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cheap flights from Edinburgh Belfast to USA from £69.00 one way with Norwegian Air

£69.00 @ Norwegian Air Shuttle ASA
Cheap flights from Edinburgh, Belfast, Dublin and Cork from £69 to smaller airports outside New york, Boston and New England available from today I booked through cheapflights.com its on Skyscanner a… Read More
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Cheap flights from Edinburgh, Belfast, Dublin and Cork from £69 to smaller airports outside New york, Boston and New England available from today I booked through cheapflights.com its on Skyscanner and momondo as well

price only includes 10kg hand luggage. No meals or checked-in baggage (extra ££)
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While I understand folks wanting a bargain fare, as a New Yorker, I can tell you that Stewart Airport is a long way from Manhattan. My biggest concern would be how well staffed Customs and Immigration are going to be at an airport, that at the moment, only has a few flights a day to 3 places (Philadelphia, Detroit and Florida) - all Domestic Routes.

If Immigration only put on 2 or 3 staff, and a couple of flights arrive at similar times, you will have a long wait getting through US Immigration. Just be prepared - have some drinks and snacks with you, especially if you are with little ones.

From what I read, the plan is put on buses going from the airport to the Port Authority Bus Terminal , which is on 42nd street and 8th Avenue (West Side of Manhattan). Depending where your hotel is, this could be a decent location or a poor location. Fare will be $18 (I do not know if child discounts) one way. The bus will probably wait until it is full before you leave - so I would estimate from when you get your luggage (after your wait at Immigration), you are looking at a good 2 hours to New York.

If you are a family of 4 (2 adults, 2 children under 11) - I would recommend the following: Take a taxi from Stewart to Beacon Train Station (Train is called Metro North - Hudson Line). It's a 13 mile trip, pretty much all motorway and will take 20 minutes. I estimate $3/mile, so around $39 for the trip - that's an estimate though.

The Metro North train will take 90 minutes (of course it will also depend how lucky or unlucky you are with the wait time for the train). Fare is $16 per adult - but they do a FAMILY FARE where children only cost $1 each - so a family of 4 will cost $34. The train will take you to Grand Central Station (a great tourist spot in its own right), which is 34th Street and Park Avenue (East Side of Manhattan).

The train offers a scenic ride, as it follows the Hudson River for the first hour of the journey - sit on the RIGHT SIDE of the train.

There is no special place for luggage on these trains (it's a commuter train) - while the bus will no doubt have storage for luggage underneath - so that is something to consider.

Depending on how much time you are spending in New York - and the time of year you are travelling, it could be worthwhile to spend 1-2 days around the airport area and rent a car. Some very pretty country around these parts - and if you travel in Autumn, the colours of the leaves will be MAGNIFICENT.

If you want to be bold - the Canadian border is only a 4 hour drive heading towards Montreal (another hour) - some great places to visit (Lake George, Saratoga Springs, Lake Champlain). Going another direction, you are about a 6 hour drive to Niagara Falls. Some fabulous country along the way including the Finger Lake Region, which is New York State vineyard country - YEP, they make wine in New York !!

I have not paid attention to the flight times - but typically flights going back to Europe leave early to late evening - please allow ALOT of time to get back to the airport, as you will be travelling during the afternoon/evening commute - if going by bus, the tunnel to get out of New York can be brutal and very slow !! Again if taking the train, think about where you would put luggage on a crowded commuter train.

Something to consider if you are travelling as a group (say 8-10 people) is hiring a limo - it could be say $250, but that is $25 a person - not all that bad actually.
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£69 and people want dropped off at the Statue of Liberty hahahah x

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Waoh
1 Like #2
Prices are amazing. Interesting article about it here:
Sounds like they are trying to set themselves up as the Ryanair of international flights?
http://crankyflier.com/2016/12/19/norwegian-makes-a-risky-choice-to-serve-new-york-city-through-stewart-international-airport/
#3
Good flight times too.
2 Likes #4
GREAT PRICES !!!!!
#5
Also available on their website. Cheers for the heads up :)
#6
The web site wasn't working this morning, glad it's working now
3 Likes #7
Hot hot hot!

Debatable whether I'd be able to get into the country though! X)
#8
These are fantastic deals. Great prices.
#9
not bad for those living in the origin cities i guess. Destination airports are a bit of a faff to get to/from major cities.
2 Likes #10
It's a great price but Stewart International Airport ("New York") to central Manhattan looks like it's nearly two hours by car!
22 Likes #11
£69 and people want dropped off at the Statue of Liberty hahahah x
1 Like #12
one way price Edin - New York £139 and New York Edin £60
#13
It is cheap, but just bear in mind added costs for luggage and seat reservations if you need them. Mind you, half of the 'mainstream' airlines seem to charge for that too these days!
2 Likes #14
spottydog
It's a great price but Stewart International Airport ("New York") to central Manhattan looks like it's nearly two hours by car!

That isn't bad, I've spent that time getting to the nearest supermarket in northern Michigan!
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parvusonus
£69 and people want dropped off at the Statue of Liberty hahahah x

Why would you want to be dropped there? You'd need to catch the boat back to Battery Park.
1 Like #16
Fantastic. Have some heat.
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https://m.youtube.com/watch?v=RyeqeqSNSgQ

Weird. I just posted this but seems to have vanished!

737 Max - enjoy your flight!
#18
amazing.

*Extremely limited offer. Subject to availability. Book by 24 February 22:59 GMT. This offer is based on the lowest one-way fare incl. taxes and charges on selected flights. Restrictions & baggage charges may apply. For flights from EDI use promo code NONSTOPUSA. Availability correct as of 21 February 2017.

Fly Belfast (BFS) to New York/Newburgh between Jul 2017 – Feb 2018 (300 Seats)
Fly Belfast (BFS) to Boston/Providence (PVD) between Jul 2017 - September 2017 (100 Seats)
Fly Edinburgh (EDI) to New York/Newburgh between Jul 2017 – Feb 2018 (650 Seats)(650 Seats)
Fly Edinburgh (EDI) to Boston/Providence (PVD) between Jul 2017 – Feb 2018 (410 Seats)
Fly Edinburgh (EDI) to Boston/Providence (PVD) between Jul 2017 – Feb 2018 (410 Seats)

Cant see availability in 2018 :-(
1 Like #19
I'd say if you're looking to go to the low price destinations then don't wait too long on booking.
I honestly can't see them holding these prices, it's ridiculous.
#20
Belfast flights are no longer these prices
#21
Had a look earlier on, once you add bags, and getting to/from airports you really dont want to be at you might as well get a cheapo thomas cook out of MAN straight to JFK/BOS.
#22
I got excited and tried to look up flights from Belfast.... all coming in at almost £500 return for July and August.
1 Like #23
Omg, thank you, booked it for Edinburgh to New York for October, £178 for two includes extra leg room seats. That's one way as I'm planning a bit of an adventure, we'll come home via vegas hopefully.



Edited By: Triker on Feb 23, 2017 14:24
#24
booked thanks op
1 Like #25
Triker
Omg, thank you, booked it for Edinburgh to New York for October, £178 for two includes extra leg room seats. That's one way as I'm planning a bit of an adventure, we'll come home via vegas hopefully.

Are the States OK with no return ticket, a lot of country's wont let you in without a return booked.
1 Like #26
Got two return flights from Belfast to Boston/Providence in September for £273 return! bargain!
1 Like #27
Betty.Swollocks
I got excited and tried to look up flights from Belfast.... all coming in at almost £500 return for July and August.
I did find some cheaper flights in December, so just booked 2 returns from Belfast, with a suitcase each way. £333

My wife always wanted to go Christmas shopping in New York.... so I'm sending her with her sister!

Edited By: Betty.Swollocks on Feb 23, 2017 14:55
#28
2 weeks in NYC from Belfast £160 pp
http://i.imgur.com/ZtMMXyM.png

Edited By: niceroundpound on Feb 23, 2017 15:05
#29
Great deal if you live near one of the airporta. For me nothing from Bristol or Birmingham so it's worth spending the 150 quid extra to get something from those straight to an NYC airport.
#30
kudos1uk
Triker
Omg, thank you, booked it for Edinburgh to New York for October, £178 for two includes extra leg room seats. That's one way as I'm planning a bit of an adventure, we'll come home via vegas hopefully.
Are the States OK with no return ticket, a lot of country's wont let you in without a return booked.

We'll have a return from Vegas though :)
#31
kudos1uk
Triker
Omg, thank you, booked it for Edinburgh to New York for October, £178 for two includes extra leg room seats. That's one way as I'm planning a bit of an adventure, we'll come home via vegas hopefully.
Are the States OK with no return ticket, a lot of country's wont let you in without a return booked.
When I flew to Fort Lauderdale with Norwegian last year they wanted to see proof of a return flight when I checked in here, for some reason it didn't show on their system but fortunately I had a printout of the booking.
Not all airlines bother to check though, and I've never been asked for proof of a return ticket on arrival in the US, though it is a condition of the Visa Waiver Program, which is what most people enter the US under.
#32
Gutted, they had £69 on 30/12/17 £60 return on 05/01/18 cant book till later today and its gone now :(
That would have been an ideal NYE and it was on my screen booohooo
#33
The extras make them not so great, good headline though. I'd rather the convenience of a direct to JFK/Newark for the £300 mark but awesome for those from those cities and willing to travel.
#34
These only seem worth the saving if you're interested in staying in Rhode Island, Connecticut, upstate New York, etc. I would definitely have loved these cheaaaap options when I previously had family only an hour away from Hartford!
1 Like #35
Amazing prices, when they announced them ages ago I thought it was would just be $69 from the US but more for the first leg. Shocked to see £69 each way.
Airports are a bit of a pain but lovely part of the States anyway, and really not that far from NY or Boston. I've no qualms of not having the extras expected on the traditional airlines. Can always pack some wraps and snacks etc before flying or buy a prepared meal in the airport.
#36
Good for shopping trips, not too far from Woodbury Common, that's if the pound ever recovers enough to make shopping like it used to be
1 Like #37
from edi only seems £69 flight on return.

decent price, but I prefer Thomas cook if a cheap price comes along they often do promotions £199 boston or £299 san Fancisco that includes bags or meals, plus atol protected the flights.

great if you just want to go for a weekend with hand luggage though
#38
sometimes on some airlines the one way ticket can be as much as a return for Thomas cook not bad on one way rentals
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barneyonion
Prices are amazing. Interesting article about it here:
Sounds like they are trying to set themselves up as the Ryanair of international flights?
http://crankyflier.com/2016/12/19/norwegian-makes-a-risky-choice-to-serve-new-york-city-through-stewart-international-airport/



Erm, last time I looked RyanAir did international flights.
#40
I can't find anywhere near these prices for Edinburgh.

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