Cheap one-way & return flights to Bali from London
What is the cheapest way to book cheap flights to Bali from the UK?
The cheapest way to get to Bali from the UK is a flight booked through our travel agent. We advise you to book your flights at least three weeks in advance to get the best flight deal. Search and compare flight prices and be flexible with your departure date so you can pick the cheapest available ticket around that time.
Which airlines operate flights to Bali from the UK?
- British Airways: BA has code-share arrangements with Qatar Airways (via Doha) and Malaysian Airlines (via KUL) to manage daily flights from Heathrow to Bali.
- Emirates: Emirates is a top-choice of UK travellers for flights to Bali via Dubai offering flexible choices for departure airport in London.
- Qatar Airways: Qatar Airways flights to Bali via Doha are also available daily from Heathrow.
- Thai Airways: Flying to Bali via Bangkok is also another alternative which is available to choose while you are departing from London Heathrow.
- Malaysian Airlines: Malaysian Airlines maintain regular flights on Heathrow-Bali route via KUL.
- Singapore Airlines: Singapore Airlines offer Heathrow to Bali flights every day with a single stopover (via SIN).
Is there any direct flight to Bali from the UK?
At present, there are no direct flights to Bali from the UK. Flight connections are frequently available from different airports in the UK. One-stop flights to Bali are operated by many airlines. Among these, British Airways and Emirates are the most preferred airlines' option to reach Bali by regular travellers.
How to book cheap flights to Bali in 2023 with flexible booking options?
Travelhouseuk serves cheap flights to Bali with flexible booking options which allows you to pay a refundable deposit and adjust the payment in monthly instalments. It also gives you a free hand to reschedule your flight date and destination on a later date. All policies are subject to terms and conditions. Please get the latest updates at the time of booking.
How long is the flight to Bali from the UK?
- Flights from Heathrow to Bali: 15 hours and 35 minutes
- Gatwick to Bali with Emirates: 17 hours and 35 minutes.
- LHR to Bali (DPS) with British Airways: 19 hours and 30 minutes.
- Manchester to Bali with Singapore Airlines: 17 hours and 15 minutes.
Heathrow to Bali Flights with Emirates
Emirates operate four weekly flights to Bali from London Heathrow. The shortest flight from London Heathrow to Bali (DPS) will take 17 hours via stopover in Dubai. The first flight departs at 9:10 in the morning and last flight departs at 20:20. On average, flight tickets to Bali will cost you around 837 GBP.
When can I find cheapest flight from London to Bali?
Bali gains quite a lot of attention by Brits during the holiday season. Ultimately, flights are expensive due to the high volume of sales. Our travel agents for Bali utilize their industry experience to help you secure the cheap flights to Bali. Firstly, early bookings can help save some pounds on your flights. Secondly, being flexible for your departure dates can also make a difference in flight prices. Book your Bali flights for December 2023 beforehand to find the best deals for flight as well as accommodation in Bali. We notify our Newsletter Subscribers and Social Media Family for the sudden price drop through emails and online posts which serves as a good chance for the ones who have their eyes on budget.
Does Travelhouseuk offer last minute flight deals to Bali?
Making a spontaneous decision to go to Bali over the holidays is a fantastic idea, but searching for the best price at the last minute might be a bit difficult. Here is when our customers find expensive results when they search online for flights at the eleventh hour. Please call our agents on 020 3745 5784 for a personalized flight deal that caters to your requirements. Refer a friend, and each of you can save up to 50 GBP on your next flight booking with Travelhouseuk.
When is the best time to visit Bali for weather-wise travellers?
The dry season is the best time to visit Bali and enjoy a luxury resort holiday. The weather remains mostly dry from May to September, sometimes extending to the early days of October. With the summer thermometer seldom exceeding 28 °C, spending quality time at the beach is no hassle. Many of the water sports are popularly active during this time, may it be rafting, game fishing, yachting or surfing. Also, clear skies mean that nightlife could be enjoyed to the fullest under the moonlight.Off-Peak Season:
Bali lies on a tropical climate belt and thus it is expected to rain here more often. During the rainy season (from late October to late April) it becomes quite difficult to roam around the places freely. Even though the coldest month of January is not so cold by comparison (26 °C) yet rainfall brings chilly winds that are not to the taste of tourists in t-shirts. Tourists take advantage of the cheaper holiday season to visit Bali and try their luck with the weather conditions to make the most of their stay.
Which is the main international airport in Bali?
Commonly dubbed as Bali airport for ease, the actual name of the airport where flights to Bali land is I Gusti Ngurah Rai International Airport. This airport is at a reasonable distance from the capital of Bali, Denpasar. A half an hour drive from the airport gets us to Denpasar city centre. The IATA code of this airport is DPS. The airport has a themed terminal with a total capacity of 3,175 seated passengers. Waiting passengers may avail a facility of in-house cinema, kids play area, a separate smoking lounge, duty-free shops and a range of restaurants. The waiting time seems to fly quickly.
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