£210 - Return Flight (London - New York) Flight In Jan/Feb 2018 (Indirect) via Austrian Airlines @ Momondo
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£210 - Return Flight (London - New York) Flight In Jan/Feb 2018 (Indirect) via Austrian Airlines @ Momondo

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Edited by:"yasiraq"Found 29th Nov
Example dates:
15th-26th Feb

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25th Jan – 5th Feb
Slight better flight time but costs £20 more than the first one.

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8 Comments

2 days on a plane and at airports seems like a bit of a waste considering direct starts from £335.
Edited by: "teh.arn" 29th Nov

Trip duration is LONG however, there are people this deal will appeal to.

FYI there are similar flights available from London City with SWISS (flying the new CSeries Jet to Zurich and change with a trip duration of 11 hours) but for £290. Either way, these deals typically offer a meal and baggage. Have flown Swiss many times and they are fabulous.

Be careful and check baggage allowance as LH Group are now offering fights Long Haul with hand baggage only

Skymonkey1 h, 6 m ago

Trip duration is LONG however, there are people this deal will appeal …Trip duration is LONG however, there are people this deal will appeal to.FYI there are similar flights available from London City with SWISS (flying the new CSeries Jet to Zurich and change with a trip duration of 11 hours) but for £290. Either way, these deals typically offer a meal and baggage. Have flown Swiss many times and they are fabulous.



It's probably not worth you time for anyone earning over £50 a day.
Edited by: "teh.arn" 29th Nov

Nice price despite the overnight layover. Only pity is that the first flight leaves from Stansted is not with Austrian (but Eurowings).

Rather pay extra and fly direct than spend almost 24 hours Vs 7 hours.
Very cold.

A1321 m ago

Rather pay extra and fly direct than spend almost 24 hours Vs 7 hours. …Rather pay extra and fly direct than spend almost 24 hours Vs 7 hours. Very cold.



Not that much extra, about £50 a day. Works out to about £3.30 per hour it saves if it's 44 hours total vs 14 hours.
Plus you've got to have two whole days off for travel. Anyone earning over £3.30 per hour it wouldn't be worth waiting.

Cold, can be done much cheaper with the purchase of wood and materials to fashion a canoe with, the short walk to a west facing beach (max 100 miles, c'mon people) and a relatively short 6 month paddle to New York and you get to see the statue of Liberty close-up, result !

6 month paddle back and a leisurely jog home over another week. Only over a year return, but look at the saving!

Seriously though, New York is one of the most expensive cities in the world. Also one of the best to visit, so why would you give up an extra 34 hours of your life sitting in an airport lounge rather than flying directly and also being k-nackered from the schedule.

Colder than a cold iceberg (which you also get to see on my canoe trip) !

Oh and just realised 2nd 'offer' leaves Stansted, returns LHR, why would you?
Edited by: "Northerndave" 29th Nov
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