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Return flight from Edinburgh to Toronto £160 / Birmingham to New York £169 @ Skyscanner / WeDoFlights
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Return flight from Edinburgh to Toronto £160 / Birmingham to New York £169 @ Skyscanner / WeDoFlights

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Posted 29th Oct

This deal is expired. Here are some options that might interest you:

You can currently get some amazing fares to various locations in the US and Canada from some of the regional airports. I've set the link so it should be easy to find the cheap fares at Skyscanner. Flights are typically operated by Air France (a few are operated by Delta) with nearly all of the flights involving a stop in each direction in Paris (CDG). Hand luggage only and move quickly as these fares will not last for long. Example dates are given below but there are more available (it is easiest to use Skyscanner to search for more dates). There are also many more destinations available too (e.g Miami, Boston) from various airports.


Example dates (Edinburgh to Toronto):
15th - 25th Feb (£182)
6th - 20th Mar
7th - 21st Mar
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Example dates (Birmingham to New York) - book via TravelUp as cheaper:
28th Jan - 2nd Feb
6th - 10th Feb
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KingOfKingsYNWA29/10/2019 07:01

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Prob a time and a place for that and on someone else’s deal who they took time and effort to post isn’t the best one. Anyways thanks OP for the deal. Looks like a good one. Stay positive peeps.
Hot, good price
Open jaw flights from Edinburgh to Toronto and then back from Boston are also roughly the same price.
Can anyone see either London or Manchester to New York??
any flight to America is a deal to me
I had a terrible time with Air France last year I had booked assistance as I can’t walk far without pain. Arrived in CDG, no wheelchair. Asked in french, waste of time, were told I’d have to walk one long walk, one train ride and another long walk and I reached my connecting flight with just a few minutes spare I was in agony and crying by then the aircrew were lovely, but CDG staff are terrible. Coming back through CDG was almost as bad - this time, the assistance was there, but I was abandoned near the checkin desk, and he refused to board me. It’s a good job I speak french, as I ended up having to raise my voice and demand he did his job and board me before everyone else, as I struggle to walk down the isles of planes even when they’re empty.
Think hard about booking if you need assistance, as you’re not likely to get it
Of course, just when I'm sending my passport off to get renewed Great find!
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