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Direct return flight to Los Angeles £306 (Departing LHR / Oct departures /Incl' 23kg baggage / Air New Zealand) @ Skyscanner (TravelTrolley)
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Direct return flight to Los Angeles £306 (Departing LHR / Oct departures /Incl' 23kg baggage / Air New Zealand) @ Skyscanner (TravelTrolley)

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Posted 19th Jul

This deal is expired. Here are some options that might interest you:

I thought this was a very good price given that according to many, Air New Zealand are the best airline who fly to Los Angeles, alongside 23kg hold baggage also being included! Meals are included on the flight too

Example dates (likely to be many more too!) :
21st - 28th Oct
28th Oct - 6th Nov
28th Oct - 14th Nov
11th - 18th Nov (£316)

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To book directly with the airline, the cost is £326.
I would strongly advise paying the extra £20 to do that rather than going through the notoriously bad online travel agents that Reindeer's cheap airline 'deals' seem to focus upon.

Look at some of the threads pertaining to Traveltrolly from this search on Tripadvisor that I've linked to:
tripadvisor.co.uk/Sea…ley

The other usual suspects that Reindeer's cheap & nasty prices point to include:
Travelgenio - tripadvisor.co.uk/Sho…tml

Fly Sharp - tripadvisor.co.uk/Sea…arp

Travelup - tripadvisor.co.uk/Sea…lup


And so on and on and on.

Again - book directly with the airlines themselves for greater peace of mind. Always use a credit card for the section 75 protection.
If you choose to save a few quid to go with one of the shonky online travel agents referenced in this post, or their ilk, please I beg you go and read some of the horror stories reported by customers in the above links.
In theory you SHOULD be OK right? but then again, would you play Russian Roulette? Why take a risk for the sake of a few quid and end up getting ripped off, or your holiday ruined?
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To book directly with the airline, the cost is £326.
I would strongly advise paying the extra £20 to do that rather than going through the notoriously bad online travel agents that Reindeer's cheap airline 'deals' seem to focus upon.

Look at some of the threads pertaining to Traveltrolly from this search on Tripadvisor that I've linked to:
tripadvisor.co.uk/Sea…ley

The other usual suspects that Reindeer's cheap & nasty prices point to include:
Travelgenio - tripadvisor.co.uk/Sho…tml

Fly Sharp - tripadvisor.co.uk/Sea…arp

Travelup - tripadvisor.co.uk/Sea…lup


And so on and on and on.

Again - book directly with the airlines themselves for greater peace of mind. Always use a credit card for the section 75 protection.
If you choose to save a few quid to go with one of the shonky online travel agents referenced in this post, or their ilk, please I beg you go and read some of the horror stories reported by customers in the above links.
In theory you SHOULD be OK right? but then again, would you play Russian Roulette? Why take a risk for the sake of a few quid and end up getting ripped off, or your holiday ruined?
Used Air NZ to LA a couple of years ago, couldn't fault them, they beat BA by a mile.
Would use them again anytime.
I agree with 'Uranus', its worth paying the extra £20 and deal with the airline directly, a lot easier if any problems occur.
I wonder if Michael or Franklin are on Airbnb?
I used travelup for the flights to florida and was no problem at all.
spicy_gal19/07/2019 19:45

I used travelup for the flights to florida and was no problem at all.


I walked across my road the other day without checking for oncoming traffic and I didn't get run over.
Edited by: "Uranus" 19th Jul
Los Angeles, possibly the worse airport in the world?
Uranus19/07/2019 20:17

I walked across my road the other day without checking for oncoming …I walked across my road the other day without checking for oncoming traffic and I didn't get run over.


Well good for you,
spicy_gal19/07/2019 22:04

Well good for you,


Maybe next time, neither of us will be so lucky?
greydaze19/07/2019 21:53

Los Angeles, possibly the worse airport in the world?


Have you honestly never been to Stansted?
Uranus19/07/2019 22:25

Have you honestly never been to Stansted?


3 hours to get through 'immigration' when you're just there for a connection? Control freakery!
greydaze19/07/2019 22:30

3 hours to get through 'immigration' when you're just there for a …3 hours to get through 'immigration' when you're just there for a connection? Control freakery!


Yeah, US airports are pathetic like that.
I don't even want to be in your stupid country. I'm just transiting to a Canada flight but I have to go through all the nonsense regardless.
Uranus19/07/2019 15:06

To book directly with the airline, the cost is £326.I would strongly …To book directly with the airline, the cost is £326.I would strongly advise paying the extra £20 to do that rather than going through the notoriously bad online travel agents that Reindeer's cheap airline 'deals' seem to focus upon.Look at some of the threads pertaining to Traveltrolly from this search on Tripadvisor that I've linked to:https://www.tripadvisor.co.uk/SearchForums?q=traveltrolleyThe other usual suspects that Reindeer's cheap & nasty prices point to include:Travelgenio - https://www.tripadvisor.co.uk/ShowTopic-g1-i10702-k9463278-Beware_of_Travelgenio_on_Skyscanner-Air_Travel.htmlFly Sharp - https://www.tripadvisor.co.uk/SearchForums?q=fly+sharpTravelup - https://www.tripadvisor.co.uk/SearchForums?q=travelupAnd so on and on and on.Again - book directly with the airlines themselves for greater peace of mind. Always use a credit card for the section 75 protection.If you choose to save a few quid to go with one of the shonky online travel agents referenced in this post, or their ilk, please I beg you go and read some of the horror stories reported by customers in the above links.In theory you SHOULD be OK right? but then again, would you play Russian Roulette? Why take a risk for the sake of a few quid and end up getting ripped off, or your holiday ruined?


Great Post and thanks for doing so. I've learnt to my detriment it's best to go direct, despite it normally costing a bit more.

BTW, totally random, but did you know that your username is kinda big in mythology - uranus was the son and husband of Gaia ie Mother Earth.
Fantastic airline. I thought Virgin were great but when we flew with Air NZ the service and legroom in economy was a cut above the rest!
Uranus19/07/2019 22:43

Yeah, US airports are pathetic like that.I don't even want to be in your …Yeah, US airports are pathetic like that.I don't even want to be in your stupid country. I'm just transiting to a Canada flight but I have to go through all the nonsense regardless.


Doesn't Heathrow have a very bad reputation for slow immigration queues?
peakbear20/07/2019 20:06

Doesn't Heathrow have a very bad reputation for slow immigration queues?


Just to add, no real experience as I'm from the UK and though I haven't been through LHR for a few years I think the Brit/EU queue is much quicker than International.
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