All Flights Discounts, Offers and Sale - March 2019
Is there much in fes?
Too many reports of a real bad atmosphere in Morocco now, it isn't safe any more.
Don't camp on a hillside
Agree. These are 99% non Goans trying to make a fast buck selling on the beach.South Goa is quiet though.
From 1 April 2017, the length of stay on an e-visa has been increased from 30 days to 60 days with double entry on tourist and business e-visa and triple entry on medical e-visas. This means you can stay for or re-enter within 60 days of the date of your first entry into India on your e-visa. However, you must leave the country before your visa expires, irrespective of when or how many times you enter. When you arrive at the airport, your passport will be stamped and an expiry date for your e-visa will be handwritten by an Immigration Officer. Please be aware that 60 days is not automatically equal to two calendar months. Check the date that is written on your passport and make sure you leave the country before your visa expires.
Yeah I started doing that lol
£55 isn’t it? April starts to get very humid and hot. Not that pleasant compared to winter.
Its gonna be hella hot :p Great deal Chanchi
At least they didnt blame you for distracting him. Ryan Air are still fighting to avoid paying out compo after that Icelandic volcanic eruption some years ago (AFAIK).
I got stranded at Luton after pilot confused it with Stansted....Ryanair didn't even offer compensation or even a coach!
Had a big scare on a Virgin Atlantic flight a few years back; the plane and pilot were replacements as the scheduled plane was bust. As we were on final approach he came on the intercom and said "Welcome to Heathrow". Turns out he was so used to saying Heathrow he had forgotten we were landing at Gatwick!! Luckily, we were landing in the right place and on the right runway (unlike Harrison Ford last year).
I wouldn't mind doing that especially since they got £250 compensation each. What a joke though in this day and age to fly to the wrong city (annoyed)
I picked a random date and got 248 euros..has anyone else picked a random date and got a random price? We could play this all day... (skeptical)
Cheap but looks like hell, flights are up to 37 hours (with 12 hrs transfer in Shanghai) and is flying out of Gatwick and returning to Heathrow.
Travel Trolley is part of Southall Travel - stuff on their site is not always available to book. You can book online but then someone in the office will do the actual booking and confirmation so you can potentially lose the offer!
Only one I can see is from 1 month ago and different airline
This has already been posted, and was sent out in the Jacks flight club email this morning
In a short time
great find...im off to Malta on sunday...4 day return was £39 return base fare, but the chance to return to jordan may onwards....hmm....i would love to return to Petra..
I was about to say the same as i was there when it collapsed ;( ;(
Nice for WhatsApp HUKD to use the picture of the arch (Azure Window) from Malta/Gozo that is no longer there (confused) https://www.bbc.com/news/world-europe-39207196
I'd definitely recommend a trip to Jordan. Petra is otherworldly (always wanted to go since I saw Indiana Jones!) and the Dead Sea is the only place on the planet you can float in the sea! But my favourite part is the Wadi Rum desert where there are Bedouin camps and you can sleep under the stars. No sound or light pollution so it feels like you're in a dream. Including a meal, less than £8 a night.
I've been to all of those countries and I'd say Jordan was most enjoyable. It's tourism infrastructure is obviously not as developed as Egypt but there are several good options with private beachss in Aqaba such as Movenpick and Kepminsky and the DoubleTree there is beautiful. And for about a third/half of the price as Taba/Sharm in Egypt, you get much more for your buck
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.
Isn't there some kind of bus service available?
Just watched The Wizard of Kos in 4K then spotted your comment
sounds like heaven to me (excited)
A 2 people hotel? That's not going to be very lively is it?
Just watched The Wizard of Oz then spotted this deal
been to san Francisco a few times and the last time we went we visited Angel island (only because it was part of the alcatraz visit) but after going to Angel island we would definitely return, it has a lot of history and you get great views of sanfransico, you can actually camp on the island also hire bikes to go round and they do have music events there from what I've read
Very fair point, we went in August so didn't stop to think about it! Even a daytime tour would be worth it IMO.
Not sure night tours are that time of year
Or super duper burgers in sf
Was in so last july and the weather was warm but no way la temps
But it’s not anymore available? Was very short the deal where can I found again this deal
Purchased this holiday the last time you posted chanchi , great price , amazing place- would’ve added my parents but missed it unfortunately
Phuket I missed this deal :(
Phuket? Why not ;)
Thanx Chanchi was a great deal
There is definitely a lot to see.
excellent city to visit. A lot cheaper than NY for hotels, and the museums are mostly free so lots to see and do. Arlington Cemetery is a place for reflection. Expect to walk a lot as well.
We flew here for 7 day in November and fully agree. We never got on the right time zone. Did we some pretty sunrises though
Why is Manchester getting all the holiday deals...?
Voted hot but bear in mind this is the west cost of Mexico and one hell of a flight for just 7 nights
We all need holidays ;) Thank you @Chanchi32
I need a holiday.8) Thanks
Good deal. From Manchester you'd only want to get a one way ticket anyways
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
And doesn't want to go back !
Only any good for a person in Orlando already
Will come in handy after April 12. 🔥🔥
You do get visa on arrival - they usually give you 180 days, unless immigration officer had a bad day and he doesn't like your face 8) . And TUI is possibly the only one company in UK that doesn't incorporate Mexican Tourist Tax into flight price, so you have to keep that in mind to calculate actual flight cost. That's why they look very closely at your landing card at departure.
We ended up here last May after looking for a last min break in the med. Literally paid peanuts to stay in the Riu Vallarta. The kicker was when we got to Manc and the girl on check in says they only have premium seats left - oh no we said....
Haha, a lot of countries and states do it now.
Need to pay to leave the country.....not a good sign ! (lol)
You don't need a Visa - You just need to pay an exit fee which is around £60.
nippy at night and you wont be in that pool unless you have a wet suit. Only the McD will be open in prot in march.
march in cyprus??? take a jacket eith you
So is this an exclusive offer... or like open to others as well? Or like you got any single friends? (party) (party) (cheeky) (cheeky) (cheeky)
heat for comments alone.
20 30 years ago in Communist countries, very brave :)
It is definitely in Northern Macedonia/Former Yugoslav Republic of Macedonia and also the border of Albania. Ohrid is lovely, reminds me of backpacking Europe 20-30 years ago where old ladies would meet you at the train/bus stations and you would stay in their apartments in random parts of town.
Oops MEA CULPA. Indeed lake Ohrid is located on the border between North Macedonia and Albania (accessible via Pogradec, credit to Predikuesi) I don't know why I was so mistaken, I'd swear I've visited a lake called Ohrid in Greece. It might have been lake Prespes, another complex of lakes located at the Albania-Greece-North Macedonia border, very close to said lake Ohrid. Again sorry for the misinformation.
And then u read people arguing over its location lol... who gives a fk???
This is why i love HUKD. Ive never even heard of this place. 5 mins research and its well and truly on my radar for the future. Thanks OP
No problem. Amazing price and voted hot. Have no issues with Ryanair and people who have children may not see this as such a good price, but I've looked for Alicante, Reus and Girona for Aug and at that time I could not find any flights for 4 under £700.
Girona's a lovely place in its own right, we went on a day trip as part of a Barcelona holiday last year and can highly recommend if you like city breaks :) Would say 2 days there max is all you'd need.
https://www.ryanair.com/gb/en/booking/home/MAN/GRO/2019-08-15/2019-08-22/2/0/2/0 also return flight manchester to girona 15/8-22/8 £65 return - link attached above, thanks to gp1602 and sheffield788 for your comments and to sheffield 788 about the accomodation deal! (y)
Amazing price. If you have kids, go to Camping Tucan in Lloret de Mar, about £700 for a week accommodation. This is a decent Eurocamp, we used it last year. Less than £1,000 holiday sorted for a family of 4, good price considering how much a holiday is in Aug. The taxi from the airport to the camp is about £10-20 each way, less than 30 min drive. Entertainment on site, swimming pools, next to 2 supermarkets, 3 beaches nearby. We've booked directly with the camp, on Eurocamp website was about £400 more. Hope it helps some.
Wow! A great find in school holidays :)
Do your homework- check trip advisor and decide how close you want to stay . I personally didn't like Mestre so stayed on Venice Lido which is a short waterbus ride from the attractions but has the added bonus of a beautiful beach . Also the waterbus ticket is valid on public transport on Lido .
Yeh I found it as well. Was in Palermo, Cormiso and Modica and the latter was jaw droppingly stunning.
No definitely buy check in luggage.
You can stay in Venezia Mestre which is 15min £1.20 train ride away, and everything is reasonably priced. I visit Italy almost every year, love the place, but Venice is way overrated and overpriced imo.
Sorry if its a silly question - should I take my wife or buy check-in luggage instead?
I have looked at quite a few deals using Level airline and they are certainly cheap. I struggled to find any positive reviews on them. Among other things customer service is slated. They are part of IAG (aka BA group) originally operating from Barcelona and they maybe a subsidiary of Iberia. Would just advise members check out web reviews before booking.
How do I get home?
Would be really good except that's rainy (and even hurricane) season in Guadeloupe.
Dam Ryanair baggage changed again. Wanting a flight to murcia for Easter weekend but can’t just take a 10kg onboard, only options are bags in hold and extras I don’t want or need
Thanks for taking the time to set this up.
Thanks for putting the time into writing that up. Your advice is near spot on. However instead of going secret in your web browser, better still use a VPN and use the location of the country you are travelling to/from and then book in local currency. Especially flying to Asia, you can save over £100+ when paying in Thai baht or Malaysian ringgit. Also if you travel at least 3x a year it's worth getting an Air Miles/Avios card. The miles add up quickly and you get free flights in no time.
Great thanks will give it ago. It’s hard finding a travel company or search engine that offers a resonable deal. They are all just miles apart from each other
Try skiplagged. https://skiplagged.com Shows flights which you may wish to travel to as a stopover but also read this, slim chance but be aware. https://www.smartertravel.com/airline-sues-customer-for-hidden-city-ticketing/