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Hi Members,

 

I just looked on Thai Airways web site to book May 2022.

 

Air fares have jumped from $800 to $1600 AUS.

 

My ticket was purchased in 2020 then extended to Dec 2021 then extended again to Dec 2022.

 

Anyone else experiencing this?

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On 10/11/2021 at 4:31 PM, seeker2008 said:

Air fares have jumped from $800 to $1600 AUS.

It will be a very long time before we get back to cheap airfares again!

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just looked at skyscanner perth to bkk feb 13 to 20. wtf $1350 the cheapest 2400 the quickest . most have a 17 to 20 hr leg there or back. its only a 7 hr flight. ill wait and see i think 

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Crazy numbers,
I got a fare of 450$ from Paris to BKK next month.
Absolute bottom prices in Europe.
A friend flying from Belgium, has a similar rate.

Flying emirates.

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Watched an interview with an expert on airline matters. He predicted cheap airfares when thing get moving. Said the airlines will do this to get bums on seats. We'll see!.

Edited by Long John

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2 hours ago, Jonard said:

Crazy numbers,
I got a fare of 450$ from Paris to BKK next month.
Absolute bottom prices in Europe.
A friend flying from Belgium, has a similar rate.

Flying emirates.

If you want to keep that smile going check out the prices of some of the premium Hotels in BKK!

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1 minute ago, taaseesanuk said:

If you want to keep that smile going check out the prices of some of the premium Hotels in BKK!

oh yes 100%.
For mongering though, I much prefer condo's. I feel more free without staff around me and ID checks :-)

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12 hours ago, Jonard said:

oh yes 100%.
For mongering though, I much prefer condo's. I feel more free without staff around me and ID checks :-)

much better for multi shindigs as well lol 

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Thanks Mikel,

I will check Sky Scanner.

When I checked Thai Airways their fares had increased 100% in Aus Dollars.

Planed on travelling in May 2022 Brisbane to Bangkok.

Sky Scanner is correct if I depart from Sydney and not Brisbane.

Edited by seeker2008

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On 10/16/2021 at 4:38 PM, seeker2008 said:

Thanks Mikel,

I will check Sky Scanner.

When I checked Thai Airways their fares had increased 100% in Aus Dollars.

Planed on travelling in May 2022 Brisbane to Bangkok.

Sky Scanner is correct if I depart from Sydney and not Brisbane.

If you really want to fly Thai then keep an eye on Malai Travel's Facebook page. They often post cheap deals for the Thai community but be quick they sell out fast. (They're based in George st Sydney near Thaitown but get nationwide deals)

Edited by mikel

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2 hours ago, Long John said:

Pray tell, what is a multi shindig?.

A shindig is slang for a party.

A multi shindig means more than 1 guest.

Some hotels charge joiner fees for more than 1 guest. (Top tip, whenever you book a hotel room always book for 2 people, so that covers the first 'guest').

So if you rent a condo this wouldn't be an issue, but if you wanted to take 3 LBs back to your hotel, then you may get charged for 2 additional joiners.

SAG

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1 hour ago, SAGuy said:

A shindig is slang for a party.

A multi shindig means more than 1 guest.

Some hotels charge joiner fees for more than 1 guest. (Top tip, whenever you book a hotel room always book for 2 people, so that covers the first 'guest').

So if you rent a condo this wouldn't be an issue, but if you wanted to take 3 LBs back to your hotel, then you may get charged for 2 additional joiners.

SAG

Thanks SAG. I did know what it meant. Was just stirring Markm.

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