Flight Deal: Fly Nonstop To London From NYC For Only $297
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Flight Deal: Fly Nonstop To London From NYC For Only $297

Deals , London , United Kingdom , NYC , United States
DeAnna Taylor
DeAnna Taylor Oct 9, 2019

Looking to head to London soon? We’ve got you covered. Finnair, an affiliate of British Airways, just reduced prices on flights from New York’s JFK airport into London.

The lowest price found at the time of this post was $297 roundtrip and nonstop.

This deal is available for travel between November and March of 2020. To find the deal we searched Skyscanner using the dates 11/11-11/18. When using Skyscanner, you should filter your search by the whole month. So for example, you would search for the entire month of December. Once the search runs, the lowest prices available will show up in green.

From there, just select the date range that works best for you and follow the link to book your seat.

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London, England is one of the most ethnically and culturally diverse cities in the world, and the influence of residents with African and Caribbean roots is alive and well in the vibrant metropolis. The contributions of the UK’s Black citizens have helped to redefine laws and shape art, food, and pop culture in the region.

London has no shortage of pubs, Prince of Peckham is a modern, black-owned, youthful approach to the city’s famous pub culture. Owned by Clement Ogbonnaya, the South London pub was inspired by a black 90s British sitcom called Desmond’s, and the eatery prides itself on being an inclusive establishment where guests can enjoy jerk dishes, creative cocktails, and of course, beer.

It took more than 33 years for Black Cultural Archives to open its doors in the heart of Brixton, and the facility is one of the first museums in Britain devoted to celebrating the history and art of black people in the region. The center showcases both contemporary works by black artists as well as fascinating historical exhibits, and the Black Cultural Archives always hosts events in conjunction with it’s latest exhibitions.

NYC, this deal is calling your name. Don’t sleep or you will definitely miss out.