Flight from London to California for under £550?
Hi there, I intend to fly out from London to California on Wednesday 16th April and leave on Friday 22nd or Saturday 23rd (whatever one is cheapest).
Money is extremely tight but I desperately need to get to the San Francisco airport (SFO) on those dates so I've been searching for hours and hours pretty much everyday for the past couple of weeks and my mind is just getting so overloaded.
I've found ones like this:
.. And many others that have similar prices, or ones that are just over £400. They're super cheap, but after looking at reviews of the site and many others like it, I've seen scam after scam. Some of the prices I've found are ridiculously expensive, but the cheapest I think I've found is £600.
Can anyone help me find a fare that is under £550, if not then around that price? I'd appreciate it so so much, thank you!
Will respond to people's answers and questions.
Oh, and please refrain from just posting flight fare search engines.
Thank you again!
@ Rolla Fan; Ahh, thanks for the information; that sucks. But thank you so much for going out of your way to help me o:
@ Dan; It is! Sorry people, I got mixed up with the calendar for March (see what I mean about stress? Lol.) I meant Wednesday 13th April. And thank you very much if you do :)
@ Rolla Fan; Thank you, so much!! I really appreciate your taking your own time out to help me.
I went on that site, spent a while trying a variety of different routes, etc. but I could only get the cheapest to $1,021.10, for both days (Friday and Saturday). Do you think the price you listed has changed since your post, or is it still on there and I'm doing something wrong?
@ Taiwan's Independence; Noted, thanks :)
- Anonymous9 years agoFavorite Answer
It is extremely hard to find the fare from LHR-SFO-LHR under 550 quid because the UK airports have started charging an "extra" taxes or the APD (Air Passenger Duty).
You have to go to Britishairways.com...
Check your flight itinerary details
Outbound - Wednesday 13 Apr, 2011
Email price quote
13 Apr 12:55
13 Apr Heathrow (London) O'Hare (Chicago) BA1542
American Airlines Economy
13 Apr 17:20
13 Apr O'Hare (Chicago) San Francisco International AA1697
American Airlines Economy
Inbound - Friday 22 Apr, 2011
22 Apr 15:30
22 Apr San Francisco International O'Hare (Chicago) AA1758
American Airlines Economy
22 Apr 06:55
23 Apr O'Hare (Chicago) Heathrow (London) BA0294
British Airways World Traveller
Passenger Price Taxes, fees, charges and surcharges per person Inclusive total*
1 Adult £ 318.00 £ 284.33 £ 602.33
If you find exactly the same flight cheaper on another US website, we'll refund the difference.
BA Price Promise
The price quoted excludes a surcharge of £4.50 per passenger that will be levied if you pay by credit card or with PayPal.
* The inclusive total of your ticket includes a security, insurance and fuel surcharge per flight levied by the carrier
I don't know if I can be more of a help, but that should be somewhat close to your ideal range... best wishes... If British Airways does not work, I would advise you to check on Continental/United/Delta. Not the American Airlines as they tend to be little pricey than United/Continental for the most of the time. Also, keep in mind that you need to book a ticket as soon as possible as the rate will go up rapidly if you are not buying the tickets soon enough.
- DanLv 49 years ago
16th April is a Saturday. Let me know if the dates you stated above are correct. I'll have a look for you.
Edit: Hello again. I don't know if you have already bought your ticket. When I checked the fares for you LHR-SFO roundtrip, the lowest fare is about 650 pounds. But if you are willing to make a connection in Chicago, and fly into San Jose instead of San Francisco, you can save 100 pounds. I have lived in the Bay Area and used to sometimes fly into San Jose. It is not much further than SFO when you have a rental car or if someone will be driving to pick you up.
- juliLv 44 years ago
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- Your MasterLv 69 years ago
£600 is a fair price I think. Baring in mind this is Cali to London