Easiest and cheapest way to Russia? I want to go to Moscow, Russia so badly. Actually, I want to continue my studies there and have a work at the same time for my allowance and other expenses.I inquired through the internet and it says that it'll cost me 50,000 pesos for a round trip ticket from Philippines to Russia! I really want to go there. A week-long visit there would be great. I need your help. Where can I find those cheapest plane tickets to Russia from Philippines? I'm so desperate to go to that place so I won't be picky..
Airline ticket prices vary depending on time of year, the day of the week, upcoming holiday (Christmas, New Year’s Eve etc). It’s always cheaper to fly: ~ during the middle of the week; airlines hike up their prices on weekends (because most people travel on the weekends); ~ after any major holiday prices are *mostly* always cheaper; ~ early morning/late nights, which is not very convenient, hence not a lot of people want to fly/travel then; etc... There is also the so-called "eight-week rule": the cheapest time to book your flight, is ABOUT eight weeks before you plan to leave. Q: "Where can I find those cheapest plane tickets to Russia from Philippines?" A: you have to track changes in flight prices everyday in order to notice those "consistent patterns" I've mentioned above. It's time consuming process, so you need to have patience. In a couple of months you'll know where to buy them. Prices are changing every single day, and sometimes "low cost" airlines" have less advantageous prices... there are also "hidden costs". @>UNORTHODOX< : "Assemble a makeshift mattress raft and paddle yourself a route to Vladivostok and take the Trans-Siberian railway to Moscow. Certainly the cheapest.....but by no means the easiest." A: just because you have not graduated from high school, *kid*, and therefore can not come to Rus' *to stare at and drool over Slavic beauties*, does not mean that you should pollute this sub-category with your bilious envy. It's not nice.