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One Way flight from Goa (India) to London Gatwick £94.66 (December departures) @ Thomas Cook Airlines
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Posted 13th JunPosted 13th Jun
Finally a decent flight deal, with decent price deals being few and far between at the moment given the time of year :( Various dates available in December, as shown in the image… Read more
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ElijahGooner

Tbh upon first reading it, I thought he was incinuating that Indians are stinky

arthikair2000

How do I get this? Doesn't seem to work

chocci

Google broken? https://www.google.co.uk/m?q=full+moon+party+backpacker&client=ms-opera-mobile&channel=new&espv=1

peter1969uk

I think it did need explaining, it still needs explaining. What the hell is a full moon party backpacker?

polarone001

What a civil conversation online,well done

One way flight from Edinburgh to Cancun (Mexico) June departures / Including 20kg Hold Baggage, Inflight Meal £99.99 @ Thomas Cook Airlines
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Posted 24th MayPosted 24th May
Great price for the start of a round the world / America trip or if you just want to leave the UK and never come back (a certain someone might be interested in this after the event… Read more
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Ghostrecon

Yes bali and turkey are safer than your Mexico

Daniel_RhVn

You are completely misinformed. I am British and am writing this from Mexico City right now. It is true that places in the North and West of the country are not 100% safe, but Cancun/Play del Carmen/Rivieri Maya are fine, as is the capital city. Are you seriously saying that Bali, Morocco and Turkey are safer? Would that be the same Bali where a few hundred (mostly Australian) tourists got blown up a few years ago? Would it be the same Morocco where a bomb went off in a Marrakesh marketplace? The one where a tourist got beheaded last year? Would it be the same Turkey where people showed up to the country's main airport with AK47s and suicide belts in 2016 and killed 45 people?

Lexeus

Fantastic post by the way OP.... I would book if I wasn't ill right now :(

Mrs_MemoryMaker

For Cheap flights and Family holidays check out my facebook page Mrs Memorymaker <3

Lexeus

Mexico in general is not safe that is true, but the tourist areas are sectioned from the rest of the country and are subject to much stricter controls. You cannot compare Cancun to mexico city... As others have said, it is barely Mexican at all, the hotels are certainly American, just that they pay less tax I am sure. I stayed in Xcaret Occidental and I would highly recommend it to anyone, you dont even need to leav the extensive hotel grounds/marine life park if you don't want to. Mojitos before Midday, I can taste the Mint right now! :D http://www.occidentalgrandxcaret.com/gallery.asp

One Way flight from Goa (India) to London Gatwick £99 (December departures) @ Thomas Cook Airlines
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Posted 14th MayPosted 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 suita… Read more
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Javster

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

Broc_Mudflap

Just sharing my experience :)

WessexUnderwater

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.

airbus330

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.

umar88

Will they be around by December? Aren't they in financial trouble?

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One Way flight from Goa (India) to London Gatwick £90 (December departures) @ Thomas Cook Airlines
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Posted 3rd AprPosted 3rd Apr
Great price for a flight from India to the UK. Great if you need this as the final flight as part of a round the world (or Asia) itinerary. Hand luggage only. Example dates: 12th,… Read more
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antsgame

Haha (lol) (y) you gotta get there first

Enigma-Machine

But the destination is London ;)

antsgame

Lol its in Goa. (y) 🇮🇳

Enigma-Machine

Where in London is that?

antsgame

<3 🇮🇳 Visit Cabo de Rama when your there guys. (y)

Last Minute return flight to Tunisia (departing Cardiff) £50 @ Thomas Cook Airlines
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Posted 31st MarPosted 31st Mar
Great price for a flight to Tunisia with a good airline. Hand luggage only. Outbound 3rd April; Return 10th April. You can also book the 24th April - 8th May for £56. Tunisia … Read more
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misterboumsong

I went to Tunisia and in my opinion I found it to be a tip won't ever return.

umar

My question was genuine by the way so thanks for the input (y)

davemorris1

The last tourists to go to Tunisia got machine gunned on the beach

extonjoe

What comments keeps getting moderated by Tunisian secret police

extonjoe

Only with personal protection guys

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One way Flights Orlando TO Manchester £69.99pp @ Thomas Cook Airlines
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Posted 22nd MarPosted 22nd Mar
Perhaps good if you have family or friends wanting to visit the UK or for whatever reason are looking for a one way flight from Orlando to the UK, just £69.99pp couple of April dat… Read more
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mysmugcat

It's the other way only, from the USA.

KM4353

Good deal. From Manchester you'd only want to get a one way ticket anyways

mickrick

The worst flights I've ever had were with Thomas Cook. Literally zero leg space (I'm only 5'9"), the flip down table was touching my chest. Awful. So we're flying Virgin Atlantic to Orlando this time. Incidentally, my wife's niece's family VA flights to Orlando a few weeks ago was delayed for hours on the way there and they've just been given £2600 compo (2 adults/3 kids). Fingers crossed :D

Skybird

And doesn't want to go back !

extonjoe

Only any good for a person in Orlando already

From Orlando to Manchester or London - One Way Flights £49.99 @ Thomas Cook
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From Orlando to Manchester or London - One Way Flights £49.99 @ Thomas Cook
£49.99
For those that are perhaps planning a multistop trip or have family that want to visit, one way flights from Orlando to the UK from as cheap as £49.99pp over at Thomas Cook. Cheap… Read more
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beanooo

You can fly return for nearly 2 weeks from Gatwick for a good price if you book on different airlines. Fly from Gatwick one way with Norwegian direct on the 18th March for £150. Then book your return separately with Thomas cook for £59.99 on the 31st March. Total of £209.99.

Besford

Don't worry - it's not going to happen!

extonjoe

Not a lot of good unless your already in Orlando

bendickens

Day after brexit, might not even fly! Were all grounded in the UK post Brexit!

corrinda

Lol I need a sleep found it now thankyou

From Manchester: Flights to Cayo Coco (Feb / March) £299.98pp (based on 2 sharing) £599.96 @ Thomas Cook
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From Manchester: Flights to Cayo Coco (Feb / March) £299.98pp (based on 2 sharing) £599.96 @ Thomas Cook
£599.96
Some great cheap flights to Cayo Coco in Cuba in February time. These are direct but don't include hold luggage and you'll need to add this on at additional cost. It is possible t… Read more
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adiboy79

Cayo Coco lovely. Bear in mind there 5 star is not Mexico 5 star but found people very friendly. Can recommend lenny’s bar for lobster. Had a 1957 Ford able convert (?) as taxi- he let me have ago!

plodging

All airlines the same , queues , delays etc etc .. It's a means to an end that's all

buzzard

Tui are also bad - and with no competition would be even worse. We flew to Cuba recently with Thomas Cook - long queue and/or flight delays. Weather was very warm, even evening were not cold. We had a bit of overnight rain and one wet morning.

Fullspizz

Been to the Coco’s a couple of times and loved it. Bit windy this time of year but still decent during the day, gets very cool at night

RK79

What's it like there? I heard it can get quite expensive.

From London: Direct Flights to Cape Town £309.98 @ Thomas Cook Airlines
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Posted 15th JanPosted 15th Jan
From London: Direct Flights to Cape Town £309.98 @ Thomas Cook Airlines
£309.98
Very cheap for direct flights to Cape Town, limited availability end of Jan/returning February. Screen shots 25 Jan to 11 Feb. As with Thomas Cook you'll need to add on hold lugga… Read more
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ewanjane

This is an incredible bargain. Well, my profile pic says it all. We are planning on going back this time next year to visit friends and family so I just hope we can get as good but unlikely!

rachelandgromit

I've been watching prices for South Africa flights since before Xmas and direct, they have never dropped this low, cheapest I has seen them before today was £399. Jo'burg is always a little cheaper.

fedex1401

Was lucky enough to be invited out to Cape Town on business a couple of years ago, but was only there for a few days. Amazing place and not at all what I had expected. It’s probably fair to say that you need to visit Jo’burg or Durban to witness the real South Africa though. Like many if I had the time available I’d be all over this, it’s a great price.(y)

siadwel

South Africa has never appealed to me but great find for those that do. Perhaps I'm missing out. Flew Thomas Cook to New York last year and they were excellent. James Martin meal going out was very tasty which was more than you could say for the return offering, which seems to be the norm from all the airlines we've returned with from the states.

xdaminis

Hot weather, cheap food and drink, just wish I had those dates free. I would even have free accommodation from friends.

Manchester to New York Direct Return flights £269.98 - Jan to June 19 dates @ Thomas Cook Airlines
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Posted 7th JanPosted 7th Jan
Manchester to New York Direct Return flights £269.98 - Jan to June 19 dates @ Thomas Cook Airlines
£269.98£39932%
Thomas Cook have a number of direct return flights to New York for £269.98 flying from Manchester. Availability from January to June, seems to be quite a bit of availability. Wha… Read more
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cjabingham

Neither can I! It was a few months ago maybe for Jan last year ! Sorry

BargainHunterT1000

Can't see any 2 way flights for under 200 can you screen shot or send the dates please all I can see is over 200. Thanks

cjabingham

Skyscanner. Search edi to swf

BargainHunterT1000

Where's these flight prices? Thanks

cjabingham

Not cheap! From Edinburgh to EWL is under £200 rtn !

One way flights from Cape Town, South Africa to Gatwick £89.99pp @ Thomas Cook Airlines
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Posted 28th Nov 2018Posted 28th Nov 2018
One way flights from Cape Town, South Africa to Gatwick £89.99pp @ Thomas Cook Airlines
£89.99
Its an odd one, but I've seen stranger on here. That's why I have an enormous supply of Quaker Oats in my living room courtesy of @amazoncrazy Anyway, for anyone wanting a one … Read more
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TheRatedSeller

If only this was called HSAD

BertieWusster

Shouldn't this have been posted on HSAD? :/

Widnesmick

That’s the wife’s Christmas present sorted (y) .... think I’ll give it to early this year though (:I

dealerxxx

What about the other way?

deleted1105452

The white farmer special.

USA West Coast 24hr Flash Sale - starts Thursday 15th Nov at noon@ Thomas Cook
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USA West Coast 24hr Flash Sale - starts Thursday 15th Nov at noon@ Thomas Cook
Just got the email.
sprince24

No. You misunderstood, I agree with your comment, I’m just saying there will be not flight for 27.99, Thomas cook have worded the email to drive everyone to there site, but it’s not the USA flights for 27.99,

airbus330

Sure, all i was saying is how the system works and the price of a return sector from Goa was around £30 last week. What they actually price them at won't be known until the sale starts. Original post edited.

sprince24

In the meantime check out our other offers, The other offers are flights for 27.99, Not flights to USA

sprince24

airbus330

I'd hazard a guess that the seats will be inbound from the USA on the first flights of the summer programme, which would normally fly back empty. They were selling the 1st returns from the Winter Goa programme for a similar price a couple of weeks back. Bargain if you are backpacking round the world and it fits the itinary.

Non-stop from Manchester, UK to Goa, India for only £249 roundtrip On Thomas Cook Airlines
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Posted 12th Nov 2018Posted 12th Nov 2018
Non-stop from Manchester, UK to Goa, India for only £249 roundtrip On Thomas Cook Airlines
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DEPART: Manchester, UK ARRIVE: Goa, India RETURN: Manchester, UK DATES: Availability from November to December 2018 The Thomas Cook website conveniently provides a “Lowest Fare… Read more
duncanb1973

Thanks, i have just booked. FYI it was 348 return but when i seperated the journey to 2 singles it was 219 there and 59 back. I checked the return price again and then the singles againand the singles had gone up, however when I used another pc they where still 59- be aware of thoose cookies. Prices quoted are hand luggage only (am only going for 5 days), i think it was £30 for a 20kg bag

thabiz

Fantastic price! I paid £495 for a Man-Goa return (with premium added for right of cancelation with 80% money back thing) between December 11th 2018 and January 22nd 2019. I need to be there in January to meet some friends, but if that wasnt an issue then I would cancel mine and get this. If Dubai ostentatious modern luxury is what you want then it's probably not your cup of tea. If sun, sea and cheap booze is all you want then it is easier and probably cheaper to go to the more usual destinations. If seeing dogs, cows, rats, litter and bad condition pavements is a problem for you then don't go. And if begging children and women is too much for you then again it isnt for you. It suits certain people. Yes the e Visa is $100 now and lasts for 60 days and you can use it twice within that time I think or maybe you fly out of India and back in again and it lasts another 60. I suggest using one of those websites that do the Visa for you, they make sure your photo and all the required information is correct and give you as many tries as it takes. Its worth the extra £40 or whatever for peace of mind, for your first time atleast, as I think they go abit easier on you if you have had an e visa previously. Use those "photo me" booths in Morrisons, Asda, Tesco etc for the required 2 x 2 inch (50 x 50 mm) The official indian e visa website is 1 payment for one shot, if you get denied first time for whatever trivial reason they come up with then kiss that $100 goodbye. They ask you for an Indian citizen as a sponsor and an address of where you are staying on the official site now, and for back packers that isnt always answerable. So try and find a guest house/hotel address and owner first if using this method. And fantastic work whoever is finding such great Goa deals recently. Really superb. 😃

xenole

Sat 24th Nov has a return of £19.99. Quite a few £249 outbounds around Sat/Tues etc. The return prices are at least £119.99 so you're looking at least £350 for the cheapest fare from MAN-GOI assuming you can't fly in the next couple of days.

futura

Use the link on UK FCO government website

trannyboy

E visa was $60 or £39 on a 2015 dated website,seemed to be different prices for length of time and what you did according to something else I read, may be pre evisa when it used to be about £90, I have heard of Indian burocrasy being complicated in the past when crossing borders.All countries require a visa to visit India.There is an official government evisa site but there are many warnings about using agencies who for an additional fee do what you could for yourself. The 6 month visa for Turkey is $20 but there are many rip off sites who will charge much more and you rely on them getting everything EXACTLY right or it will be invalid.

From Manchester - Flights to Sal Cape Verde £63.98pp (based on two people) @ Thomas Cook Airlines
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From Manchester - Flights to Sal Cape Verde £63.98pp (based on two people) @ Thomas Cook Airlines
£63.98
Leaving Manchester on 11 December and returning from Cape Verde on Xmas Day and landing back on boxing day. Definitely won't be for everyone.... But amazing flight prices for guara… Read more
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Hapzy

Great price just can’t go for Christmas. ;(

rachelandgromit

Average 26 degrees in December.

tom6195

How warm is it?

Carim_Virgi

Prices gone up by 200 odd quick, good spot though @rachelandgromit

rachelandgromit

It must have gone, I tested it with fake passengers details and was able to go all to payment screen.

Flight from Goa, India to London Gatwick just £29.99! @ Thomascook Airlines
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Flight from Goa, India to London Gatwick just £29.99! @ Thomascook Airlines
£29.99£129.9977%
Wow I can’t believe how cheap this is! It’s going to be completely useless to the majority of people but surely there is someone out there that can use this £30 flight from Goa t… Read more
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YvetteDale

I had two weeks B&B with flights from Manchester to Dabolim £199

thedon6915

Cheaper then an Indian takeaway

TristramHarry

U would need to book ur return b4 flying that’s how they work in India last time I checked

mtuk1

Why would they make no money if only a few people are paying this low price?

mrme

Thanks for the patronising response, I know exactly how airlines work thanks. My point still stands, they will make no money from this particular flight and it will be pretty much empty but doesn’t matter to them as they will have accounted for this.

Cheap November flights to Antalya £77.98 each (+ £25 each luggage) with Thomas Cook Airlines
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Cheap November flights to Antalya £77.98 each (+ £25 each luggage) with Thomas Cook Airlines
£77.98
Found really cheap flights to Turkey Antalya with Thomas cook, the cheapest I have found. Two adults £155.96 Baggage will cost £25ppeach way. hope this helps anyone trying to b… Read more
ALIZA16

This offer is only on these dates 3rd November to 12th November. Worked out perfect for me and my husband as we only have to take 6 days of a/l

2004ns

I’m planning on going in November like 24th onwards. Works out £256 What dates did you put

ALIZA16

Lol at fakes. As mentioned £25 each way for baggage, so that’s extra £50

ALIZA16

EasyJet also have flights on the 3rd for £39 from Luton airport flight time 12.10 one way then you can book separately returning to Gatwick from Thomas cook airline for£30ish

topcashbackWontPayMeMy130

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summer school holidays 19 flights with thomas cook airlines
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summer school holidays 19 flights with thomas cook airlines
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just booked 3 flights from Antalya to Manchester with TCA in august 19 £87,didnt check the outbound because we are going to Istanbul and capadocia also.its a lot cheaper than the f… Read more
GeoffAngela

You still need a internationally recognised agency to oversee flight safety, otherwise it won't just be Spain. It'll be Florida, Singapore and Brisbane as well. May better start rubbing out some of those 'red lines'.

karlie88

I think the chances of no flights to the EU post-Brexit is slim to nil. Spain would become bankrupt overnight. XD

GeoffAngela

You need to be aware of the following. 1) The safety of our international flights is validated by our membership EASA. 2) As of 30th March 2019 we will leave the EU and no longer be members of EASA and as a third country we will have to renegotiate our membership. 3) EASA requires that the UK accepts the jurisdiction of the ECJ. 4) Theresa May’s red lines preclude acceptance of the jurisdiction of the ECJ and therefore blocks the path to any prior agreement. 5) The effects of “no agreement” were clearly explained in the European Commission’s Notice to Stakeholders in respect of Aviation Safety Rules on 13th April 2018 https://ec.europa.eu/transport/sites/transport/files/legislation/brexit-notice-to-stakeholders-aviation-safety.pdf 6) In the numerous areas listed in this document the UK will no longer be part of an agreement where we meet international aviation safety competence. This will invalidate insurance of all individuals, organisations and companies identified therein. So no guarantee of any flights (not just to the EU) post March, unless we sort something out pretty damn quickly. Check T&C on you tickets.

markefc69

its probably for more adventurous who don't need someone to hold their hand on a package!

Quinoa

Summer Holiday in Manchester. Not my cup of tea!

Flash Sale - Thomas Cook Airlines - Manchester to Los Angeles £300 rtn on Selected Flights in September/October - Includes Meals and 23kg Luggage
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Flash Sale - Thomas Cook Airlines - Manchester to Los Angeles £300 rtn on Selected Flights in September/October - Includes Meals and 23kg Luggage
£300
Thomas Cook Airlines have a flash sale on until midday on Friday with return tickets to Los Angeles from £299 return, and unlike Norwegian this includes 23kg of luggage and meals o… Read more
dribblesmactavish

Arrrgh! Just booking them as the price went up, extra £200! Gutted

5lab

https://www.google.com/flights/#flt=/m/04jpl.LAX.2018-09-19*LAX./m/04jpl.2018-09-26;c:GBP;e:1;sd:1;t:f very quick search. its the going rate if you book more than a month out. probably not during the school holidays though :)

lordcradden

I've just got back from LA, and there were no flights anywhere near that price, both from Manchester or London

5lab

If you're in manchester I'd agree, but there are plenty of folks in the midlands for whom getting to either airport on public transport is a bit of a mission..

whatyadoinsucka

with the train fairs (return £260, although from £12 to london plus the heathrow express fee) and unreliability off getting trains from up north, then a hotel and or extra time added to ensure you get the flight and home then this is a good deal..

Now Live - RETURN Flights Manchester to San Francisco £300 (300 Seats / September 2018) @ Thomas Cook Flash Sale -   Includes 23KG  Luggage / 6KG Hand luggage / Meal and more
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Now Live - RETURN Flights Manchester to San Francisco £300 (300 Seats / September 2018) @ Thomas Cook Flash Sale - Includes 23KG Luggage / 6KG Hand luggage / Meal and more
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Belter of a price for return flights to San Francisco. It's only a 24 hour sale, or until all 300 flights are bought. I'll post more info once it's live, before they were from ManRead more
waterloo

What a prick you are why would i need to lie im 50+ and have nothing to prove on a shopping forum also i never said i booked it and i made a honest mistake about gatwick, why are you obsessed with my trip :/ BA0113 19 Jul 201816:15LHR (Heathrow (London))Terminal 5JFK (John F Kennedy (NY) (New York))Terminal 7

futura

So I'm correct you didn't "book" first class, you got a lucky free upgrade on the flight. So you're suggesting there's better deals with BA than this post when in fact you base your experience on a one-off free upgrade on the plane. And you state you flew from Gatwick then change your story to Heathrow when it's pointed out BA don't offer first class from Gatwick. Let the people decide (though I'm sure.most are bored of your lies and have fallen asleep by now)

smiler03

I haven't been to San Francisco ever but it appears to be turning into a very large toilet. Many homeless people, many with mental health problems and opiate addictions are making the city absolutely awful. They are openly defecating in the streets and menacing ordinary people. Link: https://www.nbcbayarea.com/news/local/SF-Mayor-Theres-more-feces-on-the-sidewalks-than-Ive-ever-seen-488156431.html

waterloo

Mr categorically i know f,all, people like yourself think you are bloody know it alls but know nothing. We booked world traveller + checked in at the desk all fine but once we got on the plane we was told there was a problem with our seats and we are in first class enjoy, so stick that in your pipe and smoke it also you do not get invoice for a updrade.

Sir-Bargain-A-Lot

When I went there I queued on the day and got tickets...had to be there at something like 5.30am however.

Return flights to Honolulu, Hawaii from Manchester 28th August to 12th September £519pp
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Return flights to Honolulu, Hawaii from Manchester 28th August to 12th September £519pp
£519
I know this won't appeal to everyone as it's not mega cheap but return flights to Hawaii in the summer season can usually cost in excess of £800-£1000 so this is a pretty good pric… Read more
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Wear_The_Fox_Hat

You'd be running a long way as the volcano is on a different island all together.

rachelandgromit

Or Hilo - if you are going to Volcano National Park it's only 40-45 mins away. We used frequent flyer points to fly Honolulu to Hilo. We then spent time at the Military Camp right inside VNP (if you have any friends or family, serving or not you can stay inside the camp at a very reasonable rate). We then moved to Hilo area and visited Mauna Kea, the black beaches, saw turtles etc.

degudodger

Nope. Kona, on the big Island

rachelandgromit

Isn't this generally a standard price? I flew to Hawaii from Manchester for less than £350 return a few years ago, splitting my time between Honolulu and Volcano National Park/Hilo and even visited Mauna Kea. It's an expensive place but I don't think the flight prices are particularly cheap.

GunMetal

It is nice but not as nice as Maui and parking is a nightmare and expensive. Lots of tall rise buildings in Honolulu. Better than Maui however is the Big Island. If you can take a a flight there - you can drive up mauna kea and see the stars. Amazing experience. Avoid lava (cheeky)

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