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Is there any?

Previously I used mainly Norwegian to fly to Gatwick, but it has shut down most of the flights till December. What may be the substitute?

Non-direct are also appreciated (1 stop) and also I am considering other US cities. Through engines, I found only 1-stop Turkish Airlines flight (LAX-IST-LGW), but it seems rather pricey, about $900.

  • When do you want the flight? Right now? i.e. June/July? – Xnero Jun 21 at 17:01
  • June-July-August, anywhen in next 3 months – Suncatcher Jun 21 at 17:11
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Things are in a rapid state of flux and could change on short notice, but, as of this writing, it looks like British Airways and Virgin Atlantic are each operating one nonstop flight daily from London Heathrow to LAX. There do not appear to be any flights operating from Gatwick to anywhere in North America. Traveling from Gatwick to Heathrow before flying is likely to be significantly easier than taking any combination of flights out of Gatwick, but it is also important to consider in these times if it might be smarter (for the benefit of both the traveler and the community to which they'd be flying) not to travel at all.

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It seems like flights are getting more expensive after COVID, see this new question here as to why:

The best I managed to do is get the price down to £788 but that is with a lengthy stop-over:

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    It's not Gatwick unfortunately – Suncatcher Jun 21 at 18:36
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    @Suncatcher Getting from Heathrow to Gatwick is quite easy – Xnero Jun 21 at 18:36
  • I'm searching a flight for a senior person, so moving between airports can be a problem for him – Suncatcher Jun 21 at 18:40
  • @Suncatcher Why Gatwick? Is there some other part to this proposed itinerary? – Michael Hampton Jun 22 at 3:52
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    @Suncatcher you can find flights from LAX to MSQ via IST (very long overnight connection), AMS, CDG... – jcaron Jun 22 at 7:49

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