Spend summer in London with flights from $979 return

Posted: 17 May 2018 1:19 pm

Departures available from three Aussie cities for under $1,000.

The royal wedding might be over but you can still take advantage of all the post-wedding fanfare with these cheap flights to London from $979 return with Philippine Airlines.

You'll have to fly out of Melbourne for these prices but you can also find flights from Sydney and Brisbane to London from $999 return.

Travel dates are available between July and December so you can enjoy London coming to life for summer or experience the quieter winter months.

Head to Flight Centre to book your seats.

As these flights are available until sold out.

How good are these fares?

We’re not going to lie, these are not the cheapest flights we’ve seen, not by far. That honour goes to the London flights for $799 return but you needed to navigate two different budget airlines and there was only a six-week travel window.

Realistically, fares during the peak of the UK summer can cost $1,500+ so any deal under $1,000 is still a bargain. You’re also flying with a full-service airline so all in-flight meals, entertainment and checked baggage are included.

London flights on sale with Philippine Airlines:

Travel dates
Return fare
20 July - 10 December 2018
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London20 July - 10 December 2018
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London20 July - 10 December 2018
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