Flights to distant destinations is record low

do you Dream of living in big cities or exotic beaches, while the Danish winter comes creeping, then there is good news. Many airline tickets are rekordbillig

Flights to distant destinations is record low

do you Dream of living in big cities or exotic beaches, while the Danish winter comes creeping, then there is good news. Many airline tickets are rekordbillig

Ann McDonald
Ann McDonald
01 November 2019 Friday 16:00
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Flights to distant destinations is record low

do you Dream of living in big cities or exotic beaches, while the Danish winter comes creeping, then there is good news.

Many airline tickets are rekordbillige right now.

the Danish Flyprisindex checking the prices of several of the most popular long-haul destinations for Danish travelers from Billund Airport, Copenhagen Airport and Hamburg Airport.

In the most recent price check was 14 out of 30, prices the lowest ever for flights within week 48.

The most significant fall in the price of pristjekket from Billund to Tokyo, where the price of an airline ticket r/t costs 2810 crowns. This is the lowest price ever recorded. Previously, the lowest price 3222 crowns.

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Also airline tickets to south Africa is cheap right now.

the Prices on air tickets to Johannesburg, south Africa is the lowest measured in the week 48 for all 3 afrejselufthavne. A plane ticket from Hamburg to Johannesburg, the t/r cost 2641 dollars, a plane ticket from Billund t/r cost 3068 euros and a flight ticket from Copenhagen costs 3121 crowns.

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It may also well pay to wait until next year, if you want to save an extra dime.

Flypriserne expected namely to fall further.

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Ole stouby, dk, who is the director of Travelmarket A/S, which is behind the Danish Flyprisindex, expect that the prices will continue to decline in 2020, as the competition between airlines is more fierce than ever.

Updated: 01.11.2019 16:00
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