London Stansted to New York with Jet2 £296.10 return @ Jet2
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London Stansted to New York with Jet2 £296.10 return @ Jet2

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Found 3rd JunMade hot 3rd Jun
Just see this online. Jet2 are flying 3 selected dates over the end of November (Black Friday) and 1 date during December to New York from London stansted.

Fly from stansted
16/11/17

23/11/17

30/11/17 (experience Black Friday)

07/12/17

New York.
20/11/17

27/11/17

04/12/17

11/12/17

18 Comments

Plus need to add £30 each way for each check in bag.....

In for OW.Thanks

Stansted, no thanks, worst airport ever now, even though it's my closest.

Irfy20159 h, 9 m ago

Plus need to add £30 each way for each check in bag.....


Is that optional or compulsory ? - I'm not planning on doing lots of shopping there so for 4 nights I wouldn't need a large suitcase.
Edited by: "happymanuk" 3rd Jun

SFconvert

Stansted, no thanks, worst airport ever now, even though it's my closest.



It's absolutely fine.

Black friday is the 24th november so if you took the flight on the 30th you'd be a tad late

SFconvert

Stansted, no thanks, worst airport ever now, even though it's my closest.



Alright. Very helpful.

im sure before november you could easily find a flight at similar price to new york with a proper airline rather than Jet2 and their old buckets that always break down - even with a change at Amsterdam or Paris etc it would be better than this

They don't use the standard fleet for transatlantic flights. Jet2's (admittedly old) planes are not able to fly to the US. Another option for low cost flights is to get a Ryanair flight to Dublin and then fly Aer Lingus to New York.

Trickytimes

They don't use the standard fleet for transatlantic flights. Jet2's … They don't use the standard fleet for transatlantic flights. Jet2's (admittedly old) planes are not able to fly to the US. Another option for low cost flights is to get a Ryanair flight to Dublin and then fly Aer Lingus to New York.



What are you on about Jet2's fleet not able to fly to the US? I don't think you know what you're talking about. If they're not able to fly to the US, do they just drop their passengers off the ocean, turn back to the UK, profit, rinse and repeat?

Jet2's and Aerlingus's fleet consist both A330 and 757 which are used for their transatlantic flights.
Edited by: "neiiilers" 3rd Jun

The flight we were on Stansted to Lanzerote a month back used a jet that was 2 weeks old.

Trickytimes

They don't use the standard fleet for transatlantic flights. Jet2's … They don't use the standard fleet for transatlantic flights. Jet2's (admittedly old) planes are not able to fly to the US. Another option for low cost flights is to get a Ryanair flight to Dublin and then fly Aer Lingus to New York.



They use their fleet of 757's for the New York route. They have been doing these Christmas shopping trips to the States for at least 6 years.

Irfy2015

Plus need to add £30 each way for each check in bag.....



Why would be ar5ed for 3 days in New York?
Loading and taking a suitcase, then waiting for it to come out of the conveyor etc.. Take a massive hand luggage and live a little.

SFconvert

Stansted, no thanks, worst airport ever now, even though it's my closest.



what makes it worse than any other

SFconvert

Stansted, no thanks, worst airport ever now, even though it's my closest.



Not been to Luton lately then?

Used stanstead last month and no issues whatsoever. It was a Jet2 flight and the plane must of been fairly new. Better legroom then alot of other airlines I've used although it was half empty so didn't matter too much!

Black Friday is on the 24th. If you depart on the 30th, you'll miss it.

Good deal

new york good price
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