Perth, Australia: £732 / €873 Full Service from London With Qantas

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9009 miles (14,499 km) and a scheduled flight time of almost 20 hours make flights to Perth in Australia an expensive destination, even in economy class. Right now, however, you can book Qantas flights from London Heathrow to Perth, Australia for only €873 (~£788). For less than €100 (~£90) more, you can even choose to fly nonstop (or even only €20 (~£18) more, if you only fly nonstop in one direction!

A checked bag up to 30 kg is included in this price. Fares haven’t been so low for quite a while.

lhr per 24.02
This flight has a stop in Singapore. For a bit more money, you can also fly nonstop

The airline will operate a Boeing 787 on the nonstop flights. Due to features such as higher humidity and cabin pressure, chances of arriving at your destination without dry eyes or headache are higher than with other aircraft models. Of course, the long flight time will still take its toll.

If you’re not going to fly nonstop, you will usually fly to Singapore on an Airbus A380, and then continue to Perth on an Airbus A330.

Search & Book

According to the fare rules, tickets will be sold until March 5, 2020. The fare rules give a bevy of possible travel periods and contradicting blockout periods, so allow us to narrow it down for you – flights at the lowest fare are available from March to June, as well as in November.

You’ll have to stay in Australia for at least 3 days or one night from Saturday to Sunday, and the maximum you can spend in the ‘Land down under’ before returning to Europe is 6 months.

Use Google Flights (instructions). The tool will show you all available connections and also forward you to Qantas’ website for booking, if you wish. Another option is comparing prices via our flight search, which will save you some money and also result in paying the promoted price.

Mileage

Tickets for this insane flight will be issued in booking class O. That will get you 25% with some Oneworld frequent flyer programs, but you can also get an earning rate of 100% with Qantas partner Alaska Airlines. Here’s an overview of the miles you could be credited with if flying via Singapore:

  • 7,390 on Finnair Plus
  • 7,390 on China Eastern Eastern Miles
  • 4,590 on American AAdvantage
  • 4,590 on Alaska Mileage Plan
  • 4,590 on Iberia Plus
  • 4,590 on Aer Lingus AerClub
  • 4,590 on British Airways Executive Club
  • 4,590 on LATAM Pass
  • 4,590 on Emirates Skywards
Data provided by wheretocredit.com. Without guarantee on correctness.

By the way: if you’re a member of Qantas’ Frequent Flyer program, the non-stop flight from London to Perth should earn you at least 9,400 points and 120 status credit.

Information & Tips for Australia

Australia, also know as ‘Down Under’, is an absolute dream destination because of its distance to Europe and its beautiful countryside. But because it’s so far away, the flights are costly. Nevertheless, there is always Dealz for less than 1.000€.

Best Time to Visit

Australia is a vast country with different climate zones. Summers (November to February) are hot and mostly dry, winters (June to September) are relatively mild.

Entry & Visa

Most European citizens require an eVisa which has to be issued before your arrival. You can apply online, and the process will be free of charge.

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Cover Picture: @ Qantas

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Comments (5)

  1. Greg says:

    It’s a shame that you are posting so many business class deals an so less good economy dealz out of Europe….

  2. Greg says:

    This one is a good deal btw 😉

    • Patrick says:

      Hi Greg, glad you liked the Qantas deal🙂 It is indeed a special flight, and the price is great at the moment. Also, thanks so much for your feedback! It is vital for us to hear what readers think about our Dealz so we can adjust our offers accordingly. It can sometimes be tricky to find the correct balance. But we will definitely keep trying to promote as many good economy class dealz as we can find – promised!

  3. Ron says:

    It’s nice that you show the milage earnings but wouldn’t make it sense to show the Qantas earnings too? I would like to see that every time 🙂

    Did these flights this week, here my earnings at Qantas:

    LHR – SIN: A: 3600 S: 40
    SIN – PER: A: 1450 S: 25
    PER – LHR: A: 4700 S: 60

    • Patrick says:

      Hi Ron, thanks for your feedback! You’re right, Qantas Points would be an excellent addition here😉 Our partner wheretocredit unfortunately won’t calculate them automatically. But we manually added them this time.

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