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Cheap Flights From Newark, New Jersey (EWR) To London, England (LGW)

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$867 RT to
London, England, United Kingdom (LGW)
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Reviews for Newark to London (EWR-LGW)

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    What you pay for is what you get

    by cdvla313 on September 16, 2010

    Flight from Newark to London

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

    After reading horror reviews about Iceland Express online, I was so worried about not getting to my destinations on time. However, when actually flying, I was on time for every leg of the trip. Iceland Express is no frills- you don't even get a complimentary beverage, but as I was expecting it, everything was fine to me. No problems checking in at all. I'm tiny (under 5 feet), so the legroom was perfectly fine for me, and one one of the legs coming home I was unexpectedly upgraded to one with extra leg room, but I can see how some people might be uncomfortable. Still, you can't beat the price. All I was asking for was a flight that was on time, and didn't crash, and that's what I got.

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    My experience was "meh," but I'd take Iceland Express again

    by nikkidefazio on August 12, 2010

    Flight from Newark to London

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

    So the good: So cheap. So cheap. So cheap. Plus, it seemed shorter than the typical trip to London because the flight to Iceland was about 5 hours or so, then maybe 3 hours to London. It was a good place to stop. And there weren't many people on my flight so I got extra room since no one was sitting next to me. Score.

    The bad... or maybe just the slightly irritating: Flight was 3 hours late. Typical for Newark, nothing on the airline. Planes are small... not sure what type it is, but the one with 6 seats, 3 on each side. No in-flight entertainment... I think there may have been a movie on the way back, but the first plane was an old Saudi Arabian Airlines plane. No food... you had to pay for everything a la carte. When we got to Iceland, though, it was a bit chaotic. No one knew where they were supposed to go. No one at the airport knew where we were supposed to go. In fact, the terminal was practically deserted. It was irritating, but since I had a bit of time between flights, no big deal. It would have sucked if I'd only had a few minutes.

    On the way back, same thing. Flight went well from Gatwick to Iceland, but then when we got to Iceland we were told we need to go downstairs... and we were locked in the terminal. None of the airport workers knew where we should go or when the gates out of the terminal would be unlocked. I found it kind of humorous... again because I had a good amount of time between flights. Finally got into the main part of the airport and that was pretty cool- there was a big cafeteria, lots of shops open, and more importantly... life, haha.

    Overall, the frills of the international flights are fun, but since I'd rather save my money to spend on actually doing things rather than splurging on plane entertainment and food, I'd take Iceland Express again.

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    Iceland Express!! - NOT Iceland Air

    by asilber on August 5, 2010

    Flight from Newark to London

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

    Ok so here's the scoop with Iceland Express, I recently flew to London Gatwick and first off let me just say that I would nit have been able to go if not for their low prices. This alone makes them a great airline.

    As for the experience, the planes that these guys use (which are leased from another airline) are old, like really old, so there are no back of the seat displays and the whole plane experience is very 25 years ago. The economy section was very small, I am no a tall guy by any means and my knees were touching the seat in front of me. I would recommend that you spend the 30 to upgrade to the first 8 rows which are business class seats. Again keep in mind these are business clas from 25 years ago, so no fully reclinig seats, just bigger.

    Basically this is a no frills, plan on paying $2 for a can of coke airline, but I would fly them again. If anything, the next time I would schedule a day in Iceland (mandatory stopover) and go visit the volcano.

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Sample Fares found by other travelers within the past 72 hours
Price From/To Depart/Return Airline
$1,303 Flight from Newark to Gatwick (EWR-LGW) Thu, Jun 19 - Tue, Jun 24 Air Canada
$1,340 Flight from Newark to Gatwick (EWR-LGW) Wed, Jun 11 - Wed, Jun 25 TAP-Portugal
$1,530 Flight from Newark to Gatwick (EWR-LGW) Wed, Jun 11 - Mon, Jun 16 TAP-Portugal
$1,550 Flight from Newark to Gatwick (EWR-LGW) Sun, Jun 15 - Sun, Jun 22 Air Canada
$1,730 Flight from Newark to Gatwick (EWR-LGW) Wed, Jun 18 - Mon, Jun 23 TAP-Portugal
$1,821 Flight from Newark to Gatwick (EWR-LGW) Sat, Jun 21 - Tue, Jul 1 American Airlines
$1,965 Flight from Newark to Gatwick (EWR-LGW) Wed, Jun 18 - Fri, Jun 20 American Airlines
$1,983 Flight from Newark to Gatwick (EWR-LGW) Sat, Jun 14 - Sat, Jun 21 American Airlines
$2,030 Flight from Newark to Gatwick (EWR-LGW) Sun, Jun 15 - Tue, Jun 17 American Airlines
$2,047 Flight from Newark to Gatwick (EWR-LGW) Wed, Jun 25 - Fri, Jun 27 Aer Lingus
There are approximately 56 flights covering the route from Newark Liberty International Airport in Newark to Gatwick Airport in London, provided by as many as 14 airlines.

The following airlines often offer cheap flights from Newark to London:

Continental Airlines
British Airways
Delta Air Lines
KLM
Lufthansa

As an alternative to flying from Newark, you may also want to try searching for cheap flights from New York City (LGA).
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