Deal Alert: London to US West Coast From £280 Return

Jul 23, 2019

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The best way to find the right fares and dates is by using Google Flights and selecting the appropriate origin and destination cities. You can then scroll through the calendar to find the cheapest fares. Once you’ve got the dates for you, click through to British Airways’ or Norwegian’s website to book. 

Both Norwegian and British Airways are offering discounted fares from London to several cities on the West Coast of the US. You can fly from London — either Heathrow or Gatwick, depending on the route — to San Francisco (SFO), Los Angeles (LAX), Seattle (SEA) and Portland (PDX) from just £280 return.

The BA-operated flights require a stop — most often, in Chicago (ORD) or Dallas (DFW) — before continuing on with Oneworld partner American Airlines. Keep in mind that you’ll want to check the luggage restrictions with the fare you book. Norwegian is a low-cost carrier notorious for charging passengers for checked luggage.

Airline: Norwegian/BA
Cost: £280 return
Travel Dates: October 2019 – February 2020

Here are a couple of examples of what you can book:

London (LGW) to San Francisco (SFO) for £280 return in January:

London (LHR) to Portland (PDX) for £284 return in November:

London (LGW) to Los Angeles (LAX) for £285 return in February:

London (LGW) to Seattle (SEA) for £315 return in October:

H/T: Secret Flying

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