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Direct return flight to New York from London Heathrow £259 (12th - 19th August) @ Skyscanner / Travel Trolley
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Direct return flight to New York from London Heathrow £259 (12th - 19th August) @ Skyscanner / Travel Trolley

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Posted 21st Jan

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Very good price for a mid-August departure The flight is operated by United and only hand luggage is included in the price. Checked luggage is an additional £70p/p although if you are looking to cut costs you could of course consider taking one piece of luggage between two.

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I cant get that price.....selecting the same dates too
Savvy121/01/2020 12:43

I cant get that price.....selecting the same dates too


Same here. Cheapest I'm getting for the same flights is £343 per person.
Savvy121/01/2020 12:43

I cant get that price.....selecting the same dates too



Radeon21/01/2020 12:46

Same here. Cheapest I'm getting for the same flights is £343 per person.


Try this link (this is for 2 adults). I'll expire if the cheaper price still can't be seen
Can’t see this price either, I’m getting £555
reindeer33321/01/2020 12:51

Try this link (this is for 2 adults). I'll expire if the cheaper price …Try this link (this is for 2 adults). I'll expire if the cheaper price still can't be seen


Yup, £259
Love NY.
Are sky scanner trustworthy? I've never tried them before and just want to be sure on them
If you don't fancy spending 7 days in New York City and are looking for other things to do while taking advantage of this cheap flight, here are a few options.

  • Niagara Falls (via Buffalo Airport) - it's about 25 miles to the actual town/falls from the airport and there is a cheap bus (£8) that goes there, flights to Buffalo are about £50-75, you could spend 2 days, so just one over night stay required. It's obviously nothing like NYC but it is amazing.

  • Boston - I love Boston been many times, and it's a lot less hectic than NYC. Again flights from New York are around £45-60 (each way), but only take about 1h 15m. I'd say a 2-3 day stay is required to get the most from it. Your other option is to take the train from Penn/EWR direct, about the same cost as flying but the nice thing about that is no messing with luggage and security etc. Also you can do NYC first, then grab the train from Penn Station, then on the way back just get off at Newark (EWR) station ready for your flight.

  • Washington DC - Again if you want a different experience,visit the famous sites, and if you like museums then the Smithsonian is a must, be warned you could spend a couple fo days there alone. I'd say have a loot see what you want to do but 2 days is enough for a quick visit. Both train & plane are options, slow trains are $55ish, plane is about £65

You can easily spend the sort of money I am talking about vising these places just staying in Manhattan for an extra couple of days, and you might never get the option to do it again, as some of these places you migth not chose to go away as an entire break.
Great deal.Booked.Thanks op
sdaspland21/01/2020 15:32

Are sky scanner trustworthy? I've never tried them before and just want to …Are sky scanner trustworthy? I've never tried them before and just want to be sure on them


yes for 2 reasons

1. My mate works for them
2. They are not taking money from you, they are simply searching the airlines and booking services for the cheapest deal, then directing you to their website. Think of them as a travel agent. They collect commission from the redirects that result in bookings afaik.

I use them regularly, my only gripe is that they can be a tad slow updating on the flight route i usually use.
Dareos22/01/2020 09:07

yes for 2 reasons1. My mate works for them2. They are not taking money …yes for 2 reasons1. My mate works for them2. They are not taking money from you, they are simply searching the airlines and booking services for the cheapest deal, then directing you to their website. Think of them as a travel agent. They collect commission from the redirects that result in bookings afaik.I use them regularly, my only gripe is that they can be a tad slow updating on the flight route i usually use.


THank you
Any recommendations on hotels or somewhere to stay, my brother and I might pop over. Nothing too expensive but preferably without cockroaches as well.
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