Manchester to Boston return flights for £199.98 on various dates in May 2017. Incl. 23kg hold, 6kg cabin luggage and inflight meals with Thomas Cook Airlines - HotUKDeals
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Manchester to Boston return flights for £199.98 on various dates in May 2017. Incl. 23kg hold, 6kg cabin luggage and inflight meals with Thomas Cook Airlines

£199.98 @ Thomas Cook Airlines (Fly Thomas Cook)
Fly from Manchester on 9th, 16th, 23rd, 30th May and return on 16th, 23rd, 30th, 6th June (plus a couple of other dates for longer/shorter trips). Outbound flight is 7 hour 10 minutes and return i…
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Fly from Manchester on 9th, 16th, 23rd, 30th May and return on 16th, 23rd, 30th, 6th June (plus a couple of other dates for longer/shorter trips).

Outbound flight is 7 hour 10 minutes and return is 6 hours 20 minutes. Put some examples in the first comment.
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KM4353
didsburydan
KM4353
lol people actually want to go Boston? Crazy.
why wouldn't they?
Well it's sort of like a tourist coming to England to visit Manchester/Liverpool instead of London. Doesn't really make much sense. There's hardly anything to do there. And the people there are the worst/quite rude. There's a reason why tickets to Boston are always so cheap. No one ever wants to go there.
Thats a great comparism, cos theres nothing to do in Manchester/Liverpool. They have nothing going for them, sports wise no teams to watch, music wise - no heritage at all. Where as you can go to London go on the tube avoid eye contact with everyone, stay in over priced hotels, fight congestion everywhere. Its 3 hours from Boston to NY so if you need your fix its easy enough to get there. So it sort of makes sense? There is more to England than London, believe me I have been there, Manchester, Leeds, Birmingham, Exeter, Lake District, York, Skegness

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Edited By: magicjay1986 on Nov 03, 2016 14:06
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Great price including bags!

What is there to do in Boston? curious
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xbox360man
Great price including bags!
What is there to do in Boston? curious

I've not been (always wanted to) but I know from when I went to the States last time it was on our list to visit because of things like Salem (old witch town), Boston Tea Party ships, Fenway Park, loads of museums, Freedom Trail (passes loads of locations significant historically to the USA. These are just the really touristy things to do. I'm sure theres way more to do.
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magicjay1986
xbox360man
Great price including bags!
What is there to do in Boston? curious
I've not been (always wanted to) but I know from when I went to the States last time it was on our list to visit because of things like Salem (old witch town), Boston Tea Party ships, Fenway Park, loads of museums, Freedom Trail (passes loads of locations significant historically to the USA. These are just the really touristy things to do. I'm sure theres way more to do.

Very tempting
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I went to Boston, went whale watching ..........17 bags of sick later never saw a whale. It's more about USA history really I found it mostly boring and I would not go again.


Edited By: PulisOut on Nov 03, 2016 15:13
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PulisOut
I went to Boston, went whale watching ..........17 bags of sick later never saw a whale. It's more about USA history really I found it mostly boring and I would not go again.

Close to booking but cant see much about it
#7
Boston is fantastic - it very much feels like a weird US/UK crossover. Lots of English placenames.
#8
ridiculously good price. so so tempted to book myself a long weekend.
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didsburydan
ridiculously good price. so so tempted to book myself a long weekend.

Middle dates I think had the slightly shorter trips at the same price but generally they're 7 day flights.
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magicjay1986
didsburydan
ridiculously good price. so so tempted to book myself a long weekend.
Middle dates I think had the slightly shorter trips at the same price but generally they're 7 day flights.
when i said long weekend i meant 6-7 days :D

even tempted by 2 weeks and throw in a trip to new york too, only 3-4 hours away

Edited By: didsburydan on Nov 03, 2016 15:50
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didsburydan
magicjay1986
didsburydan
ridiculously good price. so so tempted to book myself a long weekend.
Middle dates I think had the slightly shorter trips at the same price but generally they're 7 day flights.
when i said long weekend i meant 6-7 days :D
even tempted by 2 weeks and throw in a trip to new york too, only 3-4 hours away

Two weeks sounds deal. Its also a 6 day 14 hour walk to Niagra Falls so you might just make your return flight and spend some time watching the Falls.
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Tempting.
Only just over 200 miles to New York and places like Rhode Island etc on route.
Possible to have a little tour over two weeks.
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Would you bother going if you can't drive while over there ? Thanks :) .
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magicjay1986
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Fantastic deal,just booked for wife and me.
Never had a flight to USA at that price! Go get some!X)
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Josh1092
Would you bother going if you can't drive while over there ? Thanks :) .

Make it 3 weeks and get on the Amtrak :) Did Chicago to Memphis on the Amtrak overnight and it was cheaper than a flight and hotel for the night and a great experience. Plus you don't really lose any sightseeing time during the day going overnight this way.
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backinstock
Tempting.
Only just over 200 miles to New York and places like Rhode Island etc on route.
Possible to have a little tour over two weeks.


​Yup around 4 hours drive!

Great prices for flights - heated.
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xbox360man
Great price including bags!

What is there to do in Boston? curious


Watch the Departed. You'll have your answer
#18
booked for 2 weeks. thanks op

great deal and £15.75 topcashback too :)


Edited By: didsburydan on Nov 03, 2016 17:23: gsgaG
#19
Boston is great but traditional accomodation can be very expensive, to the extent that this great flight price still doesn't result in a cheap break. If you're thinking of going to NY, we took the train from Boston and it was a very simple/affordable trip.
#20
Boston is well worth a visit! Especially at these prices! We went same time of year this May and it was lovely! Just to give inspiration, we did a 16 night trip, 2 nights Niagara Falls, 3 nights Toronto, 4 nights Boston and 6 nights NYC. In all honesty, that was a bit tiring! But would highly recommend doing something similar. Book return flights to Boston and do anything east coast USA! Boston and NYC would be great that time of year if you've not been.
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Josh1092
Would you bother going if you can't drive while over there ? Thanks :) .

We stayed the Hilton (not the posh level) outside Boston and got the Bus and train into the city every day. Like almost every country except the UK public transport is run for the public and is on time, clean and comfortable. The only danger is being picked up by the police for Jay walking but if your sensible that shouldn't happen. Best advice is to make sure your check the weather.
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do bear in mind that you are flying with Air Tanker and not Thomas Cook. it is an ex RAF plane and a lot of them don't have seat back entertainment
#23
MonkeyMan90
do bear in mind that you are flying with Air Tanker and not Thomas Cook. it is an ex RAF plane and a lot of them don't have seat back entertainment
at this price that's absolutely fine, i tend to sleep most of the time on long haul flights anyway.
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MonkeyMan90
do bear in mind that you are flying with Air Tanker and not Thomas Cook. it is an ex RAF plane and a lot of them don't have seat back entertainment

sounds like a fun
https://www.flightglobal.com/news/articles/thomas-cook-to-lease-a330-from-airtanker-400698/

http://www.cotswoldlife.co.uk/polopoly_fs/1.3932166.1422364468!/image/image.jpg_gen/derivatives/landscape_630/image.jpg

Edited By: rodman on Nov 03, 2016 19:56: z
#25
Flew to Boston with Thomas Cook last June. Great planes and a fantastic City. Loads to do and very walkable. Like a mini NY
#26
Great deal! With Virgin & BA from Heathrow is over £600!
#27
PulisOut
I went to Boston, went whale watching ..........17 bags of sick later never saw a whale. It's more about USA history really I found it mostly boring and I would not go again.
So where do you like? Boston is one of the better US cities which are mostly generic could be anywhere. Cape cod not far, loads I new england again not far if you get bored of Boston. I lived in the us for a few years and hence seen quiet a lot if it.
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mcrobbj
PulisOut
I went to Boston, went whale watching ..........17 bags of sick later never saw a whale. It's more about USA history really I found it mostly boring and I would not go again.
So where do you like? Boston is one of the better US cities which are mostly generic could be anywhere. Cape cod not far, loads I new england again not far if you get bored of Boston. I lived in the us for a few years and hence seen quiet a lot if it.

I think that was the problem it was too much like a busy uk town but also all the lame stuff about US history got on my tits. I'm hoping to do the train thing from usa to canada one day. But other the Boston I've on been to Florida and Miami and you don't goo to them for the same reasons do you.
#29
Apparently you can get a nice cup of tea there
#30
Very basic rooms start from £550 per couple and you have to pay room tax on top
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meditrina
Very basic rooms start from £550 per couple and you have to pay room tax on top

I've seen a couple of reasonable options on AirBnB. Depends what you're after and locations though I suppose.
#32
I went to Boston for 9 months during the summer in 2003. We lived on Commonwealth Ave just near Boston University. Had a great time. So much to do there. The markets are great. Home of lobster! Go to a baseball match, see Boston celtics play basketball, go to the cheers bar, loads of cruises, Chinatown, Harvard and Boston University. Loads of trips to do Cape Cod, New York.

Contemplating going again at that price!
#33
I need a tour guide to come along and organise all to do's for me lol top flight price though!
#34
It's telling me they don't fly thus route?!
#35
rodman
MonkeyMan90
do bear in mind that you are flying with Air Tanker and not Thomas Cook. it is an ex RAF plane and a lot of them don't have seat back entertainment
sounds like a funhttps://www.flightglobal.com/news/articles/thomas-cook-to-lease-a330-from-airtanker-400698/http://www.cotswoldlife.co.uk/polopoly_fs/1.3932166.1422364468!/image/image.jpg_gen/derivatives/landscape_630/image.jpg
The plane is only a couple of years old - so newer than most Airbus 330's, its also been re-configured to the same layout as the others in the fleet. It also has IFE on all seats.
#36
A friend and I are going late April next year for 9 days, flying into New York and out of Boston. Managed it for £300 and going to drive/Amtrak between cities. Booked with Norwegian, great planes (dreamliners) with top entertainment systems. Definitely want to go and see Salem near Boston.

Edited By: Tuscan915 on Nov 03, 2016 22:17
#37
bluesmith
rodman
MonkeyMan90
do bear in mind that you are flying with Air Tanker and not Thomas Cook. it is an ex RAF plane and a lot of them don't have seat back entertainment
sounds like a funhttps://www.flightglobal.com/news/articles/thomas-cook-to-lease-a330-from-airtanker-400698/http://www.cotswoldlife.co.uk/polopoly_fs/1.3932166.1422364468!/image/image.jpg_gen/derivatives/landscape_630/image.jpg
The plane is only a couple of years old - so newer than most Airbus 330's, its also been re-configured to the same layout as the others in the fleet. It also has IFE on all seats.


​the plane is about 26 years old mate its just been restored to look like a Thomas Cook plane
#38
Damn you hotuk deals! I have just booked 2 return flights that I hadn't planned on doing :) I don't know about saving me money, it's costing me a fortune, lol. Fab price, good spot OP.
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bobzuruncle
Damn you hotuk deals! I have just booked 2 return flights that I hadn't planned on doing :) I don't know about saving me money, it's costing me a fortune, lol. Fab price, good spot OP.

Look forward to hearing about your trip. Enjoy :)
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fearghalg
I went to Boston for 9 months during the summer in 2003. We lived on Commonwealth Ave just near Boston University. Had a great time. So much to do there. The markets are great. Home of lobster! Go to a baseball match, see Boston celtics play basketball, go to the cheers bar, loads of cruises, Chinatown, Harvard and Boston University. Loads of trips to do Cape Cod, New York.
Contemplating going again at that price!
When you were there did you study Phenology?

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