Ultra low fares to Thailand are back!
The lowest fares are with Air China and have long daytime connections in Shanghai in both directions. This can be a great opportunity to get out of the airport and see some of this amazing city with a free transit visa.
If you prefer shorter connections and/or a more highly rated airline, then go for the China Southern flights.
These fares all include a checked bag, so no more extras to add on.
How To Find The Cheapest Flights
The Air China fares aren’t showing in Google Flights, so to find them2, click the Skyscanner Calendar Search link below and find the cheapest dates in the Skyscanner calendar (look for the dates that are around £140).
When you’ve found your dates, continue booking in Skyscanner to make sure you get the low fare.
To Bangkok (BKK) with Air China
Skyscanner Calendar Search*
To find the China Southern fares, click the Google Flights link below and find the cheapest dates in the Google Flights calendar.
When you’ve found your dates in Google Flights, click the Skyscanner link below for the route you’re interested in and search using the cheapest dates to get the best fares.
All prices are for a return economy flight in UK pounds.
October to December ’19 for China Southern, and through to March ’20 for Air China, both excluding the December peak dates.
How much do these flights usually cost?
Around £450+ return
Air China, China Southern
These fares include meals and a checked bag.
These flights have one connection in each direction.
Sample booking via Skyscanner:
Prices and availability can change quickly, so if you can’t find the deal it means it has probably sold out. When you see a deal you’re happy with, book it fast!
Want more in depth instructions for finding the deals? Take a look at my article How to use Google Flights and Momondo, Skyscanner and Kayak to find the deals.
Curious about why I recommend a two stage search? Read my article why flights are cheaper via Momondo & Skyscanner?
If you book this deals then please let me know, I’d love to hear from you!
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