Flights to New York directly from London for £149 @ norwegian - HotUKDeals
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Norwegian is launching direct flights to New York, Los Angeles and Florida from Gatwick. starting July 2014. Loads of dates available.

Flying with the new Dreamliner.

Don't forget cashback at 2.5%!

Price is one way.
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aronsimmo
If these had been return, I'd have been excited. But I've seen lower return fares before.

Prices in the past are always particularly helpful for people hoping to travel in the future.............
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smashed
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aronsimmo
If these had been return, I'd have been excited. But I've seen lower return fares before.
Prices in the past are always particularly helpful for people hoping to travel in the future.............
Correct. They are helpful as it lets you know what can be achieved.

Hence the purpose of CamelCamelCamel for Amazon ;)

My nan bought her house in central london for 6k.

Looking at property prices now anyone buying is an idiot.
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New Dreamliner. Mmm. Think I'll pass on that.
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aronsimmo
If these had been return, I'd have been excited. But I've seen lower return fares before.
when? 1995? Isn't the air duty alone 83 quid these days?
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wow just wow! As a school teacher this is heaven! £720 for me and my partner for 2 weeks is unreal. Booked!

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2 Likes #1
One way, £151.70 to come back, and need to add £30 each way for a bag,
banned#2
Each way...
2 Likes #3
Even with the extras included - its tempting at these prices
19 Likes #4
New Dreamliner. Mmm. Think I'll pass on that.
3 Likes #5
If these had been return, I'd have been excited. But I've seen lower return fares before.
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Flashard
New Dreamliner. Mmm. Think I'll pass on that.

You'll be fine - just take your own smoke detector. :p
#7
Baggage is £20 each way if you don't want the Meal with, good price Hot
#8
Bargain. Average price is £900
1 Like #9
This is July aug sept. School hols. Bargain!!!
3 Likes #10
Princesskathmc
Bargain. Average price is £900
Is this a joke, paid £425 return Lufthansa from Manchester (dusseldorf).
Just heading to Central Park and the shops later with my spare change

Our summer holidays is a cheaper time in nyc as it's too hot

Edited By: whatyadoinsucka on Oct 17, 2013 13:10
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aronsimmo
If these had been return, I'd have been excited. But I've seen lower return fares before.
when? 1995? Isn't the air duty alone 83 quid these days?
#12
Shame the Florida flights are the Fort-Lauderdale rather than Orlando - was hoping to do Disney World next year.
#13
Bargain.
Heat
1 Like #14
Good price. Dreamliner. Heat added.
#15
fab deal
1 Like #16
2.5% cashback available via topcashback. Thanks for posting. Good deal. Two minds about whether to go for it...

Edited By: jan81 on Oct 17, 2013 13:25
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dorito
Shame the Florida flights are the Fort-Lauderdale rather than Orlando - was hoping to do Disney World next year.
It's only a couple of hours drive back to Orlando - and I'd rather go through Fort Lauderdale airport than Orlando any day.
#18
Is Fort-Lauderdale far from Orlando? We were hoping to do Disney next year too!
#19
dorito
Shame the Florida flights are the Fort-Lauderdale rather than Orlando - was hoping to do Disney World next year.

About a 3.5 hour drive?
#20
bargain, just want them for now :)
#21
Most I have ever paid for a return flight to USA was £600 this year to Chicago and I have been to almost half the 'states' now.

In terms of Florida, if the saving was good enough I would fly in to Tampa or Fort Lauderdale and drive up to Disney as fuel is dirt cheap and its an easy drive. Have a few days at Disney then a few days at the beach. Clearing immigration and customs are also a much more pleasant experience at Tampa or Fort L than Orlando International.

Last time I did New York was the KLM deal posted here in about 2007 - anyone here remember that? I had 7 nights in NYC, including hotel, for £200 a head. Those were the HUKD days, lol!!
#22
Is Fort-Lauderdale far from Orlando? We were hoping to do Disney next year too!
#23
wow you can actually book a one way fare at that price. Usually they advertise it at that price but only as part of a return.
4 Likes #24
Flashpacking
Good price. Dreamliner. Heat added.

Normally by a smouldering piece of electronics.

But a good price ;)
#25
Is Fort-Lauderdale far from Orlando? We were hoping to do Disney next year too!
#26
Now that site isnt overloaded I note that I cant get a regional flight. Dang. That scuppers me for Florida given the amount of shopping I do. Thats a real shame - would have booked Florida in a split second, but once I added the excess baggage cost from the regional airport it wasn't a saving and the blinkin train to London is dearer than flights.
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aronsimmo
If these had been return, I'd have been excited. But I've seen lower return fares before.

Prices in the past are always particularly helpful for people hoping to travel in the future.............
#28
Drive Orlando to Fort Lauderdale is about 3 and a half hours on the turnpike.
#29
Whatyadoinsucka I was referring to comparable for Florida for school holidays not NY.
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wow just wow! As a school teacher this is heaven! £720 for me and my partner for 2 weeks is unreal. Booked!
#31
Better get in there quick, many only have 2 seats at £179 (Florida) then it goes up to £239 and £269 adding £450 to the cost of a trip for 3!!
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RAFAVDV
aronsimmo
If these had been return, I'd have been excited. But I've seen lower return fares before.

Prices in the past are always particularly helpful for people hoping to travel in the future.............

Can't argue with what you're saying and I know this deal will be great for many looking to visit New York at this time. Just for me personally, I have seen fares a little cheaper with everything included, so as someone who is more of a whimsical buyer, this one isn't for me. I didn't vote, on that basis :)
1 Like #33
An excellent price. Good to see that Norwegian are charging half the return fare for a single and not 90% of it or even more than a return.
#34
Was just looking at LAX flights and the price jumped up £70 :p

Still about £300 cheaper than what I was looking at at £438 all in pp. Touring the west coast again, I can't wait :)

Edited By: adm9147 on Oct 17, 2013 14:19
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RAFAVDV
aronsimmo
If these had been return, I'd have been excited. But I've seen lower return fares before.
Prices in the past are always particularly helpful for people hoping to travel in the future.............
Correct. They are helpful as it lets you know what can be achieved.

Hence the purpose of CamelCamelCamel for Amazon ;)
#36
The best one-way fares really for over Atlantic flights. Wish they were flying to san Diego directly so we don't need to drive from Los Angeles
#37
This is hot. I paid £830 for my virgin atlantic to jfk from heathrow return flight this august.

Edited By: tom6195 on Oct 17, 2013 14:32
#38
Anyone flown Norwegian before?
1 Like #39
You may not need the return flight as this is 'Flying with the new Dreamliner.' 8)
25 Likes #40
smashed
RAFAVDV
aronsimmo
If these had been return, I'd have been excited. But I've seen lower return fares before.
Prices in the past are always particularly helpful for people hoping to travel in the future.............
Correct. They are helpful as it lets you know what can be achieved.

Hence the purpose of CamelCamelCamel for Amazon ;)

My nan bought her house in central london for 6k.

Looking at property prices now anyone buying is an idiot.

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