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Old Sep 9, 17, 9:28 am
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TK: LON-BKK business (J) return 1122

http://www.kayak.co.uk/flights/LON-BKK/2018-03-16/2018-03-24/business#_

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Old Sep 9, 17, 10:14 am
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What booking class is it? J or K?
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Old Sep 9, 17, 10:36 am
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Originally Posted by djjaguar64 View Post
What booking class is it? J or K?
J class
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Old Sep 13, 17, 1:46 am
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This is a great deal, all in J class, to BKK. I am going to think about it. Any idea of the travel windows for availability
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Old Sep 13, 17, 2:43 am
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The fare rules are saying this:

PERMITTED 09SEP 17 THROUGH 10DEC 17 OR 01JAN 18 THROUGH
20MAR 18 OR 10APR 18 THROUGH 30JUN 18 ON THE FIRST
INTERNATIONAL SECTOR.

And the tickets must be issued by 1st october and I see a lot of availability on GF.
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Old Sep 13, 17, 4:39 am
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Only TK metal or is there a way to force the routing using another *A career ? (LH group or TG would be good).
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Old Sep 13, 17, 6:03 am
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Originally Posted by fransknorge View Post
Only TK metal or is there a way to force the routing using another *A career ? (LH group or TG would be good).
TK only
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Old Sep 13, 17, 6:26 am
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OK, thanks. Too bad.
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Old Sep 13, 17, 10:10 am
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Yeah, it is TK only (no codeshare)

Although the fare ex LON is very good, you can even an get cheaper TK J fare from ARN at the moment (however, it will be on a A321 ARN-IST r/t whereas many LHR flights will be on 77W).
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Old Sep 13, 17, 12:27 pm
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Originally Posted by SK AAR View Post
Yeah, it is TK only (no codeshare)

Although the fare ex LON is very good, you can even an get cheaper TK J fare from ARN at the moment (however, it will be on a A321 ARN-IST r/t whereas many LHR flights will be on 77W).
I'd take the TK A321 (w/sharklets) over any other European airlines short haul business product.
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Old Sep 13, 17, 12:44 pm
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Token comment about how crashy crashy TK is .
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Old Sep 13, 17, 1:10 pm
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Originally Posted by hugolover View Post
Token comment about how crashy crashy TK is .
Going by recent incidents, fatal incidents and total number of fatalities you would be more likely to have issue with AA or AF than TK.

I would quote Disraeli but I have too much class for that
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Old Sep 13, 17, 1:22 pm
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That's the best ex-LHR J fare to Asia I think I've ever seen.
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Old Sep 14, 17, 7:43 am
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Originally Posted by SK AAR View Post
Yeah, it is TK only (no codeshare)

Although the fare ex LON is very good, you can even an get cheaper TK J fare from ARN at the moment (however, it will be on a A321 ARN-IST r/t whereas many LHR flights will be on 77W).
"Everything" is cheaper from ARN. Lucky Swedes... For the rest of us positioning to London is a whole lot easier/cheaper, not to mention that substantially more FTers will live in London than Stockholm.

Originally Posted by smit0847 View Post
That's the best ex-LHR J fare to Asia I think I've ever seen.
I hope we see more of the same from TK. I suspect that their UK traffic was hit pretty hard by the electronics ban.
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Old Sep 14, 17, 4:56 pm
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Originally Posted by smit0847 View Post
That's the best ex-LHR J fare to Asia I think I've ever seen.
RJ was 996 LHR-BKK a couple of years ago
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