Deal Dispatch: Asia to Europe from $438, Europe to Shanghai from EUR325,

Now that the summer is over, the deals for fall and winter are starting to come in and it pays to start planning your trip for next year! The tip to “buy airline tickets on Tuesdays” is a hoax and last minute deals are a risky proposition for long-haul flights, so check out the latest deals around the world to find some new destinations worth visiting at low prices!

Asia – Europe: Thai Airways is currently running a sale from Kuala Lumpur to Europe, with flights to Copenhagen starting at $438 round-trip, all in, and other destinations in Europe for slightly more. Flights are available for April to June 2017, so you are planning a little ahead here, but it’s a nice time in Europe – shoulder season without the crowds, but already good weather! Thai is one of my favorite airlines with great service and I’d choose them over the low-cost carriers or many second-tier airlines. Find all the details at SecretFlying!

Europe – Asia: And flights in the opposite direction can be just as cheap: Iberia, the Spanish carrier, is offering flights from Rome, Munich, Vienna and other European cities to Shanghai starting at EUR325 round-trip and all in! Flights are available from October 2016 through April 2017, excluding the Christmas holidays. You can find out how to find availability and book it here!

US – Asia: Flights from the US to South East Asia are also available on sale. You can fly from Los Angeles to Hong Kong, Singapore, Bangkok, Manila and a few other cities for as little as $416 round-trip. Flights are available October 2016 to April 2017 with blackouts around the Christmas holidays. You are flying China Eastern airline via Shanghai. They are not my favorite airline, but at those prices still a good deal (find dates & destinations here)!

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