CHEAP FAIRES

Nov 12th, 1999, 04:22 PM
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hally
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CHEAP FAIRES

I have had amazing luck with imandi.com. I got a flight from seattle to vietnam for 800 round during the holidays.
 
Dec 8th, 1999, 06:04 AM
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Hally: I tried the website you mentioned and did receive three air fare prices (as promised), one or two of which seemed lower than I have been finding. Our plan next year is to go to Bangkok, then Chiang Mai, then to Saigon via Bangkok, then back to Bangkok, then home to D.C., and my wife and I are trying to find the cheapest way to do all of these legs over a 2-week period. Your approach looks excellent. After you complete final plans, can you please let me know how this service fared, and whether they lived up to expectations, and any other advice you may have for arranging flights that make sense and are priced reasonably. Thanks very much. Joseph Cameron, Washington, D.C.
 
Dec 12th, 1999, 08:44 AM
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We flew to Bangkok last year from Jackson, MS for $830 round trip. I used a travel agent that I found on the web - Thai Travel & Tours in Arlington, VA. Their telephone number is 703/528-8861 and their fax is 703/528-8864. The lady that helped me is no longer there, so I don't know a name to give you. I would suggest faxing them to explain what you want and then following up with a phone call - they are all Thai and are difficult to understand on the phone. They were very helpful and got us the itinerary we wanted even though travel agents in Jackson told us that it couldn't be done. I don't remember what airline we flew to the West Coast on, but we had coach seats on Thai Air from L. A. to Bangkok with a brief and most welcome stop in Osaka to re-fuel. Thai Air was absolutely wonderful. We had our doubts about coach seats on a trip that long, but even my 6 foot plus husband was comfortable. The flight attendants are extremely friendly and attentive and the food is actually edible.
 
Apr 8th, 2000, 12:13 PM
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If anyone's interested in some serious travelling you should check out www.cathay-usa.com. They sell an All Asia pass good for roundtrip airfare from San Fran to Hong Kong, then any of fifteen other airports as much as you like in a 31 day period. I haven't purchased this deal so I can't vouch.
 
May 14th, 2000, 08:46 PM
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Judith DePillars
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I'm am looking for an airline that will
connect my Daughter in LA, and me in
Hawaii, to visit Japan and Singapore.
 
Jul 2nd, 2000, 01:47 AM
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I bought two tickets SEA to BKK via TPE for $634.00 each, (AA and EVA). The best thing is that the flight leaves at 0350 and gets there at 1650 hrs. Much better than the usual arrival time of 0-dark-thirty. Got them from www.trip.com.
Regards, Ben
PS. Leaving Sep 5 and return Oct 5, 2000.
 
Jul 2nd, 2000, 01:50 AM
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We considered the All Asia Pass, but after reading the fine print, and the do's and don'ts, it seems very restrictive. You have to give all the dates before hand, you can't retrace, you have to fly back through HK a/p to get most places, and on and on. It may work for some, but oh boy! Ben
 
Jan 6th, 2005, 10:52 AM
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any other experiences? A coworker found a great fare to Singapore but is hesitant to book it.
 
Jan 6th, 2005, 06:40 PM
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judith---give northwest a call they service the places you want to start from and are good in asia using japan as a hub
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Jan 6th, 2005, 07:28 PM
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Judith wrote her reply 4.5 years ago, and this thread started over 5.

adoptionisfab should start his own thread, and give some details, like what's the fare to Singapore, from where, and on what airline. Nobody's going to give meaningful advice without those on a 5-year old thread.
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Jan 6th, 2005, 08:12 PM
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northwest why on earth would you want too fly on that rout. when you can go cheeper and quicker on on EVA with a quick connection too vietnam MAYBE too quick..
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Jan 8th, 2005, 01:50 AM
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Wow, that All Asia pass sure has gone up in price. It's $1099 now. I remember when it was $699 a few years ago!
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