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  1. 1 point
    Has anyone used them? They are consistently the cheapest air fare to Bangkok, for direct anyway, which is what I use. Good reviews online as well, lots and lots of them on trust pilot, too many to be 'doctored'. Have used a few others before, Netflights, Ebookers etc, no problems. Just wondering had anyone used them. EVA direct under £500 consistently. When paying for 3, it's a bit of a wedge.
  2. 1 point
    please also bear in mind that these tickets are"restrictive",if you need to change your plans it will cost.ive been caught once,that be ing said ideal for people on fixed dates with adequate insurance, .
  3. 1 point
    Like all these sites they are wonderful until something goes wrong then they usually have very low staff to deal with your problem. Plus high charges for changes on top of the airline ones. Sometimes the airline will let you by pass the website sometimes not, depends on your class of ticket.
  4. 1 point
    Yes mate used them maybe five times,never had a problem yet .. Good Luck