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Posted 4 September 2023

London to New York Direct Return Flights via British Airways

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London-New York direct return flights operated by BA & AA are available for £328 on Skyscanner. Travelup offers this price through Skyscanner. They have decent customer service reviews on Trust Pilot.

The above price was found on Skyscanner for 10 October–1 November 2023 return flights.

American Airlines recommended Hand luggage size (56x36x23) is slightly smaller than British Airways (56x45x25), however, handbag size (45x35x20) is marginally bigger than the latter (40x30x15).

Return flights operated by BA start at £380.47 on their website. You can use 2000 Avios to get £20 off. Also, You'll earn a minimum of 2597 Avios points from this flight.
For BA outbound and AA inbound flights, it will cost £353.47 on the British Airways website.


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  1. kudos1uk's avatar
    Travelup (very nearly as bad as BudgetAir) are one of the worst virtual TA's you will find. TrustPilot reviews are manipulated. Take a little look on social media and the help groups to see how they really are and how they treated people during Covid.
    Personally I will never book through a third party now unless it's part of a package, you subject yourself to not only the airlines T&Cs but also the TA's T&Cs as the TA own the ticket..... not you. they charge extra fees to make any changes, fees on top of the airlines fees.

    For example TravelUp charge an administration fee of £75 per a chage/per person above any charges the airline may make, that is if they accept your change request. there are so many examples of the airline being willing to make the change but TravelUp refusing (remember the TA own the ticket & airline will not deal with you directly).

    Pay the extra and book direct with the airline, that small saving is not worth it.
    currently £332 with TravelUp or £355 with BA, the extra £23 to book direct is worth every penny. (edited)
    lestamunda's avatar
    Used TravelUp once - NEVER again. The worst travel agent in the country IMHO. Flights moved, so I cancelled, and then slapped with their ridiculous charges.

    Simply avoid these clowns whatever the deal is. (edited)
  2. MonkeyMan90's avatar
    You should mention you return back to a different airport that you originally take off from (edited)
    hu57l3r's avatar
    'Good to know

    You are departing from LGW but returning to LHR.'
  3. happenstance's avatar
    why has london to nyc suddenly got so cheap? struggling for customers now the winter lull is coming?
    Aus_Pol's avatar
    Average hotels still pushing 380 a night ...
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