Return Flights Edinburgh to New York £195.40 - Return Flights London Gatwick to New York £239.80 @ Norwegian
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Return Flights Edinburgh to New York £195.40 - Return Flights London Gatwick to New York £239.80 @ Norwegian

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Found 29th Dec 2017
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 is Newburgh-Stewart which is approximately 70 miles outside of Manhattan. You can get a coach from the ariport into Manhattan for $20 which runs in line with Norwegian flights - link for reference



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  • London Gatwick to New York £239.80
  • Fares available for Feb, Mar at time of posting
  • Airport in New York is JFK


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The price of the airfare includes hand luggage upto 10kg, which is probably ok for a short visit. Checked baggage per bag (max 20kg) is £25 per flight.
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bojangles9 m ago

screw NYjust hire a car & drive east


Would you not be better off heading West? 🤔
No Manchester as per.

Still heated, begrudgingly (mainly for ignoring my PMs)
I did this route with Norwegian last summer. Stewart airport is tiny but lovely (the guy who sells magazines also makes cocktails behind his till). On the way out we were delayed 4.5 hrs, so got €600 compensation. That covered the flights and two nights hotel, so basically a free trip.
If you don’t fancy the coach transfer, there’s a regular train from Beacon that gets you into Grand Central on a nice, scenic route.
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No Manchester as per.

Still heated, begrudgingly (mainly for ignoring my PMs)
No manchester as norwegian don’t fly from Manchester to new york... Yet
deeky28 m ago

No Manchester as per.Still heated, begrudgingly (mainly for ignoring my …No Manchester as per.Still heated, begrudgingly (mainly for ignoring my PMs)




You have too many holidays
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I'm thinking of going for 4-5 nights. Has anyone visited Six Flags Great Adventure?
haha thats a tiny little airport, great price though..
rodman1 h, 7 m ago

correct picture[Image]


She'll catch a chill in Norway
screw NY
just hire a car & drive east
bojangles9 m ago

screw NYjust hire a car & drive east


Would you not be better off heading West? 🤔
Baldricky8 m ago

Would you not be better off heading West? 🤔


No! Straight into the ocean for that true holiday feeling obviously
Consider that with Norwegian you could be stranded on the wrong side of the Atlantic for a long time if bad weather or some other disruption comes in to play as they don't have access to a partner network.
slex882 h, 22 m ago

I'm thinking of going for 4-5 nights. Has anyone visited Six Flags Great …I'm thinking of going for 4-5 nights. Has anyone visited Six Flags Great Adventure?


I've been to Six Flag's, best time to go would be in the Summer.
davester2k22 m ago

Consider that with Norwegian you could be stranded on the wrong side of …Consider that with Norwegian you could be stranded on the wrong side of the Atlantic for a long time if bad weather or some other disruption comes in to play as they don't have access to a partner network.


Sounds good to me!
Checked bag £25 per bag is a little misleading in the description. Most people aren't going to take a bag to New York but not bring it home.
davester2k1 h, 20 m ago

Consider that with Norwegian you could be stranded on the wrong side of …Consider that with Norwegian you could be stranded on the wrong side of the Atlantic for a long time if bad weather or some other disruption comes in to play as they don't have access to a partner network.


Most airlines rebook onto the next available flight closest to your destination, alliances have nothing to do with all that AFAIK. Getting stuck at SWF would be problematic since not many flight leave from there.
Cheapest I could find may/June or September any recommend what time of year to go
Smoking hot!!!
VERY HOT
Also school holiday time. We always wanted to go to America and hopefully this will be the first trip. I really appreciate any recommendations. We are family with a 10 year old boy.

Hotels seems expensive
These are the usual prices for these flights
I have been checking for the last year and usually its more expensive during school holidays time. We were planning to go last summer and couldn’t get tickets that cheap
I did this route with Norwegian last summer. Stewart airport is tiny but lovely (the guy who sells magazines also makes cocktails behind his till). On the way out we were delayed 4.5 hrs, so got €600 compensation. That covered the flights and two nights hotel, so basically a free trip.
If you don’t fancy the coach transfer, there’s a regular train from Beacon that gets you into Grand Central on a nice, scenic route.
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Have you booked for all of us to join you Heat added
Now that’s what you call a reasonable price
Decent value but this is standard fares. Plus it's 90 mins on public transport into NYC. Bit like a flight to Birmingham being labelled London.
I live in Sheffield and will be going to Edinburgh. So that airport to newyork trip will feel like popping in to the corner shop
Edited by: "ne5com" 29th Dec 2017
slex8811 h, 24 m ago

I'm thinking of going for 4-5 nights. Has anyone visited Six Flags Great …I'm thinking of going for 4-5 nights. Has anyone visited Six Flags Great Adventure?


Awesome park. El Toro is the best wooden coaster I've ever been on. Terrifying, steep, fast and very high on first drop. Other rides are good too. Well worth a visit. Loved it.
Baldricky14 h, 58 m ago

Would you not be better off heading West? 🤔


East to Marthas Vineyard, Cape Cod, etc.
Booked LGW to JFK in March for £250 PP, great find, thanks OP
slex8821 h, 3 m ago

I'm thinking of going for 4-5 nights. Has anyone visited Six Flags Great …I'm thinking of going for 4-5 nights. Has anyone visited Six Flags Great Adventure?


Yes, very worth it. Amit an hour 45 minute from NYC. Definitely get a fast track ticket and book online if you're going in the holidays.
Very good price but bear in mind that car hire in New York is expensive. Never heard of this airport before but a quick search for 7 days hire in March with Hertz is nearly £500 for a small to mid-range car. £442 for a tiny hatch, £485 for a small/medium mid-range and almost £600 for a 7 seater/SUV.

But if you plan on going into NY then you shouldn't bother with a car anyway. Totally pointless.

Any decent hotels will be expensive - factor in £150 minimum for an 'acceptable' room in tourist area and up to £250/£300 per night for a nice one in a good location. If you're prepared to stay away from the normal tourist areas and travel into NYC then you'll save quite a bit of money on hotels, but will spend quite a long time travelling in. Simple way of summing up is this - NY cannot be done cheaply!

Also bear in mind that NY airports (JFK/La Guardia/Newark) are notorious for their slow immigration procedures - if you get through immigration within an hour then you will get a medal, but expect 2-3 hours as the norm. It may be that flying to this airport will save you a lot of time at immigration and you'll hopefully whizz through.

This was what it used to be like in Orlando - Orlando would take a good hour to get through immigration, then ages to get the car, but flying into Sanford is so much quicker. The downside of Sanford is that it's a longer drive into Kissimmee so swings and roundabouts overall.
davester2k20 h, 26 m ago

Consider that with Norwegian you could be stranded on the wrong side of …Consider that with Norwegian you could be stranded on the wrong side of the Atlantic for a long time if bad weather or some other disruption comes in to play as they don't have access to a partner network.


Chrsit, I bet you're a good laugh down the pub!
Landing 70miles from your destination is like booking a flight to London and finding you are landing in Southampton.
inayatkhanj6 h, 37 m ago

Yes, very worth it. Amit an hour 45 minute from NYC. Definitely get a fast …Yes, very worth it. Amit an hour 45 minute from NYC. Definitely get a fast track ticket and book online if you're going in the holidays.


Out of interest how did you commute to Six Flags? Car hire?
josephallen47 m ago

Landing 70miles from your destination is like booking a flight to London …Landing 70miles from your destination is like booking a flight to London and finding you are landing in Southampton.



What a bunch of miserable so and so's. I have travelled via public transport from Stansted, Luton, Gatwick into central London and that takes roughly the same time as SWF into NYC area. Many people such as I, hop on over using these cheap transatlantics then £100 return to Florida/Caribbean or hotter destination. But a moaner just has to........
Phila46 h, 3 m ago

Very good price but bear in mind that car hire in New York is expensive. …Very good price but bear in mind that car hire in New York is expensive. Never heard of this airport before but a quick search for 7 days hire in March with Hertz is nearly £500 for a small to mid-range car. £442 for a tiny hatch, £485 for a small/medium mid-range and almost £600 for a 7 seater/SUV.


Scaremongering. Just checked 3-10 april and it was £126 with auto europe with zero excess. 7 seater £226!! You need to have a look at your bookmarks.
jinkssick1 h, 17 m ago

What a bunch of miserable so and so's. I have travelled via public …What a bunch of miserable so and so's. I have travelled via public transport from Stansted, Luton, Gatwick into central London and that takes roughly the same time as SWF into NYC area. Many people such as I, hop on over using these cheap transatlantics then £100 return to Florida/Caribbean or hotter destination. But a moaner just has to........


Luton Airport is approx 35miles from London and Stansted about 40miles, but carry on throwing your attitude about if it makes you feel better.
Phila49 h, 32 m ago

Very good price but bear in mind that car hire in New York is expensive. …Very good price but bear in mind that car hire in New York is expensive. Never heard of this airport before but a quick search for 7 days hire in March with Hertz is nearly £500 for a small to mid-range car. £442 for a tiny hatch, £485 for a small/medium mid-range and almost £600 for a 7 seater/SUV.But if you plan on going into NY then you shouldn't bother with a car anyway. Totally pointless.Any decent hotels will be expensive - factor in £150 minimum for an 'acceptable' room in tourist area and up to £250/£300 per night for a nice one in a good location. If you're prepared to stay away from the normal tourist areas and travel into NYC then you'll save quite a bit of money on hotels, but will spend quite a long time travelling in. Simple way of summing up is this - NY cannot be done cheaply!Also bear in mind that NY airports (JFK/La Guardia/Newark) are notorious for their slow immigration procedures - if you get through immigration within an hour then you will get a medal, but expect 2-3 hours as the norm. It may be that flying to this airport will save you a lot of time at immigration and you'll hopefully whizz through.This was what it used to be like in Orlando - Orlando would take a good hour to get through immigration, then ages to get the car, but flying into Sanford is so much quicker. The downside of Sanford is that it's a longer drive into Kissimmee so swings and roundabouts overall.


Most of this advice is tosh.

Can get decent hotels in midtown for £150/night easily, done it many times - just avoid chains. I'm going in feb and staying in The Refinery and spent £600 for 4 nights.

Immigration is mostly down to luck of how many other flights arrive in the terminal at the same time, but by the above i must be world champion with all my medals, flown in 5 times in past year and never been more than 45 mins. Landed in EWR last December with noone at all queuing at immigration. JFK T7 for BA can take a while but never 2-3 hours..!
ne5com29th Dec

Also school holiday time. We always wanted to go to America and hopefully …Also school holiday time. We always wanted to go to America and hopefully this will be the first trip. I really appreciate any recommendations. We are family with a 10 year old boy. Hotels seems expensive


Get a hotel in New Jersey and travel in each day. That’s what I do. Takes about 20 minutes each way. And I get a Best Western Hotel for about £70 ish a night.
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