Airline Is Selling Return Flights To NYC For £290
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We all deserve a holiday after the year we've had - and now the travel Gods have answered our prayers.
An airline is offering customers looking for a getaway trip to New York City for only £290.
Yep, we couldn't believe our eyes either.
JetBlue is giving customers the chance to take a direct return flight to John F. Kennedy international airport in New York City, departing from London Gatwick with dates in November, December and January for £291.13.
It goes without saying New York City is gorgeous city with dozens of attractions, especially during the Christmas period and the iconic ball drop during the New Year's Eve countdown.
Prices for flights to the US have increased dramatically since the country announced it would be opening its borders to travellers once again.
You can find out more about the deal here.
Before you travel it’s important to check the travel rules for leaving and returning. From Monday 4th October 2021, the government's regulations will be simplified to a single red list of countries and simplified travel measures for travellers from the rest of the world.
You can find out more here.
Many airports in the US have implemented safety measures to limit the spread of Covid-19 You should check the website of the airport you’re flying into, in this case John F. Kennedy International airport, to see how these guidelines may affect you.
In January 2021, President Joe Biden signed an Executive Order to ensure that masks are worn on planes, trains, buses and in airports.
Face coverings are not mandatory in New York City, as things currently, stand but they are encouraged to be used to prevent the spread of coronavirus.
New York’s tourism industry has been hit hard by the pandemic and tourism officials in New York City welcomed the news that tourists will be able to travel to the Big Apple starting in November.
Fred Dixon, the chief executive of NYC & Company, the city’s tourism promotion agency, told The New York Times the return of tourism will be “a shot in the arm for the industry.”