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One Way flight from Goa (India) to London Gatwick £99 (December departures) @ Thomas Cook Airlines
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One Way flight from Goa (India) to London Gatwick £99 (December departures) @ Thomas Cook Airlines

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Posted 14th May
Excellent price for a one way flight from India to the UK. A good option for the final leg of a round the world tour or if you are touring Asia. I'm sure there are many other suitable reasons too! Hand luggage only.

Available dates: 12th, 13th, 16th, 19th & 20th December


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Try and find out what type of plane you'll be on. The first time I went, this was with Thomas Cook flights, it was on the most uncomfortable plane possible. Every single passenger ended up complaining about serious lack of seating space.

The next time I went I used Emirates. The return flight cost £400. A small price to pay for such comparitive luxury.
To GOA £99 ... TO LONDON £499
Happy Journey
mynameisowen14/05/2019 08:02

Wrong way around I think


Good morning... Still rubbing my eyes looking outside of sunny day
Broc_Mudflap14/05/2019 06:59

Try and find out what type of plane you'll be on. The first time I went, …Try and find out what type of plane you'll be on. The first time I went, this was with Thomas Cook flights, it was on the most uncomfortable plane possible. Every single passenger ended up complaining about serious lack of seating space.The next time I went I used Emirates. The return flight cost £400. A small price to pay for such comparitive luxury.



Emierates and Air NZ fleets both use some of the densest aircraft configurations on offer so might well be advice taken with a pinch depending on that plane and where!
Went with Thomas cook in January to goa.
no complaints with the plane
Will they be around by December?
Aren't they in financial trouble?
The aircraft type will be an Airbus 330-200. It is a direct flight. The seating in economy was replaced a couple of years ago and is quite acceptable. In flight entertainment is reasonably comprehensive and can be upgraded on board of a small charge. Food will be a snack/panini after departure and a hot breakfast an hour from arrival as it is a deep night flight. Premium Economy has better seating, free alcoholic drinks, more legroom, upgraded entertainment and food included.
I did something like this date on TC coming back from Cape Verde and IIRC it was £29. It's because everyone is flying in for Xmas so there's loads of capacity on the return leg.
groenleader14/05/2019 08:18

Emierates and Air NZ fleets both use some of the densest aircraft …Emierates and Air NZ fleets both use some of the densest aircraft configurations on offer so might well be advice taken with a pinch depending on that plane and where!


Just sharing my experience
Wow, amazing flight for one way if people can find decent associated flights. I flew on Thomas Cook Airlines to Goa a few years ago. No complaints from me
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