Aggressive KLM £399 sale fares to China and Hong Kong

I don’t write any many airline fare sales on Head for Points – at least not compared to the number I get emailed about – but KLM is running a very short term sale to China which did catch my eye.

Until July 8th – so you have two days left to book – they are selling economy tickets to a number of Chinese cities plus Hong Kong for £399.

These are flights from Heathrow with a connection in Amsterdam.


You need to fly between 26th August and 30th September, which seems an oddly tight window but there you go! Your return flight must be from 1st October to 15th December. If you only want a short holiday you will need to fly in late September.

Full details can be found on the KLM website here.

There are also special offers to other destinations around the world but none seemed as aggressively priced as these China fares.

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  1. signol says:

    Also from various regional departure airports.

  2. Hawkerhunt says:

    Just to highlight….

    Having spent wasted hours, when these were published on 1st July, and trying to get a permutation for a 1 or 2 week break at the start of September, and getting more and more frustrated that this was a scam, I eventually noticed the small print.

    Fly between 26th Aug and 30th Sept…RETURN between 1st Oct and 15 Dec.

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  4. Just to put this in perspective, 21 years ago I took a trip round SE Asia and flew KLM from Newcastle to Singapore & back. Fare paid was, I recall, £399 and that was only possible by flying out at the very end of June.