Air India economy class LHR - DEL - NRT £ 393

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  1. Lionell

    Lionell Member Staff Member

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    Air India economy class LHR - DEL - NRT £ 393, several dates available in September. Not the best of airlines, but a cheap price to fly to Tokyo and you get to fly the 787 Dreamliner.
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  2. Lionell

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    Seoul is also available with same airline for £ 394.
     
  3. JoeD

    JoeD Active Member

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    Any idea if you can stopover in India? (although I understand that VIsas can be annoying anyway)
     
  4. Lionell

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    I haven't checked any of the routing rules through ITA. Visa is probably an issue. I'm in the process of requesting one for India...
     
  5. JoeD

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    cheers - let me know how painful the visa process is (admittedly it'll be slightly different for UK probably)
     
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    I'm doing it through a company called E-visum, just filled in all the required online forms. Also had to make a scan of my passport and a passport picture, uploaded those and they'll arrange everything for me. Did the same with them for my upcoming trip to Sri Lanka. Hassle free so far!
     
  7. JoeD

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    Ah good, that doesn't sound too bad!
     
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    Getting an Indian visa is very simple since they switched to the eVisa system.

    Why are you paying some company to do it for you?!
     
  9. JoeD

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    Hi VisaBoy - thanks for that, good to know!

    Is it still about £100?
     

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