Deal alert: Flights to England and Scotland from major US cities starting at $475
If you’re in the mood for fish and chips or some haggis, then this deal to the U.K. might be for you. American and Air Canada are offering round-trip fares to London, England, and Edinburgh, Scotland, from major U.S. cities.
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Airlines: American Airlines, Air Canada, British Airways and Finnair
Routes: JFK/LAX/LGA/IAD/ORD to LHR and EDI
How to book: Directly through the airlines or through Google Flights
Travel dates: February – December (excluding summer)
Related: The whisky drinker’s guide to Scotland
The deals below are for basic economy seats, which include a standard seat and a carry-on bag. Seat selection, changes and checked bags will cost extra. All offers below are under $550 round-trip.
The cheapest fare we found was from New York (JFK) to London (LHR) at $475 round-trip. This deal is from the middle to the end of March on a direct flight via American Airlines.
Travelers in New York (LGA) can also snag a flight to Edinburgh (EDI) for $506 on Air Canada with a stop in Toronto (YYZ) each way.
From Washington D.C. (IAD) to Edinburgh (EDI) there are deals widely available on Air Canada with stops in Toronto (YYZ) each way for $506 as well.
Flights from Dulles (IAD) to London (LHR) are $548 round-trip on American Airlines and British Airways for nonstop flights in basic economy.
You can snag a deal from Chicago (ORD) to London (LHR) for $509 round-trip. The departure below is nonstop on American Airlines, and the return is on Finnair with an overnight layover in Helsinki (HEL).
There are deals via American Airlines for $548 round-trip from Los Angeles (LAX) to London (LHR) on a direct flight.
From the West Coast, you can fly from Los Angeles (LAX) to Edinburgh (EDI) for $506 via Air Canada. The deal below is from the middle to the end of October, but this fare is widely available.
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