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The deeply discounted international fares discussed here are almost always specific to a certain country of origin, so don't ask if it works in reverse (e.g. a SFO-LHR-SFO fare usually won't work LHR-SFO-LHR). Domestic fares more commonly work in reverse.
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On Thursdays, the service runs with "new" 2-class 763. I haven't been able to find a picture of the new interior, if anybody has info, please post.
On Sundays, the service runs with old 3-class 763. The old product is F/C/Y. Picture of F looking into C here (from 2008): http://www.airliners.net/photo/1485424/ Only thing which isn't clear is if it has remained the same. According to Wikipedia (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Uzbekistan_Airways), they have two configs on 767 - F5/C40(!)/Y, and C18/Y. In the A-net picture, it's F10/C18 (visible, possibly more). It's very likely that they just removed one row of F, making it one row of 2-1-2 F.
HY has fifth-freedom rights on JFK-RIX and v.v., so if you're planning on a Latvian holiday, this could be a very interesting flight option.
HY flights are visible on ITA.
Round-trip in C is 2400 USD.
Round-trip in F is 3100 USD.
Both are still cheaper than the cheapest first-world country airline in J.
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Originally Posted by steveholt
Question: What CPM would qualify as a worthwhile premium fare for a trip within the US?
Very subjective--- some of us on this thread aren't mileage runners or looking to minimize CPM (ie, connecting multiple times on our way across the country). Personally, a domestic Premium fare that's significantly cheaper than normal is interesting to me.