Flying to New York

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  1. Deafjeff

    Deafjeff Well-Known Member

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    Hello,

    Stephen and I are thinking of flying to New York in November and I have been looking at flights during my lunch. This got me thinking. Which airline would you book to fly to New York (From London)

    We looked at Virgin and it is coming at £1700 for PE return for both of us. No idea if this is a good deal as we normally book Virgin flight as part of package.

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    I think that's a little high. We just booked flights to Irelad and it was less, for two. Outgoing direct from MCO to Dublin, and return through JFK.

    Look at some other carriers before you book.

    Oh, I just realized, you are booking a higher class seat than did we. Sorry! I'll hush now.
     
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    Jeff's back!!!! :)

    I've always used BA (for all my flights, but definitely for NYC). With 6 flights a day, there's plenty of availability which drives prices down. If you fancy a go in the Boeing Dreamliner, she flies the Newark route.
     
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    Thanks for that will have a look! And I'm back!


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