VS - Fly SYD-LHR-SYD in Economy, get SYD-LHR upgraded to Prem. Econ

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  1. Mal

    Mal Enthusiast

    Dec 25, 2004
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    Virgin Atlantic Airways - Popup

    "Fly to London in Premium Economy and fly back in Economy from an unbelievable $2399, inclusive of taxes and surcharges. Premium Economy features that little bit more- bigger seats with more recline, a dedicated cabin and check-in, and of course, pre-take off Champagne. Why not sample that little bit more for that little bit less?

    Book by 31 August 2006.

    Premium Economy outbound/Economy inbound fare from Sydney to London
    Depart between 01 November - 11 November 2006, 17 January - 24 February 2007
    from $2399
    TO BOOK, PLEASE CALL 1300 727 340"

    Of course T&C's apply:

    "1. The fare shown includes pre-paid passenger taxes, fees, charges and surcharges (subject to change).

    2. The fare shown is correct as of 21 July 2006, but is subject to change.

    3. The sale fare is for outbound travel between the departure periods shown.

    4. The fare is for an outbound flight in Premium Economy from Sydney to London, and an Economy flight from London to Sydney. The classes are unable to be reversed.

    4. The sale fares have a maximum stay of 12 months.

    5. Flying Club miles, bonus miles and tier points are available with this offer.

    6. Children (under 12) pay 75% of the full adult fare. Infants (under 2) pay 10% of the full adult fare (exclusive of passenger taxes, fees charges and surcharges).

    7. All travel is strictly subject to availability. The number of seats available on each flight at the offer price is restricted and it is possible that the seats allocated to this offer on a particular flight may be fully booked, even though seats are still available in other booking classes. Some flights may have no availability on certain dates and popular dates (i.e. weekends, school and public holidays) will fill quickly and Virgin Atlantic cannot guarantee availability.

    8. Virgin Atlantic's published Conditions of Carriage apply (subject to change from time to time) and are available from Virgin Atlantic.

    9. Once a booking has been confirmed one change is permitted free of charge. This ticket is 100% non-refundable.

    10. Two free stopovers are permitted in Hong Kong, one in each direction.

    11. Once tickets have been issued Virgin Atlantic shall not be liable for any failure to comply with its obligations caused by (but not limited to) weather conditions, fire, flood, strike, hurricane, industrial dispute, war, terrorist activity, hostilities, political unrest, riots, civil commotion, or any other circumstances beyond the control of Virgin Atlantic.

    12. These Terms and Conditions are subject to English Law and the exclusive jurisdiction of the English courts.
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  2. Kiwi Flyer

    Kiwi Flyer Senior Member

    Sep 24, 2004
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    As I commented on the BA offer, I would still rather use NZ's special which has both ways premium economy for less price than this offer which is only 1 way premium economy.
     
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