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    Expensive flights

    I can remember before the pandemic flights was at a reasonable price. I could get a flight to Cebu, not Manila from the UK and only having one change for less than £600. Obviously i was booking and waiting for a good flight deal or a so called "sale".
    These seems to be sales on all over but can not get close to the prices i was getting before. Getting to Manila i know would be cheaper but Manila is a nightmare when changing terminals and i try to avoid it.
    I normal only look at Emirates, Etihad, Cathay Pacific or Qatar. They are all good for long haul flights. I have looked at Singapore airlines and they are a good price but i have never used them. Korean airlines have a good price as well.

    Anyone use Singapore or Korean? I would appreciate any feedback if anyone has used these two airlines.

    I struggle to get anything close to £600 these days.


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    Hi Rory, I've been using Singapore for quite a number of years and since the pandemic have come across prices two or three times ex Manchester to Cebu for just below £700. Singapore have a great reputation and definitely give a great travel experience. I always call them to book flights they are really helpful.


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    Flight prices are going up, need to book well in advance. I have a KLM flight booked from Manchester to Manila from the end of November to the end of January. I paid £570 in July, it would cost about £1000 to book it now.

    Singapore Airlines is a top-rate airline with a very good reputation I have only had good experience with them


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    Singapore Airlines is the best airline based on our previous experiences. Last time we went to Manila, around Feb 2019, Keith didn't like the food on offer so we asked if they have other options. They gave him food from the first class and even freshly cooked it for him.
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    Singapore Airlines offers some decent regional travel options with flight connections in Singapore.

    At the start of December, we have open jaws tickets booked with Singapore Airlines:
    - Outbound Manila (via Singapore) to Phnom Penh.
    - Returning Bangkok (via Singapore) to Manila six weeks later.
    - Cost about 250 USD.

    We spend Christmas in Cambodia, then fly from Phnom Penh to Bangkok with Air Asia, a couple of weeks in Thailand before catching our return flights from Bangkok to Manila.

    The only issue so far is that our Bangkok to Manila flight has changed from a 23:00 Manila arrival to 05:00 in the morning. I phoned the Singapore Airlines call centre and they kindly allowed me to change the ex BKK flight so that instead of a long connection in Singapore we have an extra eight hours on the beach.

    In mid-February we fly from Cebu to Denpasar (Bali), returning from Denpasar to Manila four weeks later, again with Singapore Airlines via Singapore. The cost is about the same, just over £200.

    All flights booked directly with the airline.


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    I always book direct too, after finding prices and routing on the flight search engines.


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    Good news. No more toxic vaccine or dangerous booster mandates ..Foreigners can now enter with a clear antigen test!


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    Greetings from Pangasinan Fred.
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    by heck Graham im sure your getting younger


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    Haha... cheers mate.

    Turned 71 last September. Pic was taken on our boy's 7th birthday, last August.

    Hope you and yours are well.


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    What a lovely family photograph Graham, very nice


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    Thanks Michael.


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    singapore airlines is my favourite but as things are getting more expensive you have less options.

    We flew this year on kuwait airlines and they were pretty good and I was pleasantly surprised after reading a few reviews.

    our holiday was over the summer break and the flights were less than £2k for the 3 of us.

    There was some good deals on hotels too, most still trying to recover from the pandemic.


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    You lot looking happy Graham..well done mate and long may it continue.All the best..Fred!


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