I’m planning my next trip and it is looking like it’s going to be over 3 weeks in the Philippines.
I’ve been trying to find Cheap flights between London and Manila and found some good ones for around £400 return with the perfect dates and times. I’ll be going in April/June and I know it’ll be off-season so prices are expected to drop. I got my flights to Japan for £430 earlier this year, so I hope I can find return flights to the Philippines in the region of £250.
My question is how do I know if I’m getting a good deal? Are there any sites that look at average and historical flight data and can identify if it’s a good deal for the season you are traveling in? From a bit of research, historically the cheapest flights from London and Manila is around £200 return. I know I won’t find flights for that cheap, but I’d like to see if there are tools out there that let you know if you are getting a good deal and can calculate flight averages based on the time of year. I looked into Kayak that shows trends in flight prices and Google Flights does highlight cheap deals in a green text but is there a specific tool for this purpose?