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1. Posted by Janayl (Budding Member 11 posts) 2y

I am looking for flights home from Thailand and Laos, so i can start planning my trip based off where i need to end up. Does anyone know where it is cheaper to fly home from in these 2 countries? Or could recommend any cheap flights sites?

2. Posted by Cyberia (Travel Guru 1769 posts) 2y

Thailand is the cheaper of the two, being a flight hub. There are many sites like kayak, opodo and the like. It is a matter of looking through them for a cheap flight. Changing days can make a difference in price and a stop over of some hours somewhere can knock money off of the price.

Possibly you might find flying to London then to Canada cheaper? AirAsia sometimes has cheapish flights to London but be careful of all their add on's before the final price is given.

A one way trip can sometimes cost nearly as much as a round trip. I don't think you are going to find any cheap fares. Just less expensive.

3. Posted by Daawgon (Travel Guru 1944 posts) 2y

Give me more exact information (where in Canada and when), and I'll try to help. Remember that larger market pairs are always cheaper (BKK to YYZ is much cheaper than LPQ to YYC).

I looked up one way fares on the following site (a private agent in Bangkok) - YYZ 21,800THB and YVR 17,500THB

4. Posted by Janayl (Budding Member 11 posts) 2y

Thanks! You both gave some great times! I am looking to fly home anytime at the end of june. The absolute latest i could be home is July 3rd. earliest i would like to leave is the 23rd of june. Prime would be 25-30. I can fly from basically anywhere in thailand, and then to either calgary or edmonton, alberta. Which ever is cheaper in the end.

the whole trip would be cheaper going to london then home? Sounds like a wonderful excuse to check out london!!!

thank you again!!

janay

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6. Posted by frequentflyer (Budding Member 15 posts) 2y

Quoting Cyberia

Thailand is the cheaper of the two, being a flight hub. There are many sites like kayak, opodo and the like. It is a matter of looking through them for a cheap flight. Changing days can make a difference in price and a stop over of some hours somewhere can knock money off of the price.

Possibly you might find flying to London then to Canada cheaper? AirAsia sometimes has cheapish flights to London but be careful of all their add on's before the final price is given.

A one way trip can sometimes cost nearly as much as a round trip. I don't think you are going to find any cheap fares. Just less expensive.

AirAsiaX did fly from KL to LGW but they are/have discontinued that flight, I did look at their web site and it shows no flights available mid June into July.

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8. Posted by Daawgon (Travel Guru 1944 posts) 2y

The cheapest one way flight I could find was on June 23rd - a 3 leg connection with China Southern into YVR and Air Canada to YYC for 32,585THB - better contact that agent in Bangkok (that agent is Charlie Connection Travel near Khao San Road - I have used them in the past for train tickets)

[ Edit: Edited on 07-Mar-2012, at 06:28 by Daawgon ]