bps3458
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Cheap Tickets Germany-Australia

Sat Jul 05, 2008 8:51 pm

Need some urgent advice where to find cheapest return economy ticket from Germany (FRA or MUC) in to Brisbane. Leaving Germany on/around September 8, 08 returning from Brisbane on/around December 22, 08.

As we are expecting twins in November in addition our 20-months old we have decided to get some help from Germany and will have a German Au-Pair join us. She will need to travel on/around above dates and we are interested in finding the cheapest ticket as we will pay half the air fare.

Cheapest ticket I found through travel-overland.de is with KE for total EUR 1,133.00. Thanks in advance for your feedback.

Cheers from Brisbane,

Peter
 
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RE: Cheap Tickets Germany-Australia

Sun Jul 06, 2008 4:18 am

Oh i have looked up the SQ website but it's still more expensive than KE.

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bps3458
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RE: Cheap Tickets Germany-Australia

Sun Jul 06, 2008 10:33 am



Quoting FlyboyOz (Reply 1):
Oh i have looked up the SQ website but it's still more expensive than KE

Thanks, mate. I think EUR 1,133.00 is a good deal so I told her to book.

Cheers from Brisbane,

Peter
 
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RE: Cheap Tickets Germany-Australia

Sun Jul 06, 2008 11:35 am



Quoting Bps3458 (Thread starter):
with KE for total EUR 1,133.00

If that is including taxes and surcharges: great deal.

If not than QF is cheaper (E1245).

If she is a student she can book student fares at some airlines (like KLM) and sometimes they are way cheaper or equally cheap but more flexible. She needs to be <26.

More info here: http://studenttravel.about.com/od/studentairfare/a/studentairfare.htm
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RE: Cheap Tickets Germany-Australia

Sun Jul 06, 2008 7:42 pm



Quoting Henkybaby (Reply 3):
If that is including taxes and surcharges: great deal.

Should be with taxes - found almost the same fare on our own website as well... couple of Euros more (which could come from Travel Overland charging a slightly lower fee on that flight), but pretty much in the same range.

Quoting Henkybaby (Reply 3):
If she is a student she can book student fares at some airlines (like KLM) and sometimes they are way cheaper or equally cheap but more flexible. She needs to be <26.

If it's the fare I found on our site, then this is already a youth-fare.
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bps3458
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RE: Cheap Tickets Germany-Australia

Mon Jul 07, 2008 3:24 am

Seems I found the best deal available as EUR 1,133.00 is including taxes/fee. Thanks for all your replies.

Cheers from Brisbane,

Peter

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