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Old 08-05-2005, 01:02 PM   #1
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heh everyone ryanair are doing some amazing fares at the moment i just paid £26.54 including tax return to riga from Liverpool on the 24th November. Some of the fares are free you just need to pay tax!
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ahhh how I love ryan air
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I like Ryan and EasyJet, very cheap fares. I'll be flying into London/Heathrow and then taking EasyJet to Athens. Unfortunately EJ doesn't fly out of LHR. only Luton. Anyone know how long and how much it takes to get from Heathrow to Luton?
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easyjet does fly from london gatwick and stanstead!
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easyjet does fly from london gatwick and stanstead!
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OK Cool. How long from Heathrow to any of those other airports?
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Well let's see...are you transferring directly from your arrival flight at Heathrow to Athens, or will you be spending any time in London first?

An immediate transfer from Heathrow to Luton is available through National Express. The cost is £16.50 one-way, £21 roundtrip.

If you'll be spending any time in London, then your most affordable option would be to take EasyBus from central London (Gloucester Place/Baker Street) to Luton airport. The cost is around £2-4 one-way.

For transfers directly from Heathrow to Gatwick, again, National Express offers coach service.

From central London, there are also a bunch of options - it's not hard to research. www.flybytrain.co.uk

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loving ryanair! just got a return flight to cork for the meet up for £19 inc tax
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I'm going to go straight to from Heathrow to the other airport. I'll check out that express you mentioned, thanks.


Beergal, I also cant believe how cheap the flights are. It doesn't make sense to go any other way. We need some super cheap airlines in the US (cheaper than Southwest).
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ha ha well im glad im british, thanks to the EU it made it possible for us to have all these cheap flights
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