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Old Mar 1, 17, 3:36 pm   #1
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UA: SEA-MUC $366 in April, May

Found SEA-MUC for $366 RT on April 19th - Availability in April through to May 3rd departures. Total reservation price: $365.56 USD
http://amazingcheapflights.com/2017/...tle-to-munich/ or http://bit.ly/SEA-MUC-366



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Seattle to Munich
Flight Depart Arrive Info

United Airlines
UA-419

Seattle
SEA08:00A
Wed, Apr 19 , 2017→Washington
IAD04:05P
Wed, Apr 19 , 2017
05h 05m
Economy/Coach
Boeing - 737-900

Layover: 01 hours 25 mins

United Airlines
UA-106

Washington
IAD05:30P
Wed, Apr 19 , 2017→Munich
MUC07:50A
Thu, Apr 20 , 2017
08h 20m
Economy/Coach
Boeing - 777

Munich to Seattle
Flight Depart Arrive Info

United Airlines
UA-8855

Operated byLufthansaMunich
MUC03:40P
Wed, Apr 26 , 2017→Chicago
ORD06:30P
Wed, Apr 26 , 2017
09h 50m
Economy/Coach
Airbus - A340-600

Layover: 01 hours 15 mins

United Airlines
UA-262

Chicago
ORD07:45P
Wed, Apr 26 , 2017→Seattle
SEA10:15P
Wed, Apr 26 , 2017
04h 30m
Economy/Coach
Boeing - 737-900
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Old Mar 1, 17, 7:19 pm   #2
  
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That's an awfully short layover in ORD. You'll need to clear customs, catch the train, recheck bags, go through security, and get to your gate in an hour. 99% of the time you're going to miss the last flight.
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Old Mar 1, 17, 7:47 pm   #3
  
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That's an awfully short layover in ORD. You'll need to clear customs, catch the train, recheck bags, go through security, and get to your gate in an hour. 99% of the time you're going to miss the last flight.
Should be doable if the flight is on time and you have Global Entry...
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Old Mar 2, 17, 9:55 am   #4
  
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At least its not the outbound, worst case they'll put you on another flight and you sit in a lounge.
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Old Mar 2, 17, 3:49 pm   #5
  
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Should be doable if the flight is on time and you have Global Entry...
And not have a checked bag! and besides, I thought all you did was 'drop' the bags off and not re-check them in?
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Old Mar 2, 17, 5:29 pm   #6
  
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Should be doable if the flight is on time and you have Global Entry...
yes, that is true but it's still close I live in Milwaukee, any international flight I make, Chicago is my first and last airport stateside
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Old Mar 3, 17, 2:17 am   #7
  
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Fares doesn't exist on United.com.

But interestingly when I search these dates the cheapest fares that come up are SEA-EWR/IAD-GVA-MUC with GVA-MUC operated by Air Berlin!

Why is United offering options on Air Berlin when they serve the final destination?
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Old Mar 3, 17, 4:54 am   #8
  
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Fares doesn't exist on United.com.

But interestingly when I search these dates the cheapest fares that come up are SEA-EWR/IAD-GVA-MUC with GVA-MUC operated by Air Berlin!

Why is United offering options on Air Berlin when they serve the final destination?
-RM
It's one of those new Eurowings operated by Air Berlin wetleases...they regularly show up just saying AB although there isn't much AB except a small sticker below the door.
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Old Mar 3, 17, 9:24 am   #9
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Fares doesn't exist on United.com.

But interestingly when I search these dates the cheapest fares that come up are SEA-EWR/IAD-GVA-MUC with GVA-MUC operated by Air Berlin!

Why is United offering options on Air Berlin when they serve the final destination?
-RM
You can buy all kinds of strange things on United.com even when UA serves a destination. I've bought a fair number of AS segments on UA.com in the past.
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Old Mar 4, 17, 9:11 pm   #10
  
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It's one of those new Eurowings operated by Air Berlin wetleases...they regularly show up just saying AB although there isn't much AB except a small sticker below the door.
Ahh, thanks for the info. Wasn't aware of this.

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Old Mar 5, 17, 12:07 pm   #11
  
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AB = LH for many flights.
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Old Mar 13, 17, 4:26 am   #12
  
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So, best guess though is the MUC-ORD would be a K fare?

Which unfortunately would earn 0% to most programs. Does anyone know if this leg would earn? That would really change the value proposition, I was almost thinking of this for a mileage run, maybe to pair with a 1 day trip for a Bundesliga game.
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Old Mar 13, 17, 11:44 am   #13
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So, best guess though is the MUC-ORD would be a K fare?

Which unfortunately would earn 0% to most programs. Does anyone know if this leg would earn? That would really change the value proposition, I was almost thinking of this for a mileage run, maybe to pair with a 1 day trip for a Bundesliga game.
This excellent deal was posted two weeks ago - I would be SHOCKED if it were still around
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