London flights from $979 return during summer
Say hello to the Queen this summer with the help of Flight Centre.
Airline sales come and go but when you're looking for the bang-on cheapest flight to a specific location, online travel agencies like Flight Centre can be a godsend.
Right now it can get you from Australia to London, and back, for under $1,000 from either Sydney, Melbourne, Perth, Brisbane or Adelaide.
Depending on your departure point, you'll be flying on either Malaysia Airlines or Philippine Airlines to get from A to B with stopovers in Malaysia and the Philippines, respectively.
Those taking off from Melbourne can glorify in nabbing the cheapest seats, coming up at $979 return with Philippine Airlines for travel from 20 July - 10 December.
Other sample fares include: Sydney to London from $996 also with Philippine Airlines and Adelaide to London from $995 with Malaysia Airlines from 1-31 May or 1-30 November.
You can score all these flights and more through Flight Centre here.
There are no set end dates to either the Philippine Airlines or Malaysia Airlines flights with seats available only until sold out.
How good are these fares?
Full-service flights to London can drop down to the low $900s at the very best, so while these aren't the cheapest flights you could score they are certainly up there.
If you're looking for the cheapest of the cheap, you can opt to fly budget all the way for around $800 return, though this price does rise dramatically once you add checked luggage, in-flight meals and entertainment.
Plus, on a full-service airline, you can rest assured you'll have comfort and quality attached.
For most flights, you're flying during peak season in July and August, which is the heat of summer; a period when festivals abound and you can stretch out your daylight hours to see and do more.
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