Flights to Australia 2011 – New Korean Air offer

The promotional offer & # 39; only economic & # 39; It also includes flights to New Zealand, Fiji, Hawaii and Guam.

Flights to Sydney start with a cheaper fare of GBP 440. Return, flights to Brisbane and Melbourne are also included at the same cost. taxes. In the Australasia offer, the second most important offer is on flights to Auckland, New Zealand, where passengers can book flights starting at just GBP 460 excl. taxes. A similar price range applies on flights to Hawaii and Guam.

Finally, flights to Fiji are selling the minimum excl round trip fare from 470. taxes. These fares can be used on flights departing from London Heathrow Airport, United Kingdom.

Departure flights with Korean Airline are valid for travel from March 1 to March 31, 2011. However, the sale period of these fares begins on December 1, 2010 and ends on January 30, 2011.

Travelers can stay a minimum of 05 nights to a maximum of 3 months on these tickets. That is, tickets must be reserved to return at any time between 5 nights of departure and up to three months. Like other rates, the Child pays 75% of the net adult rates and the Child (accompanied) pays 10% of the adult rate. Although the tickets are changeable in regards to the date, however, once the ticket is issued, all date changes are charged at £ 130.00.

All these rates do not include taxes and a fuel surcharge of GBP 55 must be paid at each address. Also, if you are willing to stay in the amazing Seoul, you can book a stopover at GBP 90. As the Korean airline flies from London Heathrow to Australia through Seoul, the capital of Korea, there may be a STPC, stopover paid by the carrier, where the airline provides a free stopover if there is no connecting flight the same day . STPC is provided in Seoul at an address only in segments where there is no valid connection the same day. You must call the Korean Air Reservations STPC once the ticket has been issued and at least 48 hours before the requested date. In the case of changes in the date of entry, the party making the change must reapply for the STPC (travel agent or passenger). Hotel rooms will not be provided to passengers in transit arriving in Seoul without prior confirmation from STPC, according to Korean Air.