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Christmas fare Delta New York JFK/LGA/EWR to London $608

Delta and Virgin Atlantic have a Christmas season sale from New York and Newark to London at $608 to $615 round trip. There are some straight nonstop flights with Virgin Atlantic between JFK and London LHR and there are some convoluted itineraries with Delta flights via Detroit and change of airports between Washington DCA and Washington Dulles IAD for some of these low fare tickets. Some itineraries have long overnight layovers in Boston or Philadelphia on return segments. Regardless of the routing, low $600s for New York to London at Christmas season is a limited time opportunity discount ticket.

Delta Airlines  Newark EWR – Detroit DTW – London LHR – Detroit DTW – Newark EWR

$614.96 round trip Wed Dec 21 – Thu Dec 29 (Virgin Atlantic DTW – London LHR)

EWR-LHR $615 DL Dec 21-29

 

Delta Airlines  Newark EWRLondon LHR (Virgin Atlantic) – Detroit DTW (VS) – Newark EWR (DL)

$607.46 round trip Monday Dec 19 – Thu Dec 29

EWR-LHR $608 Dec 19-29 DL

Virgin Atlantic New York JFK – London LHR – Philadelphia PHL – New York JFK

$607.46 round trip  Mon Dec 19 – Thu Dec 28

JFK-LHR $608 VS Dec19-28

JFK-LHR $608 VS-2 Dec 19-28

This is one of the long layover itineraries with an overnight in Philadelphia on return. You can just grab your bags and catch a train to New York if you don’t want an overnight stay in Philadelphia waiting for the last flight. I also saw long layovers in Boston on return. Might not be bad if you have family or friends to visit in one of these cities.

There are flights from New York LGA too. Itineraries I saw required a switch of airports from DCA to IAD for the flight to London.

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Ric Garrido of Monterey, California started Loyalty Traveler in 2006 for traveler education on hotel and air travel, primarily using frequent flyer and frequent guest loyalty programs for bargain travel. Loyalty Traveler joined BoardingArea.com in 2008.

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