Nothing to do with taxes, this must be a busy month for both airlines.
Finnair still under 500€ and Quatar under 600€.
Finnair is like direct flight, they make only one stop at Helsinki and then 10h to Bangkok.
I'am not sure if the question about the weight case was serious. I mean it's not your first flight.
Every airline has their own weight limit, not limited to the country, it's simply their policy.
Am looking at a sort of mini trip February 2019.
Why oh why does it cost so much to fly out of Frankfurt compared to Heathrow
Ok so EVA dont fly from Frankfurt , that I can see and they are usually the cheapest non stop direct flights.
But why is Thai or Luftansa quoting over £800
Is it something to do with the tax system in Germany? Come on somebody tell me as this is now driving me nuts .
Even a 1 stop flight is expensive ( I think )
Might have to book an extra day or two and try a 1 stop flight which I really dont want to do and (IMO) waste time travelling.
I check Skyscanner mainly but even the other sites they aint no cheaper than Skyscanner.
Main Case weight with Lufthansa only 23KG ? Is that right
EVA/ THAI from Heathrow is 30KG, is this once again a German law or something?