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Hi I was wondering if anyone knows anything about this, I'm wanting to go to Las Vegas on August 23rd for 16 days, I've been looking from Newcastle and their is a flight from Newcastle to Ireland then… Read More
ShannonAirey96 Avatar
11m, 1w agoPosted 11 months, 1 week ago
Hi I was wondering if anyone knows anything about this, I'm wanting to go to Las Vegas on August 23rd for 16 days, I've been looking from Newcastle and their is a flight from Newcastle to Ireland then to London then direct to Las Vegas, I was wondering if anyone know, would it be possible to just drive to just drive to London and miss the other 2 flights so it's like I am going direct? Any replies are much appreciated. Thank you
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11m, 1w agoPosted 11 months, 1 week ago
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#1
No, you have to check in for the first flight. Otherwise you get cancelled for all of them. I wanted to do this a while ago, but the airline told me the whole route must be used.

Try to look for a flight direct from london with them, usually cheaper anyhow.
#2
You would probably find it cheaper to book from Ireland through to Las Vegas (via London), then get yourself to Ireland from an airport of choice separately.
#3
Look at flying direct from london or manchester, even birmingham. Go to sites like experia etc for prices.
#4
Look at Thomascook from Manchester. They fly direct to Vegas a couple of times a week or look at flying to LA and driving or flying to vegas from there. Its probably the cheapest and maybe quickest way to get there. Theres a train from Middlesbrough to Manchester airport direct.
#5
Hi i have used various glitch flights all over the world recently returning from tokyo saving £100's .What sort of budget you looking at etc the more information you give us the more we can help you.Normally if you fly from ireland instead of uk then it is normally cheaper.
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katchiib
No, you have to check in for the first flight. Otherwise you get cancelled for all of them. I wanted to do this a while ago, but the airline told me the whole route must be used.

Try to look for a flight direct from london with them, usually cheaper anyhow.


Hi, thanks for the reply, I've tried looking from London but seems to be much more expensive unfortunately :(
#7
Thanks for the reply, I wasn't really wanting to go to Ireland I was hoping to skip the first 2 flights and just take the last :)
#8
cornishscouse
Look at flying direct from london or manchester, even birmingham. Go to sites like experia etc for prices.


Thanks for the reply, I've tried looking but all of the flights seem to be very expensive, £600+ :(
#9
Wadda
Look at Thomascook from Manchester. They fly direct to Vegas a couple of times a week or look at flying to LA and driving or flying to vegas from there. Its probably the cheapest and maybe quickest way to get there. Theres a train from Middlesbrough to Manchester airport direct.


Thank you for the reply, I've tried looking and it is alot cheaper to go from Los Angeles direct from Manchester and then drive, about £400 cheaper! Looks like this will be the cheapest way to go direct, thank you very much for this! :D
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ShannonAirey96
cornishscouse
Look at flying direct from london or manchester, even birmingham. Go to sites like experia etc for prices.
Thanks for the reply, I've tried looking but all of the flights seem to be very expensive, £600+ :(
One of your main issues is that time of year for those prices.For instance last year i went from oslo to jfk and back for £200 return but when i got to heathrow just walked off the plane.
#11
archer1204
Hi i have used various glitch flights all over the world recently returning from tokyo saving £100's .What sort of budget you looking at etc the more information you give us the more we can help you.Normally if you fly from ireland instead of uk then it is normally cheaper.


Hi thanks for the reply, I was looking to spend around £600 for the flight and hopefully be able to go direct. I was also looking to go for 16 days :)
#12
ShannonAirey96
archer1204
Hi i have used various glitch flights all over the world recently returning from tokyo saving £100's .What sort of budget you looking at etc the more information you give us the more we can help you.Normally if you fly from ireland instead of uk then it is normally cheaper.
Hi thanks for the reply, I was looking to spend around £600 for the flight and hopefully be able to go direct. I was also looking to go for 16 days :)
As said before if you are not to bothered about going direct keep an eye on holidaypirates.com as they have some amazing deals/glitches but they normally dont last long.Have a great holiday.By the way after a quick look i notice BA do a direct flight back from vegas to newcastle flight time 13 hours but you would have to make your own way out there.
#13
£664 return, London Gatwick to Las Vegas, direct flight 10hr 45min there, 9hr 50min return via StudentUniverse.

http://www.cheapflights.co.uk/search/flights-to-Las-Vegas/from-London/departing-2016-08-23/returning-2016-09-08/

Click 'Stops' at the bottom and untick all except Direct. You might be able to get cheaper by changing day or airport, haven't checked that.

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