Book your first class, economy or business class flights to New York with The Savvy Flyer today and save up to 50% off published fares. We combine the latest travel technology and expert knowledge to source the very best flight deals to New York whether you are looking for a cheap flight, a luxurious first class ticket or a complex itinerary for business travel to New York and the US.
We will not be beaten on price for business class flights to New York, USA from the UK
Flights to New York from the UK take less than 8 hours and are available from London Heathrow (LHR), London City (LCY), Manchester (MAN), Glasgow (GLA), Birmingham (BHX) and other airports across the country with all the leading airlines. If you are looking for business class flights to New York we can help secure the best value fare and can book complex itineraries if you are flying on from New York – we can also offer industry leading rates on hotels, car hire and transfers. We are specialists in securing low cost business class flights to New York and offer exceptional customer service (100% rating on FEEFO) so your whole journey is a pleasure rather than a chore. Weâ€™ll guarantee a significant saving on your business class flights to New York as we specialise to the US and have worked tirelessly to negotiate industry beating fares with all the major airlines including British Airways and Virgin Atlantic.
Business class is a great way to fly to New York with average flying times just under eight hours youâ€™ll be sure to utilise the comforts Business class has to offer. The most reputable airlines that fly direct to New York are British Airways, Delta Airlines, American Airlines and Virgin Atlantic who all offer a fully flat-bed seat with enhanced meals allowing you to relax or work and arrive ready for what New York has to offer. Over the years we have built up a large client base of business and leisure clients travelling to New York regularly. We source exceptional fares to New York saving you thousands off the airlines published fares so itâ€™s definitely worth enquiring to see how much we can save you.
British Airways and American Airlines are the only airlines to offer first class flights to New York JFK or Newark from the UK. With average flying times of just under eight hours itâ€™s the perfect way to fly in luxury. British Airways operates the Boeing 747 and 777 to New York JFK and the Boeing 787 Dreamliner to Newark offering a great level of comfort and luxury. Flying out from their dedicated Heathrow Terminal 5 hub youâ€™ll swiftly be checked in, through a priority security check and into the award winning Concorde room lounge where you can enjoy a Spa treatment and a full waiter service meal before you board the plane ahead of the crowd. Once on board youâ€™ll be shown to your first class cabin equipped with a sliding door for that extra level of privacy and a 78â€ fully flat bed with luxurious bedding, duvet and pillows. Meals are of the highest standard with Michelin star chef inspired cuisines from across the globe. A complimentary concierge service is also offered on board which will help you plan your time in the Big Apple
If you wanted to travel in comfort but not pay the cost of a business class fare, then Premium economy is ideal. Although it doesnâ€™t offer a fully flatbed it certainly has a greater level of comfort then Economy class and youâ€™ll also have the benefit of flying in a premium cabin such as priority check in, increased baggage allowance, priority boarding and baggage control. Whatâ€™s more youâ€™ll even have a selection of the meals served to First and Business class passengers and a welcome drink upon boarding. Seating is also upgraded with a longer, bulkier seat with added footrest so you can sit back and relax during your flight. Please do enquire with one of our agents to find out more on the benefits of travelling in Premium economy class to New York.
There are a number of daily flights departing from the UK to New York so youâ€™ll most certainly find an airline that has the perfect flight times to suit you. Most depart from around 8am to late afternoon with the return flights varying throughout the day. British Airways, Virgin Atlantic, Delta and American Airlines all fly direct and have similar seating and layouts on their crafts. they also offer blankets and pillows to give you a good level of comfort. One of our agents will be happy to help tailor your trip to New York and can even source discounted hotels.
New York is a truly year-round destination whether itâ€™s for leisure or business. For those wanting to explore the Big Apple it has packed schedule of events and parades throughout the calendar year. Many dream of that magical trip during the run up to Christmas with the bright lights and snow filled streets. The summer months when the weather is warm and pleasant falls between April to early November with July and august considered the hottest. If there is a low season than that would be from mid-January to March when temperatures plummet and often find the snow and icy streets hard to navigate.
With so many daily flights taking off from the UK to New York the airlines tend to compete to fill their seats. Flight prices are obviously cheapest for off-peak seasons and with all other flights its always advisable to book as early as you can to avoid paying a premium for the last few seats on a plane which can be very pricey. Generally, the best time to book is around 3 to 6 months prior to departure and look out for airline sales which can help save you even more. We often send out flash sale updates through our newsletter so be sure to sign up and ensure you get yourself a great deal to the City that never sleeps.
Even if you have never been, you will probably feel like you know New York. So many tv programmes and films are shot in the city that Times Square, the Brooklyn Bridge, Central Park, The Statue of Liberty, Empire State Building, Fifth Avenue feel very familiar. There is so much to do in New York you will be hard pressed to see and do everything you want in one visit but as flights come in at under 8 hours it is not too far to go more than once. Manhattan is the go to borough in New York for holidamakers and can be best broken down as Upper Manhattan, Midtown and Lower Manhattan. In Midtown Manhattan you can see the Empire State Building, Rockefeller Center, the Museum of Modern Art and Grand Central amongst other great places. Upper Manhattan is home to Central Park, 5th Avenue for excellent shopping, the American Museum of Natural History and the Metropolitan Museum of Art. Lower Manhattan is a great place to take a boat tour in the Hudson, visit the 9/11 memorial and of course take in the iconic Statue of Liberty. Visit all these places and you have still barely scratched the surface of New York.