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LHR/MAN/EDI Airport - LAX From £230 Return, Feb, May Dates. via Skyscanner
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LHR/MAN/EDI Airport - LAX From £230 Return, Feb, May Dates. via Skyscanner

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Posted 30th Dec 2019Edited by:"arjanvirdi"

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After looking for some flights, I have found some good deals on flights to LAX, from LHR, MAN and EDI.

Here are a few examples:

MCR-LAX

Example 1 : £241 1 Feb – 15 Feb Link 2
Example 2 : £241 2 Feb – 10 Feb Link 2
Example 3 : £241 3 Feb – 17 Feb Link 2
Example 4 : £241 4 Feb – 20 Feb Link 2

Above have only a 2 hour 30 min layover. Additionally, there are many other days throughout the month


of February, Some even as low as £230, however that’s with a 7-hour layover.

Example 5 : £230, With 7 hour layover, 1 Feb - 15 Feb Link 2
Example 6 : £230, With 7+ hour layover, 1 Feb - 15 Feb Link 2

EDI-LAX

Example 1 : £266 1 Mar - 9 Mar
Example 2 : £266 2 Mar – 16 Mar Link 2
Example 3 : £231 3 Mar – 17 Mar Link 2

LHR-LAX


Example 1 : £228 1 Feb – 16 Feb (Layover 4) Link 2
Example 2 : £250 1 Feb – 15 Feb (Direct) Link 2
Many more dates throughout February.
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18 Comments
Bargain!
Do I get to keep the plane at the end of the rental period?
Looks like american airlines, economy with them is almost ryanair size seats.
Too many abbreviations!
Hi,

Great prices OP.

Why do they all say"operated by American Airlines" even when none of the listed carriers are actually AA? Does that mean no European carrier company cover/compensation or repatriation if there are any problems?
mchu6am430/12/2019 19:06

Too many abbreviations!


Technically acronyms (unless it’s the use of ‘Feb’ you’re taking issue with)
bailey8730/12/2019 20:55

Technically acronyms (unless it’s the use of ‘Feb’ you’re taking issue with …Technically acronyms (unless it’s the use of ‘Feb’ you’re taking issue with)


That's what I meant!.. Who would have thought I had A level in English!
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Good prices, shame you end up in Los Angeles.
c_1st30/12/2019 19:22

Hi,Great prices OP.Why do they all say"operated by American Airlines" even …Hi,Great prices OP.Why do they all say"operated by American Airlines" even when none of the listed carriers are actually AA? Does that mean no European carrier company cover/compensation or repatriation if there are any problems?



Will be covered on the outbound leg (as departs from an EU country) but not on the return.
benjyyy30/12/2019 21:53

Will be covered on the outbound leg (as departs from an EU country) but …Will be covered on the outbound leg (as departs from an EU country) but not on the return.


Wow, thanks for letting me know. Well, that rules me out then - getting home is the most important cover considering how expensive the US is!
c_1st30/12/2019 22:52

Wow, thanks for letting me know. Well, that rules me out then - getting …Wow, thanks for letting me know. Well, that rules me out then - getting home is the most important cover considering how expensive the US is!


Well you would still be covered in the sense of duty of care from the airline. Ie booked to another flight, food vouchers and a hotel if your flight has been cancelled and you need to stay the night to get another. You just won't have the EU261 cover to claim compensation
mchu6am430/12/2019 21:14

That's what I meant!.. Who would have thought I had A level in English!


I have A level of ENGLISH, but that level is rubbish.
It looks like from Edinburgh it's with United, in basic economy.

Now I have read that this means you can have a carry on suitcase, ie the regular budget airline size and a small personal bag (ie backpack). However I'm confused because that's only for transatlantic flights. Domestic flights in Basic Economy in the US only allow a small personal bag. If the flight includes a transfer would I still be allowed a suitcase for the domestic leg? Or would I have to fork out the extra fee for this?

Man they don't make it easy!
custommade0730/12/2019 23:18

It looks like from Edinburgh it's with United, in basic economy.Now I have …It looks like from Edinburgh it's with United, in basic economy.Now I have read that this means you can have a carry on suitcase, ie the regular budget airline size and a small personal bag (ie backpack). However I'm confused because that's only for transatlantic flights. Domestic flights in Basic Economy in the US only allow a small personal bag. If the flight includes a transfer would I still be allowed a suitcase for the domestic leg? Or would I have to fork out the extra fee for this?Man they don't make it easy!


Normally if its booked on the same ticket, you normally get the same allowance on all the booked flights.

Don't hold me too that, I've never flown with th.
c_1st30/12/2019 19:22

Hi,Great prices OP.Why do they all say"operated by American Airlines" even …Hi,Great prices OP.Why do they all say"operated by American Airlines" even when none of the listed carriers are actually AA? Does that mean no European carrier company cover/compensation or repatriation if there are any problems?



Most of these flights are code shares within the One World alliance (you buy your ticket from one member of the alliance, but fly on an aircraft provided by another member). So mostly it's BA ticketed to fly on an AA aircraft.

In terms of compensation, EU 261 covers all flights leaving the EU and all flights with EU carriers returning to the EU. Where a codeshare applies your rights under EU261 are dependent on the carrier (in this case AA) not the ticketing airline. Accordingly, should your return flight be disrupted you would have to rely on whatever regulations the US has in place (which are generally far less generous than EU 261)
Awesome price, roll on retirement!
Bet price will triple during the term dates
Daveg199931/12/2019 09:56

Most of these flights are code shares within the One World alliance (you …Most of these flights are code shares within the One World alliance (you buy your ticket from one member of the alliance, but fly on an aircraft provided by another member). So mostly it's BA ticketed to fly on an AA aircraft.In terms of compensation, EU 261 covers all flights leaving the EU and all flights with EU carriers returning to the EU. Where a codeshare applies your rights under EU261 are dependent on the carrier (in this case AA) not the ticketing airline. Accordingly, should your return flight be disrupted you would have to rely on whatever regulations the US has in place (which are generally far less generous than EU 261)


Having been messed around by a return US flight before - I want that EU protection. US companies will be more than useless at looking after you (well they were for us). The best bit about that EU protection is that Airlines will ensure your flight leaves on time or that they look after you. No EU cover and they dont care for you at all.

Fingers crossed the UK government keep this EU rule.
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