New York, Boston and Conneticut return from £164 (Flights from June 2017 - March 2018)
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New York, Boston and Conneticut return from £164 (Flights from June 2017 - March 2018)

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Found 25th May 2017
Limited amount of tickets!

Booked Edinburgh to New York (3rd - 9th September) £164 return.
Hand luggage £25 each way...

Fly from Belfast (BFS) to New York/Newburgh between Jul 2017 – Mar 2018 (1100 Seats)
Fly from Belfast (BFS) to Boston/Providence (PVD) between Jul 2017 - Oct 2017 (600 Seats)
Fly from Edinburgh (EDI) to New York/Newburgh between Jun 2017 – Mar 2018 (2500 Seats)
Fly from Edinburgh (EDI) to Boston/Providence (PVD) between Jun 2017 – Mar 2018 (1700 Seats)
Fly from Edinburgh (EDI) to Connecticut/Hartford (BDL) between Jun 2017 – Mar 2018 (1400 Seats)
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I don't think anyone is going to US now because of Trump the pig. Soon trips to the US will be free on cereal packets.
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Supermod
Worth noting that Newburgh is over 60 miles from Manhattan in case people don't see this and think its one of the central airports. Still, if you're happy and willing to make the journey its a good price
Boston > NYC
I don't think anyone is going to US now because of Trump the pig. Soon trips to the US will be free on cereal packets.
Blade_Runner

I don't think anyone is going to US now because of Trump the pig. Soon … I don't think anyone is going to US now because of Trump the pig. Soon trips to the US will be free on cereal packets.


or when you buy a hoover !
Blade_Runner

I don't think anyone is going to US now because of Trump the pig. Soon … I don't think anyone is going to US now because of Trump the pig. Soon trips to the US will be free on cereal packets.



Aha. Even Middle Eastern people who claim to "hate the west", would give an arm and a leg to live there.
Edited by: "Neobrown" 26th May 2017
£25 each way for hand luggage???
Be warned. Any money you save on flights will quickly be swallowed up by high prices in the US these days.

Do your homework before you book.
Is there going to be another sale for April onwards? I hope so.
jamsammy99

£25 each way for hand luggage???



Hand luggage included 10KG
Edited by: "lewymufc" 26th May 2017
Bobbins

Be warned. Any money you save on flights will quickly be swallowed up by … Be warned. Any money you save on flights will quickly be swallowed up by high prices in the US these days.Do your homework before you book.


Despite the interest rates going up, you're saving more in the flight.
sparkles21

Despite the interest rates going up, you're saving more in the flight.



Not sure.....the cost of getting to NYC is about $40 pp return by bus. Cost of hotels and airbnb is far more than this time last year. Stayed in Manhatten last June and got a lovely airbnb apartment for £103 a night. Same apto is now £160 for similar dates.

As bobbins says, do your homework before booking these flights re costs of hotel and getting to and fro the airport.
cheaperbythe12

Not sure.....the cost of getting to NYC is about $40 pp return by bus. … Not sure.....the cost of getting to NYC is about $40 pp return by bus. Cost of hotels and airbnb is far more than this time last year. Stayed in Manhatten last June and got a lovely airbnb apartment for £103 a night. Same apto is now £160 for similar dates.As bobbins says, do your homework before booking these flights re costs of hotel and getting to and fro the airport.


You were lucky with your airbnb apartment in manhattan as the penalties are harsh if reported.Thats why i prefer to stay over the bridge in NJ and travel in the morning watching the amazing skyline.
Bobbins

Be warned. Any money you save on flights will quickly be swallowed up by … Be warned. Any money you save on flights will quickly be swallowed up by high prices in the US these days.Do your homework before you book.



​It's not a cheap country to visit agree but been going years and it's not so much prices going up inflation. It's more the strength of their currency against a shocking drop in the value of the pound making going anywhere pricey. That's brexit for you.
Blade_Runner

I don't think anyone is going to US now because of Trump the pig. Soon … I don't think anyone is going to US now because of Trump the pig. Soon trips to the US will be free on cereal packets.



I don't think Trump has made any real impact on people wanting to explore the greatest city on earth.
Anyone recommend a family friendly 14 day trip from either PVD or BDL?

Been looking at Boston, Cape Cod and then New York and back home...
bazza1603

Anyone recommend a family friendly 14 day trip from either PVD or … Anyone recommend a family friendly 14 day trip from either PVD or BDL?Been looking at Boston, Cape Cod and then New York and back home...



Dates? Are you willing to go with 10kg each?
jinkssick

Dates? Are you willing to go with 10kg each?



Baggage costs wont be the end of the world. More looking for suggestions for a route that the kids would be happy with as well...
bazza1603

Baggage costs wont be the end of the world. More looking for suggestions … Baggage costs wont be the end of the world. More looking for suggestions for a route that the kids would be happy with as well...



Understood but what month for the 14 days so I can have a look? And the ages of childs?

Edited by: "jinkssick" 28th May 2017
Hi, 12 and 9 in August

At the moment,

I am thinking Bradley and stay over night pick up car, Air museum, then travel to Cape Cod, Stay there for 6 nights. Then to Boston dump car for 3 nights, and then fly down to New York for 4 nights and then travel back from Stewart.

Car about £250 including one way
Hotels about £2000
Edited by: "bazza1603" 28th May 2017
bazza1603

Anyone recommend a family friendly 14 day trip from either PVD or … Anyone recommend a family friendly 14 day trip from either PVD or BDL?Been looking at Boston, Cape Cod and then New York and back home...



We're in the US at the moment for half-term. We spent 3 days in central New York, then hired a car (from Jersey City, about a third of the cost of car hire from JFK or NY) and have travelled up to them Great Wolf Lodge at Mr Pocono in Pennsylvania, about 90 mins out, leaving tomorrow. Absolutely beautiful up here, feels like proper old fashioned America. The Great Wolf have resorts all over, all with indoor waterparks, ropes courses etc, there's one near Boston too - check their website. If you sign up for their newsletter and then sign in on their page, look on the offers tab and there are codes that make it really cheap, we paid $99 a night for a family suite. We'll definitely do this again! My boys are also 12 & 9 and it's been perfect for them. Feel free to msg me for any info.
Farmer Jack to a King
Booked New York for myself and the other half for December. The return flights from Belfast for both of us, including a meal each on the way over and a hold luggage on the way back, came in at £411. Crazy good value. Can't wait. Just hope Trump hasn't turned America into the version of America created by Biff in Back to the Future 2.
bazza1603

Hi, 12 and 9 in AugustAt the moment, I am thinking Bradley and stay over … Hi, 12 and 9 in AugustAt the moment, I am thinking Bradley and stay over night pick up car, Air museum, then travel to Cape Cod, Stay there for 6 nights. Then to Boston dump car for 3 nights, and then fly down to New York for 4 nights and then travel back from Stewart.Car about £250 including one wayHotels about £2000



​Just back from a 1 week stay in USA. Did 4 nights Cape Cod and 3 Boston. 6 nights on the Cape would have been too long for us. Daytrip to marthas vineyard is a must. We stayed at a Howard Johnson hotel in Quincy, a 12 min walk to subway, to keep hotel costs down as Boston hotels are so expensive. We stayed in Hyannis, Cape Cod, which was a good base. Very reasonable prices too (Hyannis Travel Inn). Not too sure that my kids would enjoy this type of holiday, though they did enjoy 3 weeks on the West coast last year.
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