London flights from $959 return during summer

Posted: 8 January 2018 12:30 pm


Save hundreds on that Europe trip with STA Travel.

When seeking cheap flights to London this year, look no further than STA Travel. The online travel agent has a stellar deal on flights to London from just $959 return.

For this, you'll be flying from Melbourne on Royal Brunei between 22 January and 20 November 2018.

The catch? Royal Brunei only flies out of Melbourne.

This doesn't mean that keen Eurotrippers can't cash in on this sale however with plenty of domestic fares available for cheap via budget airlines such as Jetstar.

If you'd prefer someone else do that legwork for you, you can always contact STA Travel when you book your trip to organise that connecting flight for you. Who knows, you might even score an added bargain by going through them for both flights.

These cheap Melbourne to London flights can be booked through STA Travel online here.

This sale ends 29 January 2018, unless seats sell out prior. With summer dates included, you'd best be off the mark quickly in our opinions.

How good are these fares?

While limited to journeys from Melbourne, price-wise these fares are some of the lowest we've encountered from a full-service airline. At times, you'll find full-service flights in the early $900s though these are rarely for peak travel dates which tend to cost $1,200+.

On the rare occasion, you'll also see flights down to under $800 return. This rate generally requires you travel budget all the way and have to sacrifice luxuries like checked luggage and in-flight meals.

Hop on them now here.

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