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London-Gatwick - New York-John F Kennedy flights Norwegian air shuttle direct half term £179.00

£179.00 @ Norwegian Air Shuttle ASA
London-Gatwick New York-John F Kennedy Direct Duration: 8h 20m The 787 Dreamliner
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London-Gatwick
New York-John F Kennedy

Direct
Duration: 8h 20m

The 787 Dreamliner
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#1
One way?
#2
Yeah one way
11 Likes #3
yeah you have to swim back :)
#5
Henlans
yeah you have to swim back :)
X)
#6
buyer beware November 2015, 3 hours 7 minutes delayed outbound December 2016 4 hours 50 minutes delayed inbound home wouldn't fly with them again
#7
Hot hot hot
4 Likes #8
chriscundall
buyer beware November 2015, 3 hours 7 minutes delayed outbound December 2016 4 hours 50 minutes delayed inbound home wouldn't fly with them again

The Dreamliner fleet is the youngest in the world, JFK is notorious for being horrendous to fly in and out of. There's a whole host of reasons airlines pick up delays and won't have any coloration as to the price you pay for your ticket. But by all means, head off to Heathrow and pay a lot more for your seat and pick up the same delay with BA.
#9
toilet seat
3 Likes #10
chriscundall
buyer beware November 2015, 3 hours 7 minutes delayed outbound December 2016 4 hours 50 minutes delayed inbound home wouldn't fly with them again
Hate pax like you. A first class ticket with Emirates to JFK in bad weather isn't going to make the plane land. Most delays isn't really the airlines fault. If the plane isn't flying, they aren't making money. Companies do not want delays as well.
#11
chriscundall
buyer beware November 2015, 3 hours 7 minutes delayed outbound December 2016 4 hours 50 minutes delayed inbound home wouldn't fly with them again
You know you can claim for your 4 hour delay though?
#12
chriscundall
buyer beware November 2015, 3 hours 7 minutes delayed outbound December 2016 4 hours 50 minutes delayed inbound home wouldn't fly with them again


I was stranded for 3 nights at Gatwick finally flying out at 4am. Our Norwegian Dreamliner developed a fuel leak and they had nothing for days to fly us out
#13
scameron77
chriscundall
buyer beware November 2015, 3 hours 7 minutes delayed outbound December 2016 4 hours 50 minutes delayed inbound home wouldn't fly with them again
The Dreamliner fleet is the youngest in the world, JFK is notorious for being horrendous to fly in and out of. There's a whole host of reasons airlines pick up delays and won't have any coloration as to the price you pay for your ticket. But by all means, head off to Heathrow and pay a lot more for your seat and pick up the same delay with BA.

Flown into JFK several times. Never had a problem except long lines at immigration one time before the automated machines. It's fine.

Besides, it's an airport - you're not going there to stay. If that's the airport you'd have to fly to in order to experience New York, then absolutely fly into JFK and don't give it a second thought. New York, IMHO, is fantastic and worth flying into any airport for.
1 Like #14
schnide
scameron77
chriscundall
buyer beware November 2015, 3 hours 7 minutes delayed outbound December 2016 4 hours 50 minutes delayed inbound home wouldn't fly with them again
The Dreamliner fleet is the youngest in the world, JFK is notorious for being horrendous to fly in and out of. There's a whole host of reasons airlines pick up delays and won't have any coloration as to the price you pay for your ticket. But by all means, head off to Heathrow and pay a lot more for your seat and pick up the same delay with BA.
Flown into JFK several times. Never had a problem except long lines at immigration one time before the automated machines. It's fine.
Besides, it's an airport - you're not going there to stay. If that's the airport you'd have to fly to in order to experience New York, then absolutely fly into JFK and don't give it a second thought. New York, IMHO, is fantastic and worth flying into any airport for.

I wholeheartedly agree with you. I wasn't addressing JFK as a destination or resort, I was addressing it as an airline pilot which I've experienced a 3.5 hour taxi from touchdown to getting on stand.

#micdrop
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scameron77
schnide
scameron77
chriscundall
buyer beware November 2015, 3 hours 7 minutes delayed outbound December 2016 4 hours 50 minutes delayed inbound home wouldn't fly with them again
The Dreamliner fleet is the youngest in the world, JFK is notorious for being horrendous to fly in and out of. There's a whole host of reasons airlines pick up delays and won't have any coloration as to the price you pay for your ticket. But by all means, head off to Heathrow and pay a lot more for your seat and pick up the same delay with BA.
Flown into JFK several times. Never had a problem except long lines at immigration one time before the automated machines. It's fine.
Besides, it's an airport - you're not going there to stay. If that's the airport you'd have to fly to in order to experience New York, then absolutely fly into JFK and don't give it a second thought. New York, IMHO, is fantastic and worth flying into any airport for.
I wholeheartedly agree with you. I wasn't addressing JFK as a destination or resort, I was addressing it as an airline pilot which I've experienced a 3.5 hour taxi from touchdown to getting on stand.
#micdrop

I misread your post in that case and I apologise. Have a great Boxing Day!
1 Like #16
if you wont cheap ticktets. I ve had two free return flights with the airline all fully claimed and refunded as airline Fault. However wont be flying with them again as I said buyer be ware!
#17
dawyldthing
chriscundall
buyer beware November 2015, 3 hours 7 minutes delayed outbound December 2016 4 hours 50 minutes delayed inbound home wouldn't fly with them again
You know you can claim for your 4 hour delay though?
i got $250 euros from a 5 hour delay for easyjet
#18
chriscundall
buyer beware November 2015, 3 hours 7 minutes delayed outbound December 2016 4 hours 50 minutes delayed inbound home wouldn't fly with them again


That's great! I like delays - you can get money back if that's airlines fault
#19
You can get cheap return flights to New York from Oslo. Ryanair flights only like £20 return from Stansted. Not for everyone I know but just a heads up.
#21
Lol why put the one way price in to make it look better. We obviously need return tickets too
#22
Cold. Virgin is cheaper return. Plus you get luggage, food (they feed you a lot on that route!), free seating reservation if you're a flying club member and fly from Heathrow which is easier to get for most of the country!

Edited By: Biioniic11 on Jan 03, 2017 14:01

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