Boston to UK for $550 or less

There’s more to the UK than London (and by extension, England). If you live in Boston, there are some great deals to cities worth spending some time in, including Bristol and Newquay in the southwest of England and Glasgow and Inverness up north in Scotland. Full-service airlines such as Aer Lingus and British Airways will get you to your favored destination at a low price from the end of this month through May.

Tell me if you book a flight, or if you have questions about what to see and do in the UK and beyond. Here are some local guides to Edinburgh and Shoreditch, London to whet your appetite.

Also, this website doesn’t pay for itself without your help. Consider booking your flight through this Momondo search engine link link — it pays for upkeep costs like servers and domain rental (not to mention time).

Birmingham: March 7-19 on Swiss Air and Lufthansa for $482

Bristol: March 13-24  on Aer Lingus for $554

Cardiff: April 4-16 on Delta and KLM for $557

Glasgow: April 2-13 on Aer Lingus for $437

Inverness: May 11-22 on British Airways and Aer Lingus for $401

London: April 25-May 3 on WOW air for $340

Manchester: May 23-31 on Icelandair for $412 (includes 27 hour stopover on return)

Newquay: March 26-April 5 on Aer Lingus for $517

If you want to fly somewhere else besides the UK, you can book a cheap connecting flight using one of these awesome flight search engines. It might help to check this handy infographic on budget airlines such as Ryanair. And if you want to travel somewhere that doesn’t have an airport (like Stonehenge), this list of travel websites and apps is a great resource to check out.

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