4 Birmingham to Dubai 3483 £360 10 pence

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first_img4Birmingham to Dubai3,483£36010 pence RankingJourneyDistance (miles)CostCost per mile 5London to Sharm El Sheikh2,411£2078 pence 6London to Malaga1,042£303 pence 2New York to Singapore10,000£2,00021 pence RelatedTransatlantic flight deals and what to expect when you fly low-cost long-haulMore and more airlines have started running cheap transatlantic flights from the UK to the US, Canada and Mexico – but are those prices just too good to be true? Make sure you get the best all-round deal by finding the cheapest long-haul flights out there and reading our short…High Mileage – Low Cost? Round-the-world with (mostly) budget airlinesI wrote a piece about this last year in happier financial times, but since then various airlines have gone bustThe best time to book cheap flights to Australia? We have the answerEver wondered which city gives you the best value flight to Australia? Perth is the closest Australian gateway and often the cheapest route Down Under. Check out the best time to book flights to Perth.center_img 3Edinburgh to London400£3611 pence With Boeing announcing plans to develop the first non-stop flight from London to Sydney by 2020, we take a look at some of the world’s longest and shortest flights to reveal which routes offer the best value per mile.1. Westray (WRY) to Papa Westray (PPW) – £5.70 per mileThis two-minute island-hop in Scotland’s windswept Orkney Isles (pictured) lays claim to being the shortest commercial flight on the planet, as well as one of the world’s most beautiful air journeys. No need for in-flight entertainment on this route, which will cost you £17 one-way.2. Newark Liberty International Airport (EWR) to Singapore Changi (SIN) – 21 pence per mileConnecting Asia with North America, the world’s longest flight is Singapore Airlines’ 9,519-mile, 18.5-hour journey between New York Newark and Singapore, notoriously pricey with the cost of an average ticket around £2,000.3. Edinburgh (EDI) to London Gatwick (LGW) – 11 pence per mileOne of the UK’s most searched for routes, this 331-mile trip between the Scottish and English capitals takes only around an hour and costs around £36. 4. Birmingham (BHX) to Dubai (DXB) – 10 pence per mileThe United Arab Emirate state of Dubai (pictured) has emerged as one of the UK’s favourite long-haul holiday destinations in recent years, and it’s perhaps no surprise with one-way tickets for the seven-hour 3,483 journey coming in at only £360.5. London Gatwick (LGW) to Sharm El Sheikh (SSH) 8 pence per mileA popular route for Brits looking for year-round sun, the 2,411 mile journey from London to the tourist hotspot of Sharm El Sheikh comes in at £207 and equates to only 8 pence per mile.6. London Stansted (STN) to Malaga (AGP) – 3 pence per mileThe most searched for journey on Skyscanner in 2011, a one-way ticket to the sun-kissed Costa Del Sol can be yours for only £30, and the 1,042 mile journey comes in at a bargain three pence per mile, leaving you plenty to spend on ice cream and cold beers by the pool. To put this in perspective, the price of unleaded petrol at the time of writing was 140p per litre, equating to 18p per mile or nearly six times as expensive per mile as flights to Malaga. 1Westray to Papa Westray3£17£5.70 • All flight prices taken from Skyscanner and correct as at 30 March 2012 for the cheapest one-way fare available on 1 July 2012• Westray to Papa Westray can only be booked by telephone via Loganair• Petrol prices taken from petrolprices.com and hmrc.gov.uk• Distances taken from mapcrow.infoReturnOne wayMulti-cityFromAdd nearby airports ToAdd nearby airportsDepart14/08/2019Return21/08/2019Cabin Class & Travellers1 adult, EconomyDirect flights onlySearch flights Maplast_img

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