Fly to London Return from Perth $919, Melbourne $965, Adelaide $970, Brisbane $986, Sydney $990 with Malaysia Airlines @ IWTF

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All departure cities under $1000 return to London on full service airline

Fly from select major Australian cities to London from just $919 return.

Flights are with Malaysia Airlines (I know they’ve copped a lot of slack in recent years) but baggage, food and entertainment are included.
Departures range from October to November 2019 and February to March 2020.

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Comments

    • +2 votes
      • 2.2 American Airlines
      • 2.8 United Airlines
      • 3.1 Air Canada
      • 3.2 AirAsia X
      • 3.3 Air France
      • 3.4 British Airways
      • 3.4 Malindo Air
      • 3.6 Norwegian
      • 3.7 Air China
      • 3.7 China Eastern
      • 3.9 Air India
      • 3.9 Jetstar
      • 3.9 Ryanair
      • 4.0 Delta
      • 4.0 Scoot
      • 4.0 Swissair
      • 4.1 South African Airways
      • 4.2 Fiji Airways
      • 4.3 China Southern
      • 4.4 Finnair
      • 4.5 Malaysia Airlines
      • 4.6 Hainan Airlines
      • 4.8 Hawaiian Airlines
      • 4.8 Lufthansa
      • 5.0 KLM
      • 5.0 Vietnam Airlines
      • 5.3 Emirates
      • 5.6 Sri Lankan Airlines
      • 5.8 Qantas
      • 5.9 Cathay Pacific
      • 5.9 Etihad
      • 6.0 Thai Airways
      • 6.1 EVA Air
      • 6.1 Southwest Airlines
      • 6.2 Royal Jordanian
      • 6.3 China Airlines
      • 6.3 Tigerair Australia
      • 6.4 Philippine Airlines
      • 6.4 Singapore Airlines
      • 6.7 Asiana Airlines
      • 6.9 Air New Zealand
      • 7.0 Virgin Australia
      • 7.3 ANA
      • 7.5 Qatar
      • 7.6 Royal Brunei
      • 8.0 Korean Air
      • 8.1 Garuda Indonesia
      • 8.4 Japan Airlines

      Keep in mind that review sites are often dominated by one-off extremely positive or extremely negative outliers, rather than offering a representative body of views.

      •  

        These customer ratings are interesting, quite often the experience of one passenger can be very different from another one on the same flight. I don't think people are able to rate flights objectively. Flying (for holidays) is a special occasion for many and one hiccup at check-in or friendly smile from a stewardess can completely change someone's perception. Also, flying in an A350 is a much nicer experience than being stuck for 12 hours on an older 777, regardless of the carrier. For long haul flights between Aus and Europe, I would pick Singapore Air over Garuda any time.

      •  

        TigerAir 0.1 point below Singapore?!?! Me thinks staff members have been 'reviewing' Tiger… because no way they are that high.
        Jetstar at 3.9 is about where Tiger should be.

        The rest seem to be around where I'd grade them… with a few exceptions. As much as I like Virgin over Qantas they shouldn't be in the 7's.
        Surprised Emirates are so low as well.

        China Southern should be much lower too.

  • +1 vote

    I love Malaysia Airlines, great value and excellent service.
    The problem is these dates, who would leave Australia's summer for London's winter? That's why they are cheap.