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April - London Gatwick to Boston USA Return Flight - includes 1 luggage 23kg = £256 (Jet Blue) via Skyscanner

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There is now some mid April availability, from £256 return flights with Jet Blue to Boston USA from London Gatwick. The price also includes one piece of checked luggage (max 23kg). Skyscanner gives various travel providers that you can book through, cheapest option is Travel Trolley . Check any entry requirements.

Sample dates below, prices include 1 checked baggage of 23kg

Sample dates April

  • 13th April to 20th April
  • 14th April to 21st April
  • 18th April to 25th April
  • 19th April to 27th April




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  1. tom6195's avatar
    Is there much to see in Boston? How long would you go for?
    colin79666's avatar
    I’m just back. Did 3 days in Boston and 3 in New York. Was my first time to Boston. I’d say 3-4 days is about right. Probably a little more to do in April when the weather is a bit warmer, stuff like harbour cruises should be up and running then. USS Constitution is worth a visit and is free. Boston Public Library is stunning and there are free tours twice a week although you are free to visit anytime. 

    The city is quite compact so you can walk to various places and the subway is easy to navigate when going a bit further. You can get from the airport into the central areas for free using the SL1 bus (which turns into a trolley bus and ends underground at South Station) and a free transfer to a subway line if needed. (edited)
  2. briz1's avatar
    Went last month with JetBlue to Boston… great flight… lovely city…. Get a week train ticket for $18 fantastic way to get around the city..
    Billyatwal's avatar
    Where did you stay? Any recommendations? Boston can be quite expensive for hotels.
  3. jinkssick's avatar
    Highly recommended to book direct with JetBlue. You'll pay a little more but won't have the OTA middleman nightmares.
  4. sm9690's avatar
    Prices are out of date, when you click through its £383. I've tried multiple dates and all the same

    Delboy2.0's avatar
    Seems fine lad!
  5. beaufinder1's avatar
    Excellent price but make sure your fully vaccinated or you won’t be allowed in.
    talksr's avatar
    What is fully vaccinated these days? I only ever had two covid jabs so I guess I am not fully vaccinated.
  6. gforce23's avatar
    Literally flew the same flight to Boston last week, but flew back on the 6pm flight to Heathrow T2. The service was well beyond what one would expect in economy class from the likes of BA and AA. I particularly loved that you can build your own meal, yes really!

    We took the 'T' (their metro) pretty much everywhere. Fanueil Hall, Back Bay, the Harvard and MIT campuses were my top picks. For hot chocolate fans, don't miss Burdicks on the Harvard campus - very instagrammable too. IMO, two or three days should be more than enough, unless you plan on going out to the national parks, or Providence or one of the umpteen islands just off the coast.

    Boston Logan is a compact airport so it was easy to get in and out. The traffic enroute to the airport was appalling for our 6pm flight so definitely recommend that you get there a bit early, if possible.

    Hotels are obscenely expensive. I used one of my hotels.com vouchers for a night at the Godfrey next to Boston Common, the service was impeccable and they upgraded us to a corner room that overlooked the Macys department store across the street. In hindsight I should've skipped the upgrade because all the missus could think of was shopping at Macys! The other nights were spent at a cheaper hotel nearby. (edited)
  7. NeverBagHolding's avatar
    If you add in hotel prices, you could go to Thailand for 14 days for cheaper overall
  8. Edged's avatar
    How can this be when I'm £245 quid for Scotland to Cardiff on the train lol
    Great deal just wish i hadn't booked Cardiff around these dates....
  9. dan.theman's avatar
    Why is the picture of central park, Manhattan, NYC ?
    Delboy2.0's avatar
    That is Boston Common park
  10. ianispne's avatar
    Amazing flight prices but hotels look astronomical
  11. Lokomokos's avatar
    Seems like a great deal.
  12. Damiloski_ski's avatar
    Hi everyone, is there are disadvantage booking via Skyscanner as oppose to buying direct from the airlines?
    jinkssick's avatar
    If everything is fine then saving small with skyscanner and one of their many OTAs is fine but if something goes wrong "like flight delays" you will thank me a billion times later if you book directly with JetBlue. Just use the same flight details you find on skyscanner and book directly with JetBlue. I travel very regurlarly and I would only book via Skyscanner and an OTA if its say a short hop to Frankfurt etc and even then the saving has to be substantial.
  13. ssc1's avatar
    Boston common is the oldest city park in the United States.
  14. paulw123's avatar
    We have booked with jetblue to Boston for Aug, staying with family on cape cod, the feedback has been very helpful thanks
  15. Nooge_'s avatar
    Boston Marathon is on 17th April btw so hotels could be pricey around that time
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