New Year in New York for £379! London to New York Return Flights December 2014 £379
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New Year in New York for £379! London to New York Return Flights December 2014 £379

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Found 12th Feb 2014
This is a great deal for a return flight to New York, and a great time to see the city. The flights are direct, which is over £100 cheaper than the alternative. Flights with Kuwait airlines.

The deal that I found was for the following:

DEP 30th DEC: LDN Heathrow - New York JFK:15:30 dep 18:30 arr
RET 6th JAN: New York JFK - LDN Heathrow:21:00 dep 09:00 arr(+1)

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Super deal - nice one marty you might want to add some dates in there xxx

what dates?

I've checked for New York 4th Dec from LHR, £1022 total! Skyscanner compare worked out cheaper for the journey I want....

flang

what dates?



You're our Orlando specialist you are thinking of New York X)


Flight Departure Arrival Duration / Stops Equipment Class
Outbound: London (LHR) to New York (JFK) | Thu, 04-Dec-14
KU101 London Heathrow International Airport (LHR)
15:30 | Thu, 04-Dec-14 John F Kennedy International Airport (JFK)
18:30 | Thu, 04-Dec-14 0 Stop(s) Boeing 777 Economy
Inbound: New York (JFK) to London (LHR) | Tue, 09-Dec-14
KU102 John F Kennedy International Airport (JFK)
21:00 | Tue, 09-Dec-14 London Heathrow International Airport (LHR)
09:00 | Wed, 10-Dec-14 0 Stop(s) Boeing 777 Economy

GBP 1022.10
for 2 passenger(s) (Fare GBP 632.00 + Carrier Imposed Charges, Taxes and Fees GBP 390.10)

Is this for 2015 because we're half way through Feb now so can't be for this ' new year'

Oops just read the header again, Dec 2014.

Original Poster

Apologies dates added.

Not only is it a "dry" airline they won't even let you bring duty free aboard.Can handle that, don't really drink anyway when I'm flying and no point buying duty free at Heathrow prices. Having said that travelling on one of the worlds truly awful airlines would take the glitz off New Year somewhat.
Edited by: "roame" 12th Feb 2014

Original Poster

roame

Not only is it a "dry" airline they won't even let you bring duty free … Not only is it a "dry" airline they won't even let you bring duty free aboard.Can handle that, don't really drink anyway when I'm flying and no point buying duty free at Heathrow prices. Having said that travelling on one of the worlds truly awful airlines would take the glitz of New Year somewhat.



Many thanks Sir

Original Poster

roame

Not only is it a "dry" airline they won't even let you bring duty free … Not only is it a "dry" airline they won't even let you bring duty free aboard.Can handle that, don't really drink anyway when I'm flying and no point buying duty free at Heathrow prices. Having said that travelling on one of the worlds truly awful airlines would take the glitz of New Year somewhat.



Many thanks Sir

martymoose

Many thanks Sir



Sorry mate, wasn't trying to knock your deal. Had the misfortune of flying often on them when I was on contract, they really are bad.

tempting

They do not have priority gates at at JFK. As a regular global traveller for work I can tell you JFK sucks as far as bad airlines go, they are sent far away from the passport control. That means a long walk and the lines at JFK are hugggeeeeeeeee for non US passport holders. So much so that BA offers lights that stop in Shannon, Ireland where there is a US Passport control post, you then re-board then go to NYC get off the plane at an internal flights terminal and go on your way.

I suspect, using this airline will be cheap but painful.

groenleader

They do not have priority gates at at JFK. As a regular global traveller … They do not have priority gates at at JFK. As a regular global traveller for work I can tell you JFK sucks as far as bad airlines go, they are sent far away from the passport control. That means a long walk and the lines at JFK are hugggeeeeeeeee for non US passport holders. So much so that BA offers lights that stop in Shannon, Ireland where there is a US Passport control post, you then re-board then go to NYC get off the plane at an internal flights terminal and go on your way.I suspect, using this airline will be cheap but painful.



If you're in a rush you can also go via Dublin and clear US passport control there. Using that tactic for a trip to the USA this year (it's also a LOT cheaper flying to dublin on a separate ticket then dublin to wherever via LHR to say LAX than LHR to LAX direct

How much is a lot cheaper?

I suppose it's a good deal for someone who wants a cheap flight and doesn't care about the service. Personally I'd rather stick pins in my eyes than fly with this airline with their unreliability record. This could seriously disrupt your short stay in if NY you encounter a delay on the way out.

@ groenleader..wot do uean

groenleader

They do not have priority gates at at JFK. As a regular global traveller … They do not have priority gates at at JFK. As a regular global traveller for work I can tell you JFK sucks as far as bad airlines go, they are sent far away from the passport control. That means a long walk and the lines at JFK are hugggeeeeeeeee for non US passport holders. So much so that BA offers lights that stop in Shannon, Ireland where there is a US Passport control post, you then re-board then go to NYC get off the plane at an internal flights terminal and go on your way.I suspect, using this airline will be cheap but painful.

wot do u mean? do u not need to go thru passport control at jfk if u do it via ireland then?

No you do not. You would have already "cleared" immigration at Shannon.

groenleader

They do not have priority gates at at JFK. As a regular global traveller … They do not have priority gates at at JFK. As a regular global traveller for work I can tell you JFK sucks as far as bad airlines go, they are sent far away from the passport control. That means a long walk and the lines at JFK are hugggeeeeeeeee for non US passport holders. So much so that BA offers lights that stop in Shannon, Ireland where there is a US Passport control post, you then re-board then go to NYC get off the plane at an internal flights terminal and go on your way.I suspect, using this airline will be cheap but painful.



Oh come on, yes the queues at passport control can be long but I'm sure many people are willing to put up with an hours wait to save hundreds of pounds.


Edited by: "redarrowrules" 13th Feb 2014

groenleader

They do not have priority gates at at JFK. As a regular global traveller … They do not have priority gates at at JFK. As a regular global traveller for work I can tell you JFK sucks as far as bad airlines go, they are sent far away from the passport control. That means a long walk and the lines at JFK are hugggeeeeeeeee for non US passport holders. So much so that BA offers lights that stop in Shannon, Ireland where there is a US Passport control post, you then re-board then go to NYC get off the plane at an internal flights terminal and go on your way.I suspect, using this airline will be cheap but painful.



finlay666

If you're in a rush you can also go via Dublin and clear US passport … If you're in a rush you can also go via Dublin and clear US passport control there. Using that tactic for a trip to the USA this year (it's also a LOT cheaper flying to dublin on a separate ticket then dublin to wherever via LHR to say LAX than LHR to LAX direct

Ireland, the 53rd state of the United States of America

Seriously though, Dublin or Shannon to Las Vegas will be cheaper than LHR to Las Vegas?

Original Poster

groenleader

They do not have priority gates at at JFK. As a regular global traveller … They do not have priority gates at at JFK. As a regular global traveller for work I can tell you JFK sucks as far as bad airlines go, they are sent far away from the passport control. That means a long walk and the lines at JFK are hugggeeeeeeeee for non US passport holders. So much so that BA offers lights that stop in Shannon, Ireland where there is a US Passport control post, you then re-board then go to NYC get off the plane at an internal flights terminal and go on your way.I suspect, using this airline will be cheap but painful.

finlay666

If you're in a rush you can also go via Dublin and clear US passport … If you're in a rush you can also go via Dublin and clear US passport control there. Using that tactic for a trip to the USA this year (it's also a LOT cheaper flying to dublin on a separate ticket then dublin to wherever via LHR to say LAX than LHR to LAX direct

redarrowrules

Oh come on, yes the queues at passport control can be long but I'm sure … Oh come on, yes the queues at passport control can be long but I'm sure many people are willing to put up with an hours wait to save hundreds of pounds.



Passport queues are one thing, putting up with the rudest disinterested cabin crews in existence....and that's in business class...in some of the shabbiest planes flying is another. Make sure you use the loo before you go, it's a rare flight when they have more than 2 in service. Makes airlines like Biman and PIA look 5 star.

Voted Hot for the price!

personally I would not use this carrier because no entertainment, no beer and risk of delays. the planes sound like they are about the fall apart. The JFK thing is normal as you can queue for hours just to get out of the airport ( its been like that for years )
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