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Return Iberia and BA summer flights to Los Angeles £254
Return Iberia and BA summer flights to Los Angeles £254

Return Iberia and BA summer flights to Los Angeles £254

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Return Iberia flights for around £250 to LAX from Paris in the summer only. Eurostar is only £60 return if you book in advance.

BA are also doing a similar deal leaving Paris to LAX via London so you can technically get off at London on the way back. (Open jaw)

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I don't understand why anyone would want to go but cheap price.

Shouldn't you add the £60 to the title price too, as explained in your description, you need to get to Paris for the flight. Alternatively, mention that the flights are from Paris in your title description.
Edited by: "g8ryj" 4th Jan

The link did not seem to work.
However once you get to the Iberia site you can book the flights to LA.
The price of a flight in the summer school holidays is normally between £800 and £1000 per person.
This is a hell of a good deal and should be hot even taking in the price of getting to Paris and staying overnight in hotels.

Link doesn't work, misleading title and you've nicked the deal from a different site without giving credit. Very poor

bogof1

Link doesn't work, misleading title and you've nicked the deal from a … Link doesn't work, misleading title and you've nicked the deal from a different site without giving credit. Very poor


I think you are a bit harsh.
I would not of known of this deal if it had not been posted on this site.

BA avoid!

Think the prices have been corrected now, I searched earlier and it was silly cheap, now they're normal.

Thanks OP - booked dream holiday for the family using your suggested flights. Flying BA from Paris and hopefully do the Open Jaw trick on the way home at Heathrow. Can't believe the price for summer holidays - even managed 3.5% on Quidco for booking with Opodo - £275 each yessssss.

Link doesn't work, misleading title and you've nicked the deal from a different site without giving credit. Very poor

Cheapest I can get in July for one week is £489 return, flying from Paris to Madrid with a overnight stop then on to LA (total duration 28hrs!). Please can you forward what dates I can get this price.

bogof1

Link doesn't work, misleading title and you've nicked the deal from a … Link doesn't work, misleading title and you've nicked the deal from a different site without giving credit. Very poor


Why dont you add another F to your username and BOGOFF and post some deals of your own. You are being very harsh.

Why cheaper from Paris ? Terrorism??

Went last year with BA to LAX. They forgot to serve me my meal on outward journey, walked past my row.
Had to call them later for meal.Went they brought it they aplogised but then had brought vegetarian which was not ordered. And wait for this on return leg which was BA via Vancouver the same thing happened again. Walked right past my row. Group next to me who were from Sweden said we must have the B crew today.What are the chances of being ignored for your meals on a trip. Ba have really goner down hill.

If anybody is looking to use this for a school summer holiday, and go to the original Disneyland (which is fabulous, but small compared to Florida) have a look at the Great Wolf Lodge - one opened in Anaheim (couple of miles from Disney) recently. They're normally mega-expensive, but if you sign up for their newsletter to log in, and then use ESAVE code on their website, and change room selection to Standard you can bag it for $150 a night. Also works in other Great Wolf resorts - we've got one in the Poconos (New York) for $99 a night and LA for $125 plus tax etc.

madmaxpayne

Why cheaper from Paris ? Terrorism??



Stupidity tax on British people.

fred352

Went last year with BA to LAX. They forgot to serve me my meal on outward … Went last year with BA to LAX. They forgot to serve me my meal on outward journey, walked past my row. Had to call them later for meal.Went they brought it they aplogised but then had brought vegetarian which was not ordered. And wait for this on return leg which was BA via Vancouver the same thing happened again. Walked right past my row. Group next to me who were from Sweden said we must have the B crew today.What are the chances of being ignored for your meals on a trip. Ba have really goner down hill.



Do you have an invisible cloak that I can borrow ? The only reason I could think for that happening, is if you moved seats and those seat were for people who had prebooked a non-standard meal, and they themselves had moved. So on the rosta, they had those seats down as not requiring a standard meal - Very unlikely, but I fly with BA many times a year and haven't had that problem.
Edited by: "g8ryj" 4th Jan

Does someone have a working link and example dates to get this deal?

munchieblue

Thanks OP - booked dream holiday for the family using your suggested … Thanks OP - booked dream holiday for the family using your suggested flights. Flying BA from Paris and hopefully do the Open Jaw trick on the way home at Heathrow. Can't believe the price for summer holidays - even managed 3.5% on Quidco for booking with Opodo - £275 each yessssss.



if getting off at heathrow will hold baggage go straight through??

roberts432

if getting off at heathrow will hold baggage go straight through??


it may yes, only way to avoid is to ensure that the second flight out of London goes from say Gatwick or London City which means you have to claim luggage and move it yourself.. and guess what you get losts between Heathrow and the other airport ....

OP gets my COLD

roberts432

if getting off at heathrow will hold baggage go straight through??



We've done similar a few times and never had any problem - just tell them at check-in that you want your baggage to only go as far as London and double-check the luggage tag on it says LHR before they push it through to make sure!

ive done it once before on a open jaw, I I know if you did it all the time you would be fined, but who flys all the time

panddda

We've done similar a few times and never had any problem - just tell them … We've done similar a few times and never had any problem - just tell them at check-in that you want your baggage to only go as far as London and double-check the luggage tag on it says LHR before they push it through to make sure!



I know people who tried it too and failed, unless there was an overnight stop or a change of london airport for the connection it was tough the luggage goes straight through.

jase.2

I know people who tried it too and failed, unless there was an overnight … I know people who tried it too and failed, unless there was an overnight stop or a change of london airport for the connection it was tough the luggage goes straight through.



​the only way is use hand luggage

fish323

I don't understand why anyone would want to go but cheap price.



Where would you recommend

bogof1

Link doesn't work, misleading title and you've nicked the deal from a … Link doesn't work, misleading title and you've nicked the deal from a different site without giving credit. Very poor



Accidental like

Has anyone else managed to get this deal? It's only showing up as £228 ew at moment?

KM4353

Where would you recommend


It depends what you want to do. If you want to meet friendly people, see some beautiful places and not spend too much money then Colombia, cheap paragliding, abseil down a waterfall at San Gil, the colonial cities of Cartagena and Villa de Leyva and beautiful, the beaches on the caribbean coast are lovely but not Cartagena beach you need to get more off the beaten track.
https://www.flickr.com/photos/fish323/
Argentina is stunning as well, a bit more expensive and not quite as friendly and the distances involved between places are massive but worth the effort for the sights.

adi0604

BA avoid!


I fly two long hauls with BA every year. They are cheap and very good. I got return flights LHR to BKK for me and my 9 month old kid for £480. Seems a good price for direct flights.

If you want to guarantee getting your bags in london then you should book the last leg i.e. LON-PAR for a day or 2 later, or from a different airport i.e. Landing at Heathrow but connecting to city or Gatwick for the Paris flight. Also you should note that you may not get any tier points or avios if you miss the final leg

fish323

I fly two long hauls with BA every year. They are cheap and very good. I … I fly two long hauls with BA every year. They are cheap and very good. I got return flights LHR to BKK for me and my 9 month old kid for £480. Seems a good price for direct flights.



Banged up fleet, staff almost on strike, arrogant management. Enough reasons to avoid for some anyways.

adi0604

Banged up fleet, staff almost on strike, arrogant management. Enough … Banged up fleet, staff almost on strike, arrogant management. Enough reasons to avoid for some anyways.


You have more money than me. The next cheapest direct flight was £350 more with Thai. I could fly with Cathay -who are excellent- for about the same money but the 11 hour stopovers in HK -I brought an airbed last time and found a quiet spot- are just not worth it by myself let alone with an infant. A good thing about BA is you can buy an extra luggage allowance for £70. Other airlines charge $10 a kilo! When I return east I always have at least 40kgs. Not a problem this time as the baby gets a full luggage allowance.
BA customer service is excellent and even called me back to Vietnam when I had to amend a booking; now that is customer service!
I have travelled to 33 countries in 5 continents, some of them many times over, while there are better airlines, Eva, Cathay, Thai and some others BA are far from the worst and amongst the cheapest for the route I now travel. Also, they are based in Europe so if they bump you or delay a flight you get the European compensation. Jet tried to deny me boarding on 3 out of four flights one time. One of the flights was a connector in Mumbai when they had just flown me in from Katmandu, all because they thought my passport was too scruffy. Iberia tried to deny me boarding on a flight from Bogota to LHR as I didn't have a visa in my Irish passport for the UK!!! I should have let them do it and then taken them to the cleaners. Yes, I know Iberia and BA are the same company, but very different attitudes.

fish323

You have more money than me. The next cheapest direct flight was £350 … You have more money than me. The next cheapest direct flight was £350 more with Thai. I could fly with Cathay -who are excellent- for about the same money but the 11 hour stopovers in HK -I brought an airbed last time and found a quiet spot- are just not worth it by myself let alone with an infant. A good thing about BA is you can buy an extra luggage allowance for £70. Other airlines charge $10 a kilo! When I return east I always have at least 40kgs. Not a problem this time as the baby gets a full luggage allowance. BA customer service is excellent and even called me back to Vietnam when I had to amend a booking; now that is customer service! I have travelled to 33 countries in 5 continents, some of them many times over, while there are better airlines, Eva, Cathay, Thai and some others BA are far from the worst and amongst the cheapest for the route I now travel. Also, they are based in Europe so if they bump you or delay a flight you get the European compensation. Jet tried to deny me boarding on 3 out of four flights one time. One of the flights was a connector in Mumbai when they had just flown me in from Katmandu, all because they thought my passport was too scruffy. Iberia tried to deny me boarding on a flight from Bogota to LHR as I didn't have a visa in my Irish passport for the UK!!! I should have let them do it and then taken them to the cleaners. Yes, I know Iberia and BA are the same company, but very different attitudes.



I agree - we always fly BA if we can (which incidentally works quite well as they're almost always the cheapest by far, if you use a little creativity in routes), and as you say with Iberia, we've found exactly the same with American Airlines. Absolutely not a patch on BA for the service. I know other airlines are probably better, but for the Orlando/LA/New York school holiday runs that we do, we can't beat BA! Flying with Finnair this year to Miami on a BA codeshare, so that'll be something new to try - fingers crossed!

bogof1

Link doesn't work, misleading title and you've nicked the deal from a … Link doesn't work, misleading title and you've nicked the deal from a different site without giving credit. Very poor



​Are you always this much of an ****? It's a good deal! A title should be short enough to get you interested, then you click it and read more about it.

panddda

I agree - we always fly BA if we can (which incidentally works quite well … I agree - we always fly BA if we can (which incidentally works quite well as they're almost always the cheapest by far, if you use a little creativity in routes), and as you say with Iberia, we've found exactly the same with American Airlines. Absolutely not a patch on BA for the service. I know other airlines are probably better, but for the Orlando/LA/New York school holiday runs that we do, we can't beat BA! Flying with Finnair this year to Miami on a BA codeshare, so that'll be something new to try - fingers crossed!


For a USA virgin, hoping to visit California later this year, can you give any recommendations for cheap flights? Probably outside of school holidays for 10 days or so.

poinsy

For a USA virgin, hoping to visit California later this year, can you … For a USA virgin, hoping to visit California later this year, can you give any recommendations for cheap flights? Probably outside of school holidays for 10 days or so.



It all depends on the dates, where you want to fly from/to, how many people, and how much messing you're prepared to do. We got £300 flights to LA over Easter school holidays last year by starting in Copenhagen, whereas this year have paid a few quid extra to go with Air New Zealand direct from Heathrow.
Skyscanner is your best friend for this - just keep plugging away with different dates and destinations, try the 'whole month' calendar (although it's not as accurate) and if you don't mind messing around, try starting the flight in OSL, DUB, ARN, APH, TXL, DUS, AMS, HAM, BRU - you need to start the flight at the origin on the ticket, but it's usually easy to ditch if you end up with a connection in Heathrow on the way home, as discussed above.

panddda

It all depends on the dates, where you want to fly from/to, how many … It all depends on the dates, where you want to fly from/to, how many people, and how much messing you're prepared to do. We got £300 flights to LA over Easter school holidays last year by starting in Copenhagen, whereas this year have paid a few quid extra to go with Air New Zealand direct from Heathrow.Skyscanner is your best friend for this - just keep plugging away with different dates and destinations, try the 'whole month' calendar (although it's not as accurate) and if you don't mind messing around, try starting the flight in OSL, DUB, ARN, APH, TXL, DUS, AMS, HAM, BRU - you need to start the flight at the origin on the ticket, but it's usually easy to ditch if you end up with a connection in Heathrow on the way home, as discussed above.


Thanks for that. I have been using SkyScanner already, so I am happy that you back that up. I am going from Manchester, in late May. I have found direct flights for £450, over a 10 day period, which seems ok.

poinsy

Thanks for that. I have been using SkyScanner already, so I am happy that … Thanks for that. I have been using SkyScanner already, so I am happy that you back that up. I am going from Manchester, in late May. I have found direct flights for £450, over a 10 day period, which seems ok.



Yes, that sounds on the money, anything under £500 for direct is a decent price. Get looking on Hotwire for cheap hotels and Groupon.com for any attractions you're looking to visit over there!

Thanks OP - just got back from 18 days with the family doing the whole road trip around California etc. Great price with the Quidco and only £25 flights to Paris to start the first leg. Managed to check my bags to LHR on the way back so happy days. BA service was great and a nice brand new Airbus A380 - all the meals and bags for no extra cost (not like Norwegian Airlines)

There's no way I could afford these summer flights normally I reckoned you save me £3K+ big thanks from all the familly.
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