expired Paris from $963 flying Thai Airways (Feb-Nov) MEL-$963, SYD-$980, BNE-$983, PER-$1042


Destinations: Paris

Airline: Thai Airways

Departure Dates: 26 February to 19 June 2018, 16 August to 30 November 2018

Valid Till: On sale till sold out

  • Melbourne – $963
  • Sydney – $980
  • Brisbane – $983
  • Perth – $1042

Other Deals:

  • Houston from $947 flying Air New Zealand (May-Nov)
  • Moscow from $894 flying Thai (Feb-Nov)
  • Manila from $494 flying Malaysia Airlines (May-September)

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closed Comments


    I'm seeing $100 cheaper from Sydney on China Southern & Air France via Canton.

    And $200 cheaper form Perth. Thai has better connections from Perth, but as an ozbargainer, a day stopover in Guangzhou with free hotel is a bonus.

    • +1 vote

      With all of my deals I post, I try and avoid certain airlines - China Southern being one of them (bad experience and I wouldn't fly them again).

      Also they seem to get plenty of coverage here by others. So i try and find deals with the premium ones (CX, SQ, QR, QF etc) - check my posts.

      If you can find cheaper and happy to fly them, great! Each to their own :)

      • -4 votes

        All those Chinese airlines suck unless you’re a super cheapskate.

        • +1 vote

          Depends how soft you are really.


          I’m soft and round

        • +1 vote

          Some Chinese Airlines I would definiely avoid. However, to group them all together just because they're 'Chinese' is shortsighted. Hainan is regarded as one of the best airlines in all of Asia & ranked Top 10 in the world. Some of their airlines are improving rapidly. That being said I'm a SQ man myself, for a variety of reasons :)

      • +1 vote

        Flew China Southern four times in last couple of months. Every bit as good as Qantas.


      Or a short stopover in Bangkok with thai so you get to europe quicker.

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