Killer deals on UK airfares

If the UK, Europe or Asia are high on your travel wish list, then now may be the time to book, with British Airways’ early-bird airfares that could save you hundreds.

Book a flight to the UK, Europe, Asia and beyond before midnight 26 February 2018 and you’ll save a pretty penny on your holiday.

With World Traveller economy class flights to Singapore costing A$670 return, or round-trip tickets to the UK and Europe starting from A$1254, you’d be mad to pass up this offer.

British Airways Regional General Manager Nicole Backo says: “This is the perfect time to start planning your next getaway. As we start to head towards the end of our Australian summer, this is a great opportunity for customers to organise their travel plans to visit the wonderful spring time in London and Europe.

“The long travel window until November means customers can plan their getaways for the year ahead. Travellers can choose from a range of destinations, from the iconic sights of Singapore to the picturesque scenes in the UK and Europe.”

Bookings can be made for travel from now until 30 November 2018.

For bookings and more information please visit www.ba.com

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Written by Leon Della Bosca

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