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November and December 2018 3 Night Long Weekend Lapland Santa Claus Packages from £220.15pp B&B or £449.29pp Half Board @ Norweigan
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I know, I know. I shouldn't be mentioning Christmas already but I know Lapland Holidays are popular and the hugely popular Santa Claus Village in Lapland has already sold out for i… Read more
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generationz1 h, 25 m ago

Any comments on whether this holiday is a good deal / alternative …Any comments on whether this holiday is a good deal / alternative suggestions etc. rather than the pros/cons about being a teacher or taking children out of school ?


As the original deal poster, my opinion:

Alternative suggestions could be to stay elsewhere in the area rather than Santa Village which may be cheaper or even further afield and perhaps consider car hire (but likely will be snowy so only if comfortable in snow).

If you are solely going for snow related activities and perhaps Northern Lights then there are plenty of places to look at instead, such as Kiruna, Gallivare or Abisko (accessed from Sweden flight or night train, or fly from UK which is expensive). There are other places in Finland too, but I think this is the most budget friendly as a trip but do look at what activities you want to do as this can quickly bump prices up.Another suggestion for accommodation options my be to look at Airbnb.

Going in October or November or after Xmas will be a lot cheaper but it may not be snowy.

Any comments on whether this holiday is a good deal / alternative suggestions etc. rather than the pros/cons about being a teacher or taking children out of school ?

vaiopup7th Jan

Or folk who work all year!


Wish I had 6 weeks of the summer to chose a date to go on holiday... Oh that’s right I only have a week off this summer. We all make choices.

niktorias10 h, 35 m ago

Nasty kids! Hope you don’t teach my kids - very disrespectful and u …Nasty kids! Hope you don’t teach my kids - very disrespectful and uncaring. Stop thinking you have it harder than everyone else. I work and can’t take time off at certain times of he year but it’s swings and round abouts. Don’t criticise hard working people for taking kids out of school just because you chose a profession where you can’t. Your privileged to be able to spend school holidays with your children - most of us have to pay for child care. Like I say swings and roundabouts .


I am entitled to respond to derogatory comments about being a teacher. Never said I had it harder & I have to pay for childcare too - during school hours & after. Of course, I’m the devil & you’re an angel!

scruffty7th Jan

do you have to ski? have no interest in skiing!


No not at all, in fact the skiing is usually extra (lift pass, ski hire etc.)
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Return Flights Edinburgh to New York £195.40 - Return Flights London Gatwick to New York £239.80 @ Norwegian
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slex8830th Dec 2017

Out of interest how did you commute to Six Flags? Car hire?


Yes, hired a car from Manhattan. The journey about about 1hr45mins.

If ever a deal was to be nominated for it’s subsequent wealth of poor comparisons and misinformation, this is it.

Whilst Newark into the City May be 30 Minutes and Stewart into the City 60 minutes longer, this time saving and much more can very easily be wiped out when one considers the average time taken to clear immigration upon arrival at Newark and Stewart. This is based on several family members having made a number of trips to New York for family gatherings, departing both London and Edinburgh.

obennett014 h, 53 m ago

Remember to get your travel insurance !! You’ll need unlimited medical c …Remember to get your travel insurance !! You’ll need unlimited medical cover because USA doesn’t have NHS style free care for all and sundry


There are no insurers that offer unlimited American medical care. Most offer 5-10 million which is more than enough.

jinkssick9 h, 48 m ago

No attitude at all. If you think a mile in Newburgh/Stewart is the same as …No attitude at all. If you think a mile in Newburgh/Stewart is the same as a mile heading into London then all good.


What on earth are you talking about. A mile is a mile.

Remember to get your travel insurance !! You’ll need unlimited medical cover because USA doesn’t have NHS style free care for all and sundry
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seaniboy18 h, 12 m ago

Lol I wish! Responsibilities . Off to Canada/US in Jan tho I’ll shiver …Lol I wish! Responsibilities . Off to Canada/US in Jan tho I’ll shiver there until I head duwn suuth USA lol Month away


Hope your nuts freeze off. Not jealous mind.

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adamspencer9512 h, 41 m ago

i wish we had these sort of deals from airports up north


Boston/Connecticut £180, USA visa gonna end up cheaper than a EU visa too lol

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FunkiestMonkey19 m ago

Get to Lanzarote mate. Quick


Lol I wish! Responsibilities . Off to Canada/US in Jan tho I’ll shiver there until I head duwn suuth USA lol Month away
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seaniboy29 m ago

The fun I could have lol, the cold really goes for me always has, if I was …The fun I could have lol, the cold really goes for me always has, if I was F it wouldn’t be cold there either as it’s all internal - lucky sods!!! Honestly I’ve not felt that cold in years out for an hour but the walk home it was just dropping as quick as a bad deal on here, said minus 2 as I got home and it was only Just coming up for 8pm bbbrrrrrr!


Get to Lanzarote mate. Quick
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wildecat43 m ago

You've obviously never been to Boston.It will be full of drunk quasi-Irish …You've obviously never been to Boston.It will be full of drunk quasi-Irish chavs.


Which is a upgrade from twenty years of Child Tax Credit bred and funded U.K.chavs and more upgrade than Norwegian will give most passengers

seaniboy5 h, 43 m ago

25/12 - 1/1 Edi - Boston RTN on special at £180.50 if you want to avoid …25/12 - 1/1 Edi - Boston RTN on special at £180.50 if you want to avoid all the seasonal drunk chavs


You've obviously never been to Boston.
It will be full of drunk quasi-Irish chavs.

Is there a bus service into NYC from either airport, or what are the travel options?
Edited by: "fuiseog" 27th Nov 2017

We flew with them and they were fine . Like a long distance Ryanair. Remember these airports aren’t particularly close to either Boston or New York

Really wanted to like Norwegian Air but all I can say is customer beware. Low price = low standards in customer service. They tend to cancel at short notice or their crafty way of delaying the flight, still ask passengers to check in as normal, delay again at airport & then cancel. On site staff I encountered were useless just directing you to use telephone customer service who were just as bad. Shoddy way to treat passengers. Judging by their twitter feed I'm not alone in my complaint.
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From London: 2 Night Lapland Holiday 15-17 November staying at Santa Village £193.21pp Inc Flights, Accommodation with Breakfast & Transfers @ Norweigan (Total family of 4 £772.85)
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sharon.nea4 h, 25 m ago

How much does it cost to enter the santa village.

If you've booked the accommodation then you are already in the village. You can book additional activities via Santa Village here.

And from their website:

You can meet Santa Claus every day of the year in the Christmas House, near our reception. Meeting Santa Claus is free! The photographer elf will take your picture so the memory of your visit will never fade away.

How much does it cost to enter the santa village.

loveabargain1st Nov

We've visited Rovaniemi in December and February and met Santa both times. …We've visited Rovaniemi in December and February and met Santa both times. Hardly any snow the December we went but loads a few years later in the February. We decided the kids could 'thank' santa for their gifts in the February. We mostly went as a snowy city break going skidooing, reindeer sleigh riding, skiiing, visiting Rauna Zoo (amazing seeing arctic animals in the snow) etc. We didn't go as a package and our trip entailed a 9 hour train ride up through Finland which is as experience in itself. 2 nights won't be enough!


We did something similar to save a few £££ and went to Rovaniemi in June last year so the kids(15yrs & 19yrs) could leave a note for Santa for what they wanted for xmas. Looking at the prices in December I think we did the right thing

BUT HE DOESN'T EXIST - sorry!

michelle.pickard-morrish3 h, 7 m ago

These deals are great but not when you have 3 kids why do all places do 2 …These deals are great but not when you have 3 kids why do all places do 2 adults 2 children, when most families have 3 kids


Most families only have one child. 2 children also more common than 3
From London: More Lapland & Santa Claus Village Options (family of 4 £187.81pp or family of 3 £212.18pp) Long Weekend 3-6th November (3 Nights) @ Norweigan
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Thanks OP the wife wants to go next year so usuful to see what prices are like now and get an idea of cost.
From London: 2 Nights for Family of 4 to Lapland staying at Santa Village Inc Flights, B&B and Airport Transfers £192.48pp @ Norweigan Air Shuttle
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If you have kids that still believe in Santa then I think this is a great deal. The mark up by travel agents is huge and this is a great value trip for a family of 4. First of al… Read more
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futura25 m ago

That's actually cheap, last year prices were over £600pp for December day …That's actually cheap, last year prices were over £600pp for December day trip. And it still sold out for every date so clearly there is plenty of demand


Wow!

rachelandgromit5 h, 16 m ago

Thomas Cook even have 1 day (yes 1 day visit to Lapland) for . . . wait …Thomas Cook even have 1 day (yes 1 day visit to Lapland) for . . . wait for it £396pp! That's based on 2 adults, a family of 4 is £393pp. I'm astounded they can even charge this price. A 1 night stay (albeit beginning of December, but mid-week is over £500pp).[Image]



That's actually cheap, last year prices were over £600pp for December day trip. And it still sold out for every date so clearly there is plenty of demand

rachelandgromit2 h, 38 m ago

Previous temperatures for November/December 2016 were around -5 degrees. …Previous temperatures for November/December 2016 were around -5 degrees. The only place I've truly felt cold was in Swedish Lapland in February when it was -18 and my nostrils were freezing together. I had my own down jacket and thermals though.I've checked the weather for November and it is forecast snow from end of October and then snow and ice regularly throughout December - but I could probably take a stab at predicting the weather for then as it is notoriously difficult to predict for Lapland (I was told this when I stayed in Swedish Lapland).


Wait, what?! There are 2 Laplands?! Arrgh!! Which 1 is Father Chrimbo residing?

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thebrownavenger16 m ago

Also for anyone considering this 2 days not enough to fully enjoy the …Also for anyone considering this 2 days not enough to fully enjoy the experience, this is one of these trips that unfortunately is expensive but worth every penny. Had friends that went to Santa vilage and said not all it was cracked up to be.


Thomas Cook even have 1 day (yes 1 day visit to Lapland) for . . . wait for it £396pp! That's based on 2 adults, a family of 4 is £393pp. I'm astounded they can even charge this price. A 1 night stay (albeit beginning of December, but mid-week is over £500pp).

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Holdol14 m ago

Thanks for your help, was all set to book when payment sent me to …Thanks for your help, was all set to book when payment sent me to 'paytrail'. Never heard of them, is it legit do you know?


I've never used it to book on this website, but I have used it to book other things abroad in Sweden and Denmark and it is fine. It has good ratings and is a secure site.
Crazy!! Return flights from Edinburgh to New York - Norwegian @ £178
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Petetobin30th Aug

Yes you are right but is it right that airlines should go out on a limb …Yes you are right but is it right that airlines should go out on a limb running networks they can't support on the back of consumers whilst legacy airlines suffer?


Competition between airlines is good for the consumer. It's what keeps your fares low. Planes don't make money sat on the ground!

Speedbirdjw3 h, 35 m ago

True, some won't be counted as extraordinary circumstances. Interestingly …True, some won't be counted as extraordinary circumstances. Interestingly just read a European Court of Justice ruling in September 2015 (Van der Lans v KLM) confirmed that technical faults with an aircraft don’t count as extraordinary circumstances (with the exception of out-of-the-ordinary events such as a manufacturer revealing a defect). Meanwhile, a court case in January 2016 ruled that lightning strikes do not count as extraordinary circumstances, while in July 2016 the European Court of Justice ruled that bird strikes will also no longer be considered extraordinary either.i find it ridiculous that airlines are potentially held accountable financially for things totally outside their control such as sucking a bird through an engine or getting truck by lighting. People getting up to €600 for a flight delayed when it's more than their ticket price is silly. Where do you think the airlines are going to recover this? Straight back from the next customer I suspect


Yes you are right but is it right that airlines should go out on a limb running networks they can't support on the back of consumers whilst legacy airlines suffer?

Petetobin1 h, 1 m ago

Depends on the cause of the "tech" and whether it was avoidable or not. …Depends on the cause of the "tech" and whether it was avoidable or not. Day 0 defects are not eligible but my understanding is that other defects are especially where the airline should have had sufficient contingency in place which might include carrying replacement parts at remote stations. I took Norwegian to court on this exact issue and won hence my knowledge.


True, some won't be counted as extraordinary circumstances. Interestingly just read a European Court of Justice ruling in September 2015 (Van der Lans v KLM) confirmed that technical faults with an aircraft don’t count as extraordinary circumstances (with the exception of out-of-the-ordinary events such as a manufacturer revealing a defect). Meanwhile, a court case in January 2016 ruled that lightning strikes do not count as extraordinary circumstances, while in July 2016 the European Court of Justice ruled that bird strikes will also no longer be considered extraordinary either.

i find it ridiculous that airlines are potentially held accountable financially for things totally outside their control such as sucking a bird through an engine or getting truck by lighting. People getting up to €600 for a flight delayed when it's more than their ticket price is silly. Where do you think the airlines are going to recover this? Straight back from the next customer I suspect

Tomtoon20126 h, 31 m ago

Thing is though, no IFE and sitting on a 737 for that long? Not worth it …Thing is though, no IFE and sitting on a 737 for that long? Not worth it plus they add money for inflight food/meals and luggage etc so most of time it ends up the same price or near as it would from elsewhere or BA/Virgin etc



My kids, like many, won't eat airline food, therefore I always have to take food for them anyway. And the last few flights I have been on transatlantic with BA the food was awful, so at least I get to pick a decent meal deal in Boots for £3 a head, or take my own such as chicken satay etc. The baggage cost is cheaper than many other airlines. I am going for the school week and we paid £200 a head including checked bags. My kids can't live without tech and when I told them there was none on the flight their response was 'who cares, we're going to New York'. And after all, it's only 2 hours or so more than a Ryanair flight to Gran Canaria, and there are no frills on that. To keep costs down we are staying across the river in New Jersey, hotels are way cheaper and public transport into Port Authority is excellent.

Speedbirdjw37 m ago

You shouldn't be compensated anyway for the aircraft going tech, assuming …You shouldn't be compensated anyway for the aircraft going tech, assuming your two statements were related


Depends on the cause of the "tech" and whether it was avoidable or not. Day 0 defects are not eligible but my understanding is that other defects are especially where the airline should have had sufficient contingency in place which might include carrying replacement parts at remote stations. I took Norwegian to court on this exact issue and won hence my knowledge.
Autumn Flight Sale to the USA from £222 return: Boston, NYC, Vegas, California & more @ Norwegian Air / Holiday Pirates
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For a first visit in winter I'd fly into LA do Hollywood and maybe Disneyland then drive onto Vegas for a few days.

As someone who's been to all of those destinations listed with flights, the first thing I'd say is to consider the weather. If it was in the middle of summer I'd say San Fran or New York. But for the flight dates, I'd probably say LA and hire a car. A couple of days in the city itself, then down to San D, out to Vegas, up to San Fran and finish with a drive down through Big Sur.

LA is ok but once you've been to Hollywood, Beverly Hills, Venice beach that's it. Downtown is very bland, and Santa Monica is a complete waste of time. Vegas is absolutely amazing with so much more to do than gamble. A city unlike ANYWHERE else in the world. Not been to ny or Florida yet.

EdWasHere1 h, 33 m ago

Very, very, VERY tempting...this'll be our first time to America if I go …Very, very, VERY tempting...this'll be our first time to America if I go with this deal but which doy'all prefer? NY, LA, Florida or Las Vegas? Kinda want to go to them all but don't have the time to do them all in one go, at least not enjoyably.

LA Venice and Santa Monica

EdWasHere1 m ago

Very, very, VERY tempting...this'll be our first time to America if I go …Very, very, VERY tempting...this'll be our first time to America if I go with this deal but which doy'all prefer? NY, LA, Florida or Las Vegas? Kinda want to go to them all but don't have the time to do them all in one go, at least not enjoyably.


NY or LA, but probably NY.
RETURN flights from Gatwick to New York from £259.80 / Edinburgh to New York £241 / Belfast to New York from £203.44 @ Norwegian Air
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stevenhp198723 m ago

I bought them a couple monthes ago.Arriving at EWR (Virgin Atlantic), …I bought them a couple monthes ago.Arriving at EWR (Virgin Atlantic), arriving back with Delta from JFK.They come/go on offer every now and then. Check Momomdo and SkyScanner when Virgin website has a sale, as they are generally cheaper with travel agents.e.g. Current Virgin Atlantic sale is £359 return flights to Orlando.A quick search on Momomdo for random dates (sat 3rd feb to sat 10th feb) shows right now Virgin Atlantic return from lhr to jfk for £368http://www.momondo.co.uk/flightsearch/?Search=true&TripType=2&SegNo=2&SO0=LON&SD0=JFK&SDP0=03-02-2018&SO1=JFK&SD1=LON&SDP1=10-02-2018&AD=1&TK=ECO&DO=false&NA=false¤cy=GBPp.s. Hit "direct" on the side, there are a few options, the one's I can see are all Virgin flights (not Delta)[Image] [Image] I've never flown Norwegian because you can always get a good airline (Virgin, BA etc) for the same price when you add luggage and food.


Good prices strange one into Newark with virgin most seem to be JFK cheap though
Momomdo looks good site
Orlando £359 very cheap we got flight with thomson soon for about £350 as prefer Sandford
Actually find thomson better than virgin now their using dreamliner
Used virgin last year but not keen on MCO

0scar2221 h, 3 m ago

Give link for your £360 virgin flights ! been looking for while all seem …Give link for your £360 virgin flights ! been looking for while all seem to be £450 plus and lot operated by Delta Delta hardly have good feedback would rather use Norwegian air Maybe you should post deal for £360 virgin flights I'm sure would get hot


I bought them a couple monthes ago.

Arriving at EWR (Virgin Atlantic), arriving back with Delta from JFK.

They come/go on offer every now and then. Check Momomdo and SkyScanner when Virgin website has a sale, as they are generally cheaper with travel agents.

e.g. Current Virgin Atlantic sale is £359 return flights to Orlando.

A quick search on Momomdo for random dates (sat 3rd feb to sat 10th feb) shows right now Virgin Atlantic return from lhr to jfk for £368

momondo.co.uk/fli…GBP

p.s. Hit "direct" on the side, there are a few options, the one's I can see are all Virgin flights (not Delta)

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I've never flown Norwegian because you can always get a good airline (Virgin, BA etc) for the same price when you add luggage and food.

pps. If you don't care about adding an extra 3 hours. There are some flights that route through Amsterdam or Paris for a couple of hours. These are KLM + Delta flights for £315.
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stevenhp19872nd Aug

Will cost £100pp more to add a meal and luggage each.That could bring the …Will cost £100pp more to add a meal and luggage each.That could bring the total to ~£360 from gatwick... which is how much I paid for Virgin Atlantic flights from Heathrow for later this month - which also include complimentary alcohol on board.Hot if you want to go hand-luggage only, otherwise it's cold.


Give link for your £360 virgin flights ! been looking for while all seem to be £450 plus and lot operated by Delta
Delta hardly have good feedback would rather use Norwegian air
Maybe you should post deal for £360 virgin flights I'm sure would get hot

Skymonkey5 h, 46 m ago

I agree with your point about Heathrow but not everyone wants to fly from …I agree with your point about Heathrow but not everyone wants to fly from Heathrow. The great thing about these airlines, Norwegian, Wow and the like is the ability to offer point to point from smaller airports using smaller aircraft. Why fly from Heathrow if you can fly from Gatwick or Stanstead or Birmingham? Also, why pay for a flight that has baggage included when all you want is a flight? Flexibility and choice is equally as important. Hopefully we'll see flights from Bristol or Cardiff in the not too distant future. It's difficult to be competitive from Heathrow, outside of Heathrow and it's a different ball game. One that will see a lot of competition on the transatlantic market in the coming years.


Yes I agree with all you say. At this price it is worth it if it's your local airport. At 150 it was worth traveling from the Midlands. Bristol or Birmingham next would be great.

I enjoy not paying for food and luggage.

I imagine the small airports the other end make immigration and transport to the centre pretty easy.

Let's hope with these more economical small aircraft that it does continue.

happenstance3 h, 7 m ago

I'm going next week but paid 150 for it. It's just about worth it as will …I'm going next week but paid 150 for it. It's just about worth it as will visit family in Edinburgh on the way.Considering 350 is about Heathrow price including drinks and a more central airport i don't see why this is so hot for 250.Re the bus someone said to book it, I haven't done that as I thought it would be difficult to book the right time. Are there regular shuttle buses? Or will it be just one busy for the whole plane going into NYC?Hopefully I'll be ok as I'm hand luggage so there should still be walk on bus tickets to be had by the time I'm though.


I agree with your point about Heathrow but not everyone wants to fly from Heathrow.

The great thing about these airlines, Norwegian, Wow and the like is the ability to offer point to point from smaller airports using smaller aircraft. Why fly from Heathrow if you can fly from Gatwick or Stanstead or Birmingham?

Also, why pay for a flight that has baggage included when all you want is a flight? Flexibility and choice is equally as important.

Hopefully we'll see flights from Bristol or Cardiff in the not too distant future. It's difficult to be competitive from Heathrow, outside of Heathrow and it's a different ball game. One that will see a lot of competition on the transatlantic market in the coming years.
Return flight from London to San Francisco (March 2018) £294.80 @ Norwegian
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£315 to Oakland from Manchester inc luggage meals, seen it on holiday pirates

Hire a car, Yosemite, skiing, then down to Death Valley for a warm up, across to Las Vegas and a trip out to the Grand Canyon.

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plebbygiraffe

It varies. It can be anything between £35-70 more than the LowFare … It varies. It can be anything between £35-70 more than the LowFare price.Anything above £50 is cheaper via Norwegian direct - but do remember you get 2 bags, not 1 and the likes of Expedia offer hotel discounts when booking flights together.



Right, so you can save up to £15 per ticket. Thanks for the info.

Do you know if you choose seats when booking with Expedia? Since it's 11h flight, it would be good to sit together preferably with some extra leg room.

TomMal34 m ago

When I compare prices for LGW to SFO between Experia and Norwegian, I …When I compare prices for LGW to SFO between Experia and Norwegian, I don't see a discount.For 22/03 to 03/04 I get £294.80 (£394.80 for the LowFare+) on Norwegian and £399.60 on Experia.


It varies. It can be anything between £35-70 more than the LowFare price.

Anything above £50 is cheaper via Norwegian direct - but do remember you get 2 bags, not 1 and the likes of Expedia offer hotel discounts when booking flights together.

plebbygiraffe1 h, 23 m ago

Expedia is the cheapest reputable outlet. There are others, but they're …Expedia is the cheapest reputable outlet. There are others, but they're only a few £ cheaper and do not offer hotel discounts when booking flights.This page on Norwegian's travel agent site explains what you get https://agent.norwegian.com/uk/travel-info-and-how-to-book/reservation-procedure/q-surcharge/You basically get the LowFare+ ticket.If you're still unsure, Air New Zealand is £360 as someone posted above.Edit: eDreams book direct, as they do with all low cost carriers so you won't get the extras with them.


Very insightful thank you for taking the time. Im looking to go away next year with my wife so doing one ticket with Expedia, and one with Norwegian (Just reserve seats) will save me a few ££ thanks again
P.s I tried a ticket to new york and it was a larger 'jump' in price, guess it varies by route / bookings
March/April USA Flights from £139.90pp One Way @ Norweigan
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Flew with Norwegian to New York, return from Boston last year. We had our outbound flights changed to Wamos Air (a Spanish company i believe), but this was hardly a bad thing. There was no in-flight entertainment (who doesn't have a phone/tablet nowadays?), but we did get free meals. I'm 6ft 14stone and the seats were a little tight, but you get what you pay for.

The return trip was with a Norwegian Dreamliner - the best plane I've flown on. We went for the lowfare price, and I just bought a sandwich in the airport before the flight for $6, this easily lasted me the whole night flight.

From my experience I'd recommend Norwegian to the states. My friend has flown to Norway and had a similarly great experience.

diktiomenos

For domestic or intra-european flights (circa 3 hours or so), yes. But … For domestic or intra-european flights (circa 3 hours or so), yes. But flying from Gatwick to the US west coast (e.g. LAX or SFO) takes a lot longer.



Yes, but nothing stopping you getting a couple of meal deals out of Boots before you get on the plane.

scottishpunter

I would happily have a cheaper fare without food - its always terrible on … I would happily have a cheaper fare without food - its always terrible on a plane.


For domestic or intra-european flights (circa 3 hours or so), yes. But flying from Gatwick to the US west coast (e.g. LAX or SFO) takes a lot longer.

One Norwegian route to avoid for the next year is Gatwick to Fort Lauderdale. FLL is experiencing horrendous delays on arrivals until a new terminal is finished. Up to 5 hours from touchdown to leaving the terminal (!) according to SKYTRAX reviews.

I flew with Norwegian from Gatwick to LA return in August 2014. Excellent flight and service and we paid about £450 each. Shame the plane looks like a dog's doo daa!
Gatwick- Orlando £274 each - 2 adults and 1 child for a total price of £822 @ Norwegian air
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Return flights from Gatwick to Orando Feb 2018 including during half term. I have booked these myself for 2 adults and 1 child for a total price of £822 or £274 each. These are fl… Read more

jonl

Does anyone know when Norweigan are due to release their fares to Orlando … Does anyone know when Norweigan are due to release their fares to Orlando for April 2018 onwards?



​they have been released a few days ago. be quick the one flight has gone up £300 in 2 days

I've just booked Christmas and new year only £819 all in !!! Virgin same dates 1600

dbizal

Remember to post any deals ;)Looking at going in November also - just … Remember to post any deals ;)Looking at going in November also - just waiting for the right price. Currently £777 for flights and 2 weeks accommodation at Clarion Inn Lake Buena Vista.




Just paid 1580 for 3 of us though Thomson although that was only for a week in the avanti resort...at coco key it was only £1600 ish for 2 weeks...

Touringplans.com is what you want if your hitting the parks. Saved me so much time
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bexg4

I booked 13-27th although I think the addition of a child brought the … I booked 13-27th although I think the addition of a child brought the price down some.


Just checked and this is still the same price
New York, Boston and Conneticut return from £164 (Flights from June 2017 - March 2018)
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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 2… Read more
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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.

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.

Farmer Jack to a King

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.

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
New York from Belfast/Edinburgh from £173.30 return (Inc NYE) Norwegian Air
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Been checking flights to new York for months now and just refreshed to find an offer that i have not had emailed by Norwegian. I think this is a heads up for a deal they have not e… Read more

Whilst I'm dreading the flight (the 737Max is apparently a new plane with no 1st class and no in board flight entertainment) the alternative is to drive from Belfast to Dublin and pay £2,000 more for a family of 5 on Aer Lingus. So I'm massively grateful for the price.

lichi

Norwegian air is the worst airline ever , no inflight entertainment , … Norwegian air is the worst airline ever , no inflight entertainment , Food awful , stewards rude, seats tiny, may be cheap flights but service is terrible , have a look on tripadvisor for reviews



Maybe you should have done that before flying with them?

Comments like this really wind me up you could have easily researched the plane they would use for your route before booking to check on thinks like in flight entertainment, and seat pitch. I know I did and flew with them from Gatwick to New York on the dream liner and they were fantastic.
Free in flight entertainment, loads of room, friendly staff, and all at a price much lower than the big airlines.

No complaints from me

lichi

Norwegian air is the worst airline ever , no inflight entertainment , … Norwegian air is the worst airline ever , no inflight entertainment , Food awful , stewards rude, seats tiny, may be cheap flights but service is terrible , have a look on tripadvisor for reviews



I am sorry but I have to disagree. I have went with Norwegian a few times and think they are excellent. They have free on-board WiFi which was excellent while flying and I could talk to my friends on Facebook and even checked out for deals on HUKD. There was far more legroom that either Easyjet or Ryanair and the cabin crew were all very nice. Not sure about the food as we always take our own food on with us. We are booked to go to NYC in Jan with them from Edinburgh, We are going 5 days to NYC then 9 days to Orlando before heading back to Edinburgh.

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lichi3 h, 52 m ago

Norwegian air is the worst airline ever , no inflight entertainment , …Norwegian air is the worst airline ever , no inflight entertainment , Food awful , stewards rude, seats tiny, may be cheap flights but service is terrible , have a look on tripadvisor for reviews


At the end of the day its a budget airline, if you want all those things Its best to go BA and pay the extra for all those items.
Last flight I flew with them, I was impressed to discover they have free WiFi throughout the flight, I have never had free WiFi on any other flight, I've only seen it as a pay service before.

Its easy to take your own entertainment to cover a 7 hour flight these days and honestly my entertainment will be better than anything on an in-flight system.

tanked

Guess we're going to New York! Thanks! This site ... costs me a fortune … Guess we're going to New York! Thanks! This site ... costs me a fortune :)They're looking to charge £20 for seat reservation each way so for us 5 that would be £200! I really need to be seated with the kids - should I cough up or should it be fine?



When you arrive at the airport you can just ask for seats together. If you arrive 2 or 3 hours before departure it should not be a problem at all.
Norwegian airlines - FLASH SALE - Starts 15th May
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It was a bit of a disappointment last time. Although if you don't hadn't specific dates/destinations I'm sure you can pick up a good deal. I believe it'll be from more bases than… Read more
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darren9030

Better than thinking Man Utd


I like them too, sorry

humanracer

Seems to be quite popular on Facebook with lots being tagged. Some … Seems to be quite popular on Facebook with lots being tagged. Some assuming flights are TO NORWAY for some reason (maybe the airline name?)


Nope, booking TFS, about 40% cheaper, than usual, but ever so little seats left... might have to fly over with different airline

Seems to be quite popular on Facebook with lots being tagged. Some assuming flights are TO NORWAY for some reason (maybe the airline name?)

Norwegian air making Amazon lightning deals look good.

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From Belfast: 6 Nights in New York March 2018, Times Square Hotel £493.07 @ Norwegian/Yotel
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New York on a budget from Belfast. Here is a nice trip for March 2018. Ideal for those that want to plan ahead and March is a lovely time to visit New York, I went last year for my… Read more
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carolineat46

I went to New York via Norwegian Air 2 years ago, never ever again . … I went to New York via Norwegian Air 2 years ago, never ever again . Everything was charged for including blankets as return journey was at night, drinks, food , headphones & seats. I would expect to do this on short haul budget airlines not on long haul, one lady asked for water to take tablets and they charged $10 for that as well, the flights weren't cheap either 850.00 pr person. Am going again this year but with Virgin



Thanks for the heads up, have only ever flown short haul with them and they've been fine. I like a few comforts long haul.

I went to New York via Norwegian Air 2 years ago, never ever again . Everything was charged for including blankets as return journey was at night, drinks, food , headphones & seats. I would expect to do this on short haul budget airlines not on long haul, one lady asked for water to take tablets and they charged $10 for that as well, the flights weren't cheap either 850.00 pr person. Am going again this year but with Virgin
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Interesting read about Norwegian and Stewart airport
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Norwegian - Gatwick to Singapore from £179.90 one way
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Got this today: We are thrilled to announce our first Asian non-stop route from London: Singapore! Not only will we fly you non-stop to The Lion City on our comfortable, modern Bo… Read more
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bringbring

Clearly you've never flown with them. Perhaps you haven't heard much … Clearly you've never flown with them. Perhaps you haven't heard much about them because they are based in Asia? I would honestly rate them right at the top as far as comfort, service and food goes (Qantas being my gold standard).Better than these I've flown:EmiratesEtihadVirginKLMLufthansaMalaysiaAir Italiaand of course all the budget and regional carriers in europe, asia, australia & america I've been on...



I only looked at your top 3 and then laughed! You will find Emirates, Etihad and Virgin have and all won more awards than Thai and board more than 3 times the amount of passengers. And yes I've flown on them all, Singapore being one of the best!

leechy010

Never heard anyone describe Thai airways as a proper airline



Clearly you've never flown with them. Perhaps you haven't heard much about them because they are based in Asia? I would honestly rate them right at the top as far as comfort, service and food goes (Qantas being my gold standard).

Better than these I've flown:
Emirates
Etihad
Virgin
KLM
Lufthansa
Malaysia
Air Italia

and of course all the budget and regional carriers in europe, asia, australia & america I've been on...

Edited by: "bringbring" 24th Apr 2017

bringbring

okay but not that great, you can get it for this price with a proper … okay but not that great, you can get it for this price with a proper airline if you look out for it.Tiks to Australia often pop up for £500-550 return on thai airways for example



Never heard anyone describe Thai airways as a proper airline

manbearpig

It's good for a 2-3 days. I certainly wouldn't recommend going there for … It's good for a 2-3 days. I certainly wouldn't recommend going there for a 2 week holiday. It's incredibly expensive, in particular hotels and drinks. Food can be reasonable, but can also cost as much as Europe.The flight price isn't particularly great as people have already mentioned. But if you're just using Singapore as a hub, it's great because air asia can take you to some very exotic and beautiful places in Indonesia and Malaysia, where money goes much further.



exactly, prices are generally OK depending on where you go, but booze is extremely expensive!!

I never liked the place - I guess if you want a very mild, westernized introduction to SE Asia its good. But there are much, much more interesting places to visit nearby

jimbo23

Been there twice - absolute amazing place.



It's good for a 2-3 days. I certainly wouldn't recommend going there for a 2 week holiday. It's incredibly expensive, in particular hotels and drinks. Food can be reasonable, but can also cost as much as Europe.

The flight price isn't particularly great as people have already mentioned. But if you're just using Singapore as a hub, it's great because air asia can take you to some very exotic and beautiful places in Indonesia and Malaysia, where money goes much further.
Easter Sale starts tomorrow 12 April 00:01 GMT @ Norwegian
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Just got an email from Norwegian about their Easter sale. I was able to grab some bargains last year, hope for even better deals this year. Our Easter Sale starts tomorrow 12 Apr… Read more

PalG

Where were you traveling from and to? im unsure of whether to book with … Where were you traveling from and to? im unsure of whether to book with them for long distance flight...


From Gatwick to JFK , and JFK back to Gatwick on both flights we were so disappointed with it all , no onflight entertainment - no TVS to watch films , food was awful , all the cabin crew were spanish , they never spoke much english , seats tiny no legroom , sent email to Norwegian to complain they said they had sent a text to tell us we would be on WAMOS , we did not get any text , terrible service , would never fly with them again .

Does anyone know what sort of savings or fares we are talking about? Cannot be £1 fare as the deal suggests.

Where were you traveling from and to? im unsure of whether to book with them for long distance flight...

We booked with Norwegian airlines , without telling us we were put onto another airline called WAMOS , worst company we have ever flown with, never again , if you are thinking about booking with Norwegian ask if they are going to put you onto WAMOS because if they are DONT BOOK
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