Think your holiday budget limits you to cheap flights to European airports you've never heard of? Think again. King of the cheap flight deals, Ryanair, is partnering with Norwegian Air to offer long-haul flights to New York starting from as soon as this summer. The flights will reportedly depart from a range of UK airports and go to Boston, New Jersey, and New York.
Critics have pointed out that Stewart Airport is around 60 miles from Manhattan and T.F. Green is 63 miles from Boston but, tbh, any traveller who has flown into one of the supposed "London" airports - Gatwick, Luton or Stansted - will be used to a journey into central London that takes almost as long as their flight.
A spokesperson for Ryanair said: "Given we have the largest route network in Europe, it's a logical move and a very attractive proposition for long haul carriers."
Current round trip flights to New York from London on British Airways start from around £668.
Here's a few more super cheap long haul flight options to take a look at...
WOW Air from Iceland are really upping the game with their one way flights to San Fran from just £149. Sure, you've got to stop in Iceland on the way, but dropping in to say hi to the first country to enforce equal pay for women is A-OK by us. Just don't order pineapple on your pizza while you're there.