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I had a quick look at this site and found flights June onwards for £129 from London to New York. That seems like a good offer to me at a usually busy time of the year? Worth a look anyway if you are wanting to go to the Big Apple - you may find flights to suit you - dates and airports.
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#1
Is that one way though?
#2
Must be, i got £500 for a return.
#3
Cheapest return is £138, although dates are fairly limited. Still, return trip from Gatwick to New York for £267 isn't bad.
#4
bma1445
Cheapest return is £138, although dates are fairly limited. Still, return trip from Gatwick to New York for £267 isn't bad.


So cheapest 'return' is actually £267 then? :?
#5
Delta usually about £250 return in June, Ive been for the last 4 years & most I paid was £266 return in June
#6
macca30
Delta usually about £250 return in June, Ive been for the last 4 years & most I paid was £266 return in June


Would be interesting to see if you could do it this year. Just looked random dates in June Delta flight to NY, tax alone was £214.00pp total £389
We goto to Florida upto 4 times a year, flight approx 50% up on previous years. For August usualy pay around £500, this year Virgin started around £700, peaking at £1,300, indirect hasn't been much cheaper.
#7
Newark airport? Any good?
#8
risheet
Newark airport? Any good?


Little further out of the centre than JFK, but not bad at all.
#9
risheet
Newark airport? Any good?


Would prefer Newark - the security is the unfriendliest we'd ever come across at JFK, and not far out at all..really easy to get into the city.
#10
can't book beyond August....
#11
Need to go to New York in September, but this deal expires end August :(

Any other recommondations for cheapish flights from either Gatwick or Heathrown prererably?
#12
goodgrr
Little further out of the centre than JFK, but not bad at all.

Its actually closer time wise and equally far away. I always recommend Newark over the other two for international flights.
#13
The dates I've checked prices coming up at around £500.
#14
asters
Would be interesting to see if you could do it this year. Just looked random dates in June Delta flight to NY, tax alone was £214.00pp total £389
We goto to Florida upto 4 times a year, flight approx 50% up on previous years. For August usualy pay around £500, this year Virgin started around £700, peaking at £1,300, indirect hasn't been much cheaper.


The increase in flight prices is again down to the government. APD (Air Passenger Duty = Tax) increased again in November 2009.

Wikipedia entry here

And anyway, does anybody REALLY trust an Icelandic company with our cash? I for one don't after the banking fiasco!
#15
Yeah, cause BA are so reliable....
#16
This is a good deal but i fear i will never beat the deal i got about 4 years ago when i got a return flight from Gatwick with 2 nights st a 4 star in downtown New York for £161 :-D
That included a token collect from a paper which i think was the Times, so effectively add on about another tenner as i didn't actually read the paper but that was an awesome deal. Just hope that kind of thing comes round again .
#17
steamroller
Its actually closer time wise and equally far away. I always recommend Newark over the other two for international flights.


I stand corrected, always felt further when I've done the two, must have hit bad traffic.
#18
I find Newark airport is good for getting into Manhattan . I usually take the NJ Transit train.
#19
The passengers might have to have a whip round to buy the fuel though.
#20
we travelled on the bus from newark to port authority. really good regular and fast service to Manhatten. reasonably priced as well. enjoy i head to NY a week tomorrow. good theatre tickets on broadwaybox.com
#21
gerard1983
Yeah, cause BA are so reliable....


But at least with BA you'd get either rebooked or your money back!
And anyway, the strikes don't seem to be effecting flights that much...over 80% flew during the last lot of strikes...that number will be even higher with any future strikes!
#22
There is no more risk than buying a ticket with B.A.
All flights are quaranteed or your money back and as it is online I think you must pay with a card.
That means if the company goes bust or doesn't provide the goods you get the money back from the bank.
So all this," better off with B.A". is a load of twaddle.
Are you a striker then??
#23
darren9030;8268781
This is a good deal but i fear i will never beat the deal i got about 4 years ago when i got a return flight from Gatwick with 2 nights st a 4 star in downtown New York for £161 :-D
That included a token collect from a paper which i think was the Times, so effectively add on about another tenner as i didn't actually read the paper but that was an awesome deal. Just hope that kind of thing comes round again .
#24
darren9030;8268781
This is a good deal but i fear i will never beat the deal i got about 4 years ago when i got a return flight from Gatwick with 2 nights st a 4 star in downtown New York for £161 :-D
That included a token collect from a paper which i think was the Times, so effectively add on about another tenner as i didn't actually read the paper but that was an awesome deal. Just hope that kind of thing comes round again .


this time last year i went for £150 anybody else (remember they forgot to add on teh tax) got upgraded to business class on way back too!!
#25
Might book up and send our lass to New York on a one way flight:whistling:pleased she would never read this lol :-D
#26
Prices on the flights have gone up because of the weak pound against the dollar atm.

Frustrating really!
#27
Who's trying to nick my identity?

I'll get Ingrid to sort you out.
#28
I've been to New York 6 times since 1999 (went up the Twin Towers before the attack).

Cheapest trip was February 2002 with BA and it cost £97.50.
Next cheapest was last year and cost £140 (courtesy of HotUKDeals) with KLM/Northwest Airlines booked through the Australian Expedia website.
I don't expect to see prices that cheap again.

Our first few trips we flew to JFK, but recent trips have been to Newark and we much prefer Newark.
The bus ride to Manhattan is half an hour and much less hassle at the airport.


Last September on a return flight from Miami (stopping at Newark) we had a 6 hour wait between connecting flights, so we took the Express Bus at Newark to Times Square, did a little sightseeing and shopping, had something nice to eat and then made it back on time for our flight back to Manchester.

Luckily, I've got 22,000 Airmiles (from exchanging Clubcard vouchers last month and getting double miles for a limited period) and will be funding a few flights with them.
#29
CKBhuna
The increase in flight prices is again down to the government. APD (Air Passenger Duty = Tax) increased again in November 2009.

Wikipedia entry here

And anyway, does anybody REALLY trust an Icelandic company with our cash? I for one don't after the banking fiasco!


On that basis I'm surprised that you'd trust a British company. The only difference is that our Government bailed out our banks with our taxes..you know the taxes that you seem to be having a dig at. :whistling:
#30
CKBhuna
The increase in flight prices is again down to the government. APD (Air Passenger Duty = Tax) increased again in November 2009.

Wikipedia entry here

And anyway, does anybody REALLY trust an Icelandic company with our cash? I for one don't after the banking fiasco!


yup I lost over £10k... and got 100% compensation from the gov. Will think twice before flying with an iceland airline... especially as non iceland country airlines are struggling anyway.
#31
CKBhuna
The increase in flight prices is again down to the government. APD (Air Passenger Duty = Tax) increased again in November 2009.

Wikipedia entry here



I make the APD increase to the USA all of £5. That certainly doesn't explain why prices seem so much higher this year. Also the weak pound doesn't really explain a lot - we've travelled to the USA when Dollar/£ rates have varied from 2.15 to 1.09, but this year shows the biggest change in £ fares that I can remember.
#32
IMO Newark is an awful airport.. it's not even in the same state, and costs more to get into Manhattan..

Not convinced this is a great deal..... I've got flights on Delta too for cheaper than most of the prices this is coming up at
#33
M4RKM
IMO Newark is an awful airport.. it's not even in the same state, and costs more to get into Manhattan..

Not convinced this is a great deal..... I've got flights on Delta too for cheaper than most of the prices this is coming up at



Theres very little difference in costs to Manhattan, cabs from newark are cheaper generally and other options are pretty much the same

Regarding distance they are both about 15 miles from Manhattan, not sure what being in a different state has to do with anything. Buffalo airport is in NY state but I sure wouldn't want to fly there to get to Manhattan.
#34
last sunday we managed to book london to new york return with kuwait airlines (27.05-19.06) through skyscanner for £229. available dates were limited though. select a whole month in search.

Hope it will help someone! :thumbsup:
#35
Koston
last sunday we managed to book london to new york return with kuwait airlines (27.05-19.06) through skyscanner. available dates were limited though. select a whole month in search.

Hope it will help someone! :thumbsup:


how much?
#36
Gosh yes, last years deal, doubt if anything will ever beat the KLM deal from last year - flights from Glasgow to NYC and 7 nights in a one bedroom suite for £280 during easter. Go on Expedia.au & KLM, give us another one of them!!!

I stayed near Newark and its really easy and cheap to get in and out of the city. I took a car for 3 days and drove into NYC twice with no congestion and parking was surprisingly easy. Drove out to the Hamptons and up to the outlet Mall - the price of the car hire worked out cheaper than public transport for 5 of us and staying in Newark (next to Jersey Garden Mall) meant we had free parking.
#37
i tried every date in june and the best i could find was £258 one way!

Am i doing something wrong?
#38
snake-hips
how much?


oh sorry!

£229 return
#39
ikran3;8253157
Would prefer Newark - the security is the unfriendliest we'd ever come across at JFK.....................


Just as bad at Newark - and standard across the US. Thoroughly unpleasant attitude towards passengers. Americans aren't exactly the most popular people on the planet, particularly after Bush, but they don't seem to comprehend that. You'd think they could manage to be pleasant to holidaymakers, though - it doesn't hurt, does it?
#40
anydiscount
I make the APD increase to the USA all of £5. That certainly doesn't explain why prices seem so much higher this year. Also the weak pound doesn't really explain a lot - we've travelled to the USA when Dollar/£ rates have varied from 2.15 to 1.09, but this year shows the biggest change in £ fares that I can remember.


If the KLM/Northwest bargain flights from last year are anything to go by then the increase could well be the fuel duty surcharges.

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