London flights from $975 return on Thai Airways and Royal Brunei

Stephanie Yip 20 December 2017

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Shoulder season flights for a fraction of the price.

Full service airlines Thai Airways and Royal Brunei are both running sales to London.

Not only do starting fares come up under $1,000 return, but you also get the works on the plane with checked luggage and in-flight meals included and fly during spring when the weather is heating up.

Flights from Melbourne start from $975 return, while flights from Perth start from $996 return.

Sydney breaks the $1,000 mark with flights starting from $1,048 and Brisbane's not far behind at $1,052.

The airline depends on your route and flight dates, which range from April to June 2018.

There's no set end date for this sale, though at these prices we reckon it won't be long until the fares creep up again.

You'll find them all on I Want That Flight or via the links below.

Scoot flight sale:

From
To
Price (return)
Travel dates
Book
MelbourneLondon
$975
April - June 2018Book your flight to London
PerthLondon
$996
May - June 2018Book your flight to London
SydneyLondon
$1,048
May - June 2018Book your flight to London
BrisbaneLondon
$1,052
May - June 2018Book your flight to London

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