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LHR to LAX direct return easter.holidays delta operated by Virgin - £420 - Delta
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LHR to LAX direct return easter.holidays delta operated by Virgin - £420 - Delta

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Posted 25th Aug

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Exactly Easter school holidays for us. Seems a good deal for direct.

Handbaggage only, and seats allocated at check-in. 90 quid extra for checked luggage and seats which I just can't justify given we would only need 2 checked bags max and they can be added for 30 quid a leg (if I remember correctly)

Some.other dates available.but miles cheaper than other airlines, 100 quid each server same.flights on Virgin site

Edit My dates are 4-18 April
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Keen on views from anyone with April LA experience, thinking about regular sites and parks Disney, Knott's Berry Farm and Six Flags followed by some chill time...preferably beach but unsure if be quite warm enough in April...looks like this year LA saw a range of 19-31 celsius
Edited by: "mgk" 25th Aug
Protip - fly from dublin airport to LAX (or most east coast american destinations)

Costs you around a tenner to fly to dublin , then *for LAX) you fly back to heathrow and get on the SAME plane you would've booked to fly from anywhere but the entire flight costs heck of a lot less (even if you have to stay a night in dublin) That time of year you can pick up a rtn flight for around 300 quid (slightly more late april)
Edited by: "Maccabix" 25th Aug
mgk25/08/2019 14:01

Keen on views from anyone with April LA experience, thinking about …Keen on views from anyone with April LA experience, thinking about regular sites and parks Disney, Knott's Berry Farm and Six Flags followed by some chill time...preferably beach but unsure if be quite warm enough in April...looks like this year LA saw a range of 19-31 celsius


That time of year during day its on par with a nice summer day here , but the evening and early mornings the temp drops down a lot (feels like late autumn) You can definitely hit the beaches during the day .
Maccabix25/08/2019 14:29

Protip - fly from dublin airport to LAX (or most east coast american …Protip - fly from dublin airport to LAX (or most east coast american destinations) Costs you around a tenner to fly to dublin , then *for LAX) you fly back to heathrow and get on the SAME plane you would've booked to fly from anywhere but the entire flight costs heck of a lot less (even if you have to stay a night in dublin) That time of year you can pick up a rtn flight for around 300 quid (slightly more late april)


I've often looked for Dublin flights to the US more for the pre customs clearance...but tbh never found any good ones during school holidays - seen good prices in term time though
Going chilly.....by anti handbaggae only fares or people who have never tried to fly in school holidays ?
Would welcome some alternatives or reasons....not somewhere I have looked at much in the past so don't really know the form for flight prices
Maccabix25/08/2019 14:29

Protip - fly from dublin airport to LAX (or most east coast american …Protip - fly from dublin airport to LAX (or most east coast american destinations) Costs you around a tenner to fly to dublin , then *for LAX) you fly back to heathrow and get on the SAME plane you would've booked to fly from anywhere but the entire flight costs heck of a lot less (even if you have to stay a night in dublin) That time of year you can pick up a rtn flight for around 300 quid (slightly more late april)


Do you mean West Coat (CA) not Florida
snapdragon25/08/2019 14:49

Do you mean West Coat (CA) not Florida


Think he means it works for most US destinations.... Think supply and demand are one part but flying out of Dublin you don't pay as much tax
snapdragon25/08/2019 14:49

Do you mean West Coat (CA) not Florida


I meant in this instance WEST coast as you need to fly back to LHR first , but dublin does do direct east coast flights that are way cheaper than flying from uk
mgk25/08/2019 14:39

I've often looked for Dublin flights to the US more for the pre customs …I've often looked for Dublin flights to the US more for the pre customs clearance...but tbh never found any good ones during school holidays - seen good prices in term time though


i've always found it cheaper , my normal times going are usually learly spring then mid june and around late aug/sept time
For anyone interested ...thought it doesn't seem like I am getting much love for this deal...cost for my dates have now increased from 420 to 570. Other dates available

I think it is a total bargain for school holidyas and glad I pulled the trigger now they have gone up but was hoping for some useful comments to confirm...as can cancel in first 24 hrs....but alas nothing constructive
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