(it’s back!) *summer* USA in £200s return from across the UK (British Airways)

Okay good news: these crazy summertime fares to the US are back
Okay good news: these crazy summertime fares to the US are back (and with more options!)

Well, most of the Virgin Atlantic London departures are still, shockingly, sticking around from last week (you can find those here), but there's also now a direct summertime Virgin route to NYC in the £200s as well, which is a definite steal.

Meanwhile British Airways options, including non-London departures, went very quickly over the weekend and we received a few emails from those of you who missed them. They've now dropped them back down now with loads of dates. We don't expect them to last long this time either, so be quick!

Returns from London (LHR):

New York (EWR) - £268 (direct)
Portland (PDX) - £247
Salt Lake City (SLC) - £246
Detroit (DTW) - £245
Minneapolis (MSP) - £238

Returns from MAN, ABZ, GLA, INV, NCL, BHD, LBA:

New York (JFK/EWR) - £223
Boston (BOS) - £221

San Francisco (SFO) - £215
Las Vegas (LAS) - £226
Orlando (MCO) - £221
Travel Dates: November - August 2019 (excluding Xmas & Easter)

Airline: Virgin Atlantic (direct to NYC), British Airways (for all other routes)

Standard Fare:
£750 (summer)

Bags: Cabin bag only included, or use our tip below to add a checked bag for less.

Book by:
These peak summer options will likely be gone within 12-48 hours

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Here's how to book:

1. Head to Google Flights and use their handy calendar tool to find the best travel dates for your route, by locating the dates with the lowest fares. If you prefer to book directly (higher fares, lower change fees), then follow the link to the airline website and book.

Note: for most of the British Airways routes, peak summer dates will be around £20-£30 higher than those during off-peak travel months.

2. To get the lowest possible fares (those listed above), head over to Skyscanner, re-enter your itinerary and book with an OTA (online travel agent).

Important: If you are planning to travel with checked luggage, some OTAs (Netflights and TravelUp are good examples) sell economy standard tickets right now, while others only sell economy light (no bags). You can often add a bags-included fare for only around £20 more per return ticket, rather than the £60 the airlines charge.
New here? Here is everything you need to know about using Google flights, Momondo/Skyscanner, when/where/how to book and other tips to snagging a flight deal :-)

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