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Europe to US destination non-stop options

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Hi fellow fodorites. I would like some help with planning part of an upcoming trip please.
I am reasonably familiar with planning air travel to/from Oz but now need to look at options from Europe to somewhere in the US . After completing a Dordogne horse ride in late June we need to be in San Francisco for my son's wedding some 9 days later.
We had to cancel a trip to the Western USA National Parks a couple of years ago and are wondering now if we could possibly fly into somewhere like Denver perhaps and then drive up to SF via GC etc?
My question really is about good options for the transatlantic flight? Would prefer to fly non-stop to somewhere and road trip to SF but bearing in mind our time limitations probably have to be further east than the obvious NYC ( although I would love to drive east to west coast �� )
Would we be better looking at LHR as a departure point or are there good options from Europe? Barcelona? Paris?
Any suggestions for which US arrival point?
Will be flying Qantas/Emirates to Europe and home from LA probably so would prefer to keep in Oneworld family unless more cost advantageous to book as separate flight?

Thanks so much for any help.

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