Russia flights from $855 return on Thai Airways

Posted: 6 December 2017 4:06 pm

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4-star flights at budget prices.

When it comes to sales, Thai Airways doesn't do it by halves. Just yesterday, the 4-star airline was offering flights to Europe from $864 return. Today, it's furthered the sale with flights to the capital of Russia, Moscow, from $855 return.

The cheap seats fly out of Perth for $855 return with flights out of Melbourne starting from $896 and out of Sydney from $911 return.

If you think these prices are for those freezing cold winter dates that nobody wants, you're wrong. They're actually for a wide range of 2018 dates between February and September.

While there aren't any peak season July-August flights in the mix, there are warm June dates to snap up so you can wander the city without the need to rug up.

While this isn't the first time Thai Airways has flaunted cheap flights to Russia, it is the first time we've seen the airline go down this low. When it'll do this again is anyone's guess. All we know is, we're not holding our breath for it to be anytime soon.

This sale is only available until sold out. Get on it before someone else does via I Want That Flight or the links below.

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