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Is there a low-cost airline between South-Asia (or the Middle East) and Europe? I don't mind changing flights and staying overnight. I want to know if there are some. I know about Scoot, Norwegian to South-Asia; Pegasus to the Middle East.

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    Note that "low-cost" refers to a business model, not necessarily fares. I am often able to find lower fares on, say, American or United than on jetBlue or Southwest, albeit with a great many more restrictions. – choster Feb 5 '18 at 14:58
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I think you need to narrow this down a bit. In general "low cost" airlines are NOT always cheaper than "full service" airlines. You need to look at specific dates and destinations to optimize the price. For example, Frankfurt <-> Bangkok in February on Etihad or Turkish is around US $600 round trip. Given the distance, I doubt you can get it a lot cheaper than that.

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I've noticed relatively(in comparison to Emirates, Qatar, Oman) inexpensive flights offered by Gulf air with regional (national) carriers of European countries. However they tend to have extremely long layovers.

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