London flights from $916 return
Try these full-service peak season flights for size.
China Southern and Malaysia Airlines are both running sales to London for May to June dates.
While this isn't completely peak season, it is the beginning of it and is also when London starts to welcome balmy T-shirt weather.
Prices start from $916 return when taking off from Perth. For those flying from the east, you've Melbourne to London flights starting from $978 return and Sydney to London flights starting from $986 return to relish in. All three routes are on Malaysia Airlines.
Sale flights on the 4-star China Southern Airlines take off from Brisbane and start from $935 return.
You'll find the full list of dates available on I Want That Flight.
How good are these fares?
By peak season standards, these are already some of the better flights you can catch, with previous sales running closer to $950 return.
Sure, flying budget can get that down to $876 return in the best of times, but for $40 more why not have the added extras like checked luggage and in-flight meals?
Want to save even more? At the moment, Flight Centre is also boasting London fares on China Southern and Malaysia Airlines for May-June dates, with prices starting from $999 return. However, the online travel agent has a price-match guarantee where they'll beat competitive fares – just like this one – by $1. You can check out their fares and enquire about the guarantee here here.
Flights to London on sale
|Perth||London||$916 (Malaysia Airlines)||May-June 2018||Book your flight to London|
|Brisbane||London||$935 (China Southern)||May-June 2018||Book your flight to London|
|Melbourne||London||$978 (Malaysia Airlines)||May-June 2018||Book your flight to London|
|Adelaide||London||$981 (Malaysia Airlines)||May-June 2018||Book your flight to London|
|Sydney||London||$986 (Malaysia Airlines)||May-June 2018||Book your flight to London|
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