how'd you get that price?Originally posted by Special K
well i was looking at prices for leaving around feb/march and the prices i was getting with taxes and all that other shit they add up on was around $525
which isnt that much difference...
when i booked my trip, i got an awesome deal with british airways. i wasn't happy with the return connection time (i'll be coming from nice), and the only decent flight was going in to gatwick. so i checked out british midlands' site, and i got a wicked deal on the nice-london heathrow leg. that's another airline to keep in mind. they always have sales!Originally posted by tella
last year when i was going to london, i was watching british airway's website every single day. they have awesome seat sales all the time and i would so much rather fly into heathrow than fly into gatwick (thatsjustmetho). plus, you can bring more than 20 kg of luggage.
lol @ TransatOriginally posted by Pyrovitae
that's a good deal. the ticket i paid for is a charter to gatwick too, 594 all taxes in. if you're planning on going to the uk in feb/march i'd definitely scoop it up at that price.
(i am a little weary though of a transatlantic flight with air transat...anyone flown over an ocean with them before?)
there is a ryanair over here?Originally posted by lubbin
very disapointed with zoom's prices. i can fly aircanada (montreal/glasgow) for 20 odd dollars cheaper (and it also wouldn't require a lift/bus to ottawa)
this is far from the easyjet or ryanair of north america.
88 pounds of baggage for a 4 months stay is probably a tad too little. i can get 140 pounds with air canada. as much as i hate to fly air canada i'm not left with much choice anymore