ruddy1987 Registered User
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http://www.secretflying.com/posts/europe-shanghai-china-e240-roundtrip/

Availability from April to May 2018

The SAS website conveniently allows you to view prices for the whole month so there is no need for a list of example dates from us.
However, do NOT purchase on the SAS website. Simply find the cheap dates, then purchase on the Momondo GO TO DEAL button below.
Momondo OTAs price these flights cheaper.

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kn Registered User
#2

Visas are a pain in the hole for China though.

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brightkane Brightane
#3

kn said:
Visas are a pain in the hole for China though.


i didnt find that.

Once i turned up with itinerary, confirmation of flights and hotels ect it was a breeze.

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PropJoe10 Registered User
#4

kn said:
Visas are a pain in the hole for China though.


Huh? I've been twice and never had any trouble at all, bar queueing up at the embassy.

Aristotle Registered User
#5

I'd imagine he means it's a pain because it's not an eVisa.

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vicwatson Registered User
#6

PropJoe10 said:
Huh? I've been twice and never had any trouble at all, bar queueing up at the embassy.


Do you have to queue up at the embassy for a visa? Hardly

brightkane Brightane
#7

when we went a few years ago thats what we had to do alright.

glasso Registered User
#8

Had to go there for work - wouldn't choose to go there on holidays tbh. cheap flight tho.

RobbieTheRobber Registered User
#9

vicwatson said:
Do you have to queue up at the embassy for a visa? Hardly


Yes visa application in person only.
You do need a full itinerary at that time too. Flights in and out and all stay accounted for with booked accommodation.

you can of course book accommodation and cancel.

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bromley52 Registered User
#10

I went to China in 2005 and had to send the passport to London to get the visa. Just needed a rough itinerary and proof of 1st few night accommodation.

Kuva Registered User
#11

What's the point of visa?

vicwatson Registered User
#12

Kuva said:
What's the point of visa?


Huh? To be allowed in (and I assume, out) of the country

bromley52 Registered User
#13

You also need to decide if you need a single entry or multiple entry visa. For example if you go to Hong Kong you need a new visa to get back into main land China.

Buttonftw Registered User
#14

Anyone able to get the €240 price?

jwcurtin Registered User
#15

Buttonftw said:
Anyone able to get the €240 price?


Had a look last night, and in the Region of €370. Still not bad value, but forever ruined by the €280 flight via LHR from Shannon to Hong Kong.

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