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Glasgow, Scotland over May Long Weekend - $618 roundtrip after tax

Try May 18-25 over at http://www.airtransat.ca from Calgary to Glasgow, Scotland. It just dropped to $618 roundtrip after tax.


Just to note, that pic above is of Edinburgh, not Glasgow. Edinburgh is about an hour east of Glasgow, and a fair bit nicer looking in my opinion.

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3 Responses to "Glasgow, Scotland over May Long Weekend - $618 roundtrip after tax"

    Has Belinda been here?
       Belinda on May 5th, 2011

    I so agree about the picture, it is also a heck of a deal too .......

    Has Chris_Myden been here?
       Chris_Myden on May 12th, 2011

    Some more cheap ones to Glasgow, Scotland on airtransat.ca - $668 roundtrip after tax - try any combo of May 25, June 1, June 8.

    Has Chris_Myden been here?
       Chris_Myden on May 13th, 2011

    That's definitely something I've always been interested in hearing from people.

    How much cheaper does a flight have to be on Air Transat (with it's cramped leg room and no seat back entertainment) to tempt a person away from the major carriers?

    $300/person cheaper?


    In this case it's $1000/person cheaper (KLM is next cheapest, and 3 hours more travel time each way) which would be more than enough to tempt me. That would work out to $62 per hour spent flying.

    In other words, more leg room and seat back entertainment would be costing me $62/hour on another carrier. Imagine that, if the stewardess came down the aisle on an Air Transat flight and asked if anyone would like to upgrade to a roomier seat with seatback entertainment for $62/hour. Would anyone do it?

    When thinking of it that way, bringing a book and dealing with a cramped seat is more appealing.

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