*Emirates* flights all over South Asia in the £300/£400s return from all over the UK!

Some great value fares here for ALL over South Asia with the swankiest of airlines!
Some great value fares here for ALL over South Asia with the swankiest of airlines! Some of these are a tad higher than I usually consider 'deal worthy' on other routes, but Emirates rarely drop their rates and really are a better economy-class experience, so go on, spoil yourself ;-)

Note: The fares listed below are the best I could find from Gatwick and Stansted. Most will be a bit higher from other UK airports - generally £15-£20 more from Birmingham and Glasgow, while Heathrow and Manchester flights will be around £30 higher.
To:

Karachi (KHI) - £330
Lahore (LHE) - £330
Islamabad (ISB) - £330
Mumbai (BOM) - £317
Delhi (DEL) - £315
Hyderabad (HYD) - £349
Kolkata (CCU) - £372
Colombo (CMB) - £403

From:

London (STN)
London (LGW)
London (LHR)
Birmingham (BHX)
Manchester (MAN)
Glasgow (GLA)
Newcastle (NCL)

Travel Dates: February - July, September - November 2018 (varies some by route)

Airline: Emirates

Standard Fare: £550 - £650

Baggage: Checked luggage included

Book by:
These fares should last a couple more days at least
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. If you prefer to book directly (higher fares, smaller change fees), then follow the link to the airline website and book.

Overall these are £50-£65 less on Momondo, so I recommend booking via an OTA to maximise savings.


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).



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 :-)
 
 

If you end up booking this flight, please do hit reply and tell me. It keeps me going knowing I'm sending you on holiday!  

Cheers,
Jack