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cheapest flights to bangkok

Posted by charlie88 on 13/8/2007 at 19:45

i am thinking of coming ot thailand just after Xmas. which airline is cheapest? i am happy to do stopopver.

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Posted by somtam2000 on 13/8/2007 at 20:34 admin

well it would depend where you're flying from!

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Posted by charlie88 on 13/8/2007 at 21:42

Sorry - from London. cheers.

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Posted by rakhee2108 on 14/8/2007 at 07:05

Qatar Airways offer good value flights from London to BKK (stopover in Doha). It's best to check all the main travel websites - airline network, lastminute, asda supermarket, expedia, www.myqatar.co.uk etc - and be flexible with dates to get the best deals.

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Posted by sonicbum on 14/8/2007 at 19:21

Hello there!!!! Dont know if this was a good deal (i think not toooo bad), but I arrived in London on July 13th (friday the 13th) and thought I had a flight booked through justtheflight.com to BKK for 488 pounds TOTAL that i booked 2 days earlier, but once I got to London I checked me email and realized my reservation was canceled because my credit card was from the USA and justtheflight.com was UK based and couldnt process my credit card payment.. I then walked around in the airport and saw a ebooker.com store, and they booked me on Thai Airways THE SAME DAY for 550 pounds TOTAL. That was far from a cheap flight, but I just wanted to share with you the price I paid. I was finishing up a trans-atlantic sailing trip and was in a hurry to get to thailand's relaxing atmosphere, so I booked the soonest flight they had. The guy at ebooker.com also told me he could have booked me for 480 pounds but the flight was not for another 2 days, and I was ready to get going!!!!

Like i said, i dont believe this was a 'good deal' I just wanted to let you know what i paid!!! good luck!!!!!!

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Posted by smartcookie on 17/8/2007 at 12:05

check www.kayak.com and www.sidestep.com. these sites search many websites at once so you will be able to see who has the best deal.

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Posted by Jon_Mak_Mak on 21/8/2007 at 06:03

Gulf Air is about 400 - 500 return (london to Bkk) with a short stop over.

Google Gulf Air init. ;)

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Posted by rakhee2108 on 22/8/2007 at 16:24

Generally, middle eastern airlines, like Gulf Air, Qatar airlines, Etihad etc offer the best deals from London to BKK. These flights are not direct.

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