Direct flight to Dubai from London with Royal Brunei (selected dates) £276
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Direct flight to Dubai from London with Royal Brunei (selected dates) £276

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Found 19th FebEdited by:"Bardak"
Hi guys,
I work for a travel agency and I can ensure you this is a great airline, amazing customer service and you will flight with a new 787 Dreamliner aircraft.

Economy-class flights to Dubai from London with Royal Brunei, with one 23kg checked bag.
Here's a selection of dates at the offer price:

  • 6-11 March
  • 19-26 March
  • 26-30 April
  • 8-13 May
  • 28-31 May
  • 11-18 June


Book by Feb. 21!
You can also use Dubai as stopover to get a cheap flight to India/Sri Lanka/Oman etc...

Enjoy

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sydney87118 m ago

No problem at all but be aware that it is not considered courteous to eat …No problem at all but be aware that it is not considered courteous to eat or drink in front of local people during the daytime and may struggle to find restaurants that will serve you in certain areas during this period.


Not true. Restaurants will be open and do serve. As well as all the hotels etc. And no, you won't get your hands chopped off for eating in public etc
jhw13 m ago

Too many horror stories about people landing up in prison for my liking.


1 or 2 headlines is not illustrative of the overall behaviour of the country - believe it or not a lot of people do go and come from Dubai/UAE and DO NOT go to jail. Its a wild guess but I'm pretty sure the number that DONT end up in prison is far greater than the ones that do.

Regardless, you've been led to believe its too risky - but tell you what this no BS authoritative regime they have in place kills crime like you wouldnt believe. Violent crime/Hate Crime in the UK, I feel, sadly has become the normal way of life (in London).

As for the deal no idea if its good if the airline is as bad as littel.helper - price is decent but if airline sucks then avoid.
BrummyGeeza10 m ago

Islamic law prohibits unmarried couples from living together. The same …Islamic law prohibits unmarried couples from living together. The same rule applies to sharing a hotel room. In theory, hotels should also not call you a cab or help you book a tour in which you will be alone with your partner. This is based on the Tawajed clause, which states that people of opposite sex cannot be alone together unless they’re married or are family. So it’s best to Ask the hotel first or book 2 rooms


Yawn - have you actually been to Dubai? That maybe the Islamic law but if you've ever been you know that rule isnt implemented and when we do hear the blue moon case of someone in trouble with the authorities its because they've gone out of their way to attract attention to themselves.
Almost all hotels sell alcohol in their bars. Dubai is INCREDIBLY Westernised, just expensive. There are way too many innaccurate comments on here. My son lives in Dubai and we have been there numerous times. I know I feel a damn sight safer there than in any major UK town and the scum elements they contain.
Everyone should visit Dubai once...its a stunning place and could not be friendlier
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Great deal although some of these dates fall during the Ramadan period.
Edited by: "sydney871" 19th Feb
sydney87119th Feb

Great deal although some of these dates fall during the Ramadan period.


What will that mean is it a problem to go to Dubai than?
Hot for me
Going to dubai in june ?? Will be horrible
departing from which airport?
yom4 m ago

What will that mean is it a problem to go to Dubai than?


No problem at all but be aware that it is not considered courteous to eat or drink in front of local people during the daytime and may struggle to find restaurants that will serve you in certain areas during this period.
and the good thing with Dubai is that you often get free accomodation as well provided by the local government.....
I am not sure if anything has changed since i traveled wit this airline. I had absolute horrid flight London to Dubai. plane must have come out of scrap yard for planes. seats were ripped no in flight entertainment at all. plane was rattling all the way. when we landed it was big relief! ! NEVER AGAIN even it was free.
I would feel more comfortable in Las Vegas but anyway, hot for price
sydney87118 m ago

No problem at all but be aware that it is not considered courteous to eat …No problem at all but be aware that it is not considered courteous to eat or drink in front of local people during the daytime and may struggle to find restaurants that will serve you in certain areas during this period.


Not true. Restaurants will be open and do serve. As well as all the hotels etc. And no, you won't get your hands chopped off for eating in public etc
Too many horror stories about people landing up in prison for my liking.
jhw13 m ago

Too many horror stories about people landing up in prison for my liking.


1 or 2 headlines is not illustrative of the overall behaviour of the country - believe it or not a lot of people do go and come from Dubai/UAE and DO NOT go to jail. Its a wild guess but I'm pretty sure the number that DONT end up in prison is far greater than the ones that do.

Regardless, you've been led to believe its too risky - but tell you what this no BS authoritative regime they have in place kills crime like you wouldnt believe. Violent crime/Hate Crime in the UK, I feel, sadly has become the normal way of life (in London).

As for the deal no idea if its good if the airline is as bad as littel.helper - price is decent but if airline sucks then avoid.
Dry? (No booze served?)
Well, would help to say which airport.
Islamic law prohibits unmarried couples from living together. The same rule applies to sharing a hotel room. In theory, hotels should also not call you a cab or help you book a tour in which you will be alone with your partner. This is based on the Tawajed clause, which states that people of opposite sex cannot be alone together unless they’re married or are family. So it’s best to Ask the hotel first or book 2 rooms
Edited by: "BrummyGeeza" 19th Feb
BrummyGeeza10 m ago

Islamic law prohibits unmarried couples from living together. The same …Islamic law prohibits unmarried couples from living together. The same rule applies to sharing a hotel room. In theory, hotels should also not call you a cab or help you book a tour in which you will be alone with your partner. This is based on the Tawajed clause, which states that people of opposite sex cannot be alone together unless they’re married or are family. So it’s best to Ask the hotel first or book 2 rooms


Yawn - have you actually been to Dubai? That maybe the Islamic law but if you've ever been you know that rule isnt implemented and when we do hear the blue moon case of someone in trouble with the authorities its because they've gone out of their way to attract attention to themselves.
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captainjack35 m ago

Yawn - have you actually been to Dubai? That maybe the Islamic law but if …Yawn - have you actually been to Dubai? That maybe the Islamic law but if you've ever been you know that rule isnt implemented and when we do hear the blue moon case of someone in trouble with the authorities its because they've gone out of their way to attract attention to themselves.


Yes, I have visited twice, but I was looking to book for later this year. And quite a few hotels mention that policy, but doesn’t apply to me because I’m married
Have been a number of times - some apartments want to see you marriage certificate when you check in and ban alcohol etc in the apartments.

On the other hand IF you want a drink it is feely available from loas of outlets
BrummyGeeza53 m ago

IYes, I have visited twice, but I was looking to book for later this year. …IYes, I have visited twice, but I was looking to book for later this year. And quite a few hotels mention that policy, but doesn’t apply to me because I’m married


Wouldnt know about hotel policies as was in my own place, my bad. Bit strange having that policy considering the night life/club action is no nonsense. Maybe thats why tents are still popular out there...
roehampton2 h, 38 m ago

I would feel more comfortable in Las Vegas but anyway, hot for price


Yeah and get shot in the process.
From which airport?
The Sultan of Brunei (who's wealth fund owns the airline) has implemented Sharia law in his country. It's definitely something you should think about when booking the airline.
theguardian.com/wor…ing
I can second the comment on a terrible flight. Flew to New Zealand with them and oil started doing from the ceiling. Our plane also broke o the way back in Dubai and we spent 15 hours sleeping on the floor as they refused to put us in hotels... Never again
sto11 h, 8 m ago

Have been a number of times - some apartments want to see you marriage …Have been a number of times - some apartments want to see you marriage certificate when you check in and ban alcohol etc in the apartments. On the other hand IF you want a drink it is feely available from loas of outlets


You can’t buy alcohol in any shops , you can only buy it from SOME hotel bars ( £7.50+ a pint ) so the best thing to do is to go straight to the little duty free shop near the luggage collection point on your way out after you land , & stock up as it sells cases of beer too ( small coke sized cans ) as well as quality wines etc & that’s the holiday sorted
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muneeb2443 h, 29 m ago

departing from which airport?


London x
Almost all hotels sell alcohol in their bars. Dubai is INCREDIBLY Westernised, just expensive. There are way too many innaccurate comments on here. My son lives in Dubai and we have been there numerous times. I know I feel a damn sight safer there than in any major UK town and the scum elements they contain.
Everyone should visit Dubai once...its a stunning place and could not be friendlier
Normal price for this airline..
ramraideruk1 h, 3 m ago

The Sultan of Brunei (who's wealth fund owns the airline) has implemented …The Sultan of Brunei (who's wealth fund owns the airline) has implemented Sharia law in his country. It's definitely something you should think about when booking the airline.https://www.theguardian.com/world/2014/apr/30/sultan-brunei-sharia-penal-code-flogging-death-stoning



What on earth has that got anything to do with the deal?

Its a direct flight! There is no stopover - and even if there was? So what? Dont do anything you wouldnt do in an airport over here and you'll be OK!

Are we going to start looking into the politics, beliefs, laws and the history of a nation to make use of a deal?

If that's the case no-one that opposes racism should fly to the US - not practical or make sense now does it?

Give your anti-Islamic rhetoric a pass for once
Edited by: "captainjack" 19th Feb
andyatalice44 m ago

Almost all hotels sell alcohol in their bars. Dubai is INCREDIBLY …Almost all hotels sell alcohol in their bars. Dubai is INCREDIBLY Westernised, just expensive. There are way too many innaccurate comments on here. My son lives in Dubai and we have been there numerous times. I know I feel a damn sight safer there than in any major UK town and the scum elements they contain.Everyone should visit Dubai once...its a stunning place and could not be friendlier



BrummyGeeza54 m ago

You can’t buy alcohol in any shops , you can only buy it from SOME hotel b …You can’t buy alcohol in any shops , you can only buy it from SOME hotel bars ( £7.50+ a pint ) so the best thing to do is to go straight to the little duty free shop near the luggage collection point on your way out after you land , & stock up as it sells cases of beer too ( small coke sized cans ) as well as quality wines etc & that’s the holiday sorted


Yes you can mate - you've only visited twice for a holiday I'm assuming - there are several stores (off-licenses?) selling alcohol - there. They are dedicated to selling only alcohol and can be identified by the windows being all painted/boarded or covered up completely.

Is it really that much of a necessity when visiting a new country to have a drink available at the snap of your fingers? There's quite a lot that can be done there and enjoyed without alcohol too
BrummyGeeza1 h, 0 m ago

You can’t buy alcohol in any shops , you can only buy it from SOME hotel b …You can’t buy alcohol in any shops , you can only buy it from SOME hotel bars ( £7.50+ a pint ) so the best thing to do is to go straight to the little duty free shop near the luggage collection point on your way out after you land , & stock up as it sells cases of beer too ( small coke sized cans ) as well as quality wines etc & that’s the holiday sorted



I think at The Irish Village in Al Garhoud its around a fiver a pint - same as prices in London
Direct flight ticket Dubai from.....the shetlands!
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littel.helper4 h, 46 m ago

I am not sure if anything has changed since i traveled wit this airline. I …I am not sure if anything has changed since i traveled wit this airline. I had absolute horrid flight London to Dubai. plane must have come out of scrap yard for planes. seats were ripped no in flight entertainment at all. plane was rattling all the way. when we landed it was big relief! ! NEVER AGAIN even it was free.


Can I ask you when did you flight with them? As I said I work for a travel agency and our colleagues/clients have flown with them recently and they were quite happy and impressed...I'm pretty sure they are now using new Dreamliner aircraft for that route x
BrummyGeeza4 h, 37 m ago

Islamic law prohibits unmarried couples from living together. The same …Islamic law prohibits unmarried couples from living together. The same rule applies to sharing a hotel room. In theory, hotels should also not call you a cab or help you book a tour in which you will be alone with your partner. This is based on the Tawajed clause, which states that people of opposite sex cannot be alone together unless they’re married or are family. So it’s best to Ask the hotel first or book 2 rooms


Again not true. You stated the obvious in your own sentence when you said "Islamic law". This only applies to you if you're a Muslim.

If you're not a Muslim then it doesn't matter and no, they don't arrest you or restrict you in any way.
ramraideruk3 h, 48 m ago

The Sultan of Brunei (who's wealth fund owns the airline) has implemented …The Sultan of Brunei (who's wealth fund owns the airline) has implemented Sharia law in his country. It's definitely something you should think about when booking the airline.https://www.theguardian.com/world/2014/apr/30/sultan-brunei-sharia-penal-code-flogging-death-stoning


Your a sheep, the one who always feeds off CNN, BBC AND other crap.

Do you have a brain?

Do you know each country has laws, so Islamic countries are allowed to use both common law and Islamic law.

Similarly, the UK is based on common law, similar to Australia, South Africa etc.

What about the laws of Thailand when people try to smuggle drugs etc and a life punishment is given.
I think you need to clarify the reason for law. Laws are here to sanction people.

Everyone should respect everyone's beliefs and it would be better to save that money and spend it at Cheesecake Factory!!!

Get a drink, get a coffee!!
Edited by: "roadie" 20th Feb
ladiesman58910 h, 58 m ago

Not true. Restaurants will be open and do serve. As well as all the hotels …Not true. Restaurants will be open and do serve. As well as all the hotels etc. And no, you won't get your hands chopped off for eating in public etc


If people believe punishment for eating in public is chopping of the hands, God knows what they would believe to be chopped off as the punishment for having sex!
Edited by: "DaveTaylor" 20th Feb
roadie7 h, 23 m ago

Your a sheep, the one who always feeds off CNN, BBC AND other crap.Do you …Your a sheep, the one who always feeds off CNN, BBC AND other crap.Do you have a brain?Do you know each country has laws, so Islamic countries are allowed to use both common law and Islamic law.Similarly, the UK is based on common law, similar to Australia, South Africa etc.What about the laws of Thailand when people try to smuggle drugs etc and a life punishment is given.I think you need to clarify the reason for law. Laws are here to sanction people.Everyone should respect everyone's beliefs and it would be better to save that money and spend it at Cheesecake Factory!!!Get a drink, get a coffee!!


Forget the alcohol - going to Cheesecake Factory is the ONLY reason 1 should go to the UAE!

I actually called them up in the US and asked possibilities of sponsorship/partnership or coming to the UK - they hung up as soon as they heard UK...
DaveTaylor4 h, 4 m ago

If people believe punishment for eating in public is chopping of the …If people believe punishment for eating in public is chopping of the hands, God knows what they would believe to be chopped off as the punishment for having sex!


Stop your bs.

Islam does not punish anyone for eating in public. Stupid boy
captainjack1 h, 25 m ago

Forget the alcohol - going to Cheesecake Factory is the ONLY reason 1 …Forget the alcohol - going to Cheesecake Factory is the ONLY reason 1 should go to the UAE!I actually called them up in the US and asked possibilities of sponsorship/partnership or coming to the UK - they hung up as soon as they heard UK...

I only been to the cheesecake factory once but boy that red velvet was just amazing.
Gutted they won't come to the Uk
ladiesman58915 h, 37 m ago

Not true. Restaurants will be open and do serve. As well as all the hotels …Not true. Restaurants will be open and do serve. As well as all the hotels etc. And no, you won't get your hands chopped off for eating in public etc


Not even if you are a loud chewer?
andyatalice19th Feb

Almost all hotels sell alcohol in their bars. Dubai is INCREDIBLY …Almost all hotels sell alcohol in their bars. Dubai is INCREDIBLY Westernised, just expensive. There are way too many innaccurate comments on here. My son lives in Dubai and we have been there numerous times. I know I feel a damn sight safer there than in any major UK town and the scum elements they contain.Everyone should visit Dubai once...its a stunning place and could not be friendlier


True - Dubai is incredibly westernised, they serve alcohol in most restaurants and night clubs, it costs a lot more than in the UK. Royal Brunei flight to Dubai is direct to Dubai.
I bought the tickets cheaper via Kayak though (back in December). No alcohol was served but you could smell it from some passengers who drank from the bottles bought in Heathrow duty free, no one was arrested for that :-)
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