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flights to vietnam

flights to vietnam

  1. mlu

    I fly to Vietnam at least once a year in December. I like exploring new airlines with good prices. Do you have some recommendations on good prices and when to start look for deals as December approaches?

    I would love to try business class, or premium elite.

  2. Gaurav

    December in general is a busy time to fly with people maximizing time off for holidays or family travel. I’d consider looking at the earlier part of the month. Other than that you could use tools like hopper, kayak or google flights to set alerts for flights and track pricing. Pricing is never guaranteed so if you see something that you can live with you should book it.

  3. Gaurav

    Flyertalk also has a premium cabin deals thread. Might be worthwhile to keep an eye on it. You may not get a straight connection to Vietnam but keep your options open if you see a reasonable fare to neighboring country. You can then position using a low cost carrier.

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