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Do you have any suggestion about the least expensive way to do this would be great (ideally from Manchester) Book early or late? Check out cross-sector flight schedules on each reservation page and try different flight choices to be frank. Using the least expensive way - you could also post ticket warnings, but frankly, if you see them at a cost you are willing to accept - make sure you post them and never look at the rates again.
Seems to me you could take a little drive there. It would probably be better to schedule the route first, as you have several choices where to make your decision as soon as you know more about what you are doing locally in the US.
If you find that you can't yet make a booking, you can take a look at the itineraries and airline companies and the like. Otherwise you put the carriage in front of the horses and can make the reservation to a place where you can subsequently choose not to go.
However, we can also provide some flying ideas on the other forums - although they are always best asked here in this forums for difficult issues. Click this roadtrip forums button and tell us much more about your plans: I' d consider Southwest Airlines for domestic services.
Your timetables are usually published only about 180 business day after arrival, as opposed to most older US airlines, at about 330 workdays. Although not always the budget carrier, they often have good fares and a fairly large air transport system as well as a large 737 plane population.
There are two pieces of hold luggage per person covered and they have a permissive amending directive. To travel to/from the USA I would try an "open jaw" ticketing, usually found under "Multi-City", on most major carriers' websites. Good fortune, as well as in the southwest, take a look at Jet Blue for domestic travel.
For example, a single ticket from New York to Las Vegas in September this year costs about 116 dollars; from Las Vegas to New Orleans about 120 dollars. South West does a lot of merchandising where the carrier tries to make it seem like they're the least priced.
Could you tell me more about these low cost visitor-tariffs? Fly is the way between the places you mention, unless you have enough spare tire to do a true street tripping experience. Booking the open cheek UK to NYC - MIA to UK. Rail journey from NYC to DC or Boston with a scheduled journey to Miami.
Booking 2-3 month before your flight for a better rate. Lastminute ticket are 2x-3x the prize.