British Airways: Multi-Stop flights to Singapore ✈ Perth ✈ Sydney just £555 return
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British Airways: Multi-Stop flights to Singapore ✈ Perth ✈ Sydney just £555 return

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Found 3rd Jan 2015
Are you planning on a trip to Australia! How about spicing it up a little with a stop in Singapore and why not visit both the east and west coast in one go! We have just found this awesome multi-stop flight on our flights comparison tool. You will have the luxury of flying with British Airways an airline which has consistently provided an excellent level of service to obtain its 4* Skytrax award supported by its 20th place in the Top 100 Airlines. So if you want a mixture of exploring and discovery this flight path will be for you Dublin > Singapore > Perth > Sydney > London.

Sample Routes:

Dublin - Singapore - Perth - Sydney - London
Dublin - Singapore - Perth - Sydney - Manchester
Dublin - Singapore - Perth - Sydney - Edinburgh
Dublin - Singapore - Perth - Sydney - Dublin
Dublin - Singapore - Perth - Sydney - Newcastle
*You will have the option to remove the Singapore sector of this flight saving you about £10 and fly on to Perth*

What Are Multi-Stop Open-Jaw Flights: For those of you who are not familiar with this type of travel, it is a flight which depart or returns to a different country to where it originated from. In this particular case your departure point will be Dublin and you will need to make your own way there however, the main fare will take you to Singapore to connect onto Perth and Sydney, it will return you back to the UK. You can find various low cost carrier connections using our flights comparison tool.

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Trying to work out how to use the site so I either start or end up in Manchester but can't figure it out lol
One of HP's better offerings, although you need to fiddle with the dates if you want more than 1 day in SIN.
little_landy

Trying to work out how to use the site so I either start or end up in … Trying to work out how to use the site so I either start or end up in Manchester but can't figure it out lol



If you click on the 'get deal' button on the HUKD site it takes you to the HP site. Click on the 'click here to book' button and it will open up the search tool displaying the LHR option. In the final set of flights change LNR to MAN and click 'search'. This will give you the £596 set of flights returning to Manchester.

You cannot start in Manchester (unless you want to pay about £200 extra)
Edited by: "Llantarnam" 3rd Jan 2015
Not sure how they get around the rule of having to end in Dublin.

I would not trust this further than I can see it.

Mind you I also wouldn't call flying to Australia in economy luxury!
Just need to watch out on this particular route as BA between Singapore and Sydney is a fairly regular cancellation. They once asked me to spend another two nights in Singapore after a 48 hour delay. I got home with Qatar Airways for less so worth checking their prices too.
jcluk

Just need to watch out on this particular route as BA between Singapore … Just need to watch out on this particular route as BA between Singapore and Sydney is a fairly regular cancellation.



The deal is based on flying from Singapore to Perth. The final leg (SYD-LHR) stops in Singapore on the way back to refuel. Are you saying that you flew from Sydney to Singapore, and the plane stopped there?

Would be surprised if a prestige route like SYD-LHR was regularly cancelled.
What dates please. Have read through but didn't see. Might be the wine though x
anyone else see the £55 and get a bit too excited
Llantarnam

The deal is based on flying from Singapore to Perth. The final leg … The deal is based on flying from Singapore to Perth. The final leg (SYD-LHR) stops in Singapore on the way back to refuel. Are you saying that you flew from Sydney to Singapore, and the plane stopped there?Would be surprised if a prestige route like SYD-LHR was regularly cancelled.



No, the route I use regularly is from Singapore to LHR but the plane first comes from Sydney to Singapore and is often delayed or cancelled.
"You will have the luxury of flying with British Airways an airline which has consistently provided an excellent level of service to obtain its 4* Skytrax award supported by its 20th place in the Top 100 Airlines"

Hmmm really? When their flights are not cancelled :P.
jcluk

No, the route I use regularly is from Singapore to LHR but the plane … No, the route I use regularly is from Singapore to LHR but the plane first comes from Sydney to Singapore and is often delayed or cancelled.



So both daily flights from SIN to LHR (BA12 and 16) are regularly cancelled? Strange.

How often is regularly
Thanks OP. Booked DUB - SIN - SYD and return MEL - LON. £582. We used AVIOS/BA miles to get a one way ticket to Dublin. Also staying a day in Singapore. Fantastic!
Llantarnam

So both daily flights from SIN to LHR (BA12 and 16) are regularly … So both daily flights from SIN to LHR (BA12 and 16) are regularly cancelled? Strange.How often is regularly



​flights through Singapore does get delay / cancelled and it not just ba but Emirates and other airlines as well. why the flight from Dubai to ondo was catching in Feb was delay by few hours and then flew higher than normal to get into London within slot. but that something else. but u right it doesn't happen that often! and you can avoid Singapore route and do Bangkok (but that changing airport fees) , Malaysia (make sure u don't fly on malaysian airline even on codesharing through Malaysia cause from today they will offhold your hold luggage when arrive at Malaysia). in relation about landing in UK but not leaving UK. can get tickets that arrive in UK esp open jaw ones that are cheaper. the killer is leaving UK esp London.
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