$100 to LGW

Old Feb 3rd 2024, 8:32 pm
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For those within easy reach of NY, Norse Atlantic have some $100 one way fares to LGW on dates in Feb and March. It is the very no frills you get a carry on only ticket.
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Originally Posted by lansbury
For those within easy reach of NY, Norse Atlantic have some $100 one way fares to LGW on dates in Feb and March. It is the very no frills you get a carry on only ticket.
Now that Gatwick is fully back in the transatlantic business post-pandemic, the old prejudice against it seems the same as ever - regarded as less convenient or whatever, compared to Heathrow. So often there is a cost saving, flying to LGW..

I’d used Heathrow only for twenty years; obviously, decent link to London via Piccadilly Line (cheap, but very slow,) or Heathrow Express (expensive, comfortable and fast.) But of course Gatwick has a good railway link to London too. So in November I flew Boston to Gatwick on JetBlue, because it was significantly cheaper than their flight to Heathrow that left at about the same time. And since my trip is always to Norwich, I was surprised that Gatwick has a good rail link to Norwich, since there’s a direct train Gatwick to Cambridge.
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