Go Back  FlyerTalk Forums > Miles&Points > Mileage Run Deals > Premium Fare Deals
Reload this Page >

Rj lhr-amm-bkk/kul/hkg 1015 pp in business

Rj lhr-amm-bkk/kul/hkg 1015 pp in business

Old Dec 15, 17, 12:01 pm
  #1  
Original Poster
 
Join Date: Jul 2013
Location: Southampton
Programs: BA Silver, HH Gold, AA Gold, Accor Plat, AMEX Gold, AMEX BAPP
Posts: 69
Rj lhr-amm-bkk/kul/hkg 1015 pp in business

Using the app my dates are 26/01/18--05/02/18
googleflights or kayak don't find them.
I found this on travel-dealz.de.
other cities include cdg, txl, fra, muc for similar prices. Good luck.

edit...to add hyphen to web address
bhbloke likes this.

Last edited by robbo17; Dec 15, 17 at 1:26 pm
robbo17 is offline  
Old Dec 15, 17, 12:45 pm
  #2  
 
Join Date: Nov 2008
Programs: AA EXP/LTP 4MM, BA GGL/CCR/GfL, HH Dia, SPG Plat/LTP
Posts: 9,563
Finding abovementioned flights (LHR-AMM-BKK r/t) on ITA matrix, 1-14 days, all of January 2018 mostly for 1727, some dates in the first week of the month sell for a price slightly higher.

Tried traveldealz.de, but this registered page is for sale. Changing to traveldeals.de produces no hit. Typo?

EDIT: The price quoted is found on rj.com, and is very competitive, especially as available from other cities besides LHR. Good find

Last edited by onobond; Dec 15, 17 at 12:50 pm
onobond is offline  
Old Dec 15, 17, 1:01 pm
  #3  
 
Join Date: Mar 2006
Programs: UA Lifetime Gold, Marriott Rewards Platinum, HHonors Gold, Hyatt Diamond
Posts: 1,147
Yes, good find, a very good fare. I checked on the RJ website for travel in July, and got 1022 GBP return. BTW, is RJ a dry airline? I know we have a thread on this and other airlines, dry / wet / or both according to their location. But the information can be quite out of date. Thanks!
spainflyer is offline  
Old Dec 15, 17, 1:11 pm
  #4  
 
Join Date: Dec 2016
Programs: AA Executive Platinum, AF Platinum,TK and A3 Gold
Posts: 109
do you which fare class?
thanks
john1987 is offline  
Old Dec 15, 17, 1:28 pm
  #5  
 
Join Date: Mar 2015
Posts: 28
Originally Posted by spainflyer View Post
Yes, good find, a very good fare. I checked on the RJ website for travel in July, and got 1022 GBP return. BTW, is RJ a dry airline? I know we have a thread on this and other airlines, dry / wet / or both according to their location. But the information can be quite out of date. Thanks!
I just flew RJ roundtrip on a Y fare sale from JFK-AMM-CAI over Thanksgiving. They were not dry - I couldn't tell on the short AMM-CAI, but definitely had wine and such on JFK-AMM. Even in Y, the service was exceptional and the food was relatively edible - I was really unsure what to expect given the limited reviews I could find, but I was totally impressed with RJ. The lounge in AMM is extremely cool, too, with an open view over much of the terminal from the second level.

Just: don't forget the credit card you used for booking (I was almost denied boarding on each portion of my trip because my old card had been stolen and replaced by one with a new number) - they're extremely strict about needing to see this to "open" the ticket.
am350 is offline  
Old Dec 15, 17, 1:28 pm
  #6  
Original Poster
 
Join Date: Jul 2013
Location: Southampton
Programs: BA Silver, HH Gold, AA Gold, Accor Plat, AMEX Gold, AMEX BAPP
Posts: 69
Mine booked in to D under business extra. As far as I'm aware alcohol is served it was last time I used rj.
robbo17 is offline  
Old Dec 15, 17, 1:30 pm
  #7  
 
Join Date: Mar 2015
Posts: 28
BTW, RJ is having a 54% off sale today that ends in just a few hours. h/t to OMAAT for the details on it: Today Only: INSANE Royal Jordanian Business Class Sale - One Mile at a Time
am350 is offline  
Old Dec 15, 17, 2:14 pm
  #8  
 
Join Date: Dec 2017
Posts: 10
Awesome AM350. Thanks for the info!
YYC1986 is offline  
Old Dec 15, 17, 2:33 pm
  #9  
 
Join Date: Nov 2009
Location: London, England
Posts: 366
Cheapest ex-EU seems to be TXL or GVA, both around 900 to BKK.

Haven't really looked too hard though.
Bloomsbury is offline  
Old Dec 15, 17, 2:44 pm
  #10  
 
Join Date: Nov 2012
Location: UK
Programs: AA EXP, UA 1K, BA Gold
Posts: 317
Originally Posted by Bloomsbury View Post
Cheapest ex-EU seems to be TXL or GVA, both around 900 to BKK.

Haven't really looked too hard though.
For about GBP100 more you can also get the B788 the whole way on LHR-AMM-BKK/HKG/KUL. LHR-AMM-BKK-HKG yields the most miles for anyone looking to use this as a MR or to earn AA EQDs.
Europeanexplorer is online now  
Old Dec 15, 17, 3:28 pm
  #11  
 
Join Date: Feb 2011
Location: Brooklyn, NY
Programs: Honors Diamond; AA Ex Plat; AS MVP 75K
Posts: 209
Any idea how hard to cancel these within 24 hours? It says call or email. Seems shady to leave an email and also calling seems inundated given the current web traffic.
BLazarus22 is offline  
Old Dec 15, 17, 4:06 pm
  #12  
 
Join Date: Mar 2006
Programs: UA Lifetime Gold, Marriott Rewards Platinum, HHonors Gold, Hyatt Diamond
Posts: 1,147
Unhappy Gone!

Yes, now past midnight in Jordan, and the same itinerary, same dates as I posted above, is now 1732 GBP. Not bad, but not nearly as good as yesterday!
spainflyer is offline  
Old Dec 15, 17, 4:14 pm
  #13  
 
Join Date: Feb 2010
Location: London
Programs: BA GGL (98% to Lifetime Gold), SPG convert from IHG (and Marriott fan now!)
Posts: 4,793
Agh! That's incredibly annoying - was just taking a look having gotten off a flight!
lorcancoyle is offline  

Thread Tools
Search this Thread
Search Engine: