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Cheap flight deals from Manchester to Los Angeles

Here are some of the best deals found on KAYAK recently from the most popular airlines for round-trip flights from Manchester to Los Angeles that are departing in the next months. While these flights were available on KAYAK in the last 72 hours, prices and availability are subject to change and deals may expire.
19:00 - 17:30MAN-LAX
30h 30m1 stop
19:45 - 19:35LAX-MAN
15h 50m1 stop
Thu, 18 Apr - Mon, 22 Apr
12:05 - 18:30MAN-LAX
14h 25m1 stop
20:15 - 20:25LAX-MAN
16h 10m1 stop
£459Aer Lingus
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Thu, 18 Apr - Mon, 22 Apr
07:30 - 14:25MAN-LAX
13h 55m1 stop
16:25 - 13:55LAX-MAN
14h 30m1 stop
£465Finnair
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Wed, 13 Mar - Tue, 19 Mar
12:25 - 19:30MAN-LAX
14h 05m1 stop
23:25 - 21:20LAX-MAN
14h 55m1 stop
£466Finnair
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Wed, 13 Mar - Tue, 19 Mar
10:15 - 13:40MAN-LAX
35h 25m1 stop
16:15 - 18:40LAX-MAN
18h 25m1 stop
£472Scandinavian Airlines
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Tue, 16 Apr - Sat, 27 Apr
19:10 - 13:40MAN-LAX
26h 30m1 stop
16:15 - 17:40LAX-MAN
17h 25m2 stops
£489Scandinavian Airlines
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Tue, 16 Apr - Sat, 27 Apr
13:00 - 22:34MAN-LAX
16h 34m1 stop
07:55 - 11:05LAX-MAN
20h 10m1 stop
£530Virgin Atlantic
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Wed, 13 Mar - Fri, 22 Mar
07:30 - 14:25MAN-LAX
13h 55m1 stop
15:35 - 12:25LAX-MAN
12h 50m1 stop
£603British Airways
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Wed, 20 Mar - Wed, 3 Apr
09:50 - 19:03MAN-LAX
17h 13m1 stop
06:00 - 06:55LAX-MAN
16h 55m1 stop
£673Virgin Atlantic
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Wed, 26 Jun - Mon, 15 Jul
10:55 - 17:05MAN-LAX
14h 10m1 stop
19:45 - 17:10LAX-MAN
13h 25m1 stop
£748British Airways
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Sat, 25 May - Fri, 31 May

Flights from Manchester to Los Angeles - Travel Insights & Trends

Get data-powered insights and trends into flights from Manchester to Los Angeles to help you find the cheapest flights, the best time to fly and much more.

What’s the cheapest day of the week to fly from Manchester to Los Angeles?

The average price of all flights from Manchester to Los Angeles clicked on KAYAK for each day over the last 12 months.
For Manchester to Los Angeles, Wednesday is the cheapest day to fly on average and Saturday is the most expensive. Flying from Los Angeles back to Manchester, the best deals are generally found on Wednesday, with Friday being the most expensive.

What is the cheapest month to fly from Manchester to Los Angeles?

To calculate monthly average prices, KAYAK takes all prices for each month over the last year for flights from Manchester to Los Angeles, removes the top 0.1% to account for outliers, and then takes the median of all values for each month.
The cheapest month for flights from Manchester to Los Angeles is February, where tickets cost £463 on average. On the other hand, the most expensive months are July and August, where the average cost of tickets is £813 and £783 respectively.

How far in advance should I book a flight from Manchester to Los Angeles?

To calculate daily average prices, KAYAK takes all prices for each day before departure over the last year for flights from Manchester to Los Angeles, removes the top 0.1% to account for outliers, and then takes the average of all the values for each month.
To get a below average price on the flight from Manchester to Los Angeles, you should book around 1 week before departure. For the absolute cheapest price, our data suggests you should book 48 days before departure.

Which airlines provide the cheapest flights from Manchester to Los Angeles?

The cheapest price for the route for each airline clicked by KAYAK users in the last 72 hours.
In the last 72 hours, the cheapest one-way ticket from Manchester to Los Angeles found on KAYAK was with Scandinavian Airlines for £463. Aer Lingus proposed a return connection from £459 and Finnair from £465.

How long does a flight from Manchester to Los Angeles take?

Flying between Los Angeles and Manchester will take minimum 13h 50m and will require at least one stop.

Good to know - Cheap tickets from Manchester to Los Angeles

Low season

January

High season

September

Cheapest flight

£316
Best time to beat the crowds (18% less expensive on average)
Most popular time to fly and prices are also 1% lower on average.
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When to book flights from Manchester to Los Angeles

Are your dates flexible? Find out the best times to travel from Manchester to Los Angeles based on our flight data from the last year. Discover the cheapest month and even day to fly.
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KAYAK looks at all historical flight data for each date to provide a predicted price for one-way trips or returns with a duration up to 40 days. While we try to provide actual minimum prices for each date, some prices are predictions and actual prices may differ.

FAQs for booking flights from Manchester to Los Angeles

  • Which onsite lounges does Manchester Airport have?

    Once you find cheap flights from Manchester to Los Angeles, ensure you visit the onsite lounges at Manchester Airport. Manchester Airport has several lounges, including Escape Lounge in Terminal 1, 2 and 3, 1903 Lounge in Terminal 2 and Emirates Lounge in Terminal 1. Book in advance to get better deals on the entrance fee.

  • What options does Los Angeles Airport feature for limited-mobility facilities?

    You should book limited-mobility services or special assistance at Los Angeles Airport at least 48 hours before your flight. You will get access to facilities such as wheelchairs, adult changing rooms and easily accessible washrooms. Los Angeles Airport also features a particular assistance vehicle, which helps transfer passengers with mobility limitations within the terminal. The special assistance points are easily accessible within the terminal.

  • Are there any direct flights from Manchester to Los Angeles?

    Yes, it’s possible to fly direct from Manchester to Los Angeles with Delta, KLM and Air France, or a combination of these three. As departures are limited, travellers with specific dates in mind may find themselves making a stopover in a North American or British city. Carriers like British Airways, Air Canada and Virgin Atlantic fly the route with stopovers in London, Toronto and Las Vegas.

  • What is the quickest way to get from Los Angeles Airport to Downtown?

    You’ll need to allow around 45min to 1h for the journey by car from Los Angeles Airport to Downtown LA. Authorised taxis are available outside each terminal, and you’ll be presented with a ticket stating standard fares for your trip. A quicker option may well be to take the metro, with a free shuttle bus service operating between the airport and the Metro Green Line Aviation Station, where you can connect to several other city destinations.

  • Is it easy to rent a car at Los Angeles Airport?

    Car hire is very popular at Los Angeles Airport, but you need to be aware that all car rental offices are located away from the airport grounds. Most companies offer a courtesy shuttle bus to their office, which can be caught from under the purple "Rental Car Shuttles" sign on the lower floor outside baggage reclaim. Ace, Allied, Airport Van Rentals, Midway and Silvercar are in a different location, which can be accessed via the "Economy Lot" shuttle bus. If in doubt, contact your chosen company in advance.

  • Where can I grab a bite to eat at Los Angeles Airport?

    There are plenty of food concessions at Los Angeles Airport, with options ranging from burgers to pizza, noodles to sushi. While the majority do not open 24/7, vending machines are available round the clock dispensing drinks, crisps, chocolate, etc. Even if your flight from Manchester to Los Angeles arrives late, most terminals have a café in Arrivals that is open during flight times, such as Starbucks in Terminal 4 and The Coffee Bean & Tea Leaf in the Tom Bradley International Terminal (TBIT).

  • What is the cheapest flight from Manchester to Los Angeles?

    In the last 3 days, the lowest price for a flight from Manchester to Los Angeles was £400 for a one-way ticket and £508 for a return.

  • Which airports will I be using when flying from Manchester to Los Angeles?

    On your way to Los Angeles, you’ll fly out from Manchester. You’ll be landing at Los Angeles.

  • Which aircraft models fly most regularly from Manchester to Los Angeles?

    We unfortunately don’t have that data for this specific route.

  • Which airline alliances offer flights from Manchester to Los Angeles?

    Star Alliance, oneworld, and SkyTeam are the airline alliances operating flights between Manchester and Los Angeles, with Star Alliance being the most commonly used for this route.

  • What is the most popular stopover when flying to Los Angeles from Manchester?

    London is the most popular stopover city among KAYAK users travelling from Manchester to Los Angeles.

  • Which is the best airline for flights from Manchester to Los Angeles, Virgin Atlantic or Finnair?

    The two airlines most popular with KAYAK users for flights from Manchester to Los Angeles are Virgin Atlantic and Finnair. With an average price for the route of £677 and an overall rating of 7.7, Virgin Atlantic is the most popular choice. Finnair is also a great choice for the route, with an average price of £623 and an overall rating of 7.7.

  • How does KAYAK find such low prices on flights from Manchester to Los Angeles?

    KAYAK is a travel search engine. That means we look across the web to find the best prices we can find for our users. With over 2 billion flight queries processed yearly, we are able to display a variety of prices and options on flights from Manchester to Los Angeles.

  • How does KAYAK's flight Price Forecast tool help me choose the right time to buy my flight ticket from Manchester to Los Angeles?

    KAYAK’s flight Price Forecast tool uses historical data to determine whether the price for a flight to Los Angeles from Manchester is likely to change within 7 days, so travelers know whether to wait or book now.

  • What is the Hacker Fare option on flights from Manchester to Los Angeles?

    Hacker Fares allow you to combine one-way tickets in order to save you money over a traditional return ticket. You could then fly to Los Angeles with an airline and back to Manchester with another airline.

  • What is KAYAK's "flexible dates" feature and why should I care when looking for a flight from Manchester to Los Angeles?

    Sometimes travel dates aren't set in stone. If your preferred travel dates have some wiggle room, flexible dates will show you all the options when flying to Los Angeles from Manchester up to 3 days before/after your preferred dates. You can then pick the flights that suit you best.

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Top tips for finding a cheap flight from Manchester to Los Angeles

  • You can drive to Manchester Airport (MAN) for your cheap flight from Manchester to Los Angeles. Manchester Airport features a range of parking facilities, including short-stay and long-stay areas. The car parks are just a short walk from the check-in desks, with the long-stay car parks within the multi-storey building in both Terminal 1 and Terminal 3. Book in advance to avoid missing parking spots, especially during rush hours.
  • Some primary transfer options from the city centre to Manchester Airport include boarding a taxi, bus or train. Consider a cab for a more comfortable ride from the city centre to the airport. The train is a faster transfer option from the city centre to the airport, with the train station easily accessible within the terminal. Piccadilly Station is the departing point, with trains leaving every 10min or so, getting you to Manchester Airport in about 15min.
  • Los Angeles Airport (LAX) is about 20 miles from the city centre, with major transfer options including boarding a taxi or bus. The FlyAway buses offer all-hours services and get you to the city centre in about 35min. Consider taxis for a more comfy trip from Los Angeles Airport to the city centre.
  • Several airlines have a hub at Los Angeles Airport (LAX), with many offering lounges exclusively for their passengers. Economy ticketholders for Alaska Airlines, American Airlines and United Airlines can all pay on the door to access the relevant lounge.
  • If you book a flight from Manchester to Los Angeles with a US-based airline, you are likely to be departing from Terminal 2 or 3. It may be useful to know that Terminal 2 has slightly more shops and services, and that the two are approximately a 15min walk apart (via covered walkway and skybridge).
  • Manchester Airport (MAN) offers several baby changing facilities located near the women’s bathrooms. All have comfortable chairs for breastfeeding mothers, and there is an additional nursing room in Terminal 1.
  • Many people find flying stressful, but fortunately, the LAX PUPS are on hand to take some of the strain. One of the largest airport therapy dog programmes in existence, you can look out for the red-jacketed pups around the airport.
  • In transit after a flight from Manchester to Los Angeles? Soak up some local culture by exploring the LAX Art Program. Permanent and rotating exhibitions of painting, photography and sculpture are complemented by occasional live music performances.
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Top 5 airlines serving from Manchester to Los Angeles

Need help choosing which airline to fly with from Manchester to Los Angeles? KAYAK airline reviews give an overall score for each airline based on loads of factors, including comfort, boarding, in-flight entertainment and more, to make your decision easier. See airline scores according to KAYAK reviews.
7.7
Virgin AtlanticOverall score based on 769 reviews
77entertainment
79boarding
84crew
72food
74comfort
78overall
Airline reviews

We flew Upper Class from London to The Turks and Caicos. Check in was amazing. Our ldriver too us directly to a special entrance to terminal 3. It took 10 minutes to check in and clear customs. Amazing! The VA lounge is large and comfortable. Boarding the flight was easy and without a wait. The crew was excellent. But the seats were awful, strange and uncomfortable. Having a comfortable flat bed seat is the reason we pays 1000s extra. The VA 787 uses a reverse herringbone configuration. Look it up. You have your back to the window and are facing the aisle with no privacy. Turning the seat into a bed requires assistance from the crew so not very spontaneous. . The food was ok. A bit tasteless and meager portions. Had to pay for WiFi. I believe VA has other configuration on their dream airbus flights. Lots of stuff about all this on YouTube where you can see what I have been describing. I can not recommend taking VA on a long flight with these seats.

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We flew Upper Class from London to The Turks and Caicos. Check in was amazing. Our ldriver too us directly to a special entrance to terminal 3. It took 10 minutes to check in and clear customs. Amazing! The VA lounge is large and comfortable. Boarding the flight was easy and without a wait. The crew was excellent. But the seats were awful, strange and uncomfortable. Having a comfortable flat bed seat is the reason we pays 1000s extra. The VA 787 uses a reverse herringbone configuration. Look it up. You have your back to the window and are facing the aisle with no privacy. Turning the seat into a bed requires assistance from the crew so not very spontaneous. . The food was ok. A bit tasteless and meager portions. Had to pay for WiFi. I believe VA has other configuration on their dream airbus flights. Lots of stuff about all this on YouTube where you can see what I have been describing. I can not recommend taking VA on a long flight with these seats.

From the start everything was perfectly fine. First meal was fantastic. Breakfast needs a lot of work and food was overcooked and not very nice for breakfast. Staff for a fantastic friendly nice we came round and check we need anything else to eat or drink

From the start everything was perfectly fine. First meeting was fantastic. Breakfast needs a lot of work and food was overcooked and not very nice for breakfast.

Tai-City to Atlanta :Lots of legroom on the flight. No interaction from the staff at all on the plane. They only attended to the First Class passengers. There was no entertainment. Security I was body scanned even though I hadn't set off an alarm, my father-in-law in his 80s, was stopped and subjected to a through body search, told that they would have to place their hands in intimate places. There were several border guards present, and as we walked off we could hear the TWA officer talk about the procedure as if he was training. My father-in-law was a little upset about the whole process. A kind explanation that training was taking place would have been more acceptable, and it felt dehumanizing to him. Atlanta to London: Check in was difficult we had been unable to do this online for 2 of the family members on the same booking both in their mid to late-80s. No seats had been allocated for them and we were all travelling Premium Economy. After several phone calls to the booking agent and conversations with Delta staff at TriCites airport, we were told that seats would be allocated at the gate in Atlanta. When we arrived at Atlanta, and spoke to a member of the boarding staff at the gate, he was curt and repeated back exactly what we had just told him, that only one of us was checked in. I explained that we had been unable to check-in online for the 2 family members (I had tried twice). He again repeated back that we needed to check-in. As we were in transit, I was at a loss at what he wanted us to do, but he kept repeating that we needed to do this. I asked where we should do this. No answer. In fact all he did throughout was look at his screen. He told us that there were no seats in Premium Economy, and that he could offer my parents-in-law 'two seats at the back'. I asked if he meant at the back of Premium Economy, and he replied, 'No, at the back of the plane'. At this point, myself and my father-in-law pointed out that they had paid for Premium Economy tickets and expected seats there. He never took his eyes off the screen once. Then he hit a button and it printed out two boarding passes for my parents-in-law. The seats were directly across from my seat. He had gone from saying there were no seats to somehow finding two together. No explanation, no eye contact, nothing. The flight: As we boarded, our first introduction to the flight was the stewardess at the entrance addressing a passenger with an annoyed and loud voice about a bag that belonged to them. That was not promising. The seats were good, and so were all the accessories. The food, etc.: we had flown with Virgin on our outward journey and I could not fault it. The service and food was excellent, the stewards very helpful, offering additional drinks and snacks. The toilets were more accessible than Delta, which were in the economy area and were told in no uncertain terms that we should not use the First Class toilets, even though they were much closer to our section of the plane. We had a menu for both flights, yet when I asked for the chicken dish on Delta, I was told that there was none left and that there was another chicken dish with mashed potatoes and that 'it was fine'. This was almost pushed on me before I could answer. I was sitting 3 rows from the front of the section, so I was surprised that they had already run out. I repeated that I would like the chicken dish on the menu, and asked whether she would be able to get one from her colleague who was serving in the other aisle. The stewardess replied 'No, that's not how it works!' It always has on previous flights, so I was a bit confused. I accepted that I would have to opt for the pasta option (no choice), but was a little perturbed by her response. Minutes later she returns and hands me the chicken dish I had originally asked for. I had already started eating the other one, but was told curtly that I could have both. This was the same stewardess who was shouting at a passenger as we boarded the plane. The food was very poor in the end, nowhere near as good as Virgin's. Unlike Virgin, there was no starter, no bread roll, just a main and a brownie served in a cardboard container. Virgin had provided real china and glass. Unlike Virgin, they did not return to ask if we wanted more drinks, and there was no tea or coffee served after the meal. The breakfast that was served later was equally poor and inedible, apart from the fruit. At the time, the stewardess, a different one, completely walked past my mother-in-law and did not offer her a hot drink. Both my parents-in-law are in their mid to late 80s, they have been world travellers in their time and had decided that this would be the last flight that they ever take. They have health problems, including memory issues. I feel that overall the journey back to London was pretty unpleasant for them especially, and that they were treated badly, especially by the ground staff. We have lived on two continents and are used to long haul flights, and I have to say that this is up there in the worst flight category. Bearing in mind that we had paid extra money expecting comfort and additional attention, it was extremely disappointing. I would fly Virgin again, but never Delta. The two flights were incomparable.

Lots of legroom on the flight. No interaction from the staff at all on the plane. They only attended to the First Class passengers. There was no entertainment. Security I was body scanned even though I hadn't set off an alarm, my father-in-law in his 80s, was stopped and subjected to a through body search, told that they would have to place their hands in intimate places. There were several border guards present, and as we walked off we could hear the TWA officer talk about the procedure as if he was training. My father-in-law was a little upset about the whole process. A kind explanation would have been more acceptable, and it felt dehumanizing to him.

Needed a 6 hour lay over in Atlanta. How can this be avoided ?

Security area in terminal 3 needs to be made much nicer. Less claustrophobic and use of glass and big ceilings wouldhelp

Staff was friendly. Food was so-so. The economy seats are probably some of the most uncomfortable I’ve ever sat in. The headrest kept falling down which has happened multiple times before on Virgin.

accomodating check in staff, friendly flight crew ( a crew member was speaking tactlessly and was overfamiliar with passengers

Seats need to be updated. Allowance needs to be made for dinner service at an alternative time

I’m very disappointed, to fly into an airplane for 10 straight hours, and not having a TV even though when I put the ticket I was told that I will have entertainment for the TV. Very disappointed.

Helpful steward. Allowed me to move to some empty seats and I was able to get some sleep. He also had milk for my tea. Americans don’t realise that cream or half and half ruin tea.

Security was a mess at the Helsinki Airport. But I was delighted by the connecting flight waiting for us for JFK.

Very rude hostess. She embarrassed me in front of others. I went to sit after taking off in a different sit in the same economic cabin. Was the area where doors are. She come to me very laud and said: go back to your sit those sit are more expensive.wow! No diplomacy. Flight was super full except 3 of those sit. The only person in that row later during the flight occupied all sit laying down!. Once more disappointed at American Airlines. Early flight they lost my luggages for 4 days. Never refund money for replacement for some of essential items purchased..when I booked the flight I thought was Finlandair. I

The crew was very good, excellent, they help me with my needs.! Food was not that good.

Everything was quite easy from boarding to landing - the staff was great and service was excellent too!

In-flight entertainment was. It working for the entire 12 hour flight! Unbelievable! At least provide free wi-fi so people could use their phones.

The flight was surprisingly good, especially given initial experience. BA app is horrible as is their customer service. Online check in was a horrendous experience and when I phoned their customer service number, the live agent with whom I spoke was rude and dismissive. She did helpfully inform me that their IT people were working on a known problem related to online checkin. However, once she delivered that information, she curtly ended the call before I could suggest that since BA was aware of this, it should be posted on the app and online. I grudgingly flew BA this time - have avoided them for years because of past similar serial bad experiences. While this flight was fine, I’ll return to avoiding them in the future given the hassle experienced and rude personnel.

Boarding was a shambles, with no proper line or queue and multiple groups joining at the same time. Overhead space was limited. Seat spacing (width) is not generous. My neighbour was invading my space, before he even spilt his drinks over me (twice!) as he struggled to contain his meal on the table. The main meal was very poor. Choice was simply chicken / turkey - the crew didn't know exactly which - or vegetarian. The chicken meal was really poor quality - uninspiring and tasteless; and very little offering of drinks. Half the crew were friendly, half really need to cheer up.

Food was pretty poor - bland, tasteless. Drinks offerings were very limited also.

I paid for wifi and it worked about a total of 5 min. Feel ripped off

I couldn’t make it to the airport for my original flight due to bad weather; roads were shut down, buses and trains were closed. Since the plane wasn’t cancelled, I still had to pay $720 to change my ticket.

Overall, this flight team did a fantastic job. They came often with the water, coffee and tea. There was no meal choice in coach, but the lasagna lunch was decent. The sandwich snack just before landing was tasty. The baggage bins were large, so no trouble holding carry on luggage.

Good friendly service and food - The seats in business class are old, too hard and not very comfortable.

Flight was delayed slightly but was very smooth. It was a short flight but comfortable.

I child in Buisness cried almost the entire flight. And I had a conference to attend but couldn’t sleep because of that, which was the main reason for getting a Buisness ticket. Also the food is not as good as before. The sheets underneath is also not there anymore. The staff was nice.

Not worth paying for business class on this airline. The seating is exactly the same as the rest of the plane. Crowded. Horrible food.

little entertainment choices. Seat/bed too firm an no sleeping mat

Little space and no pad provide for lie flat seats in business, Movies were limited and grouping very strange.

Food was good. Flight attendants were friendly and helpful. We felt that a lot of the movies on board were old movies.

There were a lot of empty rows. As a single passenger I should not have been seated with 2 others. The WiFi didn’t work. The Kosher meal was awful.

They should. Heck planes more often not when they are suppose to be leaving causing delays

Thankfully not a full flight so although my headphone jack wasn’t working 100% on my window seat, I was able to move to the aisle seat. Food was fine, nothing great but tasty enough. Crew were friendly and made enough rounds. Always have a decent experience with Aer Lingus

Crew was fantastic got lovely food and plenty of water. Entertainment was good. Never had to ask for anything. Left on time and got to Seattle early. Luggage did not take long either.

Great hospitality and service! Seats are better cushioned then some

Great hospitality and service! Seats could always be cushioned better.

Customs is always a challenge. The customs officials were real humans, which was nice-not robots programmed on angry 😊. If you’re in a hurry to get through you’ll be stressed out. Allow yourselves plenty of time and it will be a stress free experience.

I got rerouted to another flight/city because the original flight was late and I would not have made my connection. I had to wait an additional five hours (no compensation) for the new flight which was also delayed because the computer was not working. Arrived at my final destination after nearly 20 hours of travel only to discover that my baggage had not arrived with me. Two days later and still waiting for my baggage. Customer service has been incredibly unhelpful and even hung up on me because I dared to ask for them to have someone call me when my bag arrived at the airport. No one apologized to me for what I experienced and they were dismissive of the fact that I have absolutely no clothes or toiletries. Absolutely awful, disorganized and stressful experience. Am dreading the return flight.

As four hour wait with no explanation as to why the delay Very unacceptable

Excellent long haul experience really enjoyed using Dublin pre-immigration

Pre flight food options were not working and made the flight not enjoyable. Post experiences of British airways have been positive, but this is enough to stop me using British airways again

Flight cancelled and i was rebooked on delta. Delta business class is not the same as British

Boarding could be smoother. But the flight crew was excellence. Very professional, friendly and helpful.

Everything was fine except my screen wasn’t working and I was unable to watch any movies or TV. Staff tried 3 times to reboot it, without success.

Positive boarding experience, easy access to seat with plenty of luggage space

Truly felt "taken care of". Will definitely fly British Airways again.

The crew were great. The comfort and food was terrible, worst I have experienced in recent times and I fly a lot. It was like a refrigerator in the back and even with 4 blankets could not get comfortable. Seats are very tight and with the electronic box under the aisle seats, there was no legroom. BA did a bait and switch on the price, lowballing the price and then requiring add ons, like paying for a checked bag. While common on domestic flights, I have never had to pay for the first bag flying intercontinentally. Also, no “choice “ of seating at check in. There was not a single other free option. I could pay to choose a seat in the same row. I have never had this happen either.usually, at check in, you have a choice (I.e. free) on other airlines of what is not occupied in your section. I will never never fly BA again. Too bad, since the crew were some of the best with the best attitudes I have experienced.

The aircraft was Airbus with plenty of space for carry on bags

It was good but it got bad when they cancelled my flight to rochester and couldn’t get me in any flight even for the next day they said i will be a standby.

Well, no matter how you cut it, being crammed into economy class seats with little room or freedom to move isn't going to be enjoyable. The airline did a great job getting me there, I have no complaints about the service, and the food was above average airline food.

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Cheapest flights to Los Angeles from Manchester found in 2024

Recent one-way flight deals

 
Only flying one-way? Below are some of the best one-way flight deals from Manchester to Los Angeles found on KAYAK in the last 72 hours.
11/4Thu
3 stops
57h 12mMAN-LAX
£316
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£320
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49h 35mMAN-LAX
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1 stopScandinavian Airlines
27h 20mMAN-LAX
£463
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29h 10mMAN-LAX
£555
31/7Wed
1 stopIberia
29h 20mMAN-LAX
£710
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29h 05mMAN-LAX
£740
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1 stopTurkish Airlines
26h 15mMAN-LAX
£762
13/8Tue
2 stopsAer Lingus
18h 53mMAN-LAX
£769
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1 stopAer Lingus
29h 35mMAN-LAX
£780

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These last-minute flight deals are the cheapest flights found on KAYAK in the last 72 hours for flights from Manchester to Los Angeles that are departing in the next 10 days.
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27h 21mLAX-MAN
£630
4/3Mon
multi-stopScandinavian Airlines
21h 49mMAN-LAX
10/3Sun
multi-stopScandinavian Airlines
20h 00mLAX-MAN
£650
4/3Mon
multi-stopAer Lingus
14h 10mMAN-LAX
10/3Sun
multi-stopAer Lingus
12h 25mLAX-MAN
£661
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multi-stopAer Lingus
29h 35mMAN-LAX
4/3Mon
multi-stopAer Lingus
12h 25mLAX-MAN
£743
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multi-stopDelta
22h 12mMAN-LAX
4/3Mon
multi-stopDelta
16h 06mLAX-MAN
£880
3/3Sun
multi-stop
28h 15mMAN-LAX
9/3Sat
multi-stop
27h 00mLAX-MAN
£992
2/3Sat
multi-stop
27h 15mMAN-LAX
3/3Sun
multi-stop
22h 40mLAX-MAN
£1,050

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Manchester - Los Angeles Flights

Departure:

Manchester (MAN)United Kingdom

Destination:

Los Angeles (LAX)United States

Return flight deals:

Los Angeles - Manchester

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