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Manchester vs London flights from the US

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My husband and I are planning a trip this summer. We plan to fly to England (either Manchester or London), then take a train to York for a day/night, and then on to Scotland (Edinburgh). We have already been to York, we just love it so we wanted to stop in again. A friend from Scotland suggested we fly in to Manchester rather than London since we would be going North. In the bit of research I have done so far, it looks like a lot of the flights to Manchester have a layover in Amsterdam. This makes me wonder if it wouldn't be easier just to fly in to London and then get on a train to York?

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