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Cheap Flights From Boston, Massachusetts (BOS) To London, England (LHR)

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Fares from Boston, MA (BOS)
$871 RT to
London, England, United Kingdom (LHR)
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Airline(s)
Delta, Virgin Atlantic, British Airways
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Adv. Purchase:
14 Days
Available:
Mon-Thur
Minimum Stay:
10 Nights
Maximum Stay:
30 Nights
More Details:
Spring travel; Nonstop flights
Last Updated:
Wednesday, 16 April 2014
Our Notes:
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Reviews for Boston to London (BOS-LHR)

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    Now I know how the Royal Family is treated

    by MEaton on August 15, 2012

    Flight from Boston to London

    Airline:
    Virgin Atlantic
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    Number of Stops:
    No stops
    Date of Flight:
    August 2012
    Seat Class:
    first

    I was on VS12 travelling on Sept 1st and returned on VS11 on Sept 10th. We rarely fly Fist but VA had a special offer to upgrade to Upper Class and we paid the extra. The crew was spot on with every aspect of the check-in, boarding, meals, drinks, amenities and attention. I could not have experienced more enjoyable flights. The Virgin Lounge in Boston was outstanding, the staff exceptional. The Virgin Lounge at LHR is HUGE. The restaurant staff was outstanding, but the drink staff spent most of their time chatting with the bartenders. I gave up trying to get their attention and went directly to the bar. I was rewarded when the waitress then brought me the worse Margarita I'd ever had. That will teach me to comment on the service... But overall, I will pay the extra again, it was well worth it!

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    gone to the dogs

    by england on October 14, 2010

    Flight from Boston to London

    Airline:
    British Airways
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    Number of Stops:
    No stops
    Date of Flight:
    September 2010
    Seat Class:
    economy

    i was surprised how shoddy the plane was and the crowding and the shrink wrapped breakfast with plastic forks and knives !

    i wont travel ba again if i can help it.

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    Icelandair Delivers

    by denilson on September 23, 2010

    Flight from Boston to London

    Airline:
    Icelandair
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    Number of Stops:
    1 stop in Reykjavik, Iceland
    Date of Flight:
    August 2010
    Seat Class:
    economy

    I was surprised (though I shouldn't have been these days) when my flight on Icelandair offered no free food or headsets, but instead charged extra for these. No problem. I got my food beforehand and read on the plane. I always felt stuffed after transatlantic flights anyway. This time I felt fine. But both the lower price of the flight and the efficiency of the airline made the journey a pleasure. On two of the four flights I was given emergency exit seats and so had plenty of legroom - an absolute luxury. Checking in at Heathrow was effortless - for some reason I was the only person in line (the flight was full). But the longest it took was about 15 minutes.

    And the best thing of all? I decided to stay over in Reykjavik for two nights on the way back. I fell in love with Iceland. And for the first time in almost 40 years of transatlantic flights I experienced no jet lag.

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    Smooth flight

    by oreg17 on September 23, 2010

    Flight from Boston to London

    Airline:
    American
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    Number of Stops:
    No stops
    Date of Flight:
    September 2010
    Seat Class:
    economy

    New headrests help support your head,food was horrible,

    'no' complimentary wine or alcohol, you had to pay $7 -surprised by this, as I thought all international flights had free alcoholic drink, like BA and Air France.

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    Virgin passenger perks make economy travel bearable

    by Ceejay on September 19, 2010

    Flight from Boston to London

    Airline:
    Virgin Atlantic
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    Number of Stops:
    No stops
    Date of Flight:
    September 2010
    Seat Class:
    economy

    They must be doing something right at Virgin Atlantic. Flight and cabin crew were cheerful and attentive. Complementary drinkies, ice cream, and those red socks are some of the extras you don't see on other airlines. As a tall person, I would have liked an inch or two more leg room between the rows in the economy seats, but the in-flight movie and video selections, free headsets, frequent ministrations by the flight attendants, (and really good chocolate pudding with the hot meal) served to distract me from my discomfort on the long transatlantic flight. This was my first time flying Virgin. It won't be the last. Cheers, Sir Richard!!

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    On time economy travel with good food service and flight attendants.

    by voyager77 on August 27, 2010

    Flight from Boston to London

    Airline:
    British Airways
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    Number of Stops:
    No stops
    Date of Flight:
    July 2010
    Seat Class:
    economy

    Using an internet boarding pass followed by relatively quick baggage check-in and passage through security gave a relaxed start to the British Airways flight. Boarding was handled efficiently. Then there was good food and wine service by congenial flight attendants.

    There was an excellent selection of gratis on-board media. The arrival at London was on time and exit from the plane went quickly.

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    I love this airline

    by Sam_trip on May 5, 2010

    Flight from Boston to London

    Airline:
    Virgin Atlantic
    Number of Stops:
    No stops
    Date of Flight:
    October 2009
    Seat Class:
    economy

    Although I missed most of the flight to London (and the Virgin Atlantic perks) because I was sleeping, the ride back on Virgin was wonderful. The movie selection was huge and I could watch as many as I wanted at any time. The crew was so attentive and never let my glass of wine go empty. It was a very relaxing and comfortable ride home.

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Sample Fares found by other travelers within the past 72 hours
Price From/To Depart/Return Airline
$1,146 Flight from Boston to Heathrow (BOS-LHR) Wed, Apr 23 - Wed, Apr 30 Delta Air Lines
$1,177 Flight from Boston to Heathrow (BOS-LHR) Wed, Apr 23 - Fri, May 2 Delta Air Lines
$1,476 Flight from Boston to Heathrow (BOS-LHR) Fri, Apr 18 - Mon, Apr 21 Delta Air Lines
$1,497 Flight from Boston to Heathrow (BOS-LHR) Tue, Apr 22 - Mon, Apr 28 Delta Air Lines
$1,574 Flight from Boston to Heathrow (BOS-LHR) Sat, Apr 19 - Sun, Apr 27 Delta Air Lines
$1,576 Flight from Boston to Heathrow (BOS-LHR) Sat, Apr 19 - Mon, Apr 28 Delta Air Lines
$2,809 Flight from Boston to Heathrow (BOS-LHR) Thu, Apr 17 - Sun, Apr 20 Delta Air Lines
$2,912 Flight from Boston to Heathrow (BOS-LHR) Thu, Apr 17 - Mon, Apr 21 Delta Air Lines
$2,912 Flight from Boston to Heathrow (BOS-LHR) Thu, Apr 17 - Tue, Apr 22 Delta Air Lines
$7,021 Flight from Boston to Heathrow (BOS-LHR) Wed, Apr 16 - Fri, Apr 18 Virgin Atlantic Airways
There are approximately 667 flights covering the route from Logan International Airport in Boston to Heathrow Airport in London, provided by as many as 20 airlines.

The following airlines sometimes offer nonstop cheap flights from Boston to London:

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