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Help or advice appreciated. Intend to fly Dublin to BKK first week in July and return to Dublin 1st week in September. Anybody any advice as to best value airlines? Its mighty confusing in that there are so many variables. Emirates seem to be cheapest but I heard recently Qatar had cheap flights from Manchester. Many thanks. 

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Or

 

https://www.cheapflights.co.uk

 

Emirates is cheapest from Dublin, Qatar is indeed cheaper from Manchester, but you've still got to get from Dublin to Manchester.

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23 hours ago, Argus Tuft said:

Try Skyscanner  skyscanner.com

 

Thank you. Tried them. So many many variables and as soon as I settle on one the price has changed. Thank you.

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1 hour ago, Stocky said:

Or

 

https://www.cheapflights.co.uk

 

Emirates is cheapest from Dublin, Qatar is indeed cheaper from Manchester, but you've still got to get from Dublin to Manchester.

As I said previously the variables defeat me and others too cos most find Emirates to be mid table and go with them from Dublin. Think I will too. Thank you.

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Posted (edited)

Have you tried Google Flights?  (click Ireland or any other country shown)

Edited by wpcoe
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2 hours ago, wpcoe said:

Have you tried Google Flights?  (click Ireland or any other country shown)

Thank you. I have and it's quite good. Thank you. 

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Posted (edited)

Quick  browse with Skyscanner.

First week of July to first week of September is not the cheapest of course.

 

There is no need to refrain to connections via UK.

Finnair, cheap and short connection, Emirates.

Both going from Dublin to their own hubs.

Many other one stop options but not cheap for those dates. July is the price killer.

 

Emirates, 3 July to 6 September.

638 Euro. Quality airline, one stop Dubai.

Don't expect to get much better.

 

Edited by KhunBENQ

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13 minutes ago, KhunBENQ said:

Quick  browse with Skyscanner.

First week of July to first week of September is not the cheapest of course.

 

There is no need to refrain to connections via UK.

Finnair, cheap and short connection, Emirates.

Both going from Dublin to their own hubs.

Many other one stop options but not cheap for those dates. July is the price killer.

 

Emirates, 3 June to 6 September.

638 Euro. Quality airline, one stop Dubai.

Don't expect to get much better.

 

Yes I agree entirely. It's a movable feast. Qatar at the moment are cheapest but within 6 to 12 hours their price changes. Lufthansa were cheapest for a few hours last week. Bottom line ... agree Emirates is the benchmark.  Many thanks for input it's appreciated.....

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On 5/22/2018 at 1:23 AM, KhunBENQ said:

First week of July to first week of September is not the cheapest of course.

 

 

Many other one stop options but not cheap for those dates. July is the price killer.

Why is that?

 

I had booked November last year but had to cancel.

Booked July this year and was surprised it was more expensive than the high season flight.

The best I could come up with for why was school vacation travel.

Edited by JimmyJ

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I like Southall Travel, not only do they have a decent website but you can talk to and e-mail them and get a pretty decent service.

Edited by Blue Muton

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