Return flights from London to New York from 241.99GBP with Alitalia
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Return flights from London to New York from 241.99GBP with Alitalia

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Found 20th Sep 2012
Arrrggh! Here we have the next Alitalia open-jaw flights to New York stunning from 260 GBP. On both ways you have a short stop in Rome.

Routing:

Bologna (BLQ) – New York City – London (LHR) 192 GBP

maybe more!

Use Kayak to find the flights:

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Ryanair flys you to Bologna from £17.

Trip Example:
05/03/2013 flight from London Stansted to Blogona (06:00 - 9:05)
05/03/2013 flight from Bologna to New York JFK via Rome (11:30 - 18:15)
12/03/2013 flight from New York JFK to London Heathrow via Rome (22:50 - 15:20)

Ryanair flight per Person incl. Taxes and checkin baggage: 49.99 GBP
Alitalia return flight to New York JFK: 192 GBP
Total: 241.99 GBP (instead of 376 GBP with Swiss/Canadian Airlines via Geneva and Toronto)

The fare is available for travels between 15th October 2012 through 21st March 2013, but the cheapest flights are available only in 2013.

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Edited by: "Holidaypirates" 20th Sep 2012
Jees, what a palava to get from London to NY. Good deal if you can be bothered with that though...
Flying FROM Stansted, coming back into Heathrow causes issues I would imagine. Means I can't drive!

A lot of Barney to get to New York.

Heat for the good price, but I couldn't ever consider that much hassle for cheap hols!
Too complicated and it includes Ryan air which just don't deserve any business at all.
Lol, brings back my ex Lisbon trips where I flew to Lisbon and flew straight back as it brough the fare to Hong Kong way down in price and was worth doing!

About 5 years ago Alitalia had a fare error and I flew one way from Colombo to London to Sydney, to Wellington, NZ. And then return was Wellington to Sydney to London then went home. Trip could have continued to Milan and then New York. All in Business Class and for about £450! Spent 4 days in Wellington and a few nights in Sydney and racked up mega BA miles! At one point I spent 42hrs flying with 2hr stop overs in between.
Edited by: "aerotec" 20th Sep 2012
Another great deal from Holidaypirates great if you enjoy traveling on the cheap .May be not such good deal if you dont like
traveling though heat added
what happens if your delayed via ryanair? your phucked
coolcraig999

what happens when your delayed via ryanair? your phucked



Fixed that for you
Even available during feb half term - bit confusing - overall good price
yeah best idea ever! Just depend entirely on ryanair to connect to a transatlantic flight!! I have seen previously people lose massive connections because their previous low-cost flight was 2 or 3 hours late!!
I really don't get people on here!

NO-ONE CARES if 17 hours is too long for you. NO-ONE CARES if you wouldn't fly Ryanair.

This is CLEARLY for people who want to save as much money as possible. While a short haul flight to the continent may be some kind of torture to you (I'd personally take advantage and tack a short break in Italy on the beginning of the trip) - it isn't for everyone.... I've taken a 16 hour Greyhound between Washington and Montreal to save on the airfare (as do hundreds of thousands of other people), adding 10 hours or so to a transatlantic journey really doesn't phase me!
dansis

yeah best idea ever! Just depend entirely on ryanair to connect to a … yeah best idea ever! Just depend entirely on ryanair to connect to a transatlantic flight!! I have seen previously people lose massive connections because their previous low-cost flight was 2 or 3 hours late!!



Ryanair is one of the most (if not THE most) punctual airlines on the continent. Though I do agree - there is no way I'd rely on them getting me there 2 hours before my transatlantic flight. I'd personally fly out a few days before.
Anyone can post a deal here as long as they're not an advertiser or merchant: HotUKDeals is not a promotional tool for businesses to abuse and anyone found posting items for the purposes of personal gain, or promoting products or companies to whom they are connected will be banned from the site. Frequent self promotion will result in the merchant involved being suspended.

Arrrrrrrr. It be self promotion. Away there Jim lad.
Would never fly alitalia again. Went with them to new york last year - took them half an hour to check me in at heathrow (3 staff members) because they didn't know how, the flight was delayed (first one out of heathrow that morning mind) and when i did get to new york after just making the transfer in Rome (had to run) my bag wasn't there. Rude woman at baggage reclaim and at least 6 people in a similar situation. Spent 2 hours sitting in the baggage hall because I was leaving the next day to travel onwards - would rather pay a bit more and not use them again.

Oh yes...we were also rerouted to Boston because of an earthquake in new york - not being an italian speaker I had no idea what was going on until we took off again to new york. Not the best experience that journey...
Edited by: "10bob" 20th Sep 2012
Hot for me

Look at it this way.....

Spend the day working to earn the extra cash to pay for a direct flight or sit on a plane watching movies and sleeping?

jamgin

Anyone can post a deal here as long as they're not an advertiser or … Anyone can post a deal here as long as they're not an advertiser or merchant: HotUKDeals is not a promotional tool for businesses to abuse and anyone found posting items for the purposes of personal gain, or promoting products or companies to whom they are connected will be banned from the site. Frequent self promotion will result in the merchant involved being suspended. Arrrrrrrr. It be self promotion. Away there Jim lad.



They aren't promoting themselves though. They are letting you know where they are from, but this is solely about the flights, and the link takes you straight to Alitalia.
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Is it really worth the messing about when you can do Heathrow to NY direct with BA for only £430 in the BA sale ???? Its a whole lot of messing about to save a few quid.. I mean two stopovers to get to NY (Bolowhatever and Rome).. and having to take Cryin-air and get to STN..... just easier LHR-NY direct !!!
Edited by: "unhappybunny" 21st Sep 2012
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VERY quick search finds direct flights from London to NY for £380. I know what I'd do and it doesn't include a pointless trip to Italy oO

People are voting this hot but I bet most of them wouldn't do this trip. Yes it's cheap but it's a pathetic way of getting to New York! Holidays are supposed to be enjoyable. And yes, I understand the point of this site but people should really value their time and effort more.

Edited by: "dvdj10" 21st Sep 2012
unhappybunny

Is it really worth the messing about when you can do Heathrow to NY … Is it really worth the messing about when you can do Heathrow to NY direct with BA for only £430 in the BA sale ???? Its a whole lot of messing about to save a few quid.. I mean two stopovers to get to NY (Bolowhatever and Rome).. and having to take Cryin-air and get to STN..... just easier LHR-NY direct !!!



Roughly £200pp isn't 'a few quid'
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And don't forget the miles you earn!
I'm sorry but this just isn't hot, you can get direct flights for around £350 if you look for them. Comfort is key. Plus for all those extra hours you're flying, you could be working an extra day instead and getting more money back than you're saving, or just have an extra day's holiday. It's way too much of a faff on.
samc

I'm sorry but this just isn't hot, you can get direct flights for around … I'm sorry but this just isn't hot, you can get direct flights for around £350 if you look for them. Comfort is key. Plus for all those extra hours you're flying, you could be working an extra day instead and getting more money back than you're saving, or just have an extra day's holiday. It's way too much of a faff on.



No it most certainly is not... If you think everyone thinks like that then you are a complete snob. Millions of people forgo comfort every week to save money on travel - just because your too precious to "slum it" (sitting in a padded seat with a selection of tv/movies and free food/drinks - such a tough life!) with the rest of us, doesn't mean you know what's best... Most people aren't given the option to turn up for an extra days work whenever they feel like it (and wouldn't earn £110 anyway) and it doesn't take a day away from your holiday at all - it adds a few hours on either side. Plus, as I said before, it gives you the chance to add on a holiday in Italy for no extra travel charges.
Edited by: "callum9999" 21st Sep 2012
callum9999

No it most certainly is not... If you think everyone thinks like that … No it most certainly is not... If you think everyone thinks like that then you are a complete snob. Millions of people forgo comfort every week to save money on travel - just because your too precious to "slum it" (sitting in a padded seat with a selection of tv/movies and free food/drinks - such a tough life!) with the rest of us, doesn't mean you know what's best... Most people aren't given the option to turn up for an extra days work whenever they feel like it (and wouldn't earn £110 anyway) and it doesn't take a day away from your holiday at all - it adds a few hours on either side. Plus, as I said before, it gives you the chance to add on a holiday in Italy for no extra travel charges.



chill out ffs, just because you're comfortable with 'slumming it' it doesn't mean everyone else is. I'd personally rather wait 6 more months and save the extra needed for a direct London-New York rather than follow that nightmare Itinarary.
bill_1905

chill out ffs, just because you're comfortable with 'slumming it' it … chill out ffs, just because you're comfortable with 'slumming it' it doesn't mean everyone else is. I'd personally rather wait 6 more months and save the extra needed for a direct London-New York rather than follow that nightmare Itinarary.



Nightmare itinerary! I honestly don't understand how some of you cope in the real world...
callum9999

No it most certainly is not... If you think everyone thinks like that … No it most certainly is not... If you think everyone thinks like that then you are a complete snob. Millions of people forgo comfort every week to save money on travel - just because your too precious to "slum it" (sitting in a padded seat with a selection of tv/movies and free food/drinks - such a tough life!) with the rest of us, doesn't mean you know what's best... Most people aren't given the option to turn up for an extra days work whenever they feel like it (and wouldn't earn £110 anyway) and it doesn't take a day away from your holiday at all - it adds a few hours on either side. Plus, as I said before, it gives you the chance to add on a holiday in Italy for no extra travel charges.



So you're going to save money on the flight, only to spend it on a hotel and food in Italy? Might as well pay the extra and get a direct flight.
Didcotdealfinder

So you're going to save money on the flight, only to spend it on a hotel … So you're going to save money on the flight, only to spend it on a hotel and food in Italy? Might as well pay the extra and get a direct flight.



Not a hotel no...

If you have some sort of vendetta against Italy then yes, you might as well do that. I'd however, personally like to visit someday and would much rather prefer to spend £100 on a 3 day Italian break than £100 on saving a couple of hours in the air...
callum9999

Not a hotel no...If you have some sort of vendetta against Italy then … Not a hotel no...If you have some sort of vendetta against Italy then yes, you might as well do that. I'd however, personally like to visit someday and would much rather prefer to spend £100 on a 3 day Italian break than £100 on saving a couple of hours in the air...



That's fine for you, but some people don't want to go to Italy. I have no interest in going there. I would do this flight deal, but it's to risky. If there's a delay it really messes it all up. I like to find a balance between price and convenience. And this deal, for me, is not a good one
Didcotdealfinder

That's fine for you, but some people don't want to go to Italy. I have no … That's fine for you, but some people don't want to go to Italy. I have no interest in going there. I would do this flight deal, but it's to risky. If there's a delay it really messes it all up. I like to find a balance between price and convenience. And this deal, for me, is not a good one



My point really being, why should anyone care if you like it or not? Who cares that some people don't want to go to Italy? If you don't like it then just don't book it, it doesn't remotely make it a bad deal. If everyone started going around moaning about deals just because they don't personally want/need it, this place would be a barren wasteland!
Great price could have few days in Italy as well maybe not very good for people that dont like traveling though
It's a good deal if you can cope with the extra flight and time and gamble that you will make the next flight. For me, cold deal. I wouldn't trust it. Hot if you dont mind the connection, but I do
I would just like to say thank you to - got a flight from Venice-JFK-Miami returning from Miami-Milan-Rome-LHW for under £225 for Feb half term-flight times total 15 hrs or less. took BA flight for £48 so no worries about Ryanair. Taking daughter & 3 grand kids-everyone excited
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Your fare is best fare for London to New York.
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I just want to post that I am typing this from a Hotel a stones throw away from Times Square after taking this HOT UK DEAL up.

Flights were very easy, better than the poor service I normally get from Virgin, and it is great to spend a week in New York for pennies...

Thanks Alitalia and Op.

Freezing here tho...
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