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Old May 26, 17, 7:15 am   #1
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UA/LH: BRU - PTY from 362/$405

https://www.google.com/flights/#sear...3;r=2017-10-02

BRU-FRA-PTY-IAH-LHR-BRU

Mid September until early October prices are below $420. It books in K class with a UA ticket number. Conversely, if you're a Miles & More member you can book directly with Lufthansa, but there is an increase on the price. Not significant, but not $405 dollars.

13,256 PQM about 3.1 cents per mile
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Old May 26, 17, 8:34 am   #2
  
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Quick note that LH K fares do not earn UA MP EQM.

I do see BRU-JFK-PTY-EWR-BRU on SN/CM/UA metal for $483 that does earn on UA..

Solid fare though
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Old May 26, 17, 12:31 pm   #3
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Quick note that LH K fares do not earn UA MP EQM.

I do see BRU-JFK-PTY-EWR-BRU on SN/CM/UA metal for $483 that does earn on UA..

Solid fare though
Good catch! I rebooked through JFK just in time to beat the 24hr deadline for free cancelation.
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Old May 29, 17, 11:17 pm   #4
  
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These very low fares from BRU to PTY have been around for a while. I flew this recently (although via EWR, not FRA) with all 4 flights on UA metal (for gold qualification 2018). Also received a complementary upgrade to UA business on EWR-PTY. Solid 5 hours. Definitely the best value I've gotten out of a 450 USD ticket so far.
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Old May 30, 17, 4:44 am   #5
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I've been messing around with these fares for a while, for an October return from Europe. Has anyone been able to work in a stopover in the US?
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