever again. I booked with their cheap fare to NZ - they have cancelled the flight and will only book me on flights for the same dates if i pay the difference (over £2000). So I'll have to book a flight with another airline to make the wedding. There are a total nightmare to deal with when things go wrong.
15 hours and for that reason I am out.
I've done the long stopover in Doha - it's hell.

3am, the business lounge is deserted... nobody for company but fluffy camels in the gift shop window and the occasional migrant labourer waxing the floors.

Personally, I've learned that acceptable flight times and minimal transfer times are worth every penny... but I guess this will work for someone. If possible, I'd break it up with a couple of nights in town. The gulf transfers are enough to ruin the rest of your holiday.
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Edinburgh-Kuala Lumpur - £300.00 @ Travel Trolley

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Flights to ☼ Kuala Lumpur ☼ With Qatar Airways 5✪✪✪✪✪ ► May ex. may 3-19 may 10-21 Also via Topcashback Traveltrolley pays 12 cashback..and brings price down to 288 or your Halifax ca…
ricardasgudkovas Avatar8m, 2w agoFound 8 months, 2 weeks ago37 Comments
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just came back from tioman...its my new number 1 island...amazing just
I'm going there in 8 weeks. What did you do, what would you recommend, please?
[quote=ricardasgudkovas]just came back from tioman...its my new number 1 island...amazing just[/quote. Bagus place on Tioman island is just perfect peace...
just came back from tioman...its my new number 1 island...amazing just
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If you're with Halifax, check your cashback extras as mine is offering 8% for Qatar airways
Hi,i signed today for Halifax cashback..but they says i got 0 offers..how i need find qatar?
Qatar is in the middle east its just off the coast of Saudi Arabia that lovely place were they have great afternoon entertainment in there stadiums and just across from it you have Iran they will put you up in a hotel for free for 10 yrs all inclusive if you go a little further down you have Yemen heard the weather there can be lovely and they have camps you can go to to relax or if you go up the road a little you have our old friend Iraq they will just be dying to see you.

Sitting in my office just outside Doha Qatar. Later I will go to the Golf club and have a few beers while watching the football.
Sounds a hoot there I am sure your there for the big money and not the lifestyle
1. No public displays of affection

Kissing, hugging, and some places even holding hands. You might get away with linking arms, but that’s about it. The exception is when greeting: In Qatar, men and women greet friends of the same sex with three kisses on the cheek.

It’s not uncommon for people to call the moral police and dob on anyone seen breaking this rule. The result is jail time.

All media abide by these policies, too. Models in magazines often have clothing drawn on, and any sexy-time scenes in movies are censored, especially if the characters aren’t married. Ever tried to watch The Reader in the Middle East? Yeah, that movie made no sense to me.
2. No shoulders

And no knees either. This one is tricky and has caused a lot of debate recently as public consensus becomes more lax. However, even though you may see the occasional pair of hot pants, expats are expected to dress modestly in all public areas, even in 40°C temperatures.
You need permission from your employer in the form of a letter if you want to buy a car, take out a loan, or rent an apartment.

If you’re found to be scantily clad you could be fined or, at the very least, security will ask you to leave the mall/office/souq you’re in. If you escape these guys, don’t think you’re in the clear. Locals especially don’t take very kindly to women flouting the dress code — expect some very unfriendly stares. As I always say, you don’t make friends with spaghetti straps!
3. No travel abroad without your boss’s permission

Ah, the exit permit. If you want to travel outside the country, you first have to arrange for the company you work for — your “sponsor” — to grant you an exit permit, which you must present at customs with your passport. No permit, no travel.

You also need permission from your employer in the form of a letter if you want to buy a car, take out a loan, or rent an apartment.
4. No booze

Well, kind of. Alcohol is served in hotels of 4 stars and above. We’re allowed to purchase booze for private consumption at home, but you need — you guessed it — a letter from your employer giving you permission to get a license first.

There’s only one store in Qatar that sells alcohol, and once inside you can only spend 10% of your monthly wage. Once the booze is bought, you must travel straight home, do not pass go, and do not distribute it to anyone else. This all sounds pretty strict but, to be honest, we’re lucky we’re allowed to drink at all. Our neighbours in Saudi Arabia aren’t so fortunate.
5. No phones at the gym

I go to a women-only gym. Just to get in the front door, I have to hand over my mobile phone and go through an LAX-style security screening while my body and bag are searched for hidden cameras or phones.

In areas that are for ladies only, women remove their veils and abayas, opting for more activity-appropriate clothing. Can you imagine trying to do a spin class in a floor-length skirt? Ergo, all photo-taking devices must be checked at the door.
6. No nudity in the change rooms
Throw the finger, and you’ll get arrested.

Even when you’re in a women-only changing room (such as at the pool), you’ll undress in a separate private cubicle. Signs state that others around you may find nudity offensive.
7. No sick people

If you want to live here, you have to be healthy. Expats applying for residency in Qatar must first pass a medical test that screens for tuberculosis, hepatitis, and HIV.

You’d think that, in a country where around 80% of the residents are expats, they’d have streamlined this process, but no. The day I went for my medical tests involved being herded into a crowded room, standing in a queue for 3 hours without instruction, and getting yelled at in Arabic. Not the funnest day out.
8. No flipping the bird

Forbidden in Qatar. The most obvious place where this is a problem is on the road, because traffic in Doha is absolutely horrendous. Throw the finger, and you’ll get arrested.

Actually, I’d say no hand signs in general while driving. Most expats have a strict ‘hands on the wheel at all times’ policy, because if you so much as wave a thank you to someone it could be misconstrued as a gesture of disrespect.
9. No complaining

My personal addition. Despite the initial inconveniences of the above rules, once you get used to them they have very little impact on daily life. And life here is good — the weather’s nice, we don’t pay taxes, and the culture seems to have mastered the work/life balance.

If nothing else, it’ll help you kick the booze habit.


​Bloody hell...seems like Europe in 1939-45. Thanks for the information. We are flying via Doha in a few weeks, only a quick stop over in the airport but still your post will probably stop me from being arrested.
I think nationwide doing 5% cash back as well.
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MAN-KIX (OSAKA) BUS CLASS KLM/AIR FRANCE £880.00 @ Travel Trolley

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A very cheap price for business class. There may be other dates available too.
ramraideruk Avatar1y, 1m agoFound 1 year, 1 month ago2 Comments
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Not just business class, but a trip to Japan. Heat.
I can't believe it got a negative votes. It was over £1600 on BA and it got picked up by Secret Flying.
http://www.secretflying.com/2015/10/business-class-from-many-uk-cities-to-osaka-japan-from-only-857-return/



Edited By: ramraideruk on Oct 20, 2015 20:23
Not just business class, but a trip to Japan. Heat.
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Edi-JFK New York direct flights rtn, April 2016 @ travel trolley - £320.25 (£7 quidco poss)

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I found this via SkyScanner and managed to get two tickets for £313.35 ea return but still good price at £320.25 ea. Also possible £7 going to travel trolley via Quidco instead which has tracked on my…
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Bargain Flights from Birmingham to Peru (Lima) @ Travel Trolley £242.74

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Bargain flights from Birmingham to Peru with KLM - dates in February 2016. Note the Inca Trail is closed in February though for maintenance but you can still visit many of the gorgeous attractions of
rachelandgromit Avatar1y, 3m agoFound 1 year, 3 months ago23 Comments
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No, I didn't. Had no leave left and spent 3 and a half weeks in Peru not too long ago. Try anothrt booking agent rather than Travel Trolley if you can, look on Momondo.
Rachelandgromit did you book this? Did you have any issues such as I had?
Debating whether to try and rebook then today
Yep is here, try various booking agents, if these dates don't work try others. It's hit and miss but varying availability until end of Feb.
Still available?
Strange things is, its still bookable ao I'd just book it again, if it was an error they should have removed it!
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Manchester - Bali flights on Cathay Pacific in April - £411.00 @ Travel Tolley

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Unusually cheap flights to Bali edit. I've just noticed that Cathay flights were already posted a little over a week ago http://www.hotukdeals.com/visit?m=16642&q=2157454
quidstretchy Avatar1y, 8m agoFound 1 year, 8 months ago1 Comment
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Don't go to Bali, it is THE MOST CORRUPT CRIME CAPITAL OF THE WORLD. A horrible place
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Manchester To Bangkok Return only £382.18 @ Travel Trolley

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Return flights to Bangkok from Manchester 17th June 2015 - 1st July 15, 14 nights, only £382 return on Travel Trolley, flying with Turkish Airlines. Perfect summer holiday, and there are some great…
massalha1 Avatar1y, 9m agoFound 1 year, 9 months ago2 Comments
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Good price. Hot.
Gary Glitter would have been all over this if he weren't otherwise detained, shame.
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Flights Manchester to Hong Kong Return only £310.00 12 nights @ traveltrolley

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Flights to Hong Kong for 12 nights in December flying from manchester only £310. Turkish Airlines, and only a short stop.
massalha1 Avatar1y, 9m agoFound 1 year, 9 months ago6 Comments
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Would you send link, please
http://www.hotukdeals.com/deals/hong-kong-return-flights-294-96-gatwick-hong-kong-12-nights-return-flights-less-2144946

I posted the original deal yesterday which is still live


Firstly your Link is unfortunately not 'active'?.

Secondly your new Link says Gatwick and for less money?, whereas your current Deal says Manchester and for more money? .. its not the same thang?, lool.
Comment[quote=erickk]Would you send link, please[/quote

http://www.hotukdeals.com/deals/hong-kong-return-flights-294-96-gatwick-hong-kong-12-nights-return-flights-less-2144946

I posted the similar deal yesterday which mentioned Manchester / dates



Edited By: markbowen07 on Feb 16, 2015 16:32: .
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Just a word of warning, Travel Trolley only take the request for reservation rather than booking a ticket immediately on payment.

They are a part of Southall Travel and were a nightmare to deal with in so much as I would have gotten the flight if I went elsewhere but the rate I booked was sold out / withdrawn so they offered a higher rate.

I'd never use them again.
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HONG KONG RETURN FLIGHTS £294.96 Gatwick to Hong Kong 12 nights return flights less than 295 quid per person,Departing 26th november 2015 @ traveltrolley

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HONG KONG RETURN FLIGHTS LESS THAN £295 PER PERSON 12 NIGHTS departing Gatwick 26 November 2015 Flying with Turkish Airlines You can chuck in a good 3* centrally located hotel for 12 nights f…
markbowen07 Avatar1y, 9m agoFound 1 year, 9 months ago143 Comments
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8 months ago I booked this...... And now I'm finally here, loving it!

Thanks again OP
Zoheb
Booked £325 from Heathrow, flying 26th November returning 30th November.
If you go from Gatwick its £290ish, if you add a stopover on outbound the fare drops to £260ish.

Where did you book this?

Those flights are perfect for me. I'd happily spend 3 days in HK for that money.
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If you have never been to Hong Kong your in for a treat. Brings a new meaning to "the city that never sleeps"; London and New York are nothing in comparison. Definitely a place to visit but I couldn't live or work there. Property prices have gone through the roof and make the increases in London/UK seem laughable in comparison - up to 300% in 3 years for ordinary flats.
I would say that 4 days is enough. Go to the mainland and / or go to other areas. Places to visit are Star mountain, the horse race track, airport (lol). I haven't been for ages though, last time was the last year the old airport was used. Landing at that airport was an awesome experience.
Star ferry or mountain? :D
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Zoheb
Booked £325 from Heathrow, flying 26th November returning 30th November.
If you go from Gatwick its £290ish, if you add a stopover on outbound the fare drops to £260ish.
flying 26th and return 30th... this is a 3 day holiday.
Is it me but seems a long way to go for only 3 days
Zoheb
Booked £325 from Heathrow, flying 26th November returning 30th November.
If you go from Gatwick its £290ish, if you add a stopover on outbound the fare drops to £260ish.
flying 26th and return 30th... this is a 3 day holiday.
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Manchester to Bangkok (BKK) with China Southern Airlines £351.50 @ traveltrolley

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holiday for ADD afflicted Mancunians Edit now a few quid cheaper http://www.traveltrolley.co.uk/BookFlightSK.aspx?DestinationFrom=MAN&StartDate=30&StartMonth=1114&DestinationTo=BKK&DestTo=BKK&End…
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hands up , who's found a lower price?
I did, £293.
Yerrible airline. Worth paying a bit extra for comfort
Bangcock is nice this time of the year.
Great price if you want a no frills flight. Personally I'd rather pay more in order to get some form of service travelling that distance.?? Is it direct.
hands up , who's found a lower price?
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Cheap Flights to Ho Chi Minh City just £358.00.53 Return @ Holiday Pirates

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Cheap Flights to Ho Chi Minh City just £358.53 Return Check out this great selection of flights from London on various dates in October, November and December which make for a perfect start to puttin…
randall1uk Avatar2y, 3m agoFound 2 years, 3 months ago4 Comments
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The original deal was with Travel Trolley, who I book with last year for my dad, but seems to have change to this company who i have had no dealing with.

Hi Randall - I inserted Holiday Pirates into the title as you had not included a merchant and as you had cut and paste the blog and list of dates that I wrote myself into the original post. As you can imagine it took quite some time to put together a list of dates like that so I recognised my work immediately - so if you have not had any dealings with Holiday Pirates then perhaps someone else is copying my work? Maybe you could tell me where you found it? thanks.
Having used Holiday Pirates myself successfully last year booking a return flight to Peru, I was quite shocked to read the above comments from 'Immoraliste'


I took a brief look at the offer and found a RT to Vietnam between 22nd Nov and 8th December for £357.64 using travel trolley. They are ABTA and ATOL protected. I also looked for reviews on travel trolley and 374 reviews on trust pilot say 8/10.
If you have a credit card, always use that to book travel over £100 as they are jointly responsible if the tickets were never to arrive, this in addition to your ABTA, ATOL and travel insurance protection.
The original deal was with Travel Trolley, who I book with last year for my dad, but seems to have change to this company who i have had no dealing with.
Notionally a great price, especially for direct flights, but this price isn't available.

Kayak will quote these prices from the 'scam' agents, but you will never receive e-tickets from them. They'll take your money up front, won't send you an e-ticket (as the airline are not selling at this price), and won't refund you for months, and only if you cause an almighty fuss.

http://www.tripadvisor.co.uk/ShowTopic-g1-i10702-k5066160-o90-Travelup-Air_Travel.html

I think it's irresponsible of Holiday Pirates to keep on quoting and screenshotting prices from these known dodgy agents, when anyone with any experience in this area knows that if these prices are way out of line with consensus prices (i.e the airline itself, Expedia, Opodo etc), they are too good to be true (and certainly won't be honoured by these small, cowboy operators). The price probably was available for a short time as an error fare, and it's fantastic that Holiday Pirates spread the word about these opportunities, but I don't think they should be quoting prices from known unreliable agents and using screenshots of their sites.

Still some decent prices for direct flight with VN available, though, at around £460 return to SaiGon or Hanoi.
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Cheapest Flights to Pakistan £267.00 @ Travel Trolley

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Was randomly browsing on Skyscanner and came across this. As you can see from the image, flights to Islamabad, Pakistan are amazingly cheap. For those unaware of the usual pricing. They're usually ove…
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Please furnish more information ie dates, departure airport etc
Are you seriously thinking of going? Don't you follow the news?
My accountant went there to sort out some family business and upon his return I sat through an hour long monologue about how bad a basket case the place is. Most of what he said about the place would have made Bernard Manning blush.

Sadly country the is on the brink of a failed state, but I feel sorry for the poor, hence I go there to offer free medical treatments for week or two in small village location ie Chichawatni
I wish you good luck and safety. Unfortunately due to nutters (politicians and other idiots) there and here doing their best to destabilise it I don't see things getting better, only worse. I volunteer a few weeks a year for an NGO in Nepal. It gets me out of the house when my partner and I are visiting her relatives.
awwww shame it expired. would have voted hit for the name.

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Are you seriously thinking of going? Don't you follow the news?
My accountant went there to sort out some family business and upon his return I sat through an hour long monologue about how bad a basket case the place is. Most of what he said about the place would have made Bernard Manning blush.

Sadly country the is on the brink of a failed state, but I feel sorry for the poor, hence I go there to offer free medical treatments for week or two in small village location ie Chichawatni
Catch the National express to somewhere like Leicester,similar experience but far cheaper.
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Are you seriously thinking of going? Don't you follow the news?
My accountant went there to sort out some family business and upon his return I sat through an hour long monologue about how bad a basket case the place is. Most of what he said about the place would have made Bernard Manning blush.
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Flights to Bangkok/KL/Singapore from £403.00 at Travel Trolley

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Although Bangkok flights have been listed already it now seems that KL and Singapore are also available. Prices from £403 to £440 depending on month of travel. Availability seems to go to end of March…
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China southern are not to be confused with china eastern which are terrible!

Now until the end of March. Suggest you use http://www.fly.com to search for availability
SKYSCANNER are also good but you still have to use caution as the lowest prices on any site can sometimes be too good to be true.
long transit I supposed somewhere in China
ABTA and IATA membership
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China southern are not to be confused with china eastern which are terrible!

Now until the end of March. Suggest you use http://www.fly.com to search for availability
Hmmmmm.......might want to read online reviews before parting with hard earned cash to this company but they are part of Southall Travel who I've booked with before and had no problems.
When booking any flight from an online agent, always go to the actual airline website 1st to see if prices are any cheaper for your dates. If the prices are cheaper with the agent then use caution when booking. (Saying that Southall Travel can usually get you cheaper flights to India/Pakistan than the actual airlines but if you have a problem with your Travel Trolley booking forget contacting ST)
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Flights to Dubai with 5* Qatar £302.35 @ Traveltrolley

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Fly to Dubai with Qatar a 5* Airline from London. http://www.fly.com/uk/cheap-flights-to-dubai-from-london.aspx
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The destination is abhorrent; how the airline ever got 5* I'll never know (I've used them a few times); and Doha airport is not a nice place to be stuck in for any amount of time (although the new terminal may be open now?).

Check out seatguru for body type pitch and width information if going for this 'deal' is going to depend upon your relative comfort in economy for 7 hours or so.

Get this if you need it and it's cheap compared to the competition, not because it's 'special'.

The same way they managed to get the world cup.
I have flown Qatar to Dubai via Doha and would fully recommend them. Comfy classy and great service.
Qatar is a 5 star airline... fabulous to fly with!!

Also we had a 7 hr stop over at Doha, but pre booked the first class lounge for £10 each.. brilliant value with free food & drink etc.
Cmon guys the only true cattle class is Ryanair and cattle class is a complement to them!
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shame you can't go round Doha Beautiful City full of Culture


You can leave the airport. £12ish gets you a visa. We did this on route to Thailand with long stopover.
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Fly Manchester-Mumbai fr £378 rtn from December 1st (Price varies with dates) @ Travel Trolley £377.76

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First post ever, so please have mercy on me. Was looking for a good price to India and, with the Skyscanner app found this little beauty. Looking at Swiss Air's website, their fleet and service
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Don't imagine so. 12 hours is child's play for me, considering the amount of time I've spent in airports before. The fact that I'm gonna be spending two and a half months in India means I'm not too pushed for time.
Do they give you overnight accomodation for the stopover?
Bookings at TravelTrolley are non-refundable, non-cancellable, and no date changes available. Hence, cheap prices.
If you are not certain on dates (either departure or return), then think twice before booking.
very nice prices. heat added
This has a 12 hour stopover in Switzerland overnight. You can get a flight withh a 1 hour outward stopover for £401.

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