PRICE DROP !!! Cheap Open-Jaw Flights to North America with British Airways NOW ONLY €187 (approx. £152)  & up - round trip, taxes incl! @ Holiday Pirates
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PRICE DROP !!! Cheap Open-Jaw Flights to North America with British Airways NOW ONLY €187 (approx. £152) & up - round trip, taxes incl! @ Holiday Pirates

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Found 30th May 2014
**UPDATE** PRICE DROP:

Cheap Open-Jaw Flights to North America with British Airways for only €187 (approx. £152) & up - round trip, taxes incl! *UPDATE*

Interesting opportunity for all travellers who want to see more of North America.

Thanks to open jaw flights provided by British Airways you can fly to several destinations in USA and Canada. Cheap flights are available in November, December 2014 and January, February 2015. It's worth to check few booking sites as every combination is available in the best price on different Online Travel Agency.
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116 Comments

Hi

Want to go to Canada, I live in London what is the best route. Can I just have a direct flight for that price. I don't mind stopping in JFK

Won't your jaw ache if you have to leave it open the whole way?...how much for a closed jaw flight?

niceeee

How about I book the ORY to YUL and LGA to LHR

But I will board on plane in LHR while connecting

Also on the way back I will board on the plane in YUL while connecting.

Is it possible?

Do they provide you with apparatus to make sure your jaw stays open for the entire flight?

siddiqullah16

How about I book the ORY to YUL and LGA to LHRBut I will board on plane … How about I book the ORY to YUL and LGA to LHRBut I will board on plane in LHR while connecting Also on the way back I will board on the plane in YUL while connecting.Is it possible?



No.



callum9999

No.



Why? please explain

callum9999

No.



......queues at airports are just so long now it will take more time to get though the airport security than have a holiday lol


Edited by: "thatscheap" 30th May 2014

thatscheap

......queues at airports are just so long now it will take more time to … ......queues at airports are just so long now it will take more time to get though the airport security than have a holiday lol



Where? I travel frequently and have never seen exceedingly long security lines. Immigration lines in US airports yes, but still that's only a couple of hours worst case scenario. If the holiday isn't worth enduring that, you probably shouldn't be taking it anyway!

siddiqullah16

Why? please explain



Because they'll just cancel your ticket if you don't show up.

For the weak of understanding, "Open Jaw" just means you don't have to use the same airport at both ends of the flight.

For example, in 2012 I went from Manchester to Chicago for a week, but flew back into Heathrow because I wanted to watch my cousin take part in the Paralympics in London.(She won bronze BTW).

The reviews I have read of Airfastickets were really bad.

Anything to Mexico City?

melcarroll

The reviews I have read of Airfastickets were really bad.



I've used them twice over the past few weeks and they seem to have been fine. I booked a set of BA flights and Flybe flights, and in both cases they gave me the booking code to access my bookings on the airline sites instantly. If you need to change anything then I'd imagine it could be a hassle (as it is with all travel agents - it's better to book directly with the airline if you can) but everything seems fine so far.

siddiqullah16

How about I book the ORY to YUL and LGA to LHRBut I will board on plane … How about I book the ORY to YUL and LGA to LHRBut I will board on plane in LHR while connecting Also on the way back I will board on the plane in YUL while connecting.Is it possible?



I'm not sure but I think you might end up in DOH.

Open Jaw transatlantic flight booked via Holiday Pirates ... not exactly filled with confidence of landing in one piece with my jaw intact with this one.oO

With open jaw flights the only leg you are permitted not to use is the final leg, miss any other parts of the flight and they will cancel your flight. For example, returning from Lima we stopped in Madrid then going to London. We only checked into the Lima to Madrid leg and asked for our bags to only be checked into Madrid where we then caught Easyjet back to Manchester (cheaper going Madrid to Manchester than trying to get from LGW back to Manchester).

We are doing the same with the recent open jaw China flight, only going to return to Copenhagen and then go to Manchester from here.

You don't book via holiday pirates you go onto Airfast Tickets and book there. Did this for the China deal and the booking ref let me go to the airline site direct to confirm my booking.

There is also more info on the site flynous.com with some other open jaw flights and dates to America.

rachelandgromit

With open jaw flights the only leg you are permitted not to use is the … With open jaw flights the only leg you are permitted not to use is the final leg, miss any other parts of the flight and they will cancel your flight. For example, returning from Lima we stopped in Madrid then going to London. We only checked into the Lima to Madrid leg and asked for our bags to only be checked into Madrid where we then caught Easyjet back to Manchester (cheaper going Madrid to Manchester than trying to get from LGW back to Manchester).We are doing the same with the recent open jaw China flight, only going to return to Copenhagen and then go to Manchester from here.



So If I complete the ORY to YUL route (which I can without any problem)
Then
I can drop LGA and take the flight from YUL to LHR ( can I do that ?)

These flights are bookable on ba.com, just booked a trip to Miami next year for £200! Great find OP, thanks!

siddiqullah16

So If I complete the ORY to YUL route (which I can without any … So If I complete the ORY to YUL route (which I can without any problem)Then I can drop LGA and take the flight from YUL to LHR ( can I do that ?)


No, the only flight you can drop is the LAST one in any itinerary.

Hi Stacey. Do the deals normally come up for July / august. Thankyou.

Another great post, thanks!

siddiqullah16

HiWant to go to Canada, I live in London what is the best route. Can I … HiWant to go to Canada, I live in London what is the best route. Can I just have a direct flight for that price. I don't mind stopping in JFK



Come on...a bit more info!

Canada is a BIG BIG country! Canadian Affair will probably give you the best flight prices from London. There is no need to stop over anywhere as London services the major Canadian cities.

I have literally no idea of how to find these flights, your description Stacey and Holiday Pirates make no sense to me at all

khufu

I have literally no idea of how to find these flights, your description … I have literally no idea of how to find these flights, your description Stacey and Holiday Pirates make no sense to me at all



Yeah seconded, any further info?

smk77

Come on...a bit more info!Canada is a BIG BIG country! Canadian Affair … Come on...a bit more info!Canada is a BIG BIG country! Canadian Affair will probably give you the best flight prices from London. There is no need to stop over anywhere as London services the major Canadian cities.



Here you go - I prefer going to YUL or toronto, just need cheapest ticket possible. Don't mind a short transit either

What a terrible name for a travel agent! Good find, thanks for posting SunshineStacey!

I picked up a lovely Copenhagen-New York and Boston to Heathrow flight (Oct/Nov) yesterday for £272. Cracking price
Lowest I could find was £242 towards the end of Nov but the dates I got were when I need to be in NY anyway.

Here are a few links that might help those struggling to find availability
here
here
here
Your departure airports all need to different. So it works for Dublin to NYC and Boston to Heathrow. It doesn't seem to work for Dublin to NYC and NYC back to Heathrow. This is usually referred to as a double open jaw flight.

please remember to factor in costs of getting to departure airport, overnight hotel stops if needed etc etc,
These can often bring these sort of deals back to a price not much less than a straight return

Would rather pay extra and just keep it simple

bifbet

please remember to factor in costs of getting to departure airport, … please remember to factor in costs of getting to departure airport, overnight hotel stops if needed etc etc,These can often bring these sort of deals back to a price not much less than a straight return



And can often still leave a cracking deal. We could have done Florida for 10 days for <£200 on this deal with a day spent in Stockholm, returning to London. Timing isn't great for us sadly

I think some of these flight offers (although great) do require some knowledge and perseverance; perhaps more than a lot of the HUKD users want.

Not finding stuff here. Not impressed. Heat removed, clicked cold.

Sniff x

I'm interested in this, but struggling to find some mega cheap fares!

also BA state 'Travel from last stopover must commence no later than midnight 12 months after departure from fare origin.' Does this mean you can stop off in the connecting airport/city for some time?

@bigvince76 what route did you do pls and which dates are so cheap? Thanks in advance x

N1AK

And can often still leave a cracking deal. We could have done Florida for … And can often still leave a cracking deal. We could have done Florida for 10 days for <£200 on this deal with a day spent in Stockholm, returning to London. Timing isn't great for us sadly :(I think some of these flight offers (although great) do require some knowledge and perseverance; perhaps more than a lot of the HUKD users want.



I am very happy to persevere I just literally have no idea where to start! Is the OP suggesting you try putting in EVERY European airport to EVERY American airport there are probably something in the region of 100,000 options. There must be something else I'm missing: how do you know what to start with?

I'm feeling pretty stupid and I am a doctor! Do the 600 + people who have voted this hot really understand what to do and have got cheap flights?

So you basically have to search 1000s of possible flight routes and dates hoping to find a return for a good price, then factor in the cost of getting from your town to the departure airport and back from the return airport? Seems like not such a good deal after all.

Do any of these work the other way start US back to us from Europe?
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