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    <span class="ev_code_PURPLE">PLEASE POST LATEST AIRFARE BARGAINS HERE[/color]

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    I've often found this to be a handy starting point in looking for cheap fares:
    UKNetguide.co.uk

    You enter your requirments and you can search BA,Opodo,Teletext,SkyBargains, Online Travel,Airflights,Travelbag and Expedia - all at the click of a mouse

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    I've always found this website to be a good starting point along with the usual sites as previous mentioned.

    Travel Supermarket

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    Nok Air
    Air Asia
    Bangkok Air

    Here are some examples or Airfare Prices:

    Bangkok to Phuket - RTN Economy x 1 Adult (TOTAL PRICE)

    Air Asia £32
    Nok Air £47
    Bangkok Air £82
    Thai £91

    I know who i will be booking with on my next trip to Phuket!!

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    Internal flights
    www.fly12go.com

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    i've got £575 with eva air (ebookers) for 7th july - 31st august 2007 (UK school summer holidays!)

    can anyone find a better price but needs to be direct or via singapore/malaysia.

    any help would be appreciated
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    I suggest you still give them I go .We went during the scool hols this year and paid £478 including tax through dialaflight .
    Have just looked at the dates you require and its £370 = £88 tax totalling £458 saving you £117 per ticket.
    I have used them 3 out of the 7 times I hav been ot in the last 2 years.
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    anyone come up with the best deal flying 1st April next year for 3 weeks...

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    i've got £575 with eva air (ebookers) for 7th july - 31st august 2007
    this has just gone up to £593 on ebookers and £582 with thomas cook & west east travel

    when do poeple think would be the best time to book a direct flight for july 2007.

    would eva air/thai drop much below £550 nearer july?

    any ideas?
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    Originally posted by upcountry:
    anyone come up with the best deal flying 1st April next year for 3 weeks...
    I see guys ask this many times... "best deal" but what does it mean? There are many factors to take into account when choosing an air ticket and "best deal" may not always turn out to be just that! I think in most cases when people ask for the "best deal" they are asking for the cheapest ticket price available but there is always a price to be paid!

    Some factors to be taken into account are:

    1) Luggage allowance? (sometimes 20kg sometimes 30kg)
    2) Can the return date be changed? Free or charged?
    3) Airport? (for Londoners, etc. Heathrow or Gatwick?)
    4) Maximum stay? (some tickets are only one month)
    5) Direct flight or change flights in transit? (can add upto 8 hours on journey time!)
    6) Seat pitch on plane (if you don't want the passenger's head in front right in your face for 12 hours!)
    7) Entertainment system (personal tv or movie screen - important for some)
    8) Daytime or night-time flights (for 12 hour flights it is easier to sleep on a night-time flights)
    9) Weekday/weekend flights? (some want to travel weekends to maximise there leave)
    10) Pay full ticket price upfront with no refund or a £50 deposit allowable? (some cheap tickets the full price must be paid immediately)

    So what is the "best deal"... that is up to what you specifically require, there is no universal "best deal".

    Upcountry you are unlikely to get any deals on flights 5-6 months ahead, you will need to get much nearer the date. Also, you are travelling over Easter and Songkran which could push ticket prices up, i.e. not low season.

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    Got an email from WestEast Travel.
    I know its not giving much time to sort things out but anybody wanting a bargain !!!!
    They are doing Thai Airways £280 return Heathrow / Bangkok
    flights must be completed by 15th December, plus an internal (Thailand) return flight for £20

    I would be away tomorrow if i could for that price !!!
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    Still a great price but the £280 offer from West East on Thai is of course + taxes - I'd guess the total would be around £400.

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    Just some info on Etihad. Booked through their website. Had to change flightdate twice in a row without costs charged. Was the cheapest option ticket offered. Just so you guys know.

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    Manchester to Phuket

    Departing December 6th
    Return December 21st

    £218.98 Including Taxes (No meals)
    £233.98 Including Taxes (With meals)

    See Thomsonfly.com

    Not sure what other dates are available.

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    Thailand Special Promotional Fares with Sri Lankan Airlines






    London / Colombo / Bangkok return onwards to: Chiang Mai - Koh Samui - Krabi - Phnom Penh - Siem Reap

    From: To: Depart between: Cost:
    London Heathrow Koh Samui 1st Jan - 31st Jan £365
    London Heathrow Krabi 1st Jan - 31st Jan £345
    London Heathrow Phnom Penh 1st Jan - 31st Jan £385
    London Heathrow Phuket 1st Jan - 31st Jan £345
    London Heathrow Chiang Mai 1st Jan - 31st Jan £335
    PRICE EXCLUDES TAX OF APPROX. £145



    Class: Economy (L / M)
    Minimum stay: No minimum stay
    Maximum stay: Maximum stay 2 months
    Date changes: Inbound date changes only are permitted at a cost of £100 - Changes must be within ticket validity and changes are subject to availability
    Cancellations: Before departure £250 pp cancellation fee / Non-refundable after departure.


    * Flight seats are strictly subject to availability as there is a limited number of seats available, act quickly to avoid disappointment

    How to book?
    Call our reservations team on 0870 499 0140 to book, or send an email to sales@lazyvacation.co.uk with your preferred travel dates.
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    Just paid this with WestEast for 20th Jan rtn 7th Feb...(although not exactly a bargain)

    Thai Airways 100% miles £480.00 plus £116.90 tax

    Thai Airways 50% miles £445.00 plus £116.90 tax


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    Hi All, Just booked today with WestEast.

    For the Wife.
    21 Feb 07 To 26 Apr 07
    Thai Airways 100% miles £480.00 + £115.30 tax.

    For Me
    6 Apr 07 to 26 Apr 07
    Thai Airways 100% miles £475.00 + £116.40 tax.

    I can't work It out, £5 less for me but more tax.

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    And you paid less than me!!!


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    Having a change next March London to HongKong return Air New Zealand £400 a few days stopover Hong Kong to Bkk Emirates £135 return or Air Asia Macau to Bkk £60 return all bookings with the air lines and e ticketing

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    Originally posted by squadie:
    Having a change next March London to HongKong return Air New Zealand £400 a few days stopover Hong Kong to Bkk Emirates £135 return or Air Asia Macau to Bkk £60 return all bookings with the air lines and e ticketing
    i've heard good things about air nz and it's a member of star alliance (important for collectors of THAI royal orchid points). one thing that puts me off is the 0815 flight departure time from hk to london.

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