£258 Return - Manchester To Houston with Singapore Airlines @ Momondo
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£258 Return - Manchester To Houston with Singapore Airlines @ Momondo

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Found 30th Jun 2017
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Very confusing use of the word "via". Makes it seem like it's not a direct flight, when it is.
commenter14

Very confusing use of the word "via". Makes it seem like it's not a … Very confusing use of the word "via". Makes it seem like it's not a direct flight, when it is.



Fixed the confusion
Amazing price
Incredible prices! Thanks OP / SA!
awesome price! heat added
a good price but its going to houston.......not much for tourists there
Stonking price. Not a notable tourist destination but you can make it what you want. Space centre, Galveston, drive to Austin/Dallas, shopping, massive american food portions, NBA basketball, Baseball, world tallest 'five sided' building
I used to live in Houston and cannot recommend it enough - I think about it every day.

The zoo is perfect, the parks are great, go to the space station and see a Saturn V which is the only awe inspiring thing I have seen in my life - tremendous. Do the level 9 tour there for extra behind the scenes stuff.

It is one of the great American food cities with high quality and diverse food from very talented chefs. The selection of Gulf fish is one of the bonuses.

Do a day a 2 day trip to Austin and Central Texas (2 hour drive) for some great BBQ (although Houston has top BBQ too) and lovely hilly scenery. A day trip to San Antonio is worth it too.

Want to extend your trip? New Orleans is a really easy drive with interesting scenery and about 5 hours total.
great price but for me I need to be flying into vegas,

as family in as family in Arizona but that's closest airport,

looked for onward travel but flights seem expensive.

never thought of it as as place to visit, great price if Houston is your destination
Posted the same comments on the last time this deal came up:

Flew this route in January as part of a £250 return deal we booked in November. Cannot recommend the airline enough, in these days of low cost EVERYTHING it seems, Singapore Airlines offered free drinks (I doubt unlimited but they didn't bat an eyelid at me asking for a 2nd beer), 2x meals, snacks, icecreams. We were on the new A350 and the in flight entertainment was superb - virtually an iPad on he back of the seat in front. Up there with one of the best flights I've had.
The route from MAN-HOU was only half full so lots of people were spreading out taking 3 seats to themselves, way back was almost full mainly with people going on to Singapore afterwards.

Oh and unrelated to the flight, but Texas is a great state to tour around. We hired a car and saw some of 'real' America
Highly recommended.
Spend a few days in Austin, San Antonio and Bandera, all well worth a visit!
kissmyface24

Posted the same comments on the last time this deal came up:Flew this … Posted the same comments on the last time this deal came up:Flew this route in January as part of a £250 return deal we booked in November. Cannot recommend the airline enough, in these days of low cost EVERYTHING it seems, Singapore Airlines offered free drinks (I doubt unlimited but they didn't bat an eyelid at me asking for a 2nd beer), 2x meals, snacks, icecreams. We were on the new A350 and the in flight entertainment was superb - virtually an iPad on he back of the seat in front. Up there with one of the best flights I've had. The route from MAN-HOU was only half full so lots of people were spreading out taking 3 seats to themselves, way back was almost full mainly with people going on to Singapore afterwards. Oh and unrelated to the flight, but Texas is a great state to tour around. We hired a car and saw some of 'real' America Highly recommended.


can I ask places of interest to visit, I prefer beach location is there any areas to consider
Just booked a week away in Feb half term for £285 (went direct with airline for peace of mind - only a few £ more).
Great price, thanks OP
Amba_Gambla

Just booked a week away in Feb half term for £285 (went direct with … Just booked a week away in Feb half term for £285 (went direct with airline for peace of mind - only a few £ more). Great price, thanks OP



Nice. Hope you have a good time !
Cracking price, similar to what they had last year (240). And one of the finest airlines around. No idea how they manage to have this price so often, does any one know why they are flying this route as I can't imagine it has a high load factor.
Amba_Gambla2 h, 45 m ago

Just booked a week away in Feb half term for £285 (went direct with …Just booked a week away in Feb half term for £285 (went direct with airline for peace of mind - only a few £ more). Great price, thanks OP


I booked direct with the airline too (2 weeks road trip in March!)... because they price match! Gotta get your screenshots etc. in by midnight the day you book though!

singaporeair.com/bes…orm
Edited by: "stevenhp1987" 30th Jun 2017
what year? 2020?
gnarlybear

I used to live in Houston and cannot recommend it enough - I think about … I used to live in Houston and cannot recommend it enough - I think about it every day. The zoo is perfect, the parks are great, go to the space station and see a Saturn V which is the only awe inspiring thing I have seen in my life - tremendous. Do the level 9 tour there for extra behind the scenes stuff.It is one of the great American food cities with high quality and diverse food from very talented chefs. The selection of Gulf fish is one of the bonuses.Do a day a 2 day trip to Austin and Central Texas (2 hour drive) for some great BBQ (although Houston has top BBQ too) and lovely hilly scenery. A day trip to San Antonio is worth it too.Want to extend your trip? New Orleans is a really easy drive with interesting scenery and about 5 hours total.



I too used to live there 2007-2009, miss it a lot

If i could jump on a plane to Houston i would do it tomorrow, hell any way in the states would do...
Is anyone else seeing these flights as from Singapore Changi Intl when booking is viewed on the Singapore Airlines website?
told friend shes booked with agent told its a refuelling point.

they going 3 weeks and got slighty lower than list price as booked a few nights in hotel, which means they have atoll protection, not that they need it for Singapore airlines
Thought this was too good to be true and yes it was. Went through to the booking of this and it takes you to tripair - read some reviews on them for more info
Added all my details (passport etc) and got through to the payment and it said the price had now changed to £430 PP.
FlyingD

Thought this was too good to be true and yes it was. Went through to the … Thought this was too good to be true and yes it was. Went through to the booking of this and it takes you to tripair - read some reviews on them for more info :)Added all my details (passport etc) and got through to the payment and it said the price had now changed to £430 PP.



Try to book directly on the airline website or try other travel agent.
its still available or was this morning friends got it for £235 as booked hotel, its about £278 on Singapore airlines
roberts432

can I ask places of interest to visit, I prefer beach location is there … can I ask places of interest to visit, I prefer beach location is there any areas to consider



We didn't got for a beach-type holiday so you may be better researching elsewhere. Saying that we spent a night in Galveston which is the go-to beach location from Houston. Don't forget there are a lot of oil rigs / industry in the Gulf.
But in our week we fitted in Lockhart (BBQ), Austin, Fort Worth (Stockyards & live rodeo festival), Dallas (JFK/Dealey Plaza), NASA, taste of Louisiana (Lake Charles, bayous, gator trail) and Galveston.
We've been fortunate to visit the US a few times but this really had a feel of getting under the skin, especially when we ventured outside of some of tourist spots. Although going in January also helped keep tourist numbers down. And the pies, oh the pies!!
roberts432

can I ask places of interest to visit, I prefer beach location is there … can I ask places of interest to visit, I prefer beach location is there any areas to consider



I lived there and wouldn't really recommend the beaches - Galveston is popular the sea is fairly rough but you are near all the major ports.

Corpus Christi/South Padre is really the only beach locations people go to. Matagorda is also fun to go to if you rent a 4x4 and want to drive on the beach and check out the fishermen. You can fly to South Padre with Southwest for peanuts but I really enjoyed the drive down through Victoria.

Edit: San Antonio has a great Six Flags (original I think?) and a large water park attached - that is an easy day trip.
Edited by: "gnarlybear" 3rd Jul 2017
Great find, Thank you. Heat added

Search on Skyscanner for other dates available and other booking agents, some giving cash back.

I Booked a week in Sep and used Topcashback on Airlines site and got 3.1% cash back (although its just on the fare element and not the tax part of the price) also the price from airline's website wasn't the cheapest, i did it for the peace of mind.
Great deal went away for two weeks in March this year for £1+ tax total £249 houston. Visited san antonio, Dallas by Megabus which you can book in advance for little as a couple of dollars. Loads to do in texas and great food and friendly people.
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