London to Melbourne or Sydney Return Flights inc 2 x 23kg luggage - Nov/Feb/Mar dates from £406.14 via Flight Scout (Air China)
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London to Melbourne or Sydney Return Flights inc 2 x 23kg luggage - Nov/Feb/Mar dates from £406.14 via Flight Scout (Air China)

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Posted 1st Aug
Number of cheap return flights London to Melbourne with date availability for November, February and March with prices from £406. Also a number of return flights from London to Sydney from £414. Deal link goes to Flight Scout powered by Skyscanner to show the different dates available. Flights operated by Air China including layover in Beijing, 2 x 23kg checked luggage included.



Flight dates London to Melbourne £406 return

Various dates in November, February and March including 3 or 4 week duration.


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Layover in Beijing, a number of travel agents offering from £406. If you prefer to book directly with the airline is £426. Flight duration for the return journey looks decent.

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Flight dates London to Sydney £414 return

Various dates in November, January, February, March, April and May including 3 or 4 week duration.

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Layover in Beijing, a number of travel agents offering from £414. If you prefer to book directly with the airline is £434. Flight duration for the return journey looks alright.

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Just for clarification. This is Air China (via Beijing) not China Airlines (which would be via Taipei). In my experience, China Airlines is comparable to KLM/Air France, but Air China is more akin to EasyJet.
Edited by: "Joe_Worthington" 1st Aug
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That's a good deal chanchi.. but can you find me a good price for phuket? I don't fancy parachuting off as it flys over
Still looking for cheap MEL/SYD flights for Christmas period, need to persevere!
32hrs outbound and 24hrs rtn looks decent.... ??!!
Is it possible to do a stopover in china with this deal?
Just for clarification. This is Air China (via Beijing) not China Airlines (which would be via Taipei). In my experience, China Airlines is comparable to KLM/Air France, but Air China is more akin to EasyJet.
Edited by: "Joe_Worthington" 1st Aug
Joe_Worthington01/08/2019 18:30

Just for clarification. This is Air China (via Beijing) not China Airways …Just for clarification. This is Air China (via Beijing) not China Airways (which would be via Taipei). In my experience, China Airways is comparable to KLM/Air France, but Air China is more akin to EasyJet.


Taipei is China Airlines actually
Booked a similar long-haul recently and avoided the allure of the cheap Air China fares - airlinequality.com/air…na/, Joe_Worthington's post echoes exactly what I've read, it's the long haul EasyJet/Ryanair.

IMHO - spend lots of time playing with dates, getting good offers with better airlines for long-haul where you're going to be spending around a day flying each way. I got a decent deal with Qatar Airways doing a multi-city trip (and arranging the bits in between myself). If you play around with combinations you can definitely get better a better airline for just a tad bit more I'd say
Good deal, done similar flight last year, was ok.
Not worth a penny if it is with Air China!
Excellent price but poor airline and poor connection times.
I'm voting hot because of the price, but would support the comments from @N898TS and suggest people should pay more for the convenience with another (preferably non Chinese) airline on this occasion.
Edited by: "Uranus" 2nd Aug
N898TS01/08/2019 18:47

Booked a similar long-haul recently and avoided the allure of the cheap …Booked a similar long-haul recently and avoided the allure of the cheap Air China fares - https://www.airlinequality.com/airline-reviews/air-china/, Joe_Worthington's post echoes exactly what I've read, it's the long haul EasyJet/Ryanair.IMHO - spend lots of time playing with dates, getting good offers with better airlines for long-haul where you're going to be spending around a day flying each way. I got a decent deal with Qatar Airways doing a multi-city trip (and arranging the bits in between myself). If you play around with combinations you can definitely get better a better airline for just a tad bit more I'd say


But if one goes wrong.....
Air China ?

Thanks, but no thanks.

I usually fly with Etihad.

Kindest regards
Great price

though have to pay more for better airline

pays your money, takes your choice
Is this site legit? I'm getting the same prices for Auckland, that is daaaamn cheap.
Bigfootpete02/08/2019 13:02

Is this site legit? I'm getting the same prices for Auckland, that is …Is this site legit? I'm getting the same prices for Auckland, that is daaaamn cheap.



Flight Scout are a comparison flight tool (you are not actually booking a flight with them) - if you have found some cheap flights then on the next step you will see the travel agents or airlines that have the flight prices and you would then choose to book with them. thanks
Wow, cheap!. Paid about £1000 per person including 2 kids and 2 adults in Aug with Emiraates but stoping off in Asia for ~ 10/7 so 4 flights in total (Uk -> dubai -> asial asia -> singapore -> Melbourne)
Joe_Worthington01/08/2019 18:30

Just for clarification. This is Air China (via Beijing) not China Airlines …Just for clarification. This is Air China (via Beijing) not China Airlines (which would be via Taipei). In my experience, China Airlines is comparable to KLM/Air France, but Air China is more akin to EasyJet.



U.K. is comparable to USA, AU is more akin to Paradise, such small inconveniences in a airline to get there and escape.
Joe_Worthington01/08/2019 18:30

Just for clarification. This is Air China (via Beijing) not China Airlines …Just for clarification. This is Air China (via Beijing) not China Airlines (which would be via Taipei). In my experience, China Airlines is comparable to KLM/Air France, but Air China is more akin to EasyJet.


Voted hot for price but I loathe Air China as hav had various poor flying experiences with them. They lost my hold luggage, were draconian about my cabin luggage, have the worst in-flight entertainment and food and drinks and the service is just as bad. I’d recommend trying China Southern for a far better experience. Just don’t overpack your bags on the way back if you have to stopover in Guangzhou, China as the Baiyun Airport check-in staff are jobsworths for the most part.
Edited by: "Excalibur" 2nd Aug
Sulla_Felix01/08/2019 18:07

32hrs outbound and 24hrs rtn looks decent.... ??!!


I mean, it's literally on the other side of the world and there are no direct flights, 24 hours is pretty average for a flight to Australia.
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