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Direct return flight to New York from Manchester from 18th-22nd Nov - £249 using code (Free Travel Club member account required) @ Jet 2
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Direct return flight to New York from Manchester from 18th-22nd Nov - £249 using code (Free Travel Club member account required) @ Jet 2

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Posted 18th Sep

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This price is based upon a trip between the 18th and 22nd November, so ideal if you want to visit just before the christmas festivities properly kick off. Please note you will need to create a Jet 2 Travel Club account (this account is free) before proceeding to book, as you need an account to be able to utilise the code WINTER15 at checkout. Hand luggage only.


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random_dude18/09/2019 17:36

Cold, never London airports!


I disagree, a fair share of deals on holiday pirates are always London based.
Why not fly with a full service carrier (United) for £30 more. ou get an extra day, more comfort and meals included


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What are Jet2 like for long haul???
danielthomas418/09/2019 13:12

What are Jet2 like for long haul???

Never flown myself but looked into it last year.

Flight service and similar planes to the short haul, i.e. same cabin service, and no inflight entertainment.

Hence we booked with BA (again) where the flight is a 747 with food/drinks included and in-flight entertainment.

Flight to New York is best part of 7-8hrs from UK, which I think would feel like an even longer trip on a Jet2 plane!!!
Edited by: "johnson293" 18th Sep
Cold, never London airports!
random_dude18/09/2019 17:36

Cold, never London airports!


I disagree, a fair share of deals on holiday pirates are always London based.
thabiz18/09/2019 17:50

I disagree, a fair share of deals on holiday pirates are always London …I disagree, a fair share of deals on holiday pirates are always London based.


Twas in jest my friend
Voted hot. Thanks.
Does anyone have any recommendations of where to stay? Most hotels seem crazy expensive!
We stayed at the Parker New York last time we went, but it's not that cheap. It was a couple of blocks south of Central Park. The time before was the Wyndham New Yorker, which is further down Both were decent, but you're looking at around $1000 for 4 nights, at least.

If you get a 7 day metro card and don't mind a bit of travel, then look at hotels in Brooklyn or out by the airport - the airport will be a long way out though
Edited by: "Cakeboy79" 18th Sep
danielthomas418/09/2019 13:12

What are Jet2 like for long haul???


It'll be one of their 757s that they use for their normal short haul stuff, so don't expect any inflight entertainment or a huge amount of room. Given that a 757 cruises at about 30 or 40 knots slower than a 747 or equivalent the flight will also take longer than you might expect, probably about an extra 45 minutes or so.
firstofficer18/09/2019 17:49

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Isnt the bit to LAX and back to New York around an extra 5,600 miles and 10hrs on top of a regular LHR-NYC flight?
FrugalFergal18/09/2019 18:46

Isnt the bit to LAX and back to New York around an extra 5,600 miles and …Isnt the bit to LAX and back to New York around an extra 5,600 miles and 10hrs on top of a regular LHR-NYC flight?


Well, it flies the other way therefore passing through LAX first, also picking up more passengers. Customers can probably stay on board during refuelling. The extra flight hours are negligible compared to the immense onboard comfort.

Hope that helps.

Kindest regards
gazzagb18/09/2019 18:05

Does anyone have any recommendations of where to stay? Most hotels seem …Does anyone have any recommendations of where to stay? Most hotels seem crazy expensive!


Hotel rui in times square is good,and includes a decent buffet breakfast.
I’m travelling 18th to 23rd. I avoided Manchester as Virgin wanted £580, where as Heathrow was £380. (£400 saving per couple). If this had been around when I booked I’d have jumped on it. HEAT
Edited by: "Smog" 18th Sep
gazzagb18/09/2019 18:05

Does anyone have any recommendations of where to stay? Most hotels seem …Does anyone have any recommendations of where to stay? Most hotels seem crazy expensive!


I’m staying for 5 nights 18th to 23rd at the double tree near Times Square. Price was $938 with tax. Hilton price match then knock 25% off. Found it cheaper at hotels.com. Paying just over $700 for 5 nights now.
missygirl118/09/2019 18:51

Hotel rui in times square is good,and includes a decent buffet breakfast.


Hotel Ruin?? Sounds a bit suspect...

I'll probably avoid..

Kindest regards
Is this the York in England? Is so this is rather pricey for a flight from Manchester!
firstofficer18/09/2019 18:55

Hotel Ruin?? Sounds a bit suspect...I'll probably avoid..Kindest regards


Hotel rui not ruin .
Get yourself a KLM/ ba /United flight under £300 , a better service, more comfort choose a winter month for these prices, or a cheap combination where you decide how long you stay for not the schedule of the aircraft with Jet2. Stay an extra few days, stay out in Queens and get a cheap hotel and use the underground and nip in and out of the city.That way you can check out a bit of the real ny away from times sq etc.
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gazzagb18/09/2019 18:05

Does anyone have any recommendations of where to stay? Most hotels seem …Does anyone have any recommendations of where to stay? Most hotels seem crazy expensive!


Salusbury hotel by Carnegie Hall not far to Central Park or Times Sq. Not posh but nothing wrong, clean etc and out nearly all the time anyway.
Jet2 long haul would be torture. They are great up to 4 hours, more than that is no fun. They can’t even do meals coming home. They simply are not setup for this type of travel - go with an airline that is! Just one problem and you’re stuck out there for a while and I doubt they’ll have good support on the ground. They should stick to what they do best
Why not fly with a full service carrier (United) for £30 more. ou get an extra day, more comfort and meals included


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FrugalFergal18/09/2019 18:46

Isnt the bit to LAX and back to New York around an extra 5,600 miles and …Isnt the bit to LAX and back to New York around an extra 5,600 miles and 10hrs on top of a regular LHR-NYC flight?


That's why it needs to refuel If it didn't fly backwards it would be much quicker.
poinsy18/09/2019 19:43

That's why it needs to refuel If it didn't fly backwards it would be …That's why it needs to refuel If it didn't fly backwards it would be much quicker.


firstofficer18/09/2019 18:50

Well, it flies the other way therefore passing through LAX first, also …Well, it flies the other way therefore passing through LAX first, also picking up more passengers. Customers can probably stay on board during refuelling. The extra flight hours are negligible compared to the immense onboard comfort.Hope that helps.Kindest regards


How can a direct flight go through LAX? Doesn't seem direct to me if that is true.
mrme18/09/2019 19:21

Jet2 long haul would be torture. They are great up to 4 hours, more than …Jet2 long haul would be torture. They are great up to 4 hours, more than that is no fun. They can’t even do meals coming home. They simply are not setup for this type of travel - go with an airline that is! Just one problem and you’re stuck out there for a while and I doubt they’ll have good support on the ground. They should stick to what they do best


Agree - I found flying to antalya with jet2 torture and that was only 4.5 hours!

Although the flight had decent leg room I just could not stomach doing that flight again. 8 hours to New York would drive me insane!
Smog18/09/2019 18:54

I’m staying for 5 nights 18th to 23rd at the double tree near Times S …I’m staying for 5 nights 18th to 23rd at the double tree near Times Square. Price was $938 with tax. Hilton price match then knock 25% off. Found it cheaper at hotels.com. Paying just over $700 for 5 nights now.


How did you get the price match? Just on Hotels.com?
gazzagb18/09/2019 20:59

How did you get the price match? Just on Hotels.com?


Nah book with Hilton on a free cancellation. Book with hotels.com the same if it’s cheaper (has to be same terms re:free cancellation). Then email them for their price match promise ?
gazzagb18/09/2019 18:05

Does anyone have any recommendations of where to stay? Most hotels seem …Does anyone have any recommendations of where to stay? Most hotels seem crazy expensive!


Stay in Brooklyn it’s miles cheaper and get the subway into Manhattan. We stayed in the box house hotel, was about £100 a night. Beautiful place with great views.
£25 cheaper than my train trip from Newport to Leeds this week
fcbigdaver18/09/2019 23:06

Stay in Brooklyn it’s miles cheaper and get the subway into Manhattan. We s …Stay in Brooklyn it’s miles cheaper and get the subway into Manhattan. We stayed in the box house hotel, was about £100 a night. Beautiful place with great views.


We are staying in Brooklyn (at Hilton Brooklyn) when we go back first week of December.

Booked it last year with British Airways holidays, £2065 for 3 of us for 4 nights.

Could probably book it slightly cheaper direct with the hotel and separate flights, but with BA Holidays it includes the connecting flight from Newcastle to Heathrow, and you don't need to keep checking and collecting bags - they deal with them from Newcastle to JFK when its booked as a package.
johnson29319/09/2019 06:32

We are staying in Brooklyn (at Hilton Brooklyn) when we go back first week …We are staying in Brooklyn (at Hilton Brooklyn) when we go back first week of December.Booked it last year with British Airways holidays, £2065 for 3 of us for 4 nights.Could probably book it slightly cheaper direct with the hotel and separate flights, but with BA Holidays it includes the connecting flight from Newcastle to Heathrow, and you don't need to keep checking and collecting bags - they deal with them from Newcastle to JFK when its booked as a package.


That seems a fair price for December i think, we went in March this year, return flights with BA from Manchester via Heathrow(2 hour stop over) then to JFK, flight was £278 and the hotel was £98nper night. The hotel was one stop away on subway from times square. Really cannot beat it.
gazzagb18/09/2019 18:05

Does anyone have any recommendations of where to stay? Most hotels seem …Does anyone have any recommendations of where to stay? Most hotels seem crazy expensive!


mazzy118/09/2019 19:19

Salusbury hotel by Carnegie Hall not far to Central Park or Times Sq. Not …Salusbury hotel by Carnegie Hall not far to Central Park or Times Sq. Not posh but nothing wrong, clean etc and out nearly all the time anyway.


I second this, we stayed at the Salisbury in 2016 and it was great. Nothing fancy, but clean and comfortable. It's in the middle of 57th Street, so two blocks away from Central Park. The best bit is that you have a metro stop at each end of the street, and they're both on different lines, so you can just walk to one or the other depending on where you want to go.
gazzagb18/09/2019 18:05

Does anyone have any recommendations of where to stay? Most hotels seem …Does anyone have any recommendations of where to stay? Most hotels seem crazy expensive!


AirBnB

My suggestion is stay in NJ
You would have to be insane to fly 11hrs to LAX, wait a couple of hours and then fly 6hrs to JFK
johnson29318/09/2019 14:06

Never flown myself but looked into it last year.Flight service and similar …Never flown myself but looked into it last year.Flight service and similar planes to the short haul, i.e. same cabin service, and no inflight entertainment.Hence we booked with BA (again) where the flight is a 747 with food/drinks included and in-flight entertainment.Flight to New York is best part of 7-8hrs from UK, which I think would feel like an even longer trip on a Jet2 plane!!!


Wow, you paid more money and got more included? Mind blowing...
pretty sure the LAX comment must be a joke. Admittedly not a very funny one. These are direct flights.
bigmaz19/09/2019 10:18

Wow, you paid more money and got more included? Mind blowing... …Wow, you paid more money and got more included? Mind blowing...


I did... however when I booked that trip last year, Jet2 Holidays price for the same trip (dates/duration/hotel board), albeit direct from Newcastle (so no heathrow connection flights) was only slightly cheaper than BA Holidays.

So yes, I could have paid slightly less, and had a direct, potentially cramped/uncomfortable flight from NCL to Newark with no inclusive food/drink/entertainment.
Edited by: "johnson293" 19th Sep
gazzagb18/09/2019 18:05

Does anyone have any recommendations of where to stay? Most hotels seem …Does anyone have any recommendations of where to stay? Most hotels seem crazy expensive!




New Jersey. There is a fast and direct train connection into NY from NJ but the NJ accomodation is much cheaper.

Does NYC subway go to New Jersey?

A: Yes, there is a subway system that connects Manhattan and the World Trade Center with New Jersey, but it is not part of the MTA / New York City subway system. This system is called the PATH train. It is just like a subway system. ... This make staying at a New Jersey hotel near the NYC subway much easier.

njhotelsnearnyc.com/nj-…yc/
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