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1. Posted by David_ (Budding Member 23 posts) 11y

Hi everybody,

does anybody know where I can get cheap tickets from europe to (probably Bangkok) some place in south east asia (mainland). Since this spring when I was there the last time the prices went up a lot from here in germany.
thanks for advises. david

2. Posted by ukmassage (Inactive 1052 posts) 11y

the last time I went to bangkok with Lufthansa, this time it will be with sas, in the next few month back to my old Air France.

it changes all the time - but you have to flexible with departure airport

3. Posted by igetlost (Full Member 89 posts) 11y

try flying in to kuala lumpur or singapore the flights at the momen are about 400euros cheaper then flighiny to bk and its not to far away from thailand..
i just got a flight and it was 730 no tax and the cheapest to bk was 1170.thats outy of rome.
ireland and england arer much dearer now.

4. Posted by ukmassage (Inactive 1052 posts) 11y

I got my for 701 euros, air france offers in November for 730 euros (all incl tax) - but as I have said before you have to be flexible with departure airport.

btw - I am using a subscription software used by travel agents and all fares are published one. You can even find cheaper fares on special offers.

5. Posted by alvarof (First Time Poster 1 posts) 11y

I have seen cheaper than that... 450euros??, but then you are forced to back within a month or so...
That 701 ticket is an open return one?, becouse that IS cheap...

6. Posted by igetlost (Full Member 89 posts) 11y

i use similar software my friend and the best i saw was 730euros but exl of tax. and its open a year with 2 extended stop overs.....but i am going on for awhile to aussie...maybe

7. Posted by ukmassage (Inactive 1052 posts) 11y

it's a ticket with a fixed return date - and only for 6 - 8 days (but thats what my holidays last for)

8. Posted by G.Star (Budding Member 17 posts) 11y

If you are planning on flying within asia once you are there, you might want to think about this:

Bangkok air does a "discovery airpass" where, as long as you are flying at least 3 legs in a trip (and you dont do the same leg twice in the same direction) the flights are US$50 domestic or US$150 for international, they go to quite a few nearby countries.

So if you can find a much cheaper flight to a nearby country, and bangkok air flies there, it might be a lot cheaper for you!!!