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From Belfast: One way flights to America from £79 one way - Norwegian Air
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30/09/2018Expires on 30/09/2018Found 2nd AugFound 2nd Aug
This seems a slight reduction on precious prices, from £79pp one way for September.
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Adult

Great deal. The thread looks a lot better now that most of the idiots' comments have been swept-aside too. HOT

Fotune

BOOK AT YOUR OWN RISK To those who are concidering flying with Norwegian first the positives the Planes are new and perfect flight attendants are professional and nice but that's all. Certain very important things to note is if something goes wrong you are on your own no joke, inn the USA they don't have ground staff and they don't pick up the phone. I was flying from Chicago to London when I went to check in for my flight i was told that norwegian had sent the wrong plane and therefore they were downgrading me to economy because premium was full although i was the second person to check in and online wasn't working. I demanded to speak to someone the check in staff said I should e mail or call as they did not have anyone local. I asked if the meal I ordered was going to be available to me because of dietary requirements they said yes however when time came for the meal i was informed that they don't serve food in economy unless it's ordered on the system which did not have anything I could eat cut the story short I had Orange juice and water for the 8hrs but if I was told about it I would have brought something with me. When I got back i wrote to Norwegian who did not reply for 4 weeks untill I sent a threatening letter saying I will recover my money through the credit card company they wrote back and said well it's in the terms and conditions that we can downgrade you at will they refunded me 300 out of a £1000 ticket and that was it. So for those who go long haul on this may the good Lord be with you because if something goes wrong that's all you will have. In short Norwegian are worse than Ryanair and wizz put together. You have been warned!

mcmdg

It's not often we get something that the rest of the UK doesn't :p

sweetsoundings

Just booked this, got the £39 return tickets last September and flew into Stewart. Tiny airport, relaxed and friendly airport staff (have never experienced a nicer customs anywhere let alone US) choice of 3 rental car companies in lobby, no regrets whatsoever. Brilliant Belfast deal. Headed upstate in a rental jeep and had the best time ever hiking in the adirondacks. £160 each return return for something 8 weeks away is fabulous even treated ourselves to 1 suitcase on the return journey for £25 so we can buy a load of stuff (Woodbury common very close to airport for a quick last minute stop before evening flight) what more could you want?! I’m stoked

adz19

Until they go bust. Basically Freddie Laker.

One way flight from Singapore to London Gatwick [October departures] £93.11 (Norweigan Airlines)
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Yes I know this is only a one way flight, but this may make an excellent last flight back to the UK from an Asian / round the world tour. Singles to Singapore start from ~ £180, so… Read more
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Fotune

BOOK AT YOUR OWN RISK To those who are concidering flying with Norwegian first the positives the Planes are new and perfect flight attendants are professional and nice but that's all. Certain very important things to note is if something goes wrong you are on your own no joke, inn the USA they don't have ground staff and they don't pick up the phone. I was flying from Chicago to London when I went to check in for my flight i was told that norwegian had sent the wrong plane and therefore they were downgrading me to economy because premium was full although i was the second person to check in and online wasn't working. I demanded to speak to someone the check in staff said I should e mail or call as they did not have anyone local. I asked if the meal I ordered was going to be available to me because of dietary requirements they said yes however when time came for the meal i was informed that they don't serve food in economy unless it's ordered on the system which did not have anything I could eat cut the story short I had Orange juice and water for the 8hrs but if I was told about it I would have brought something with me. When I got back i wrote to Norwegian who did not reply for 4 weeks untill I sent a threatening letter saying I will recover my money through the credit card company they wrote back and said well it's in the terms and conditions that we can downgrade you at will they refunded me 300 out of a £1000 ticket and that was it. So for those who go long haul on this may the good Lord be with you because if something goes wrong that's all you will have. In short Norwegian are worse than Ryanair and wizz put together. You have been warned!

Fotune

Be very careful and have a back up plan if you fly norwegian they over book and they don't have their own staff at the airport so when something goes wrong you are on your own,they never pick up phone calls and takes weeks to reply to emails be warned! Jets are nice and new space is tight in economy and they also over sell the premium seats then down grade you with no notice

cundall

doubt it, yes they have lots of debt, but they are turning down AIG when they tried to buy them - always wise to buy on a credit card though...

Fluffffyy

Good deal

Fox_meister

These will be out of business by the end of year, make sure you pay by CC and round it up to £100

London Gatwick to New York JFK £135.00pp @ Norwegian Air
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Just got an email saying that Norwegian Air have one way flights to New York JFK for £134.90 using code LASTMINUTE2018 . There are a few terms: Must book by 11th June 2018 (Mo… Read more
speighty101

it might be worth looking on https://www.kayak.co.uk/ if you already haven't

giggsmp

Shame I have already booked my summer holiday

kpmatthews

It’s much later in the year. I found them on Skyscanner for £287 but went with £300 to avoid any dodgy third party brokers

xfirebladex

Do you have dates for this? I can't seem to find a flight for these dates less than £4000!

hoggs

Momondo.co.uk Have calendar & chart view to see prices. Regularly cheaper than Skyscanner now. But as always, try a few to get the best price.

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London Gatwick to Oakland San Francisco £154.90pp one way @ Norwegian air
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Loved flying with Norwegian Airlines. Really comfy for a budget airline and some great prices. Spotted Gatwick to Oakland San Francisco direct for £154.90 in May.
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Cyrus

i wish this was the price for san diego or Phoenix ... never is

jimlad21

i did a china town bus for 10 bucks from boston to new york, then same again from NYC to Washington, then hired a car and drove 600+ miles to North Carolina, was a fun time when i was a youngster

jambone

LA is south of San Francisco and southwest airlines is cheap as chips. Depending on the day and time, you can get one way tickets from about $39

Andy_

good price

Deal4Me91

Cheapest way of getting up to Los Angeles from here? Fancy 3 days in San Fran 3 in LA.

Norweigan Air St Patricks Weekend Sale "Non-stop flights from £120*"
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*Selected routes from London, Edinburgh & Belfast. Subject to availability. Travel from 15/04 to 31/05/18 & 05/09 to 31/10/18 excl. weekends, school & public holidays… Read more
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Fotune

BOOK AT YOUR OWN RISK To those who are concidering flying with Norwegian first the positives the Planes are new and perfect flight attendants are professional and nice but that's all. Certain very important things to note is if something goes wrong you are on your own no joke, inn the USA they don't have ground staff and they don't pick up the phone. I was flying from Chicago to London when I went to check in for my flight i was told that norwegian had sent the wrong plane and therefore they were downgrading me to economy because premium was full although i was the second person to check in and online wasn't working. I demanded to speak to someone the check in staff said I should e mail or call as they did not have anyone local. I asked if the meal I ordered was going to be available to me because of dietary requirements they said yes however when time came for the meal i was informed that they don't serve food in economy unless it's ordered on the system which did not have anything I could eat cut the story short I had Orange juice and water for the 8hrs but if I was told about it I would have brought something with me. When I got back i wrote to Norwegian who did not reply for 4 weeks untill I sent a threatening letter saying I will recover my money through the credit card company they wrote back and said well it's in the terms and conditions that we can downgrade you at will they refunded me 300 out of a £1000 ticket and that was it. So for those who go long haul on this may the good Lord be with you because if something goes wrong that's all you will have. In short Norwegian are worse than Ryanair and wizz put together. You have been warned!

ricardasgudkovas

belfast to providence in april Skyscanner shows 185

flipper118

Great thanks (highfive)

flipper118

Then you stand corrected (ninja)

fedex1401

As I understood it you clicked on the link to see the destinations(skeptical)

******Around the World Flights 39 days ( Hawaii, Sydney, Singapore, Los Angeles, Orlando, New York ) £796pp @ Norweigan air and others
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Done some research looking for a similar deal that i have seen before considering its the May and June i think its not bad considering , Starting off Flying from LONDON Gatwick a… Read more
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Fotune

BOOK AT YOUR OWN RISK To those who are concidering flying with Norwegian first the positives the Planes are new and perfect flight attendants are professional and nice but that's all. Certain very important things to note is if something goes wrong you are on your own no joke, inn the USA they don't have ground staff and they don't pick up the phone. I was flying from Chicago to London when I went to check in for my flight i was told that norwegian had sent the wrong plane and therefore they were downgrading me to economy because premium was full although i was the second person to check in and online wasn't working. I demanded to speak to someone the check in staff said I should e mail or call as they did not have anyone local. I asked if the meal I ordered was going to be available to me because of dietary requirements they said yes however when time came for the meal i was informed that they don't serve food in economy unless it's ordered on the system which did not have anything I could eat cut the story short I had Orange juice and water for the 8hrs but if I was told about it I would have brought something with me. When I got back i wrote to Norwegian who did not reply for 4 weeks untill I sent a threatening letter saying I will recover my money through the credit card company they wrote back and said well it's in the terms and conditions that we can downgrade you at will they refunded me 300 out of a £1000 ticket and that was it. So for those who go long haul on this may the good Lord be with you because if something goes wrong that's all you will have. In short Norwegian are worse than Ryanair and wizz put together. You have been warned!

Madchester

Very expensive destinations once there.

aw08

you a Star well done .....

Godsnafu

I can totally relate to that, you wouldn't believe the number of conversations we've had about hitting the road again. Or completely relocating somewhere warmer - but then I'd have to give up on m daily check-in at HUKD. XD

cdennis1990

This was basically my intention to see that it is affordable to travel the world if you put the effort in, I myself have travelled a fair bit as well the worst part is being back home and just wanting to do it all over again straight away :(

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3 week road trip LA to San Francisco for £1284 (total £2567) including flights, hotels and car hire @ Norwegian Air
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This deal is based on 2 adults flying out of London Gatwick on Wednesday 5th September returning Wednesday 26th September. If these dates aren’t ideal for you, Norwegian offer sim… Read more
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polo03

Amazing price did this last year and there is so much to see and do we ended in Vegas but this is great price for anyone looking to do this. Great effort op

LadyAdy

Hmm. Perhaps it's just Cruise America's policy then. They needed to see our flight details!

termite

What?? Always just walked from baggage collection to car rental desk and driven straight off.

LadyAdy

Heat for huge amount of effort! I've done this trip in an RV with some friends and I couldn't recommend it enough. Be aware that they don't normally let you pick up your car the same day you land though, due to potential jet lag.

Pcw148

Have some heat for a great trip at a great price, did this last year add Yosemite if you can awesome

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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rachelandgromit

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.

generationz

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 ?

kim241

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.

dawnie7

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!

fergee

No not at all, in fact the skiing is usually extra (lift pass, ski hire etc.)

Return Flights Edinburgh to New York £195.40 - Return Flights London Gatwick to New York £239.80 @ Norwegian
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Few cheap return flights to New York Edinburgh to New York £195.40 Fares available for Feb, Mar, Apr, May 18 dates at time of posting Please note that the airport in New York… Read more
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inayatkhanj

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

Baldricky

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.

mtuk1

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

mtuk1

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

obennett01

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

Gatwick-Lanzarote 11Dec-18Dec RTN @ Norwegian
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Some winter sun to perk you up mid winter for Xmas incoming! Campaign code: CYBERMONDAYUK
seaniboy

Lol

FunkiestMonkey

Hope your nuts freeze off. Not jealous mind.

seaniboy

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

seaniboy

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

FunkiestMonkey

Get to Lanzarote mate. Quick

Edinburgh - Boston or Connecticut (Jan-March 2018) (Xmas dates £3-£23 more) RTN @ Norwegian
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Cyber Monday sale apparently campaign code: CYBERMONDAYUK
seaniboy

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 ;)

wildecat

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

fuiseog

Is there a bus service into NYC from either airport, or what are the travel options?

ally1411

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

NewBoots

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.

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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I know Lapland is in demand and I've been keeping an eye on changing flight and accommodation availability and there is this option for November. As it's term time it's only suitab… Read more
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rachelandgromit

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.

sharon.nea

How much does it cost to enter the santa village.

moliv3r

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

Besford

BUT HE DOESN'T EXIST - sorry! (embarrassed)

mikeey84

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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So, Lapland was so popular on the previous deal I posted for a two night stay 22-24 November so I've tried to find some more options reasonably priced. With flights super super exp… Read more
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lidds

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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rachelandgromit

Wow!

futura

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

lauren11384

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

rachelandgromit

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).

rachelandgromit

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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Was just just browsing through different dates when I came across this. The flights are available from Sep-17 to Feb-18. Play around with dates on skyscanner to get the best prices… Read more
Speedbirdjw

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

Petetobin

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?

Speedbirdjw

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

shopaholic8

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.

Petetobin

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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This morning, Norwegian slashed the price of autumn flights to the USA , with return flights to New York, Boston, Florida, California, Vegas and more, now on sale. Prices star… Read more
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rachelduchy

For a first visit in winter I'd fly into LA do Hollywood and maybe Disneyland then drive onto Vegas for a few days.

woldranger

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.

Futurefreak

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.

Gopher42

LA Venice and Santa Monica

t0mm

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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Various dates including Feb/March 2018 + more Example of screenshot - Gatwick Edinburgh Belfast Well worth having a play around with dates/airports you may even find … Read more
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0scar222

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

stevenhp1987

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 http://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=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) 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.

0scar222

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

happenstance

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.

Skymonkey

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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Basic direct low-fare flight. Daily flights so a lot of dates to choose from in similar price range. UPDATE1 - with the correct link. Link to the £284.80 return flight to LA: LI… Read more
roberts432

£315 to Oakland from Manchester inc luggage meals, seen it on holiday pirates

das1969

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.

TomMal

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.

plebbygiraffe

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.

lidds

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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March/April offers live on Norweigan website: One way from: Chicago £179.90 Florida £159.90 Las Vegas £179.90 LA £169.90 Boston £139.90 Denver £179.90 Austin £179.90 San Fran £15… Read more
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Tuscan915

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.

scottishpunter

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

diktiomenos

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.

DonDraper

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.

dabas

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!