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Christmas in NY - Heathrow to New York - £302 @ Google Flights
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Christmas in NY - Heathrow to New York - £302 @ Google Flights

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With carry on luggage but who cares. Won’t suit everyone but I think this is a great deal

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chris_b23/08/2019 15:53

By the time you’ve been through customs and got to your hotel it’ll be get …By the time you’ve been through customs and got to your hotel it’ll be getting on for midnight


It's the City the never sleeps. Midnight is early!
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Good prices and the best way to spend both, Christmas and New Year, sipping champagne in the plane:)
Good price but awful flight times
chris_b23/08/2019 15:42

Good price but awful flight times


I'd disagree, gives you the morning to spend time with your family on christmas day then swan off to heathrow to jet off to NYC and celebrate christmas night again in a wonderful city.
Fab price. Shame I have to work Xmas day.
Mike_Gibson23/08/2019 15:50

I'd disagree, gives you the morning to spend time with your family on …I'd disagree, gives you the morning to spend time with your family on christmas day then swan off to heathrow to jet off to NYC and celebrate christmas night again in a wonderful city.


By the time you’ve been through customs and got to your hotel it’ll be getting on for midnight
chris_b23/08/2019 15:53

By the time you’ve been through customs and got to your hotel it’ll be get …By the time you’ve been through customs and got to your hotel it’ll be getting on for midnight


It's the City the never sleeps. Midnight is early!
Good price but exchange rate is shocking at the moment. Definitely want to go again but gonna wait till kids are older and the rate is better
ShopCom12323/08/2019 16:30

Good price but exchange rate is shocking at the moment. Definitely want to …Good price but exchange rate is shocking at the moment. Definitely want to go again but gonna wait till kids are older and the rate is better


A nice USA UK trade deal might help 🤞🏼
RyanKelly-bd796.5859823/08/2019 17:38

A nice USA UK trade deal might help 🤞🏼


Agreed. I think IF we leave with no deal, then this along with Germany will be one of the first deals done
ghow00723/08/2019 19:48

Agreed. I think IF we leave with no deal, then this along with Germany …Agreed. I think IF we leave with no deal, then this along with Germany will be one of the first deals done


Just curious, how can a deal be done with Germany alone? It has to be a deal with EU and not with a single country I believe.
Great price. Heat.
gaurjai24/08/2019 11:38

Just curious, how can a deal be done with Germany alone? It has to be a …Just curious, how can a deal be done with Germany alone? It has to be a deal with EU and not with a single country I believe.


Because we would leave with ‘no deal’ with the EU as a whole, and then set up separate (probably better in the long run) trade deals with individual countries. That’s what all the fuss is about - a deal (with the EU) or no deal (with the EU).
ghow00724/08/2019 21:01

Because we would leave with ‘no deal’ with the EU as a whole, and then set …Because we would leave with ‘no deal’ with the EU as a whole, and then set up separate (probably better in the long run) trade deals with individual countries. That’s what all the fuss is about - a deal (with the EU) or no deal (with the EU).


Yea, that’s right but how can a deal be done with only Germany or only France? Deal has to be with EU as a whole and not with any individual country within EU. Ofcourse deal can be done with other countries outside of EU but not with EU countries.
gaurjai25/08/2019 10:14

Yea, that’s right but how can a deal be done with only Germany or only F …Yea, that’s right but how can a deal be done with only Germany or only France? Deal has to be with EU as a whole and not with any individual country within EU. Ofcourse deal can be done with other countries outside of EU but not with EU countries.


Yes it can. You can have a separate deal with any country you like in the EU if you are no longer part of the EU, but it will have different conditions set up just between the 2 countries and will not have to be governed by rules that apply to all members of the EU.
How else do you think we will trade with EU countries if we leave with no deal? Do you think trading will have to cease forever with any EU country if we leave? There’s plenty of information online about deal/no deal and what it means with regards to trading to make it clearer if you still don’t follow.
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