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It’s a steal, it’s a deal and surprisingly – it’s real! Air France is on a mission to win you over the British public with french food, and solid deals, so they’re offering rock bottom prices from many UK cities to NYC. It’s time for that holiday shopping and romantic NYC experience, so jump on this deal while it lasts!

The Economy Steals To NYC…

Air France is attacking British Airways and Virgin Atlantic on their home turf- offering top notch deals to New York City, Boston and other desirable East Coast locations. But British Airways isn’t just sitting back and taking it! For just £245- £270 round trip you’ll receive a checked bag, meal and even earn miles. That’s tough to beat! You can depart from London, Newcastle or Inverness, with other cities available for slightly more.

The Dates You Can Jet Off…

These deals are available on select dates from November 2017- June 2018. Not every date will be available, but we’ve created handy Google Flights links to help you find the best prices. You’ll find those below.

How To Book These Amazing Deals…

Air France has the lowest deals from London, coming in at £270 round trip. Here’s a link. Air France is also the lowest for Newcastle, which you can find here. British Airways has incredible prices from Inverness, coming in at just £245 round trip. Here’s a link for those. Be sure to sign up for a frequent flyer program to earn miles from these flights. Free flights within Europe start at just 4,500 points! Enjoy NYC. Here’s a guide to visiting the city, the best places to see amazing skyline views and our favorite restaurants and bars.

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