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Virgin Atlantic January Sale Fares £260.00

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USA JANUARY SALE FARES
Book by 22 January 2008
Economy from £260
Premium Economy from £598

CARIBBEAN JANUARY SALE
Book by 22 January 2008.
Economy from £384
Premium Economy from £724

INDIA JANUARY SALE
Book by 22 January 2008
Economy from £399
Premium Economy from £739

SOUTH AFRICA JANUARY SALE
Book by 22 January 2008
Cape Town Economy from £585
Cape Town Premium Economy from £1025
Jo'Burg in Economy from £525
Jo'Burg in Premium Economy from £965

TOKYO JANUARY SALE
Book by 22 January 2008
Economy from £509
Premium Economy from £849

SHANGHAI & HONG KONG JANUARY SALE
Book by 22 January 2008
Shanghai in Economy from £459
Shanghai in Premium Economy from £799
Hong Kong in Economy from £433

NAIROBI & MAURITIUS JANUARY SALE
Book by 22 January 2008
Nairobi in Economy from £385
Nairobi in Premium Economy from £725
Mauritius in Economy from £576

SYDNEY JANUARY SALE
Book by 31 January 2008
Sydney in Economy from £681

This is Virgin's first part of this sale to the best of my knowledge - they do this every year. If you want to fly in the first quarter of 2008 and have got the guts, just wait a couple of weeks and see how the prices fall further. I'm waiting as I know the Barbados flights I want in February will come down more.

But for those who can't wait, £260 return to New York isn't bad.

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    sicknote
    Great deals here but check with the budget operators as many are cheaper than these prices.
    http://www.flyzoom.com/index.cfm?lang=EN&country=UK
    courtster
    sicknote
    Great deals here but check with the budget operators as many are cheaper than these prices.
    http://www.flyzoom.com/index.cfm?lang=EN&country=UK


    I thought that too, but Zoom don't seem to have any flights on the LGW-JFK route from 08/01/08 to the 14/03/08 - odd indeed...
    courtster
    Looks like Zoom have cancelled their Bermuda service that was linked to the JFK service so they are in the process of drawing up a new timetable.
    michelob
    Remember that Virgin cabin staff are about to go on strike
    courtster
    michelob
    Remember that Virgin cabin staff are about to go on strike


    Yes, read more here for affected flights:
    http://www.virgin-atlantic.com/en/gb/passengerinformation/latestnews/index.jsp
    spladam
    Great if you live in the south...

    BA and Virgin should just get over it and rebrand themselves as London Airways...

    Is it any wonder the likes of Air France, KLM and Lufthansa are laughing all the way to the bank from places like Manchester & Scotland?

    Thanks very much, but I shall stick with Air France/KLM.
    Speculator
    Flew to HKG on Air France via CDG 2 years ago. Arrived in HKG to find our luggage was still at CDG airport!! They didn't have time to unload and load the luggage from the smaller plane to the 777 at CDG.
    Also, the cabin staff on Air France are terrible. The snobbish air steward even insisted that I completed a landing card even though I hold a 3 star HK Permanent ID card.
    MercedesBenzAMG
    No canada flights, boo
    spladam
    Speculator
    Flew to HKG on Air France via CDG 2 years ago. Arrived in HKG to find our luggage was still at CDG airport!! They didn't have time to unload and load the luggage from the smaller plane to the 777 at CDG.
    Also, the cabin staff on Air France are terrible. The snobbish air steward even insisted that I completed a landing card even though I hold a 3 star HK Permanent ID card.

    You are probably just as likely to have checked luggage go walkabouts at Heathrow as anywhere else, especially when on a transfer between terminals (something that should be eased with the opening of T5). I have found Alitalia myself to be the worst for checked luggage going missing or being delayed - Milano Malpensa is a joke of an airport.

    For airline staff being rude - hit or miss with any airline.

    Don't get me wrong - I don't dislike Virgin, not at all, it is just a shame the 'big British airlines' only seem interested in the South.

    * bmi are a joke - full stop
    * BA have a decent shuttle to Heathrow and Gatwick, it is just expensive. The train is better, but is awkward across London with luggage.
    * Virgin - again it's all London London London (cept. an Orlando flight from Manchester pretty much).
    * Easyjet/Ryanair/FlyBe - fine if you want to go short haul

    and so on...

    As I said - it's hardly surprising big national carriers from overseas are making so much money from the north of the UK.

    Rant over. :oops:
    Spandanna
    Dont forget Virgin flights can be paid for in full (or partially) using Tesco clubcard points! :-D
    ZooLdaFooL
    Spandanna;1389903
    Dont forget Virgin flights can be paid for in full (or partially) using Tesco clubcard points! :-D


    now that's a good point indeed :)
    courtster
    Spandanna
    Dont forget Virgin flights can be paid for in full (or partially) using Tesco clubcard points! :-D


    I think that's Virgin Holidays http://www.virginholidays.co.uk/ rather than the flight only site http://www.virgin-atlantic.com
    m3ch
    m3ch6 years, 11 months ago #13Show comment tools Reply
    Yes Tesco clubcard points can only be used as full or part payment for a holiday, sole flights are excluded.
    Speculator
    Anyone flying to HK, currently £385 direct with Air New Zealand and £394.30 direct with Cathy Pacific.

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