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June 2019 London to Shanghai AND Bali for £390 with Skyscanner
27/03/2019Expires on 27/03/2019Found 25th MarFound 25th Mar
As per title... London to Shanghai to Bali and back from £390 in June 2019. Link provides itinerary. You can play about with the dates a little too.
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Thanks for the heads up !


No it's the wet season until mid-March/early April. I just got back from Bali last weekend after spending 2 weeks there. It was mostly dry but had a couple of days of rain and a thunderstorm or two.


That is surely a positive and an end to American hegemony over global affairs...


Is January good time to visit Bali???


I just Googled Jacks flight club - I wasn't aware of this, a friend of mine told me about these flights asked me to book it with them. If there is credit to be given to Jacks flight club (and it seems there is by the sounds of the comments) then I will do.

London to Palma flights - £18 pp at Skyscanner
Found 10th MarFound 10th Mar
London Southend to Palma - Ryanair Palma to Gatwick - Easyjet from 24th April to 1st May. If different departure and arrival airport in London a challenge, open £2 more and you ca… Read more

Still cannot undetstand London Southend. What about London Newcastle?


Spain in general is pretty cheap and Palma is still decently priced despite being a very classy city. We were paying 2.50 Euros a glass for decent wine sitting on a scenic rooftop. Decent hotel is around £100 a night but as with anywhere the range is very big. I cannot recommend Palma more highly for short city break, Barcelona without the plebs.


London to Southend for starters!


heat, I fell like going and never coming back


Air tickets are cheaper than rail tickets. And its with Ryanair. Not sure if cheaper is always better

Return flights from London Southend to Venice from £19 pp via SkyScanner
Found 9th MarFound 9th Mar
Return flights from London Southend to Venice from £19/pp... other dates are available as well...

Love Venice & Southend is my favourite UK Airport. Shame my passport has expired . Heat added.


Yeh I would stick to Rome or Milan they much nicer


There was plenty going on at night last summer, didn't realise we were in the red light district until I nipped out for a beer with my 10 and 12 year old. we spent the night there, visited Venice next day and then got the bus to Choggia (1hr) and stayed in a hotel with private beach. We enjoyed it but wouldn't stay in Venice more than a day. we were on a tight schedule anyway starting in Rome then Ferrari and Lamborghini factory tours in the middle and then to Venice, all by train and bus, I wouldn't do it again but it was an experience, just remember to validate tickets when you use public transport. we got 2 fines £120 and £80


Just not at the weekend....


Yes southend Airport is a stop in the line to Southend Victoria. takes about an hour from london

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Visit America! Comprehensive list of free attractions and the cheapest flights (from £208 direct) to Los Angeles, New York & San Francisco
Refreshed 1st MarRefreshed 1st Mar
Here is a comprehensive list of the cheapest flights and the best free things to do in 3 of the most visited US cities: Los Angeles, New York & San Francisco. I hope you enjoy.… Read more
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"MoMA - The entrance fee to the Museum of Modern Art is usually $ 25 per person. Most visitors do not know that the museum is almost deserted on Friday from 4pm to 8pm and entrance is free!" We've just walked past here at 4pm and can say that quite a few people know about this as the queue was literally around the block. It was crazy busy! Went back at 6.30pm and the place was still packed but at least no queue to get in :)


Can anyone recommend a car rental company to use for travelling from San Fran to Los Angeles? Its so confussing to know who to go with as prices seem to vary so much between sites. Thanks.


We had the NY City Pass last summer for our visit and it seemed best value. In addition to all the normal sights on the card we used the bike hire with a shop near Central Park and one near the Brooklyn Bridge. The bike hire was unlimited with no extra costs so on different days we were able to tour both locations and just lock the bikes up when we went for a coffee or lunch. I think it’s the best way of seeing Central Park as it’s so big and the horse drawn buggies are expensive. For cheap lunch after you’ve smashed the hotel breakfast, try the $1 pizza shops or the hotdog stands which vary in price from $1 to $3 for the same thing so worth asking. Don’t eat at JFK Airport as really slow & expensive at the kiosks and worth having a meal or taking snacks before you fly. We used a yellow cab from the airport to the hotel and back. Much cheaper than the hotels taxi company that they tried to use as the yellow ones have set prices, just need to agree price first.


That was good advice until you told everyone!


Heat for the effort and detail- well done Op.

Visit Cologne, Copenhagen & Oslo (Including a return mini cruise from Copenhagen to Oslo) £37 (March Departures/depart STN)@ Skyscanner/DFDS
Found 16th FebFound 16th Feb
You can also skip Cologne and just visit Copenhagen & Oslo for £27 (just skip steps 1 and 2 below book a direct flight to Copenhagen (~ £10)) (shock) Example itinerary (ple… Read more
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Keep the deals coming reindeer. My only issue with nordic, benelux etc countries is the airfare is (UN)usually cheap, but they get it back from the very high cost of accommodation. If you look at countries where the airfare is pretty expensive, you find accommodation in those places is usually dirt cheap.


A lot of the bad reviews for the places identified by the likes of skyscanner and Momondo are to do with on-line bookings not getting honoured. Last time I needed a flight at short(3 day) notice I phone the agent with the deal and got flights and prices confirmed while on the phone to remove the uncertainty, £400 rather £1k direct with virgin for the same flights.


Lol :D


Can't even get close to 40 dkk for the crossing. As u need to add a cabin and it costs over 100dkk each way..


The ferry from Portsmouth to Bilbao is 24 hours so plenty of people, I did it once - force 9 winds and side swells, there were not many people who still had their dinner fully digested after that journey...

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Return flight to New York (departing London Heathrow) £185 (Limited October & December departures) @ Skyscanner (Virgin Atlantic)
Found 16th FebFound 16th Feb
Super cheap price and saves around £70-£80+ compared to flying direct. Decent airline too. Involves a change at JFK and only hand luggage is included. Example dates: 4th - 20th O… Read more
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£1,500,000 for a hotel? Where are you staying? :o




Found it. What a mess. Factor in £100 for cabs between airports at least. Traffic issues could ruin the trip.


Change at Boston. December sold out now


The taxes are more than this. I get £257 too, which is essentially about £5 plus taxes.

Return flight to Boston (departing London Heathrow) £170 (4th - 11th May) @ Skyscanner (Virgin Atlantic)
Found 16th FebFound 16th Feb
Bargain price here for a return flight to Boston with a decent airline. One stop in each direction at JFK. Only the 4th - 11th May is available at present unfortunately. Hand lugga… Read more
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Rubbish!!!! Says it’s £252 plus baggage. So normal price then.


£252 for me too ;( For £8 more one of my deals would get you to New York City or for £10 more you could fly to San Francisco ;)



Return flight to Bali from London Heathrow £320 (March departures) @ Skyscanner (Singapore Airlines)
Refreshed 18th FebRefreshed 18th Feb
I think this is a very good price considering Singapore airlines is repeatedly ranked as being one of the best airlines in the world. From my experience with them, I would agree wi… Read more
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It's just the cheapest sites surely. Nothing to do with size. Most of these booking websites are cheap for a reason, and often they are small companies. Which is why you can't call them and why they are slow responding to emails. They save money on overheads so they sell cheaper. I know what these flights cost to agents and some of these websites are making nothing on a booking. So really they are just buying your personal details. The reason you see Skyscanner mentioned so much is because it is a website that farms users off to the cheapest booking website. It doesn't care what that company are like because that makes no difference to the way Skyscanner makes money. The users of this site just want cheap really. I could post a great deal booked through a proper travel agent, with full service providedincluding 24 hour support whilst travelling. But then loads of users will comment that it is cheaper on etc. Like most things in life, the importance of quality service isn't really appreciated until that service is demonstrated. And one could quite easily book a flight with some shambles of a website and everything would work out fine. But if it went wrong I would be very sure that that person would use a better full service travel agent or go to the airline direct the next time.


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I will agree to disagree,but find it very unfair to always see the big boys commented on this you know how much profit this site has made?????


That is where I see the rest of the deals


what about all the other flying deal sites as you suggested!!!!!!! (annoyed)

Return flight to New York (JFK) from Manchester (April, August, September, October departures) £208 @ Skyscanner (Virgin Atlantic)
Found 14th FebFound 14th Feb
Great price for a return flight to a great city with a decent airline. Lots of availability (see dates below) Baggage not included. Some example dates (credit SF): 17th Apr – 1… Read more
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Have a search and see?


Hence why you should book directly with the airlines, preferably with a credit card.


lot of scaremongering on here. "reputable" Travel agents are also known for screwing things up from time to time too


Wait till there are issues with flight cancellations or re-routes or other factors outside of your control. You'll then see why these rubbish online travel agents have numerous negative reviews. Just search for some of those companies on tripadvisor for example, and read the (literally) hundreds of complaints against each and every one of them.


It's OK to copy as long as the source is credited.

London to New York Direct Return via British Airways with 23KG of luggage - Various dates 2019 - £258 @ Skyscanner
30/06/2019Expires on 30/06/2019Found 13th FebFound 13th Feb
British Airways are doing direct flights from London to New York City on various 2019 dates if you book 6 weeks or more in advance. I've added October 2019 as examples dates. 6hrs … Read more
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Or FLYBE!...tried to do me other night for 50GBP!....i made my bag fit! hahaha


The vast majority of passengers will not travel this route with hand luggage only. I know this because I work in the industry and have access to statistics. Travelling with hand luggage only isn't just about weight. You can't take liquids in any great quantity. Technology needs to be charged in order that you can show that it is indeed what it looks to be. No sharp objects, like tweezers or pen knifes. Medication gets examined and possibly confiscated. No room for shopping bought whilst away. The reason BA and Virgin offer a hand luggage only fares is because other airlines started to do it. Norwegian being the best example. So they compete in the "what's the cheapest" web searches. And finally, anybody who doesn't think this is cheap bag lost sense of perspective. This price is pretty much all taxes and the like. The air fares will be hilariously negligible.


for all jobs LOL


I think it used to be that if you did 15 years of service with BA you got lifetime of at least one guaranteed free first class/business class flight a year guaranteed for you and immediate family plus many heavily discounted flights plus 'hotline' that allowed friends and family 10% off regular flights. Often BA flights would be crammed with staff in 1st class / business class! I think that BA have got rid of many ground handling and admin staff at all but Heathrow, so now reduced the people that can still get those perks. maybe 20 years ago it was no secret that some older BA staff who'd been with BA for 20+ years and that drove pushback tugs and loaded /smashed luggage were probably on at least £40k a year plus tons of overtime and perks and many had an utter hatred of management. Very old school and didn't know they were born. Many now probably retired at 55 with big settlements after Gatwick and other stations paired down staffing and they still get free flights for life and a nice pension. Those days are over for anyone new getting into aviation though.


I found out an ex BA staff member I know still gets free flights for her and family even though she left the company years ago! Paying customers are paying for these ex staff benefits! :o

Skyscanner - One way Direct flight to Alicante, Spain in April 2019 - £9
Found 13th FebFound 13th Feb
Skycanner are doing one way flights to Alicante in April for £9. Cheap return also available. From London Southend with Ryanair Cheaper than morning commute train ticket to Leeds… Read more

5 nights family of 4 booked £120 with luggage 🔥


I think that area is way below his standards. Although he does has property in Slumdon, so you never know lol


OK Richard Branson


Not unless you opt to pay them. That said, if you have luggage, it'll cost a minimum of £6 extra per flight.


Why didn't you just post a Ryanair deal of £18 return for one week stay from 2 April?

Visit Svalbard & Oslo £98 (March Departures) departing London Stansted @ Skyscanner (SAS Airlines / Norweigan / Ryanair)
Found 11th FebFound 11th Feb
Background info (adapted from Google) Svalbard is a Norwegian archipelago located between mainland Norway and the North Pole. Svalbard is one of the world’s northernmost inhabite… Read more
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Great deal. Perfect for a trip to spot armoured bears.


Heat. Very good price but the dates aren't doable for me. I need to tick this one off my list for a few nights, then I'll only have 6 locations left to stay overnight to have stayed everywhere in Europe.


It won’t be with Norwegian from Stansted as they don’t depart from there, only Gatwick.


Thanks for sharing. Rare to find deals like this

2 City Trip! Visit Barcelona and Boston (USA) for just £173-£179 (October / November departures) departing London Gatwick @ Vueling / Iberia
Found 10th FebFound 10th Feb
Crazy price for a 2 city trip! Cheaper prices now available compared to my post the other day. Several dates in November available. No baggage included, but you can normally fit in… Read more
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The only thing I suggest is booking these deals DIRECTLY with level/Iberia. You book through Travelgenio or similar sounding name and get £10/20 discount and about £200 worth of hassle if things go wrong.


:D Theyve done the same to me countless times but I dont moan too much as they have taking me round the world for a pittance. Only thing I gripe at is Jacks Club stealing from these sites and getting monthly membership off people. No bueno.


Deals I post and many others on here often just get ripped and put on other sites without any credit, and as these deals can often take a lot of time and effort to post that is why I lost interest in crediting sites. Maybe it is for the best if the sources were listed though. Strange how on all the other sites these sorts of comments are not posted, (not directly aimed at you!) even on the secret flying deals they copied from me- maybe they are deleted, who knows.


It's called being polite, so no it's not about being fair or is that how you run you entire life, tit-for-tat? (strong)


They do the same when I find deals ;) I stopped giving them credit when they did not give me any, only fair :)

[Direct] Return Flight from London Gatwick to Shanghai £341 - £346 [March, May & June Departures] @ Skyscanner (China Eastern Airlines)
Found 9th FebFound 9th Feb
A great price for a direct return flight to China with there being lots of availability throughout March, May and June. Please note that April is not included and that some departu… Read more
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Good find! I've fly with them a few times. The plane and entertainment and food is ok, certainly for almost half the price of Virgin or BA. The only one time they messed up was their system did not factor in BST time and force us to reschesule the flight, believing we will not be able to catch.the connection flight!




Fair comment. I am just posting the cheapest prices, at the end of the day it is up to the user to decide whether they wish to fly with that particular airline or not :)


Oh and on the flight back we left late but that was only because we were going to arrive too early and would not have had a slot to land. Left 45 mins late but still landed 10 mins early


I have only used them once and yes it was because they were cheap. But.... The plane was new and had very good in flight entertainment that worked. The service was only beaten by what i received by Cathay and the food wasnt bad at all. I travel a lot but have to do it on a budget and as i cant afford the top end then these guys are no worse than any others. In my experience of course....

London, UK to Lahore, Pakistan for only £363 roundtrip via Skyscanner
Found 8th FebFound 8th Feb
London, UK to Lahore, Pakistan for only £363 roundtrip Cheap flights from London, UK to Lahore, Pakistan for only £363 roundtrip with Qatar Airways. DEPART: London, UK ARRIVE: Laho… Read more




Please share where?


No, it's planned to come in but hasn't yet. There's no date for it to go live, and Brexit and Pakistani bureaucracy means this isn't going to go live in the next few days... You must be prepared to spend the cash, have the time and the references to get a visa in the meantime.



One Way flight from Orlando to London Gatwick £61 (March departures) @ Skyscanner (Thomas Cook Airlines)
Found 7th FebFound 7th Feb
Random deal here, but if you need a one way flight from Orlando to London in March you can get this for just £61 :o Currently I can see the 26th and 31st March as being available… Read more
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is the deal still available, showing double the price ?


Unbelievable bargain!!!


none available now


Luckily I've got a one use Superman Cape to get to Orlando. Great deal


Watch out for icebergs!

London Heathrow to Hong Kong Round Trip Flights w/ Lufthansa (1 stop) - £377 in April via Skyscanner
Found 6th FebFound 6th Feb
31/3 - 7/4 dates found - haven't had time to look up any more dates 23Kg luggage and meals included

Good price with decent airline (cathay & BA now almost as bad as air china). Hongkong has got cheaper and cheaper to fly to. Just back from a CNY trip direct with virgin; <£450pp with luggage.


Best place I went when traveling round the world. V nice people


I second that. It is a peace of mind.


Always book directly with the airlines themselves and not through a third party.


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Direct flights with Virgin Atlantic to LA for under £300 return - £293 @ Skyscanner
Found 6th FebFound 6th Feb
Great value flights with a great airline! Virgin have some amazing deals at the moment and currently £292 return to L.A is one of the best the only thing you need to add is luggage… Read more

I wanted Virgin flights... All I got was this crappy flying through the air stuff!


Here's a heads-up about keeping safe in LA. It has very dangerous areas. Be aware.


Excellent tip, thank you


Virgin is providing an incentive for people who travel light to save money, not to cut an overall ticket price. If you have a problem, buy hold luggage and you'll still have a bargain on your hands.


THIS is why I love this place (lol)

Return Flight to Orlando Intl from London Gatwick (20th - 31st March) £209 @ Skyscanner (Norweigan / Thomas Cook Airlines)
Found 6th FebFound 6th Feb
Awesome price for a direct return flight to Orlando. Could only see this date unfortunately, but there could well be more :) Please note the outbound flight is with Norweigan wher… Read more
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Are Norweigan Airlines in financial trouble ? How far in advance would it be safe to book if an airline was struggling..?


AMAZING!!!!!!!!!!!! For 2 adults and 2 children its £684 (£171 each).

Return Flights to Auckland from London Heathrow £457 (May Departures) @ Skyscanner (China Eastern)
Found 5th FebFound 5th Feb
Excellent price for return flights to New Zealand :) Although there is a 16 hour layover in Shanghai you can get a 72 hour free visa . Example dates: 19th May – 5th Jun 21st M… Read more
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Make sure you never have 2 stopovers in China unless your total transit period is <24 hours, as free 72 or 144 hour visa do not apply if you do. You’d simply be denied boarding unless you have applied and been granted a Chinese visa in your home country. I’ve just done London to Ho Chi Minh City vis Guangzhou in China on China Southern Airlines. The whole transfer in China was a piece of cake.


Better to use the FREE, 144 hours China Transit Visa in Shanghai as their is nothing you need to do prior to arriving in Shangai; it is Free and it applies in this case as you are not returning directly to your initial point of Departure (LHR). Similarly on your Return, Must be a Citizen of one of these countries : Albania, Argentina, Austria, Australia, Belgium, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Brazil, Brunei, Bulgaria, Canada, Chile, Croatia, Cyprus, Czech Republic, Denmark, Estonia, Finland, France, Germany, Greece, Hungary, Iceland, Ireland, Italy, Japan, Latvia, Lithuania, Luxemburg, Macedonia, Malta, Mexico, Montenegro, Netherlands, New Zealand, Poland, Portugal, Qatar, Romania, Russia, Serbia, Singapore, Slovakia, Slovenia, South Korea, Spain, Sweden, Switzerland, United Arab Emirates, Ukraine, United Kingdom, United States of America.

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