flights to Ho Chi Minh City in £300s return from LHR, MAN & BHX (SWISS)

These tempting fares to Vietnam are back - with availability throughout high season...
These tempting fares to Vietnam are back - with availability throughout high season! Vietnam is generally one of the pricier Southeast Asia countries to fly to, but for the second time this year SWISS (and partner airline Edelweiss Air) have dropped prices on their convenient single-stop route into the mid £300s. A definite deal with two quality Star Alliance airlines :-)

Travel tip: Vietnam is food paradise, so you won't be lost for choice. But, if you're after something you haven't tried before, go for 'Cha Ca' (a northern Vietnamese fried fish over vermicelli dish) at one of the speciality restaurants that serve it. You won't regret it, promise!
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Ho Chi Minh City (SGN)


London (LHR/LCY) - £339
Manchester (MAN) - £359
Birmingham (BHX) - £359
Travel Dates: November 2018 - April 2019 (excluding Xmas but including some Easter holidays dates)

Airline: SWISS & Edelweiss Air

Standard Fare: £600

Bags: Checked bag included

Book by: This fares may be gone within 2-3 days
Note: Jack's Flight Club does not partner with nor receive referral fees from any of the sites linked below. Our only incentive is to help you snag a great fare.
Here's how to book:

1. Head to Google Flights and use their handy calendar tool to find the best travel dates for your route, by locating the dates with the lowest fares, highlighted in green. Make sure to adjust the 'trip duration' toggle to make sure you are seeing prices for your ideal trip length. Once you've selected your itinerary, simply follow the link to book directly with the airline or go onto step 2.
2. To get the lowest possible fares (those listed above), head over to Momondo, re-enter your itinerary and book with an OTA (online travel agent) once all the results have loaded.

Note: on this route, booking with an OTA only saves about £10, so you may want to book directly with the airline for greater flexibility should you plans change.
New here? Here is everything you need to know about using Google flights, Momondo/Kayak, when/where/how to book and other tips to snagging a flight deal :-)

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