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Return flight from Manchester to Toronto £253 (Nov - Feb departures / Virgin Atlantic) @ Skyscanner / Expedia

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Posted 16th Aug

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Good price for a return flight to Toronto. When searching on Skyscanner for dates ensure you look at the "cheapest" options and not the "best" options. All flights involve one stop in each direction, typically in Atlanta or New York. The Manchester to Atlanta/New York flight is operated by Virgin Atlantic whilst the internal US flight is operated by Delta. Hand luggage only.

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Bit cold
Are You changing terminal due stop? I just wonder if You have to get visa to USA.
Wojtyn16/08/2019 13:32

Are You changing terminal due stop? I just wonder if You have to get visa …Are You changing terminal due stop? I just wonder if You have to get visa to USA.


Yes you will need a ESTA or visa it stops in Atlanta and JFK and don’t forget you need a visa for Canada as well similar to ESTA.
Edited by: "eslick" 16th Aug
Seems like a good price but in February average maximum temperature in toronto is 0 degrees (according to Google)... you'll need more than a hand luggage to pack your winter outfits
eslick16/08/2019 13:34

Yes you will need a ESTA or visa it stops in Atlanta and JFK and don’t f …Yes you will need a ESTA or visa it stops in Atlanta and JFK and don’t forget you need a visa for Canada as well similar to ESTA.


Thanks a lot for Your answer. Cheers mate.
They got some with change in Amsterdam if anyone interested (similar prices).
Edited by: "Wojtyn" 16th Aug
wait... Virgin Atlantic are flying to Toronto again? They gave up the route shortly after 11 Sep 2001... nice to see they're giving it another go... 18 years later.
Virgin are the worst. They excel at terrible products and service ✊💦
robbiecfc212916/08/2019 17:16

Virgin are the worst. They excel at terrible products and service Virgin are the worst. They excel at terrible products and service ✊💦


I’ve flown with Virgin a few times and have always been very happy with the service. The desk agent even gave me an entire row when the flight wasn’t full
Must just be you then.
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Edited by: "robert_adamson" 16th Aug
Great post thanks,Virgin as well great service Better then a budget airline..
marcus12516/08/2019 18:39

Great post thanks,Virgin as well great service Better then a budget …Great post thanks,Virgin as well great service Better then a budget airline..


Virgin is definitely budget service.
Would be bottom of my choice of airlines.
So which airlines are good? I always thought virgin and BA is good
Always had a good experience with virgin. Hot
Good deal, very good in fact - £ vs $ really must be hitting these airlines
Edited by: "bbeettaa" 16th Aug
Not flown with Virgin, but BA are poor based on the one flight I've flown with them. A number of broken or missing seats on the plane, erratic landing too (quite scary).
greedoe16/08/2019 15:41

wait... Virgin Atlantic are flying to Toronto again? They gave up the …wait... Virgin Atlantic are flying to Toronto again? They gave up the route shortly after 11 Sep 2001... nice to see they're giving it another go... 18 years later.


I wouldnt have thought so.
Most likely this is a flight to a US city and a change of plane to a Delta flight to Canada.
robbiecfc212916/08/2019 18:20

Must just be you then. [Image] [Image] [Image] [Image]


Yeah because I’m sure people typically rush online to leave a review when they’ve had a great experience...
Come on man. Start thinking.
darknesskai16/08/2019 20:20

Yeah because I’m sure people typically rush online to leave a review when t …Yeah because I’m sure people typically rush online to leave a review when they’ve had a great experience...Come on man. Start thinking.


Yes but people also rush online to leave a review for good service maybe not so many as the angry ones. All virgin services are poor train plane and especially virgin media
djp2k816/08/2019 20:12

Not flown with Virgin, but BA are poor based on the one flight I've flown …Not flown with Virgin, but BA are poor based on the one flight I've flown with them. A number of broken or missing seats on the plane, erratic landing too (quite scary).


agreed BA are awful - living on past reputation
Can do return with KLM on the Feb half term for ~£202 with KLM!
Hot deal. Haven't been to Canada in a long time but flown to the US 5 times in the last 2 years with Virgin. Excellent service had each time.
Have been to Toronto twice in the past couple of years. Its awesome.
I haven’t flown BA for years and never flown virgin, but my local Chinese has just been voted best Chinese in Cheshire.
Had horrendous experience with the virgin/delta combo last week manc>Atlanta>Pitt and reverse. Got back 24 hours late cos we didn’t fancy the alternative of trying to cross New York to change airports with a 2 year old in tow. They rebooked us a downgrade then blamed each other which took 3 hours of web/phone to try and fix.
Flew with Virgin to Vancouver back in June and in my experience they are by far one of the best airlines I have flown with over many years of travel! Am tempted by these flights, don’t mind the cold and can easily get away with just cabin bags for a week.
robbiecfc212916/08/2019 18:20

Must just be you then. [Image] [Image] [Image] [Image]


Virgin fly 5.4 million people every year. But yeah 468 people have left a bad review so nobody should fly with them
Cold weather! Great city though.
Does Virgin still have the hottest air hostesses?
Doesn't seem hot when you can go in the summer on a direct return flight for ~£400. It's bad enough the 7+ hour flight without the extra diversion to USA... plus the winter weather, I mean £250 sounds about right tbh!
I have flown with Virgin to the USA several times and it was usually a very good experience.

However, they seem to prioritise how their cabin crew looks as opposed to skills.

On one flight, my video screen kept freezing every few seconds. The air hostess came back a few minutes later with...a pair of new headphones. Oh dear, if those people are in charge of our safety as well...

Virgin Media is the worst. They continued to ask me for an undue £25 mobile phone bill for more than 10 months, after failing to close the account properly and many escalations. Sent me a debt collector and then denied they ever transferred the debt to a debt collector. I have never seen a company like that. Their call centre staff can't understand much and just hang up on people.

Ended up costing them £550 compensation to me (with a forced apology), and £350 in other cost to the regulator...and while account balance is now corrected, it's still not closed.

I believe Virgin Media (including Virgin Mobile) is one of the most complained about company in the UK.
Edited by: "tomtomato" 17th Aug
Wojtyn16/08/2019 13:32

Are You changing terminal due stop? I just wonder if You have to get visa …Are You changing terminal due stop? I just wonder if You have to get visa to USA.


Judging by your name you're Polish - in which case you'll need the full transit visa(C-1) even if you're only changing flights in the US. And yes, that will require a visit to the embassy and full fee. It sucks and it's why I also avoid flights with changes in the US.

At least Polish citizens don't require a visa to Canada, only the ESTA that you fill out online.
Edited by: "gambiting" 18th Aug
Needed at this time of year for Rugby League followers,
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