BA ex:UK - NA ~$2400 F

Old Oct 24, 20, 4:55 pm
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BA ex:UK - NA ~$2400 F

https://www.google.com/flights?hl=en...1*2.USD.249121

2 free transfers, finding it hard to transfer at JFK for some reason playing around with matrix.

Appears you can book on to BA coded AA TATL if you want to avoid the box of sadness that is BA catering.
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Old Oct 24, 20, 7:55 pm
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Originally Posted by TravelingZoomer View Post
Appears you can book on to BA coded AA TATL if you want to avoid the box of sadness that is BA catering.
Hope others take advantage of it because BA J is pathetic these days
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Old Oct 24, 20, 8:16 pm
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Note that the SFO-JFK leg on the Google Flights link in the first post is in J.
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Old Oct 25, 20, 4:22 am
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Odd - while a Jersey start knocks a couple of hundred quid off the fare, Inverness slaps an extra 1500 on it.
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Old Oct 25, 20, 7:33 pm
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Interestingly the reverse route is also reasonably cheap around $3,400, e.g. jfk-lhr or jfk-par (3,100 with AmEx IAP). $3,800 for sfo-Par. Catering might still be bad though.

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Old Oct 27, 20, 12:55 pm
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I booked first leg in July and second in September. Just need to figure out how to round it out.
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Old Oct 27, 20, 1:05 pm
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Originally Posted by tj.d View Post
I booked first leg in July and second in September. Just need to figure out how to round it out.
IB awards are cheap from the east coast
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