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London, UK. Return from Melbourne to LHR $1,053 (Royal Brunei) Sydney to LGW from $1,065 (Scoot + Norwegian Air)


Royal Brunei currently have a sale on at the moment from Melbourne to LHR for the month of March 2018. This is a great deal to LHR. If your keen to travel to London Gatwick with hand-luggage only from Sydney during this period and price point, you have Scoot with Norwegian Air. Example travel dates are 4-19/March 2018.

Travel Dates: March 2018
Royal Brunei - Full Service Carrier - Includes Baggage, Meals, Entertainment.
Scoot + Norwegian - Pay Extra for Checked Luggage, Entertainment and Meals.

Baggage Allowance:
Royal Brunei - 20KG Checked, Hand Luggage 7KG
Scoot + Norwegian - 10KG Hand Luggage Only. You may Purchase 20KG Checked for $170 return.

Royal Brunei - Brunei 3HRs, Return 2HRs
Scoot + Norwegian - Singapore 16HRs, Return 6HRs

Melbourne to London Heathrow with Royal Brunei - $1,053

Sydney to London Gatwick with Scoot + Norwegian Air- $1,065

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  • +3

    Just done the LGW-SIN route with Norwegian and would strongly recommend getting the LowFare+ tickets to get the included meal, seat reservation and checked luggage.

  • Bookings are through 3rd party sites - buyer beware.

    • +1

      Vayama is great, I've used them before. Kiwi.com i hear mixed reviews about when someone's made an error on their booking and needs it rectified. ie. costs extra to fix your misspelt name etc. Just don't make an error on your booking ;)

  • Brunei Flight also stops at Dubai on the way to and from heathrow.

    • Was weird. We had to go through security in Dubai then get checked back in the gate and back on the same plane, but you had to take everything with you.
      Food at Brunei was pretty sparse. Daughter got 2 minute noodles cos that was the best available.

      • You want to take your onboard stuff so it isn’t stolen on the plane and it’s common to have stupid amounts of security in gate lounges.

        Also want to add Brunei airport was a bad experience. No food worth buying and worst toilets I’ve seen in an international airport. Airline is also dry (no alcohol). But was a nice new modern Dreamliner plane and pleasant journey otherwise.

        • +1

          Yes Brunei airport isn't the most amazing facility but it isn't terrible. Apparently it was awful when they were doing renovations a few years ago.

          I just waited to get back on the plane again to get some food in.

          Can't say I found the toilets to be that bad, in fact they had been recently upgraded when I was there in 2015. The worst I ever saw were in Doha although that was in the old airport.

  • +2

    I did the Norwegian /scoot deal a few months ago. Planes were all new Airbus, so that's nice. Singapore stopover was long to get the connection though. More importantly, it was about 750 Aussie last time.

  • +1

    I've known about Norwegian for some time, believe they started flying out of Changi not long ago. Whilst I haven't flown SIN-LGW, during a recent EU trip I did fly MALLORCA to LGW, and while the plane was smaller, the service was first-rate, they even served tapas on board which was quite delicious, and best of all, they had free wifi available to everyone, this really put many full service airlines to shame, particularly those that make a "song and dance" about it while Norwegian the quiet achiever goes about it without fuss.

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