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London to Boston Direct Return Flights (September and October dates) from £183 @ Primera Air
Found 30th AugFound 30th Aug
London to Boston Direct Return Flights (September and October dates) from £183 @ Primera Air
£183£30039%Primera air Deals
Spotted a number of direct return flights to Boston from £183 in October and September, flying from London Stansted Sample dates below, worth playing around as there's more: - 7… Read more
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Can I have the lottery numbers for tomorrow please ;)


Any tips for Kempton tomorrow?


Oh no!


Flew to Toronto and from Boston in July ... the worst airline i have even been with. Appalling customer service from their contact centre, change of planes and seats we had booked together got separated ... upgraded to premium and you still get no extras on the plane, didnt event get back the £90 i had already paid for extra legroom seats even though they promised i would in Boston. Go with Norwegian if you want low cost ... avoid this business, i personally dont think that they will last on UK routes based upon this years disastrous launch in to the UK market and based upon my experience i hope they fail, they dont deserve to be in business.


They pulled out of BHX and I'm not sure I'd be confident of them being around next year. Anyone doing this should book cancellable hotels and book the first night/cpl of nights on a different booking to the rest of the nights so if you have to do a cancellation on the day, losses will be minimised.

Return flight Birmingham to New York £220 @ Primera air
Found 22nd AprFound 22nd Apr
Return flight Birmingham to New York £220 @ Primera air
Primera Air will fly you from Birmingham to New York and back in May for just £220. I'm sure it will be no frills at this price and it only includes up to 10kg of luggage but it wa… Read more
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mb1 Great option from Euston on Virgin Trains too (or LNWT if you're not in a rush). Actually, these flights are probably cheaper than a Virgin train.


Yes, I've been before and it's a great place to be to escape the 24 hour madness of Manhattan. I looked carefully to find somewhere very close to main transport links which avoids us having to walk anywhere in the dark and/or off main routes. Had my share of tiny Manhattan hotel rooms with a view of a wall.


That some of their new services have had cancellations is something to take into account. I'm not saying I wouldn't take that deal if I wanted to go to NYC, but I'd want to know the risks and possible downsides.


I think thats the point pay more for more. I guess till we know the price of the these so called alternatives and get a real comparison its just saying this is not a good deal. But the deal says it's not much baggage and it maybe no frills but if it ticks your boxes at the price its a good deal. But i guess to moan about the price would be worthwhile if people had a example of a so called better deal. The ones ivr read arnt making points just moaning hence my comment. But this site is all about helping others find deals so would be great to know what price difference we are talking about.


The point people are making is you can fly with Norwegian or Thomas Cook to JFK for not a lot more and the product both offer is vastly superior. Norwegian don’t charge much if you want a meal or hold bags, thomas cook fares maybe slightly higher but include both. If you are really ok with hand baggage only, no food or entertainment and non existent customer service book away. The main factor for me would be what Airport was most convenient at either end, Gatwick, Manchester or Birmingham in the UK and JFK or EWR in the USA

Found 9th MarFound 9th Mar
Looking through i know its a mad one but one way flights from new york to birmingham for £72 or return flights from £221 seen birmingham is a new route but plenty of dates also
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MS Titanic


If it seems to good to be true, it is. Crap outfit with origins in Latvia. No interline arrangements either when things go wrong (and they often will


It isn't actually that cheap. The fare price of your actual seat (price minus taxes and fees) at current conversion is ~£46.92. A quick search for a Virgin Atlantic return leg flight shows a fare price of £49 and BA £57.




Good luck traveling to New York on a one way ticket!!!

BIRMINGHAM TO NEW YORK FLIGHTS RETURN £221 (plenty of dates available) @ Primera Air
Found 9th MarFound 9th Mar
BIRMINGHAM TO NEW YORK FLIGHTS RETURN £221 (plenty of dates available) @ Primera Air
Just been looking through some ideas and come across this couldn't believe it, plenty of dates to look at, even in the summer holidays,
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Yup. I lived in New York city. Does that count?


Booked, under £600 for 2 with XL seats flying out Thursday, back Monday. Thanks


not with Uber


Newark is a perfectly reasonable option for New York. Certainly at least as good as Gatwick is for London. As bozo said, take the train. Traffic through the tunnels can be horrible if you try to go by cab/bus.

Flight from New York to London only £75 from PrimeraAir
Found 28th Nov 2017Found 28th Nov 2017
Flight from New York to London only £75 from PrimeraAir
Been putting together a USA tour for the wife and I next year and have stumbled across an incredible price for a flight back to London from New York. Leaving Newark Airport at 10:… Read more
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It didn't even occur to me to look at Eurostar. I'm flying from Manchester to Paris the night before so I have a leisurely start. Cheap flight, cheap hotel. Still quids in. Thanks though. Loving these secret flight websites people are adding.


It was a special fare that Qatar ran at the start of the year. They don't do it often and it's probably not repeatable to Tokyo! That said, a good starting point for a heads up about that sort of discount is SecretFlying.Com. Also have a look at


If you use eurostar snap website you can get to Paris for £25 and not even have to fly. Plus it is quicker after you factor in time saved getting to ebbsfllet or St pancreas, security is a bit quicker, no baggage carasel etc...


How did you find that??? Wow.


Jacks Flight Club

From Birmingham: Direct Flights to New York & 6 Nights nr Times Square June 2018 £1028.93 £514.96pp @ Primera Air
Found 25th Sep 2017Found 25th Sep 2017
From Birmingham: Direct Flights to New York & 6 Nights nr Times Square June 2018 £1028.93 £514.96pp @ Primera Air
This is a great value stay for New York in June. Premiera Air has direct flights from Birmingham to New York. This trip is based on leaving on Saturday 9th June and returning on F… Read more
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I am planning to take her to all the usual touristy places. I’ve been twice before but this will be her first(and probably last for a while with all the walking (lol) ) xx


I searched on skyscanner and it was booked with netflights-my youngest will just turn 11 when we go xx


I really want to visit the USA, have done for years but as I have a large family I believed it would be too expensive. My youngest will be 9 yrs old in 2018 and would worry there would be little for her to enjoy in New York. Anyone travelled there with kids maybe know more than me? Btw rachelandgromit you post some brilliant holiday deals.


Who did you book with please?


Thank you! I will go and do that now :) oh I didn’t know that about AIRBNB 😳 xx

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Return Direct Flights to New York from Birmingham or London - INCLUDES MAY HALF TERM @ Primera Air
Found 21st Jul 2017Found 21st Jul 2017
Return Direct Flights to New York from Birmingham or London - INCLUDES MAY HALF TERM @ Primera Air
Primera Air have just added a new route to their airline! They are direct flights to New York - Newark (EWR) from Birmingham International (BHX) or Stansted Airport (STN) Prices … Read more

Seem to be good prices although from London to Boston on dates I check Norwegian was cheaper when factoring in luggage and seat selection.



If you can live with not being right in the throng of Manhatten, and want to save a packet on hotels, I highly suggest people look at staying in Long Island City (LIC), in the borough of Queens. It is about 3-4 (10 mins) stops on the subway to Central Park and similar to Time Square. It is a bit like staying in Zone 2 of London. You also get some amazing views of Manhattan, across the river. There are a number of budget chain hotels like Quality Inn, Best Western, Howard Johnson, Days Inn and La Quinta. I have stayed at the Nesva and Quality Inn hotels, and they offer good quality rooms with private bathrooms and free breakfast and no more than 5 -10 mins from the subway that runs 24 hours. The area is quite industrialised, so not pretty, but felt very safe walking on my own in the neighbourhood.


Just booked 12-19th May for £255 after card charges etc, friend lives in Manhatton, cheers OP!


Don't believe everything you read. I used airbnb last time I was there, did my homework on the location and with the renter and worked out perfectly. I'm sure many many others have had exactly the same experience too. Also rejected by some renters as my feedback wasn't high enough being a new user, which suggests they are likely professional renters and looking for those who are reliable.