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Old 10th Jun 2022, 10:58
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Originally Posted by JKKne View Post
Indeed- I used to pay (well the company) a small fortune for the first NCL-LHR flight and even on strike days it's entirely affordable - its the leisure market flight times that have soared of late which I would assume is a similar story with the rail network
Exactly this ^^ weekends LHR-EDI are now far pricier than the traditional Mon/Thurs pinchpoints, although the whole week is pricier than it ever was. I haven't paid under 100 for a BA domestic sector for more than a year now, 300 return is now far more normal. I wish the schedule would catch up to reflect demand. BA's lastest LHR-EDI departure was 1750 for months and months, they've finally added a 9pm and a 10pm on Fridays but it's painful.
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