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Return Iberia and BA summer flights to Los Angeles £254.00

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£254.00 @ Iberia
Return Iberia flights for around £250 to LAX from Paris in the summer only. Eurostar is only £60 return if you book in advance. BA are also doing a similar deal leaving Paris to LAX via London so
Return Iberia flights for around £250 to LAX from Paris in the summer only. Eurostar is only £60 return if you book in advance. BA are also doing a similar deal leaving Paris to LAX via London so
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adi0604
BA avoid!
I fly two long hauls with BA every year. They are cheap and very good. I got return flights LHR to BKK for me and my 9 month old kid for £480. Seems a good price for direct flights.
Banged up fleet, staff almost on strike, arrogant management. Enough reasons to avoid for some anyways.
You have more money than me. The next cheapest direct flight was £350 more with Thai. I could fly with Cathay -who are excellent- for about the same money but the 11 hour stopovers in HK -I brought an airbed last time and found a quiet spot- are just not worth it by myself let alone with an infant. A good thing about BA is you can buy an extra luggage allowance for £70. Other airlines charge $10 a kilo! When I return east I always have at least 40kgs. Not a problem this time as the baby gets a full luggage allowance.
BA customer service is excellent and even called me back to Vietnam when I had to amend a booking; now that is customer service!
I have travelled to 33 countries in 5 continents, some of them many times over, while there are better airlines, Eva, Cathay, Thai and some others BA are far from the worst and amongst the cheapest for the route I now travel. Also, they are based in Europe so if they bump you or delay a flight you get the European compensation. Jet tried to deny me boarding on 3 out of four flights one time. One of the flights was a connector in Mumbai when they had just flown me in from Katmandu, all because they thought my passport was too scruffy. Iberia tried to deny me boarding on a flight from Bogota to LHR as I didn't have a visa in my Irish passport for the UK!!! I should have let them do it and then taken them to the cleaners. Yes, I know Iberia and BA are the same company, but very different attitudes.
I agree - we always fly BA if we can (which incidentally works quite well as they're almost always the cheapest by far, if you use a little creativity in routes), and as you say with Iberia, we've found exactly the same with American Airlines. Absolutely not a patch on BA for the service. I know other airlines are probably better, but for the Orlando/LA/New York school holiday runs that we do, we can't beat BA! Flying with Finnair this year to Miami on a BA codeshare, so that'll be something new to try - fingers crossed!
For a USA virgin, hoping to visit California later this year, can you give any recommendations for cheap flights? Probably outside of school holidays for 10 days or so.
It all depends on the dates, where you want to fly from/to, how many people, and how much messing you're prepared to do. We got £300 flights to LA over Easter school holidays last year by starting in Copenhagen, whereas this year have paid a few quid extra to go with Air New Zealand direct from Heathrow.
Skyscanner is your best friend for this - just keep plugging away with different dates and destinations, try the 'whole month' calendar (although it's not as accurate) and if you don't mind messing around, try starting the flight in OSL, DUB, ARN, APH, TXL, DUS, AMS, HAM, BRU - you need to start the flight at the origin on the ticket, but it's usually easy to ditch if you end up with a connection in Heathrow on the way home, as discussed above.
Thanks for that. I have been using SkyScanner already, so I am happy that you back that up. I am going from Manchester, in late May. I have found direct flights for £450, over a 10 day period, which seems ok.

Yes, that sounds on the money, anything under £500 for direct is a decent price. Get looking on Hotwire for cheap hotels and Groupon.com for any attractions you're looking to visit over there!
panddda
poinsy
panddda
fish323
adi0604
fish323
adi0604
BA avoid!
I fly two long hauls with BA every year. They are cheap and very good. I got return flights LHR to BKK for me and my 9 month old kid for £480. Seems a good price for direct flights.
Banged up fleet, staff almost on strike, arrogant management. Enough reasons to avoid for some anyways.
You have more money than me. The next cheapest direct flight was £350 more with Thai. I could fly with Cathay -who are excellent- for about the same money but the 11 hour stopovers in HK -I brought an airbed last time and found a quiet spot- are just not worth it by myself let alone with an infant. A good thing about BA is you can buy an extra luggage allowance for £70. Other airlines charge $10 a kilo! When I return east I always have at least 40kgs. Not a problem this time as the baby gets a full luggage allowance.
BA customer service is excellent and even called me back to Vietnam when I had to amend a booking; now that is customer service!
I have travelled to 33 countries in 5 continents, some of them many times over, while there are better airlines, Eva, Cathay, Thai and some others BA are far from the worst and amongst the cheapest for the route I now travel. Also, they are based in Europe so if they bump you or delay a flight you get the European compensation. Jet tried to deny me boarding on 3 out of four flights one time. One of the flights was a connector in Mumbai when they had just flown me in from Katmandu, all because they thought my passport was too scruffy. Iberia tried to deny me boarding on a flight from Bogota to LHR as I didn't have a visa in my Irish passport for the UK!!! I should have let them do it and then taken them to the cleaners. Yes, I know Iberia and BA are the same company, but very different attitudes.
I agree - we always fly BA if we can (which incidentally works quite well as they're almost always the cheapest by far, if you use a little creativity in routes), and as you say with Iberia, we've found exactly the same with American Airlines. Absolutely not a patch on BA for the service. I know other airlines are probably better, but for the Orlando/LA/New York school holiday runs that we do, we can't beat BA! Flying with Finnair this year to Miami on a BA codeshare, so that'll be something new to try - fingers crossed!
For a USA virgin, hoping to visit California later this year, can you give any recommendations for cheap flights? Probably outside of school holidays for 10 days or so.
It all depends on the dates, where you want to fly from/to, how many people, and how much messing you're prepared to do. We got £300 flights to LA over Easter school holidays last year by starting in Copenhagen, whereas this year have paid a few quid extra to go with Air New Zealand direct from Heathrow.
Skyscanner is your best friend for this - just keep plugging away with different dates and destinations, try the 'whole month' calendar (although it's not as accurate) and if you don't mind messing around, try starting the flight in OSL, DUB, ARN, APH, TXL, DUS, AMS, HAM, BRU - you need to start the flight at the origin on the ticket, but it's usually easy to ditch if you end up with a connection in Heathrow on the way home, as discussed above.
Thanks for that. I have been using SkyScanner already, so I am happy that you back that up. I am going from Manchester, in late May. I have found direct flights for £450, over a 10 day period, which seems ok.
poinsy
panddda
fish323
adi0604
fish323
adi0604
BA avoid!
I fly two long hauls with BA every year. They are cheap and very good. I got return flights LHR to BKK for me and my 9 month old kid for £480. Seems a good price for direct flights.
Banged up fleet, staff almost on strike, arrogant management. Enough reasons to avoid for some anyways.
You have more money than me. The next cheapest direct flight was £350 more with Thai. I could fly with Cathay -who are excellent- for about the same money but the 11 hour stopovers in HK -I brought an airbed last time and found a quiet spot- are just not worth it by myself let alone with an infant. A good thing about BA is you can buy an extra luggage allowance for £70. Other airlines charge $10 a kilo! When I return east I always have at least 40kgs. Not a problem this time as the baby gets a full luggage allowance.
BA customer service is excellent and even called me back to Vietnam when I had to amend a booking; now that is customer service!
I have travelled to 33 countries in 5 continents, some of them many times over, while there are better airlines, Eva, Cathay, Thai and some others BA are far from the worst and amongst the cheapest for the route I now travel. Also, they are based in Europe so if they bump you or delay a flight you get the European compensation. Jet tried to deny me boarding on 3 out of four flights one time. One of the flights was a connector in Mumbai when they had just flown me in from Katmandu, all because they thought my passport was too scruffy. Iberia tried to deny me boarding on a flight from Bogota to LHR as I didn't have a visa in my Irish passport for the UK!!! I should have let them do it and then taken them to the cleaners. Yes, I know Iberia and BA are the same company, but very different attitudes.
I agree - we always fly BA if we can (which incidentally works quite well as they're almost always the cheapest by far, if you use a little creativity in routes), and as you say with Iberia, we've found exactly the same with American Airlines. Absolutely not a patch on BA for the service. I know other airlines are probably better, but for the Orlando/LA/New York school holiday runs that we do, we can't beat BA! Flying with Finnair this year to Miami on a BA codeshare, so that'll be something new to try - fingers crossed!
For a USA virgin, hoping to visit California later this year, can you give any recommendations for cheap flights? Probably outside of school holidays for 10 days or so.

It all depends on the dates, where you want to fly from/to, how many people, and how much messing you're prepared to do. We got £300 flights to LA over Easter school holidays last year by starting in Copenhagen, whereas this year have paid a few quid extra to go with Air New Zealand direct from Heathrow.
Skyscanner is your best friend for this - just keep plugging away with different dates and destinations, try the 'whole month' calendar (although it's not as accurate) and if you don't mind messing around, try starting the flight in OSL, DUB, ARN, APH, TXL, DUS, AMS, HAM, BRU - you need to start the flight at the origin on the ticket, but it's usually easy to ditch if you end up with a connection in Heathrow on the way home, as discussed above.
panddda
fish323
adi0604
fish323
adi0604
BA avoid!
I fly two long hauls with BA every year. They are cheap and very good. I got return flights LHR to BKK for me and my 9 month old kid for £480. Seems a good price for direct flights.
Banged up fleet, staff almost on strike, arrogant management. Enough reasons to avoid for some anyways.
You have more money than me. The next cheapest direct flight was £350 more with Thai. I could fly with Cathay -who are excellent- for about the same money but the 11 hour stopovers in HK -I brought an airbed last time and found a quiet spot- are just not worth it by myself let alone with an infant. A good thing about BA is you can buy an extra luggage allowance for £70. Other airlines charge $10 a kilo! When I return east I always have at least 40kgs. Not a problem this time as the baby gets a full luggage allowance.
BA customer service is excellent and even called me back to Vietnam when I had to amend a booking; now that is customer service!
I have travelled to 33 countries in 5 continents, some of them many times over, while there are better airlines, Eva, Cathay, Thai and some others BA are far from the worst and amongst the cheapest for the route I now travel. Also, they are based in Europe so if they bump you or delay a flight you get the European compensation. Jet tried to deny me boarding on 3 out of four flights one time. One of the flights was a connector in Mumbai when they had just flown me in from Katmandu, all because they thought my passport was too scruffy. Iberia tried to deny me boarding on a flight from Bogota to LHR as I didn't have a visa in my Irish passport for the UK!!! I should have let them do it and then taken them to the cleaners. Yes, I know Iberia and BA are the same company, but very different attitudes.
I agree - we always fly BA if we can (which incidentally works quite well as they're almost always the cheapest by far, if you use a little creativity in routes), and as you say with Iberia, we've found exactly the same with American Airlines. Absolutely not a patch on BA for the service. I know other airlines are probably better, but for the Orlando/LA/New York school holiday runs that we do, we can't beat BA! Flying with Finnair this year to Miami on a BA codeshare, so that'll be something new to try - fingers crossed!
For a USA virgin, hoping to visit California later this year, can you give any recommendations for cheap flights? Probably outside of school holidays for 10 days or so.
bogof1
Link doesn't work, misleading title and you've nicked the deal from a different site without giving credit. Very poor


​Are you always this much of an ****? It's a good deal! A title should be short enough to get you interested, then you click it and read more about it.
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Cheap Direct Flights - Heathrow to New York (July 2016) £326.00 @ Iberia

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£326.00 @ Iberia
Just booked a return flight from Heathrow to JFK in July (flying American Airlines) for £326 return.
Just booked a return flight from Heathrow to JFK in July (flying American Airlines) for £326 return.
alicevictoriay Avatar10m, 3w agoFound 10 months, 3 weeks ago7 Comments
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Well done those that succeeded!
Thank you so much!! We have been holding on for flights for the summer and booked earlier for 4 of us for £1397 direct, over a thousand pound cheaper than i almost booked at the weekend.

So happy, we booked 5th July - 12th August earlier tonight. I just came on to check the deal and say thanks.
I tried to book with Iberia but the price jumped during booking, luckily i had my husband on Opodo's site and managed to book with them for £100 more. Summer on the North Folk sorted, again, thank you very much :)


Edited By: lisaloo on Apr 05, 2016 21:37
No, it was for quite a few dates. Just checked again and they have now put the rates back up, so will expire this deal. Seems like I got lucky. I was notified by the Hopper app - really pleased that I used it!!
must be certain dates, i cannot find it
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Iberia Express flights from Heathrow (T5) to Tenerife in August School Holidays - incl 23kg luggage from €190 (­£142.00) Example dates 20th Aug- 30th Aug

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Unbelievably cheap flights from Heathrow (T5) to Tenerife in the school holidays. Flying with Iberia Express.. Register free for Club express for this price Total price €190.27 which equates t…
Unbelievably cheap flights from Heathrow (T5) to Tenerife in the school holidays. Flying with Iberia Express.. Register free for Club express for this price Total price €190.27 which equates t…
chelseafan6969 Avatar2y, 3w agoFound 2 years, 3 weeks ago12 Comments
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Haven't had a look yet. Will PM you once I get a chance. It must be within 'Manage your account' I would think
Same mate.. Mine is too, so only times we can go.... How do you enter the API.?
I know!! Its mental. I was so happy when I found it as my girlfriend is a teacher and it usually costs a bomb!!
I can't believe this has not gone viral... As return flights from Heathrow to Tenerife August school holidays for under £130 each... Usually about £350 to £500 min...
Do you know how you sort out that API problem as its asks for visa info etc.
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Iberia Price Glitch for Return flights to Tenerife in August ~ £112.00 inc hold baggage

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£112.00 @ Iberia
Not sure if it will be honoured, but there seems to be some sort of glitch booking flights from Heathrow to Tenerife through Iberia Express. Looking at 11/08 - 20/08, direct return flights are coming…
Not sure if it will be honoured, but there seems to be some sort of glitch booking flights from Heathrow to Tenerife through Iberia Express. Looking at 11/08 - 20/08, direct return flights are coming…
LavenderGooms Avatar2y, 3w agoFound 2 years, 3 weeks ago11 Comments
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I called and my flights are confirmed.
I was looking around on their website for something like that, so that's good to see!
Only hope it sticks and they don't turn round saying that the agreed fare didn't add up or something...
This from their website:

Honour the agreed fare after payment.
Once you have purchased the ticket, the fare relating to the selected date, flight and class of service will not be subject to increase.
However, any modification to the ticket price which is due to regulatory changes governing relevant charges or taxes, will result in an additional payment or refund.
Go to skyscanner and the prices throughout August are similar
Absolute bargain. Booked and paid £382 for 3 of us after exhange rate. From LHR T5 in august, this could have easily been 3 times that. Thanks so much
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Cheap flights to Rio de Janeiro £575.00 @ iberia

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£575.00 @ Iberia
Cheap flights to Rio!!! Just booked for £575...LHR to Madrid to Rio... I think this is cheap compared with BA etc over £750+
Cheap flights to Rio!!! Just booked for £575...LHR to Madrid to Rio... I think this is cheap compared with BA etc over £750+
pavrai Avatar3y, 10m agoFound 3 years, 10 months ago7 Comments
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My dates were fixed so I have to travel then; but thank you for the info mrkritt and husain...I do know it's cheaper if you transit through a different airport and also return to a different airport...but too much hassle for the £70 or so I was saving plus I live in central London and LHR is the most convenient to get to and from...but many thanks...
I paid £500 with Lufthansa from Birmingham stopping in Frankfurt
BA and iberia merged awhile back,there have been deals around £300 with open jaw flights posted on here through holiday pirates then theres a £60-70 one-way extra ticket to book to madrid/milan etc,so not a fantastic price,i paid £500 five years ago with TAP lon-lisbon,lisbon-rio,great thing was only about 90 people on the lis-rio legs going and coming back there was actually empty rows of 4 seats,could'nt believe it,even lon-lisbon flights 40-50% full,i thought with so few on the rio leg they would of cancelled the flights,
Website still isn't loading for me so I'll check that later, thanks for the extra information!
Hi nodham...I booked to go on Fri 3rd May to Mon 13th May...when you go on the website it is clearer because they have the prices for each day of the month on a spreadsheet...Enjoy!!! Rio is my favourite place in the world...
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Fly to Argentina with Iberia from Milan for £360.00 return including taxes and fees (saving over £400 on best Heathrow price)

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£360.00 @ Iberia
£423.50 cheaper than BA's cheapest price from Heathrow for the dates I booked. Against: you have to get to Milan. Say another £60 by one of the low-cost carriers, and another day at the beginning…
£423.50 cheaper than BA's cheapest price from Heathrow for the dates I booked. Against: you have to get to Milan. Say another £60 by one of the low-cost carriers, and another day at the beginning…
sylv Avatar4y, 1m agoFound 4 years, 1 month ago21 Comments
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Just back from this trip. Had a great time. 8)
madwizzer
Hey Cundall, where did you find these flights from Peru back to London? Very interested in going to Brazil and peru. Can you post a link please? Do you have any idea if you can extend your stopover in Sao Paulo for the same price?
You should get out less...mostly all gone
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Hey Cundall, where did you find these flights from Peru back to London? Very interested in going to Brazil and peru. Can you post a link please? Do you have any idea if you can extend your stopover in Sao Paulo for the same price?
Just wanna say thanks to everyone who posts these travel deals. I'm always looking for somewhere new to go and it's a real hassle finding them sometimes. If I went to Argentina, I'd just pretend to be Italian or something.
Agreed about the Argentines, 99.99% of the people are briliant, a few wear Malvinas t-shirts and won't entertain the brits bit they don't really say anything. The Argentine economy is bad at the moment and the president is making it worse. That aside, Buenos Aires is class, i'd strongly say to it's a place i'm glad i have been and would encourage others to visit. The area's of Boca, Palermo are great, the steak is amazing, so is the red wine, ice cream, empanadas and chimichurri. Not all together by the way. This can all be reviewed on the net anyways. Mendoza is also great and a trip into the Andes is a must. Next time i go i want to visit Patagonia. However, my brother in law is leaving Argentina to go to Peru for work so next time i go to South America that will be my destination!