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Cheap November flights to Antalya £77.98 each (+ £25 each luggage) with Thomas Cook Airlines
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Found really cheap flights to Turkey Antalya with Thomas cook, the cheapest I have found. Two adults £155.96 Baggage will cost £25ppeach way. hope this helps anyone trying to b… Read more
ALIZA16

This offer is only on these dates 3rd November to 12th November. Worked out perfect for me and my husband as we only have to take 6 days of a/l

2004ns

I’m planning on going in November like 24th onwards. Works out £256 What dates did you put

ALIZA16

Lol at fakes. As mentioned £25 each way for baggage, so that’s extra £50

ALIZA16

EasyJet also have flights on the 3rd for £39 from Luton airport flight time 12.10 one way then you can book separately returning to Gatwick from Thomas cook airline for£30ish

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summer school holidays 19 flights with thomas cook airlines
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just booked 3 flights from Antalya to Manchester with TCA in august 19 £87,didnt check the outbound because we are going to Istanbul and capadocia also.its a lot cheaper than the f… Read more
GeoffAngela

You still need a internationally recognised agency to oversee flight safety, otherwise it won't just be Spain. It'll be Florida, Singapore and Brisbane as well. May better start rubbing out some of those 'red lines'.

karlie88

I think the chances of no flights to the EU post-Brexit is slim to nil. Spain would become bankrupt overnight. XD

GeoffAngela

You need to be aware of the following. 1) The safety of our international flights is validated by our membership EASA. 2) As of 30th March 2019 we will leave the EU and no longer be members of EASA and as a third country we will have to renegotiate our membership. 3) EASA requires that the UK accepts the jurisdiction of the ECJ. 4) Theresa May’s red lines preclude acceptance of the jurisdiction of the ECJ and therefore blocks the path to any prior agreement. 5) The effects of “no agreement” were clearly explained in the European Commission’s Notice to Stakeholders in respect of Aviation Safety Rules on 13th April 2018 https://ec.europa.eu/transport/sites/transport/files/legislation/brexit-notice-to-stakeholders-aviation-safety.pdf 6) In the numerous areas listed in this document the UK will no longer be part of an agreement where we meet international aviation safety competence. This will invalidate insurance of all individuals, organisations and companies identified therein. So no guarantee of any flights (not just to the EU) post March, unless we sort something out pretty damn quickly. Check T&C on you tickets.

markefc69

its probably for more adventurous who don't need someone to hold their hand on a package!

nougat

Summer Holiday in Manchester. Not my cup of tea!

Flash Sale - Thomas Cook Airlines - Manchester to Los Angeles £300 rtn on Selected Flights in September/October - Includes Meals and 23kg Luggage
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Thomas Cook Airlines have a flash sale on until midday on Friday with return tickets to Los Angeles from £299 return, and unlike Norwegian this includes 23kg of luggage and meals o… Read more
dribblesmactavish

Arrrgh! Just booking them as the price went up, extra £200! Gutted

5lab

https://www.google.com/flights/#flt=/m/04jpl.LAX.2018-09-19*LAX./m/04jpl.2018-09-26;c:GBP;e:1;sd:1;t:f very quick search. its the going rate if you book more than a month out. probably not during the school holidays though :)

lordcradden

I've just got back from LA, and there were no flights anywhere near that price, both from Manchester or London

5lab

If you're in manchester I'd agree, but there are plenty of folks in the midlands for whom getting to either airport on public transport is a bit of a mission..

whatyadoinsucka

with the train fairs (return £260, although from £12 to london plus the heathrow express fee) and unreliability off getting trains from up north, then a hotel and or extra time added to ensure you get the flight and home then this is a good deal..

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Now Live - RETURN Flights Manchester to San Francisco £300 (300 Seats / September 2018) @ Thomas Cook Flash Sale -   Includes 23KG  Luggage / 6KG Hand luggage / Meal and more
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Belter of a price for return flights to San Francisco. It's only a 24 hour sale, or until all 300 flights are bought. I'll post more info once it's live, before they were from Man… Read more
waterloo

What a prick you are why would i need to lie im 50+ and have nothing to prove on a shopping forum also i never said i booked it and i made a honest mistake about gatwick, why are you obsessed with my trip :/ BA0113 19 Jul 201816:15LHR (Heathrow (London))Terminal 5JFK (John F Kennedy (NY) (New York))Terminal 7

futura

So I'm correct you didn't "book" first class, you got a lucky free upgrade on the flight. So you're suggesting there's better deals with BA than this post when in fact you base your experience on a one-off free upgrade on the plane. And you state you flew from Gatwick then change your story to Heathrow when it's pointed out BA don't offer first class from Gatwick. Let the people decide (though I'm sure.most are bored of your lies and have fallen asleep by now)

smiler03

I haven't been to San Francisco ever but it appears to be turning into a very large toilet. Many homeless people, many with mental health problems and opiate addictions are making the city absolutely awful. They are openly defecating in the streets and menacing ordinary people. Link: https://www.nbcbayarea.com/news/local/SF-Mayor-Theres-more-feces-on-the-sidewalks-than-Ive-ever-seen-488156431.html

waterloo

Mr categorically i know f,all, people like yourself think you are bloody know it alls but know nothing. We booked world traveller + checked in at the desk all fine but once we got on the plane we was told there was a problem with our seats and we are in first class enjoy, so stick that in your pipe and smoke it also you do not get invoice for a updrade.

Sir-Bargain-A-Lot

When I went there I queued on the day and got tickets...had to be there at something like 5.30am however.

Return flights to Honolulu, Hawaii from Manchester 28th August to 12th September £519pp
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I know this won't appeal to everyone as it's not mega cheap but return flights to Hawaii in the summer season can usually cost in excess of £800-£1000 so this is a pretty good pric… Read more
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Wear_The_Fox_Hat

You'd be running a long way as the volcano is on a different island all together.

rachelandgromit

Or Hilo - if you are going to Volcano National Park it's only 40-45 mins away. We used frequent flyer points to fly Honolulu to Hilo. We then spent time at the Military Camp right inside VNP (if you have any friends or family, serving or not you can stay inside the camp at a very reasonable rate). We then moved to Hilo area and visited Mauna Kea, the black beaches, saw turtles etc.

degudodger

Nope. Kona, on the big Island

rachelandgromit

Isn't this generally a standard price? I flew to Hawaii from Manchester for less than £350 return a few years ago, splitting my time between Honolulu and Volcano National Park/Hilo and even visited Mauna Kea. It's an expensive place but I don't think the flight prices are particularly cheap.

GunMetal

It is nice but not as nice as Maui and parking is a nightmare and expensive. Lots of tall rise buildings in Honolulu. Better than Maui however is the Big Island. If you can take a a flight there - you can drive up mauna kea and see the stars. Amazing experience. Avoid lava (cheeky)

Cheap flights to dalaman from Newcastle £112.98 @ Thomas cook
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Deal found on flights from Newcastle to dalaman flying 16th May until the 23rd only need to book hotel and transfers which can be picked up extremely cheap
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bushman

Now here's a thing... have to put up with the constant whinging from you Northerners about all best deals being from London. Please help... anything from London departing around 18 May to Dalaman around this price??? ;)

tamboss

is that the outgoing or incoming missiles ?

rodman

any deals to Syria?

speacock36

Cheap flights! BUT Wouldn't book hotel through alpharooms, still waiting a refund for changing hotels end of Feb. New hotel on arrival didn't have my booking for sea view rooms paid for only standard! Farce of a company!

bob644

I believe the fireworks show at night are second to none.

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Kids hols Easter ‘19 - London to Lanzarote £300.96 for one adult and child @ Thomas Cook
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Compared to what we’ve paid for this October... this seems to be a good price?! And a few days either side are £500£. Cheap accommodation available too on travel republic (I’ve p… Read more
matth5182

Affectionately known as Lanzagrotty

you_gotta_be_kidding

I'm in Lanzarote right now, never been before but hugely regretting it, we've had a few good moments like the bus tour at timanfaya but my god this island is a dump, crap beaches, crap restaurants, crap hotels (we're at the THB tropical island), can't wait for the summer hols for a decent location.

Fly to the USA from £299.99 return - includes 23KG Baggage + 6KG Hand luggage   @ Thomas Cook Airlines
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Flash sale, various destinations from just £299 return, other flights from £159.99 one way also MCO – £349.99 (May & June 2018) JFK – £299.99 (Apr & May 2018) SFO… Read more
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ShopCom123

Ha ha! Good idea! :)

Midgetoto

Air Tanker are the contract holders for the RAF Voyager A3880s. They leased out some of the 'spare' RAF aircraft to civilian companies a few years back so that they would be used rather that put into storage. I have flown on both the Air Tanker operated ones and the Thomas Cook ones. All very nice, new and with plenty of leg room. Thomas Cook staff and food, not always seat back entertainment, but still a form of streaming entertainment. Great prices for new aircraft flying to great locations.

mafialeader

Why do you need to book seats? Let someone else put up with the kids for 7 hours whilst you drink and sleep

ShopCom123

Good price but I think it's shocking they charge £22.00 per person each way to book your seats. Adds £176 on for a family of 4....

steve2004

I would be very wary of booking with them as last year they changed our connecting flight by about 7 hours without even a reason or an apology. We had to cancel and rebook with Virgin Atlantic.

Flash Sale Now Live  - 300 seats at £300 San Francisco Return Flights from Manchester @ Thomas Cook Airlines
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Just a heads up that the 24 hour Flash sale to San Francisco starts 15th March midday (LA flights will also available) for May dates. Direct flights are from Manchester. Prices wi… Read more
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Madchester

I’m currently planning my itinerary for my California holiday and I can’t make up my mind on how long to stay in San Francisco. It’s so expensive and does look a bit overrated. I priced up tickets for the hop on hop off SF tour bus for a family of 4 for 1 day, it came to $176 (£130) that’s mental. And I won’t be bothering with the Alcatraz tour, which apparently you have to book months in advance cos it’s so popular, reading some of the 1 star reviews says it all really. Also SF is full of homeless and drunks and druggies. Motels £130 per night that have some really sketchy reviews. I was considering not to bother at all but I think I will be booking 2 nights stay at the end of my vacation. I fly back to MAN from SFO.

gtd65

The Americans are quite possibly number one for marketing something quite average and making out it's the greatest thing since sliced bread. When I was living in this area, the majority of my coworkers (all American from various states) were quite disappointed with San Francisco. The coastline is pretty epic to be fair. Wouldn't be rushing back to SF (not that I can anyway) but California has a lot of beautiful scenery.

noeasywayout

As I live in a coastal town, with cold weather

chezvegas85

is it not an extra £60 per person for luggage though?

IvnDelSur

REally?? What made you think of this

Flash Sale - 300 seats at £300 Seattle Return Flight from Manchester @ Thomas Cook Airlines (May/June 18 dates)
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24 hour Flash Sale at Thomas Cook for flights to Seattle 300 seats available for just under £300 return flying from Manchester - May 18 and Jun 18 dates available. Price includ… Read more
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PotentWeasel

Doesn't look too bad although a week there may be a bit much, maybe go for 10 days considering you can get a flight from Seattle to San Fran/LA/Las Vegas for ~£90 return (£50 one way), you could hit a few places in one go. Seattle fly to San Fran (2hrs), San Fran fly to Los Angeles, Los Angeles drive to Las Vegas (4 hrs)...

g-diddy

The answer is almost definitely no... Simply because the airline is focusing all these new flights to the USA from Manchester and avoiding the London blood bath market, where Manchester only has a few other flights to America. By flying from Manchester they avoid having to compete with Norwegian, WOW Air and Primera Air, which are all new low-cost airline entrants on the London to USA market, in the last few years. The traditional carriers are also adjusting their prices to compete with these airlines, so prices are rock bottom and making a profit in the long run is questionable. These £300 flights by Thomas Cook, are only a limited number and spread across numerous flights, so they can fill the rest of the seats on the flight with more expensive tickets, and it gets them headlines in the travel press for having fares this cheap and makes it known they now operate this route.

summerof76

;)

Chanchi32

gremlin

I could never get to sleep the last time I went to Seattle

Updated 1st Feb: Flash Sale - 300 seats at £300 San Francisco Return Flight from Manchester @ Thomas Cook Airlines (May 18 dates)
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*Flash sale to San Francisco back on until 2nd Feb midday, LA and Seattle Flights also available* 24 hour Flash Sale at Thomas Cook for flights to San Francisco 300 seats avail… Read more
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SeaBadger

Sorry, should have been clear that this was including two kids, who don't pay as much in tax apparently.

sayitasitis

I did this trip last year, cannot fault Thomas Cook and their professional staff, albeit I did upgrade. SF is an amazing visit but be warned, do your homework for accommodation - a better exchange rate right now but it is so expensive, eating out can be a lot of dollars. I found the big department store Macys was great for lunch times. So easy to get around and so much to see, the local bus trips are fun with great characters and the city , once you get your bearings , is very walkable - but those hills. take a good pair of shoes.

mickemers

Woohoo thanks! Booked last night - £320 return to San Fran for 3 weeks! Pacific Coast road trip here we come!

smokeycat

Hi Ed. I think it's because I want to go for longer than two weeks. Thanks

Arron_Ridding

Manchester still available to LAX, 14th to 21st. As of time of writing this message. Personally in not bothering, can get to Oz or NZ for a tad more. (pirate)

Last-minute flights to Cape Verde from 3 Airports - £116 @ Thomas Cook
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Thomas Cook Airlines has seats to Sal, Cape Verde, from Birmingham, London Gatwick and Manchester from £116, return, saving up to 23% on competitor fares. Prices include a 23kg che… Read more
Norseg

Are you saying it's great because you can escape the wedding and escape to another country for awhile

_JR

Ace of Spades7 - youre so full of yourself - you don't have to be right, dictators believe they are right and everyone else is wrong .. other peoples opinions & views have as much validity as yours - Before you criticise other peoples/countries about rubbish, look at the fly tippers in your own home town - look to the single use plastic you so readily use and dispose of, only for it to wash up in another country around a coastline (sound familiar does it?) or in the digestive system of another animal - As to Santa Maria after dark - 5 nights out of 7 we were there ... never had a single bit of trouble, never saw much trouble either. We had a great time, happily go back tomorrow - I do feel sorry for you - you must have had a traumatic experience. Your two posts so far are just so full of bitterness. I just hope when you grow up you will become less 'little Britain' and accept that other countries and cultures will have different peoples & races & living conditions than you've experienced so far and not to judge the whole world by your own blinkered standards... Now the only reply I want from you is one in which you clearly explain which part of the world that you've visited that you were happy with and the reasons ... but I won't hold my breath

Aceofspades7

Hi I'm not one to comment on another persons opinion. However, charming beauty, you must have missed the 6hr tour of the complete island . No wonder the Portuguiese pulled out. The plastic pollution around their coast line is to say the least is beyond belief. They might be in poverty however TRY to clean up their garbage. One of the top attractions of our tour was a tour around the slum immigrant camps. The place that had a few trees but also ABSOLUTE POVETY. Our super guide asked if we could take what we could from the hotel restaurant to give to the children. Last point, Santa Maria being lovely Main town. You don't want to be there after sun down. Can I suggest to the last commenter ,you must have stayed in your hotel and beside a pool, next visit get out you'll see a different Cape Verd

_JR

Right ... we went to Sal last year ... flying Thomas cook on a del return similar to this ... Santa Maria is a lovely little town but yes there is not much there! This adds to the charming beauty ... i have chrons which makes me vulnerable to the old Delhi belly .... and I never ailed once the whole week we were there ...ate out most nights food was good to excellent. The locals are by our standards 'poor' but they are very friendly and welcoming we had. Great time and now I see these flight deals we may just go again ... these flights are for nothing really ... oh and it's fixed price taxi from the Ieper to wherever you're going ... good spot OP and I can recommend ... yes it's windy but it will be very very warm so well worth this price .... shame it's not on in Feb as well ... was looking at Sal for then too!

TheOak

That was the intended joke, yes

Thomas Cook Flash Sale - From Manchester To Los Angeles from £300 Return @ Thomas Cook Airlines
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While I was looking for another deal on AirNZ to LA , I've just come across this! 24 hour Flash sale to Los Angeles coming soon. From 12pm (midday) on 23rd November until 12pm… Read more
jaffacat

yeah...booked flights missed out on the £99 return portion so cost us £200 more but still cheap for Oct direct flights thanks

feeder16

Air BnB is significantly cheaper. Wish we'd of booked through them this year. In most cases you avoid hefty 'resort Fees' which hotels arbitrarily add to your booking, which is not included in booking price, neither is tax. This can add a significant chunk to your outlay

andrew.brennan

Thankfully I’m lucky, stay away two nights per week with work so have enough IHG (Holiday Inn, Crowne Plaza owners) points to fund a week of stays ! Will get saving the pennies for everything else though..

daastle

Props for this comment! What about an AirBnb? Would it lower prices like it does if you book em in Europe?

Phila4

Good price but be prepared to spend a lot of money! Here's some comments I made on a recent deal last month to California with Thomson; Been to California twice - 2012 and a month ago. Both times flying into SFO. You'll pay close to £100 per night throughout much of California for a reasonable but very BASIC room. If you want anything a bit nicer, count on £150+ and something nicer still £200+. In the cities or the more rural areas the prices are even more expensive. In San Francisco itself you'll pay £150+ for a reasonable (but still very basic) room. Expect to pay £250 minimum per night for a decent/nice room in a decent area. It has got VERY expensive in the US generally, compared to what it used to be like. Been to Florida 9 times, California twice, Vegas, Miami and Washington/Virginia since 2001, and compared to our earlier trips, things are very pricey. Examples: When we were there a month ago (September 2017), here are some prices of things we saw in Walmart (cheap supermarket - you won't generally get cheaper than Walmart); Average loaf of bread - $3.50 (£2.80) Gallon of milk (3.5lts - US Gallon) - $3+ (£2.50+) Tub of Ice cream - $5 (£4 - for what we'd pay £2 or less for). Box of 4 chocolate/blueberry muffins (the same type you'd get here in Tesco, Sainsburys, Asda etc.) - $4 to $5 (£3.20 to £4) Family bag of crisps (one big bag) - $4 to $5 (£3.20 to £4) Carton of Orange juice - $4+ (£3.20+) Fruit - Really expensive - they grow it locally FFS! Small bag of chocolate M&Ms - $5 (£4 - we'd pay about £1.50 for same size bag) I could go on - check the prices of stuff online at Walmart or Target and you'll see how ridiculously expensive it has got. The worse thing was a platter of fresh fruit I saw. It was a domed platter about 12" across and about 8" high - freshly prepared fruit such as pineapple, orange, melon, grapefruit etc. Yes it looked very nice, but $20!! Jeepers, that's £16!!! We'd probably pay £5 or so for something like that here. AND THEY GROW ALL OF THOSE FRUITS IN CALIFORNIA!!! Don't forget that all these prices are NOT including sales tax at 12%!! Eating out in restaurants? Look to pay $40 (£32) each for a reasonable 3 course meal in a run of the mill restaurant. A nicer restaurant - make that $60 each (£48). Plus tip of course of 20%. We got a KFC family bucket plus some other sides for $35 (£28) - you'd pay less than £20 here for the same. Burgers (McDonalds/Burgerking) - about the same as you'd pay here. Fizzy drinks - a little more than you'd pay here for a bottle in a shop (like a 2 litre bottle of coke would cost you £2 to $2.50 - about £1.60 to £2), but a little bit cheaper than here in a petrol station/burger bar. Alcohol - in bars/restaurants, a bit more than here but not massively more. Alcohol in shops - spirits probably 20-30% cheaper than here. Remember though, all of these prices need to be increased by 12% for sales tax. The car hire was almost £600 for a mid size saloon for 2 weeks. Even a small economy car was almost £400 for 2 weeks. (Hertz/Alamo - both about the same), although we didn't book it until just a few days before so that probably drove up the price. Seriously, almost everything is expensive in California (it was the same in Washington/Virginia in June this year). Some things were cheaper, such as cigarettes (about $4.50 upwards - about £3.60+) and petrol was around $3 (£2.40) per US gallon (3.5 litres instead of our 4.5 litres to a gallon) so it actually works out to be about 70p a litre - compared to our £1.15 here. The US generally has got very expensive. If you're a smoker, you'll pay £12 to £15 per packet of cigarettes in New York! They actually have a major smuggling problem with people trafficking cigarettes from other nearby states (such as Virginia) by the truckload - they cost about $4 per pack in Virginia. Easy money for those that do this and almost impossible to stop. And this time in California we came across far too many rude and arrogant yanks - no idea why but we experienced some incredibly rude hotel and shop staff! The one thing that came up almost every time we spoke to a yank was.........................................Trump! Everybody we spoke to hated him - they often began hyperventilating even talking about him (I suppose it should be expected as it's a heavily 'liberal' democratic state), with one elderly woman, who up until the point she brought him up, was so lovely and sweet - as soon as we got onto Trump, she was spitting feathers and eventually refused to talk about him any more and then walked away! Now WE didn't bring him up, they did - they wanted to know what a foreigner thought about him. The ONLY person that actually liked Trump was a copper at the Golden Gate bridge - I'm sure that tells you something. Anyway, California is a great place to visit, with amazing scenery (this time we travelled almost 3,000 miles in 11 days) BUT it is very expensive and the people do seem to have an attitude.EditPhila423rd Oct Big Sur is sadly not open to visit at the moment. The pacific highway has suffered two pretty devastating landslide/rock falls in the last year meaning it has been closed for a significant length of the road. One bridge was totally destroyed and whilst they are trying to build a new one, it is not certain the road will EVER reopen. You can only drive so far before you have to turn round and go back. We tried to do this trek again a month ago and were pretty miffed. Although we went as far as we could, we had to turn back and all in all we travelled around 200 miles to get to the part closed, turn round and then take the main motorway down to pick up the road on the other side of the closure. I'm not sure how much of the highway 1 is closed but I think it's somewhere between 20 and 50 miles. On this deal though, if the price is correct then it's a great deal. If you're prepared to spend a lot of money when there then go for it - California is great. I would however check out the seat pitch - we travelled upper class (wife works for an airline so a perk!) so it was nice (but still pretty tedious), but travelling for 11 hours in a small seat - no way would I personally do it!

Thomas Cook Flash Sale - From Glasgow / Manchester - Punta Cana (Dominican Republic) from £300 Return PLUS Cancun from £330 Return! @ Thomas Cook Airlines
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Another great flash sale from Thomas Cook! EDIT: Working, just landing page not updated! Search for flights as normal and prices should appear 24 hours only, you can trav… Read more
Peter_Oz

Punta Cana is £229 one way and your title says it’s £300 return. Cancun is £179 one way so £358 return

stig77

Use these to Mexico and Vegas. Should’ve learned my lesson the first time but the price was too tempting! Awful airline for long haul. Hard plastic seats. Every 5 mins on the tannoy announcing what they’re selling next, what you can buy for arrival/departure, what you can buy for back home. Drinks... like you don’t need them on long haul... get your wallets out it’ll cost a lot for a family! Yes it’s a deal if you don’t mind a budget type flight but sorry it’s not for me.

sopski

Isn't that correct? 149 one way is 300?

Peter_Oz

Op, sale has started, however the prices are ONE WAY so your deal details needs updated.

st8mike

They will be really grateful you turned up to help clear the mess left by the recent hurricane...And you never know there might even be some edible food for you to eat.....

Flash Sale - 300 seats at £300 San Francisco Return Flight from Manchester @ Thomas Cook Airlines (May 18 dates)
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24 hour Flash Sale at Thomas Cook for flights to San Francisco 300 seats available for just under £300 return flying from Manchester - May 18 dates available This could be yo… Read more
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fubbychucker

We used airbnb in the summer, good variation on prices....

fubbychucker

We used Outdoorsy in the summer for a tour of the west coast...https://www.outdoorsy.com/ we were also considering using https://rvshare.com/

goldust

Booked 5th June to 26th June 2 adults and 1 child £821 for all 3 of us. Ridiculous price! San Fran looks pricy but just do a few nights there and drive LA, Anaheim, Vegas and the national parks. Dream trip for a snip

ally1411

Cheap flights are great but hotels are expensive with all good review 3 star hotels well over £100 a night

BiGfactHunt

Booked for 2 ad 2 ch £1030. Need a good deal on a RV for 10 days now!!

Thomas Cook Flash Sale - London Gatwick to Cape Town Direct Return Flights -  £399.99 - Jan 18 dates
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Thomas Cook have gone live with a flash sale for direct return flights to Cape Town which works out at £399.99 return based on Jan 18 dates, flying out of Gatwick. Looks a good p… Read more
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gtd65

Spent most of this year living in Johannesburg. It doesn't feel dangerous but you'd be daft to be wandering around after dark. There were enough regular hijackings and murders to keep any thoughts about being daft to a minimum. Still drove around town without and trouble.

Besford

Well, that's really great and I'm envious, but I take the advice I've had very seriously from someone who has lived there for over 30 years. SA always had a bit of a 'third world edge' to it but the dangers have escalated enormously over the last few years. I guess it's a case of you don't see it until it happens to you?

futura

I doubt it, I certainly wouldn't walk around many parts of London after dark!

futura

"Becoming" lol

maccy1

I'll see you all there... heat added chichi X)

Return flights to Las Vegas from just £349.99 / Cancun from £399.98 including Luggage and In Flight Meals at Thomas Cook
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If you're after some winter sun then these are worth a look! The flihts include luggage and meals and you have until 31st August to book them. Travel Dates Las Vegas: Flying… Read more
Hero878

Haha I thought Loss Vegas was the American way to pronounce it. Why don't they spell it like Los Vegas then? Like Los Angeles? Turns our its all Spanish and so are quite a few places around there. These flights seem good. They are direct and gets you there quicker. For me it is a much better option that have a connecting flight somewhere else on a different airline's economy seats.

jaymzuk

I'd agree with that assessment. The seats were horrific and the nickle and diming for everything was annoying. Once you add in food, entertainment, seat selection and baggage, it's really not far off a mainstream carrier. I've heard a few good things about Thomson however

misablue

We have flown Orlando with TC last October and have to say the flight was great. Had no issues at all, pretty much the same as Virgin flight.

willdean

My daughter flew to Cuba and said it was the worst experience of her life thomas cook 😩

Derek_Horatio_Shatwell

I wish everyone would pronounce it "Loss Vegas" and not "Lass Vegas".

Miami RETURN  Flights from £329.98pp  September / October @ Thomascook (£659.96 for 2)
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Showing a fair few dates with outbound prices from £179.99 and inbounds from £149.99. The best prices seem to be from Manchester, although they aren't awful prices from others eith… Read more
Lexeus

anyone go for this bargain? :D

pcygan

Yep - that'll include September and October then.....

thegreatboyce

– June 1st through November 31 is Hurricane season....

pcygan

Great prices - but just be aware that these dates are within the period referred to as 'hurricane season' in Miami. While you're unlikely to experience an actual hurricane, expect some pretty heavy rain at times......

Thomas Cook Flash Sale - Los Angeles - 300 seats at £300 RETURN! via Manchester (24 Hours only!) @ Thomas Cook Airlines
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It's back! Time to visit the City of Angels. 300 seats to LAX for just £300 return! Via Manchester. Dates are for October, a perfect time to visit in my opinion! 24 hours only… Read more
Robbo11

The landslides reference in my reply to Bojangles was related to the Big Sur landslides that he mentioned, not Yosemite.

mb1

Off menu item. At least it was for me a few years back after a friend tipped me off. They're amazing! Yep - http://hackthemenu.com/in-n-out/secret-menu/animal-style-fries-3/ There's a nice "nod" to the In & Out logo off the M6 at Wednesbury, just before Ikea. Sadly, it's a car repair place, not one of the greatest burger franchises on the planet.

schnide

You can get the fries animal style? I only knew about the burger!

schnide

I just came back from Yosemite - didn't see anything at all about landslides and certainly wasn't diverted by any, if that helps.

bbeettaa

Not a bad deal, a saving of £100-£150 depending on who you usually fly with. Best to land and leave immediately though! :)

**Flash Sale** RETURN Flights from Manchester to Boston for £250 @ Thomas Cook **300 seats aval**
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Yes Thomas Cook flash sale is here but for 24hrs only - unless 300 seats sell out which is pretty likely to happen first. Boston is famous for its four seasons, so whether its … Read more
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deeky

:D

redandwhiteliz

Off here in 3 weeks. Managed to get Virgin flights direct for £375 when they launched the route last year. 10 nights in Hyannis, NY and Boston. 5 of us with car hire whilst in Hyannis £875 flights, car and hotel.

StuieUK34

Hiya Tell me more plz! I just booked flights end of Sep to San Fran from MAN.... Will do a 3 night drive through Yosemite, Mammoth Lakes, Death Valley and then Vegas for 3 nights :D :D Did u fly with Thomas Cook ? and if so, did u pay the £22 seat choice fee, or could u pick your own seats free when doing the 24hr online check-in ?? As its 2 of us going, we want the 2 seaters on either side of plane.......

Psychobunni

September/October is arguably the best time of year to do road trips from Boston :D New England is so lovely, and it looks it's best as the leaves are changing for the autumn. I'd probably say it's best if you google Fall foliage New England road trips as there are plenty of recommended routes and you'll find one that suits. A couple of years back we did a great road trip and saw a lot of different places in a lot of states (Massachusetts/Rhode Island/Connecticut/New York state/New Hampshire/Vermont and Maine all in two weeks!) but some people choose to do less.. (nerd)

SuperScottUK

Down the east coast there are plenty of places to visit. I went to Providence, Pawtucket (home of family guy), ocean city, Atlantic city, Washington, Philly, New York. I didn't think much of New York. The other places were amazing and they love the English. The Boston nightlife is great, a bit like Manchester. Huge science Museum in Boston too which will take a whole day exploring. Definitely hire a car, super easy to drive round and everything on that route is around a 2 hour drive from each other.