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Direct Flights is offering return trips to Europe from $1791 if booked by September 25, 2011.
Direct Flights is offering return trips to Europe from $1791 if booked by September 25, 2011. Contributed

AUSTRALIAN discount flight site, Direct Flights is offering return trips to Asia from $990 and Europe from $1791 if booked by September 25, 2011.

The flights with full service Malaysia Airlines are available to Singapore, Kuala Lumpur, Bangkok and Phuket from $990 from Perth and Melbourne, $1010 from Sydney, $1046 from Adelaide and $1060 from Brisbane.

And Direct Flights also has special fares with Malaysia Airlines on to London, Amsterdam, Frankfurt, Paris and Rome from $1791 from Perth, $1876 from Melbourne, $1896 from Sydney, $1885 from Adelaide and $1895 from Brisbane.

The discounted fares need to be booked by September 25, 2011, and are per person, include taxes and are for travel from now until June 30, 2012. Conditions and blackout periods apply.

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