From Belfast: One way flights to America from £79 one way - Norwegian Air
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From Belfast: One way flights to America from £79 one way - Norwegian Air

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Expires on 30/09/2018Found 2nd Aug
This seems a slight reduction on precious prices, from £79pp one way for September.

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Big_Rik27 m ago

Amazing price, apparently very good to fly with (I know food etc is …Amazing price, apparently very good to fly with (I know food etc is extra).Good transport now from Stewart airport into NYC


Flew with them last november from Belfast. Really smooth and hassle-free.
The fact that the new york airport is not one of the major ones ends up working to your advantage. Getting through security is a breeze and there is a dedicated shuttle bus which takes you straight in to the heart of new york (port authority bus terminal is right beside times square).
On the way back out from new york, you simply get the same shuttle back to the airport and once you're on the bus, you don't have to worry about missing your flight - the plane won't leave without its passengers.

Would heartily recommend.
Edited by: "lutin" 2nd Aug
Although do you want to be flying that day?
penfoldstuart1 h, 24 m ago

50% saving on cost for October 1/2 term but need to factor in cost if …50% saving on cost for October 1/2 term but need to factor in cost if getting to Belfast


Not if you already live in Belfast
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Brexit.
Amazing price, apparently very good to fly with (I know food etc is extra).
Good transport now from Stewart airport into NYC
50% saving on cost for October 1/2 term but need to factor in cost if getting to Belfast
Big_Rik27 m ago

Amazing price, apparently very good to fly with (I know food etc is …Amazing price, apparently very good to fly with (I know food etc is extra).Good transport now from Stewart airport into NYC


Flew with them last november from Belfast. Really smooth and hassle-free.
The fact that the new york airport is not one of the major ones ends up working to your advantage. Getting through security is a breeze and there is a dedicated shuttle bus which takes you straight in to the heart of new york (port authority bus terminal is right beside times square).
On the way back out from new york, you simply get the same shuttle back to the airport and once you're on the bus, you don't have to worry about missing your flight - the plane won't leave without its passengers.

Would heartily recommend.
Edited by: "lutin" 2nd Aug
How do we get back?
Chiptivo16 m ago

How do we get back?



Book a return flight.34572843-UaWhv.jpgOutbound is now showing higher, but return is less. Still less than the price of a flight to tenerife!
Although do you want to be flying that day?
penfoldstuart1 h, 2 m ago

50% saving on cost for October 1/2 term but need to factor in cost if …50% saving on cost for October 1/2 term but need to factor in cost if getting to Belfast


Looking at the dates of October 20th to 23rd:

£92 return from LHR to Belfast via Aer Lingus
(arrive at 12:25 Belfast for the 16:10 NY flight, and arrive back in Belfast 9:20am for a 13:10 flight back to LHR)

there's a cheaper option with RyanAir but not sure I'd trust them being on time or not on strike
Edited by: "ryansonic" 2nd Aug
penfoldstuart1 h, 24 m ago

50% saving on cost for October 1/2 term but need to factor in cost if …50% saving on cost for October 1/2 term but need to factor in cost if getting to Belfast


Not if you already live in Belfast
Avios can be used too if you are looking to connect with BA.
Why not just put the return flight total cost as the deal nobody is going one way ?
Everybody to Belfast !
waterloo5 h, 46 m ago

Why not just put the return flight total cost as the deal nobody is going …Why not just put the return flight total cost as the deal nobody is going one way ?


I’m going one way. BrExit only
Edited by: "Sdolwane2000" 2nd Aug
waterloo32 m ago

Why not just put the return flight total cost as the deal nobody is going …Why not just put the return flight total cost as the deal nobody is going one way ?


I'm actually looking to book this as a one way/open jaw from orlando
Has anyone tried booking more than 1 seat?? Just trying to help, as these killer promotions DO very often use the 1 seat per flight to click-bait the masses and subsequently tempting them into higher prices. Norwegian is probably one of the better budget operators imo but always be on your guard... I have been skinned alive by Norwegian, having had to fork out £350 one way for tickets from Santorini to Gatwick early September (thats for a 3h 50m no frills flight departing midnight)
smiller969024 m ago

I'm actually looking to book this as a one way/open jaw from orlando


Its from the uk
waterloo48 s ago

Its from the uk


I mean fly into NY and then back from Orlando
smiller969029 s ago

I mean fly into NY and then back from Orlando


Its for you then be quick
Just had a first class upgrade from BA to new york never want to fly economy long haul ever again
This is a great fare for anyone in NI but for others looking at positioning to Belfast from GB, there are already very low fares on offer from London, Manchester and elsewhere to New York on the likes of BA, Virgin, American, United. These airlines fly to New York City and not somewhere near New York City and offer free food/drink and have seat back entertainment unlike the Norwegian 737s. Just last week booked Heathrow-San Francisco for less than £300 and I've seen NYC this week at £225 rtn all-in on BA.

It is easy to assume the likes of Norwegian and WOW Air are cheaper but the big boys are really protecting their patch at the moment with crazy transatlantic fares. The only downside is that with the exchange rate the way it is hotel prices etc. mean you are losing the savings you make on the flight!
Been this price for months now. Considered going on a trip across the US starting in Boston, flying from Belfast, and starting the trip in Dublin, visiting a couple of cities before going to the US. May still do it in the future 😁
rachelandgromit2 h, 59 m ago

Avios can be used too if you are looking to connect with BA.


How? Norwegian is not part of OneWorld.
jinkssick53 m ago

How? Norwegian is not part of OneWorld.


I mean use them to book flights to and from Belfast from LHR.
jetstreamer2 h, 40 m ago

This is a great fare for anyone in NI but for others looking at …This is a great fare for anyone in NI but for others looking at positioning to Belfast from GB, there are already very low fares on offer from London, Manchester and elsewhere to New York on the likes of BA, Virgin, American, United. These airlines fly to New York City and not somewhere near New York City and offer free food/drink and have seat back entertainment unlike the Norwegian 737s. Just last week booked Heathrow-San Francisco for less than £300 and I've seen NYC this week at £225 rtn all-in on BA.It is easy to assume the likes of Norwegian and WOW Air are cheaper but the big boys are really protecting their patch at the moment with crazy transatlantic fares. The only downside is that with the exchange rate the way it is hotel prices etc. mean you are losing the savings you make on the flight!


Actually that BA deal was hand luggage only, so not all-in. Was an AA code share. AA and United have flooded the place with no luggage deals at the moment. Pricing them basically in line with Norwegian. I think you still get a meal though.

NYC is easily hand luggageable unless you plan on shopping, though.
Always around this price
rachelandgromit1 h, 12 m ago

I mean use them to book flights to and from Belfast from LHR.


Oh ok. But people wud be best off saving avios (ages to get) and buying cheapo Ryanair flight from STN
plebbygiraffe1 h, 1 m ago

Actually that BA deal was hand luggage only, so not all-in. Was an AA code …Actually that BA deal was hand luggage only, so not all-in. Was an AA code share. AA and United have flooded the place with no luggage deals at the moment. Pricing them basically in line with Norwegian. I think you still get a meal though.NYC is easily hand luggageable unless you plan on shopping, though.


Many times ive flown hand luggage and over bought a piece of junk bag for 5/8 bucka from goodwill store, filled it full, brought it to london and took it to local reycling dump to throw away.
jinkssick15 m ago

Oh ok. But people wud be best off saving avios (ages to get) and buying …Oh ok. But people wud be best off saving avios (ages to get) and buying cheapo Ryanair flight from STN


Agree just putting it out there. Quite easy to get Avios quickly with credit card spends....
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rachelandgromit1 h, 24 m ago

Agree just putting it out there. Quite easy to get Avios quickly with …Agree just putting it out there. Quite easy to get Avios quickly with credit card spends....


I beg to differ as one way with RFS is £17.50 for taxes fees one way. plus 4k points which with a good card is 1x1 at £4,000. Not that cheap but I know what you meant by your message, another option.
69miles and a one hour 26 mins bus transfer to Manhatten’s Port Authority bus terminal. No thanks.
josephallen29 m ago

69miles and a one hour 26 mins bus transfer to Manhatten’s Port Authority b …69miles and a one hour 26 mins bus transfer to Manhatten’s Port Authority bus terminal. No thanks.


I am guessing you got that from Google Maps, which currently reports 1 hour 26 travel time.

But when you consider current travel time to JFK is 55 minutes it isn't a huge amount of difference.

And what is the alternative? Drive to Dublin for a direct flight to the traditional NYC airports - adds more time. Get a connecting flight from Belfast - adds more time.
Until they go bust. Basically Freddie Laker.
Edited by: "adz19" 2nd Aug
Just booked this, got the £39 return tickets last September and flew into Stewart. Tiny airport, relaxed and friendly airport staff (have never experienced a nicer customs anywhere let alone US) choice of 3 rental car companies in lobby, no regrets whatsoever. Brilliant Belfast deal. Headed upstate in a rental jeep and had the best time ever hiking in the adirondacks. £160 each return return for something 8 weeks away is fabulous even treated ourselves to 1 suitcase on the return journey for £25 so we can buy a load of stuff (Woodbury common very close to airport for a quick last minute stop before evening flight) what more could you want?! I’m stoked
Edited by: "sweetsoundings" 2nd Aug
Deano4679 h, 18 m ago

Not if you already live in Belfast


It's not often we get something that the rest of the UK doesn't
BOOK AT YOUR OWN RISK
To those who are concidering flying with Norwegian first the positives the Planes are new and perfect flight attendants are professional and nice but that's all. Certain very important things to note is if something goes wrong you are on your own no joke, inn the USA they don't have ground staff and they don't pick up the phone. I was flying from Chicago to London when I went to check in for my flight i was told that norwegian had sent the wrong plane and therefore they were downgrading me to economy because premium was full although i was the second person to check in and online wasn't working.
I demanded to speak to someone the check in staff said I should e mail or call as they did not have anyone local. I asked if the meal I ordered was going to be available to me because of dietary requirements they said yes however when time came for the meal i was informed that they don't serve food in economy unless it's ordered on the system which did not have anything I could eat cut the story short I had Orange juice and water for the 8hrs but if I was told about it I would have brought something with me.
When I got back i wrote to Norwegian who did not reply for 4 weeks untill I sent a threatening letter saying I will recover my money through the credit card company they wrote back and said well it's in the terms and conditions that we can downgrade you at will they refunded me 300 out of a £1000 ticket and that was it.
So for those who go long haul on this may the good Lord be with you because if something goes wrong that's all you will have.
In short Norwegian are worse than Ryanair and wizz put together.
You have been warned!
Great deal.
The thread looks a lot better now that most of the idiots' comments have been swept-aside too.


HOT
Edited by: "Adult" 3rd Aug
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