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Posted 19 January 2023

Return flights Liverpool to Washington - various dates (e.g. departs 29th Sep / returns 8th Oct) - from £227pp @ PLAY via Google Flights

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

Example - Fri 29 Sep to Sun 8 Oct = £227
Other example dates (prices at time of posting):
  • Fri 1 Sep to Sun 10 Sep = £241pp
  • Fri 8 Sep to Sun 17 Sep = £245pp
  • Fri 15 Sep to Sun 24 Sep = £231pp
  • Fri 22 Sep to Sun 1 Oct = £235pp
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  1. duncanb1973's avatar
    Great price, we (two people) just went to book, add an extra £70 odd each way for baggage for one and then £30 to choose a seat and it came to over £800- not quite the bargain it initially seemed
    global's avatar
    I'm surprised you didn't go for a business class and comeback here to complain that it's not quite the bargain it initially seemed.
  2. mminghella's avatar
    If anyone is wondering about DC as a destination, my advice is to go and visit. We lived there for 3 years and miss it a lot. Lots of free, amazing museums and many decent places to eat and drink. Capital City Brewing is definitely one to go to. Also, the baseball is a good day out too.
    Naqvi's avatar
    Definately agree. I visited for a few days whilst on holiday in New York and was amazed. Free museums, lots of open space, very clean, police everywhere so felt safe. Highly recommend it.
  3. zomg's avatar
    This is from yesterday's Jack's Flight Club email. There are quite a few decent deals out there at the moment:

    Returns from Liverpool (LPL):
    Baltimore (BWI) - £252

    Boston (BOS) - £252

    Hamilton (YHM) - £244

    Newburgh (SWF) - £253

    Reykjavík (KEF) - £66 (non-stop)

    Washington DC (IAD) - £222

    Returns from London Stansted (STN):
    Hamilton (YHM) - £261

    Reykjavík (KEF) - £71 (non-stop)

    Standard Fare£200 (Iceland) & £400-£500 (USA/Canada)

    Bags & Fees: Personal item included only. Full-size cabin bag is £96 rtn. Checked bag is £146 rtn. Seat selection starts at £9-£18 rtn.

    Book by: This sale ends 31st January, some routes are likely to go sooner.

    Google Flights
  4. smallclone's avatar
    Why is there a picture of Seattle? That's in a different Washington.
    devadot's avatar
    Mate, that’s not a picture of Seattle!! That’s the Washington State Capitol buliding (lol)(lol)(lol)(lol)
  5. rossybearr's avatar
    yeah wrong state! .... I would have purchased if it was seattle lol!
    Josh_Worsfold's avatar
    Seattle is a dump lol
  6. sdaspland's avatar
    Visited recently whilst on a holiday to New York, very picturesque place. Interesting as people say it’s a good place to visit as our tour guide said there was nothing to do there, no bars and restaurants etc, he said the only place tourists could eat is union station as everything else was government purpose and control
    mminghella's avatar
    Wow, you're guide was full of nonsense. Bars & restaurants everywhere; some really nice old style and trendy ones too. Geogetown is a short bus ride away and has lots to eat and drink there. The zoo is also great and free! There are a few huge free museums too and the nthere's baseball, basketball and ice hockey.
  7. keefly's avatar
    Washington's one of my favourite holiday destinations, I've been three times & want to go again, it's one of the few US cities that you can just wander around easily on foot (Boston is good for that too) & there's so much to see. It's a shame the Newseum has closed now but the free Smithsonian Museums are incredible, don't just go to the smaller National Air & Space Museum on the National Mall, take the bus out to the Steven F. Udvar-Hazy Center, it's the most incredible collection of craft you can imagine (Enola Gay, Shuttle Discovery, Gemini 7, an SR-71 Blackbird, Concorde, a Hurricane, a MiG-15). Actually, I'm going to book these flights, I want to chug a few in Harry's Bar at the Hotel Harrington, great pub!
  8. kateyes2828's avatar
    Going to Liverpool puts me off this, lol
  9. geoff3's avatar
    Washington State?
  10. yorkie12's avatar
    County Durham
  11. Shandally1's avatar
    Good prices but they’re not direct flights and it’s hand luggage only for the full week at the lower prices
  12. skgwho's avatar
    Great prices! Strange to have such supply from Liverpool.

    As its a new airline, suggest people book through credit card for added protection.
    ayeworld's avatar
    Nice that it's not London centric too.
  13. devadot's avatar
    Mate, that’s not a picture of Seattle!! That’s the Washington State Capitol buliding
    keefly's avatar
    Do you not know what IAD is?
  14. Sohail_ButtpPX's avatar
    Are unvaxinated people allowed to enter the states (legally)?
    SiFiUK's avatar
    Don't think so
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