Make London your next holiday destination with these $959 return flights
The London Eye, Tower Bridge and Queen await you.
London is always a hot destination, and right now, Flight Centre has found super cheap full-service flights on sale to get you there on a budget.
The cheapest, unsurprisingly, departs from Perth on Malaysia Airlines. Coming in under $1,000 return ($959 return to be exact), these can take you to the land of the Queen from October to November this year or February to March in 2019.
The second best flights, price-wise, are from Melbourne with Royal Brunei. These start from $989 return and are for a restrictive 1 October to 30 November 2018.
Sydneysiders can get there and back from $1,039 on Malaysia Airlines from October to March, excluding the Christmas holidays, while Adeladians can fly there from $1,065 return also on Malaysia Airlines.
Flights are on sale only until they are sold out. Catch yours now with Flight Centre.
How good are these fares?
- Price: Good. Any flight under $1,000 to London catches our eye and this sits right in that money mark. You can catch flights under $900 return if you're willing to travel budget all the way, but when you add in the cost of meals, entertainment and luggage, you honestly are better off paying that $100 extra for an all-inclusive airline.
- Airline: Good. Both Malaysia Airlines and Royal Brunei are 3-star full-service airlines with all extras included with your seat.
- Travel time: Good. Flights are indirect with a mandatory stopover in the airline's home city. This is typically minimal keeping your flight as smooth and quick as it can be.
- Weather: OK. Let's face it, you're travelling in off-peak with this sale. It's winter and it'll be cold, so rug up. On the upside, the crowds are few and the lines for sightseeing will be minimal if non-existent.
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