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Cheap Flights to Europe Under $500

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Post by Winston » September 6th, 2013, 10:32 pm

Which airline is this for? To which destinations? How do you book? On what website?
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Post by gsjackson » September 7th, 2013, 12:07 am

A couple days ago I priced a Norwegian Air plus local carriers flight from Tucson to Prague. If I went on March 5, it would come to $600 for everything, including one night of a hotel in Copenhagen (flight arrives too late to journey on that night), food and baggage check (which is pretty reasonable -- about $20 per bag max). Leaving later in May, which I'm more likely to do, it would total $700. That's pretty damn good.

I also recently discovered the best price by far I've ever seen for a single occupant on a transatlantic cruise -- $688 for single occupancy, which is no different than the price per person for double occupancy. Usually the single pays almost twice as much. It's 13 days from Fort Lauderdale to Southampton, UK, making three stops in the Bahamas. You could pretty much eat $688 worth of food on those ships in 13 days.

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Post by xiongmao » September 7th, 2013, 2:26 am

If anyone wants to overwinter in Southern Europe my parents keep going on these mega cheap all inclusive trips to various places. Egypt, Turkey, Croatia, in fact anywhere outside the Euro has some real bargains.

You could indeed eat and drink your way through enough stuff to pay for the trip.

Also flights in November are usually good value, nobody goes on holiday in November.
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Post by In2dadark » October 25th, 2013, 1:25 am

gsjackson wrote:A couple days ago I priced a Norwegian Air plus local carriers flight from Tucson to Prague. If I went on March 5, it would come to $600 for everything, including one night of a hotel in Copenhagen (flight arrives too late to journey on that night), food and baggage check (which is pretty reasonable -- about $20 per bag max). Leaving later in May, which I'm more likely to do, it would total $700. That's pretty damn good.

I also recently discovered the best price by far I've ever seen for a single occupant on a transatlantic cruise -- $688 for single occupancy, which is no different than the price per person for double occupancy. Usually the single pays almost twice as much. It's 13 days from Fort Lauderdale to Southampton, UK, making three stops in the Bahamas. You could pretty much eat $688 worth of food on those ships in 13 days.
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Post by Renata » January 13th, 2014, 8:32 pm

Here's a list of Low cost airlines for Europe > http://www.happierabroad.com/ladiesforu ... ?f=12&t=98

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Post by ***JP*** » January 14th, 2014, 5:23 am

One airline I can recommend is Condor Flugdienst. It's from Germany and they offer seamless connections with Lufthansa. They do fly to the states but most US cities that they fly to are seasonal. The only non seasonal flights they have are to Las Vegas and San Juan PR. I tried them out on december when I was making my way to Lithuania. Also the service was quite good. One draw back is that the economy seats are cramped but you get what you pay for. Anyways on my ticket from San Juan to Frankfurt I only paid $398.00 taxes already included in the price. Basically there's no excuse for those who want to go abroad cause there is choices and from my experience Frankfurt airport is a great airport to do your flight connections. I consider it better than Heathrow airport in London.

http://www.condor.com/

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Condor_Flu ... stinations <<< they fly to some countries in Asia too

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