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It seems that there’s a bit of a fare war going on between BA (+ oneworld partners), Virgin and United (+ Star Alliance partners) on their London-San Francisco flights at the moment, leading to some ridiculously good fares – starting at at just £285 return!
The very cheapest fares seem to involve a stopover in at least one direction:
Some of you may view the opportunity to (briefly) see another city, or at least stretch your legs, as an advantage given that these are Economy fares. I suspect most readers will be more interested in the direct flights though, which are available fo just a few quid more:
~£300 for direct flights from London to San Francisco on full service carriers like BA, Virgin and United is a very, very good price. On many dates, it’s actually cheaper than flying with a low cost carrier like Norwegian. You’ll even earn a couple of thousand Avios/miles of your choice too!
I don’t often seriously consider long haul Economy these days (predominantly thanks to airline miles!), but this one is definitely tempting… Anyone else going to take advantage?