MAN to TYO on unpronounceable airlines - £320 Kayak or any other OTA
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MAN to TYO on unpronounceable airlines - £320 Kayak or any other OTA

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Found 25th Oct 2015
Flights to Tokyo just keep getting cheaper.

dates in the link are just for an example.
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I'm not surprised if you want to spend 20 hours or more and stopping twice! If you're prepared to waste two days or more of your holiday flying.. I don't fly from Manchester, always from London, so I don't know the normal flying time. It's about 12-14 hours from London. Prices do seem to have gone down for some airlines from London, I've just paid £450 for a one stop return to Tokyo.
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jasee

I'm not surprised if you want to spend 20 hours or more and stopping … I'm not surprised if you want to spend 20 hours or more and stopping twice! If you're prepared to waste two days or more of your holiday flying.. I don't fly from Manchester, always from London, so I don't know the normal flying time. It's about 12-14 hours from London. Prices do seem to have gone down for some airlines from London, I've just paid £450 for a one stop return to Tokyo.


What use is it to tell us what it cost you to go from another airport 200 miles from Manchester?
It would be quicker to start the journey from Korea too

But If £450 ever becomes equal to £320 and London becomes part of Manchester then please come back and make a valid point.
Until then go back to your warm flat lager


Edited by: "quidstretchy" 25th Oct 2015
quidstretchy

What use is it to tell us what it cost you to go from another airport 200 … What use is it to tell us what it cost you to go from another airport 200 miles from Manchester?It would be quicker to start the journey from Korea tooBut If £450 ever becomes equal to £320 and London becomes part of Manchester then please come back and make a valid point. Until then go back to your warm flat lager



i've just checked flying time with one stop from Manchester is about the same as from London. Most if not all the examples you give have a flight time including transfers of 22 hours or more.. You have to pay over £500 for a more normal flight time so effectively you're loosing at least one or two days with the cheapest flights so not a bargain IMO. That's the reason why open jaw tickets are usually not a bargain either
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£339 LHR to NRT, but similar stopovers.
quidstretchy

What use is it to tell us what it cost you to go from another airport 200 … What use is it to tell us what it cost you to go from another airport 200 miles from Manchester?It would be quicker to start the journey from Korea tooBut If £450 ever becomes equal to £320 and London becomes part of Manchester then please come back and make a valid point. Until then go back to your warm flat lager



its a much better idea to encorporate the stop onto your holiday if you want to do it cheap. Schedule a layover in bangkok, beijing, mumbai etc. and maybe a different place on the way back... or find a job where you can take lots of holiday
I've been to Tokes 18 bloody times, (the handbrake is Japanese), in fact she's over again at the end of May.

Best price I've paid was £140 return, direct flights - that was in the days of the ba courier flights
Next best £180 on a BA strike
Next best £200 in a daily mail special offer

The Mrs just paid £750, for the upcoming trip, but last trip flew for £300 (from Amsterdam) on Xiamen Air (stopover in Xiamen, China) - upwards of 25 hours....

Saves £, kills a few days though..

If this is with Xiamen, apparently the food is quite good.. I'd rather get there quicker I think..

But a good deal OP.
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