London flights from $949 return on a 4-star airline
Stretch those dollars and save $300+ by flying with China Southern instead.
There are more than a few cheap seats to London waiting for you right now and the best we've uncovered comes up at $949 return.
To get it you'll have to fly out of Perth on China Southern Airlines between 13 January and 31 May. You'll also have to get your booking in quick, as these sale fares end on 3 November.
If you've never flown China Southern, here are a few details about the airline that you might not know yet. The first is that it's a full-service 4-star airline. The second is that it's highly praised across the board for its food and beverages, in-flight entertainment offerings, seat comfort, staff service and, naturally, value for money by its customers.
Have we sold you yet?
If you're flying out of Adelaide, you've got the next best fare in your arsenal taking off from $959 return.
Other sample fares include: Sydney to London from $1,099 and Brisbane to London from $1,099 return.
Price-wise you're looking at savings of over $300 when compared with a comparable 4-star airline like Emirates on similar dates which has Melbourne to London flights at $1,266 return.
You'll find both airfares and more available to book through STA Travel.
Flights to London on sale with China Southern
|Perth||London||13 January - 31 May 2018||$949||Find your London flight|
|Adelaide||London||13 January - 31 May 2018||$959||Find your London flight|
|Melbourne||London||13 January - 31 May 2018||$1,079||Find your London flight|
|Sydney||London||13 January - 31 May 2018||$1,099||Find your London flight|
|Brisbane||London||13 January - 31 May 2018||$1,099||Find your London flight|
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