New York Return flights (one connection) from £231.40 Crazy cheap prices from Scotland December 2014 @ skyscanner - HotUKDeals
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Dirt cheap flights to New York city

Just in time for xmas 2014 shopping

Plenty of dates to chose from
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Edited By: markbowen07 on Jun 22, 2014 20:33
#2
Worth mentioning these aren't direct flights. You can book direct flights for about £312 which is still a pretty decent price.


Edited By: jaypr on Jun 22, 2014 20:36
#3
Good point but it does mention it in the screen shot "1 connection "
#4
markbowen07
Good point but it does mention it in the screen shot "1 connection "

Yes, but not in the title.
[helper] 1 Like #5
I put in dates of 4th December to 8th December from Manchester and came up with a price of £261 (indirect via Amsterdam) so lots of cheap flights available you just need to play around with the dates/airports

Edited By: Chanchi32 on Jun 22, 2014 20:41
#6
I've just paid £312 for direct flights from LHR to JFK return operated through Delta. Really not worth saving a few quid with the stop!! Go direct :-)
#7
Does anyone know what the luggage allowance is?
#8
williammatthewjackson
Does anyone know what the luggage allowance is?
My delta flight has 23kgs of checked luggage each way.
#9
stevie19uk
I've just paid £312 for direct flights from LHR to JFK return operated through Delta. Really not worth saving a few quid with the stop!! Go direct :-)


totally agree
1 Like #10
[quote=stevie19uk]I've just paid £312 for direct flights from LHR to JFK return operated through Delta. Really not worth saving a few quid with the stop!! Go direct :-

Yes but for people who live in Glasgow, flying from LHR would mean purchasing a flight GLA-LHR and potentially having to book a hotel for the previous night. Frequent flyers from glasgow prefer to fly via schiphol as it is a smaller airport ( and easier to navigate), it's cleaner, there is less chance of your valuables being stolen and its less likely to be victim to a terrorist attack.
#11
SNEEZY
there is less chance of your valuables being stolen

Surely there is more chance of your valuables being stolen at home if you live up north?
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SNEEZY
there is less chance of your valuables being stolen

Surely there is more chance of your valuables being stolen at home if you live up north?

What a peculiar thing to say
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dazco
A13
SNEEZY
there is less chance of your valuables being stolen

Surely there is more chance of your valuables being stolen at home if you live up north?

What a peculiar thing to say


Humour lessons are just down the corridor to your right.
#14
Good deal, shame it leaves from Inverness though. I'm closer to Inverness than most (2 hours) and would consider such a deal but for most of Scotland it's a trek and a half to get there. It's time Scottish airports got more frequent connections to the US rather than having to go through London. I know there are a couple of direct flights but not nearly enough.
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SNEEZY
there is less chance of your valuables being stolen

Surely there is more chance of your valuables being stolen at home if you live up north?

Crime is much worse in London than anywhere in the UK, fact just another stupid comment by an ignorant idiot, Hope you get your just deserts for that comment.
#17
74zep
A13
SNEEZY
there is less chance of your valuables being stolen

Surely there is more chance of your valuables being stolen at home if you live up north?

Crime is much worse in London than anywhere in the UK, fact just another stupid comment by an ignorant idiot, Hope you get your just deserts for that comment.

Just Deserts is in Hitchin, which is in Hertfordshire, not London?
I don't understand your point?
#18
Just be careful with your duty free at Schipol - or Sh*tpol as we renamed it when they confiscated all of our sealed duty free whilst transferring there.

The following is a little known rule that only applies to Schipol Airport:

Liquid items purchased duty-free at an airport outside the European Union will be confiscated at Amsterdam Airport Schiphol, even if these have been sealed. This applies equally to purchases bought on board a non-European airline.

ie - if you buy Duty Free in New York, and try and take it on as hand luggage during your transfer at Schipol, they will confiscate it.

Far safer bet to transfer at LHR - no such problems there.




Edited By: steed on Jun 23, 2014 10:53
#19
stevie19uk
I've just paid £312 for direct flights from LHR to JFK return operated through Delta. Really not worth saving a few quid with the stop!! Go direct :-)

If there is an airport anywhere near you that does a direct flight......
1 Like #20
Just a note, DO NOT buy tickets with "multiple airlines" as in the screenshot. If one airline lets you down, or is late, the second airline has no obligation to help you out.
#21
czechoslovakia
Just a note, DO NOT buy tickets with "multiple airlines" as in the screenshot. If one airline lets you down, or is late, the second airline has no obligation to help you out.

Yes, but the airline that lets you down does. They will rebook you onto another flight on their airline or someone else's.
#22
Any good prices departing Scotland between 18/20th October for 4 or 5 nights? ??
#23
TheRossatron
czechoslovakia
Just a note, DO NOT buy tickets with "multiple airlines" as in the screenshot. If one airline lets you down, or is late, the second airline has no obligation to help you out.

Yes, but the airline that lets you down does. They will rebook you onto another flight on their airline or someone else's.
No, they won't - that's my point. "multiple airlines" means multiple tickets. They are only obliged if the connecting flight is on the same ticket number.
#24
trixabel
dazco
A13
SNEEZY
there is less chance of your valuables being stolen

Surely there is more chance of your valuables being stolen at home if you live up north?

What a peculiar thing to say

Humour lessons are just down the corridor to your right.
Off you go then, because that simply wasn't humorous.
#25
SNEEZY
[quote=stevie19uk]I've just paid £312 for direct flights from LHR to JFK return operated through Delta. Really not worth saving a few quid with the stop!! Go direct :-

Yes but for people who live in Glasgow, flying from LHR would mean purchasing a flight GLA-LHR and potentially having to book a hotel for the previous night. Frequent flyers from glasgow prefer to fly via schiphol as it is a smaller airport ( and easier to navigate), it's cleaner, there is less chance of your valuables being stolen and its less likely to be victim to a terrorist attack.


You would prefer to fly through Amsterdam, where everytime I have gone through that airport my luggage has ended up somewhere else...!!! Good luck. Amsterdam is not a small airport, and depending which terminal you fly into, you might have to sprint across the airport for your connection, and clear passport control at same time.
LHR is still a good airport, but agreed it can also be a pain in posterior...
Still a good deal which ever way you look at it.
#26
dazco
trixabel
dazco
A13
SNEEZY
there is less chance of your valuables being stolen

Surely there is more chance of your valuables being stolen at home if you live up north?

What a peculiar thing to say

Humour lessons are just down the corridor to your right.
Off you go then, because that simply wasn't humorous.

Yes it was. It was both humorous and factual.
#27
A13
74zep
A13
SNEEZY
there is less chance of your valuables being stolen

Surely there is more chance of your valuables being stolen at home if you live up north?

Crime is much worse in London than anywhere in the UK, fact just another stupid comment by an ignorant idiot, Hope you get your just deserts for that comment.


Just Deserts is in Hitchin, which is in Hertfordshire, not London?
I don't understand your point?
London is not in the North and Hitchin is in its commuter belt, also and according to this web site from Hitchen the main crime seems to be anti-social behaviour guess your one of them.
http://www.hitchinpeople.co.uk/groups/laworder/Worst-Crime-Rate-Streets-According-New-Police-Map/story-10649067-detail/story.html
#28
jaypr
Worth mentioning these aren't direct flights. You can book direct flights for about £312 which is still a pretty decent price.



I kind of agree... the extra 8hours messing about.. I could just do eqivelant overtime at work and pay for direct flights!

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