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Old Aug 31, 17, 9:56 am   #1
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DL (and Skyteam) ATL to PRG from $1698, ATL to BRU from $1998 (Z class)

Generall for midweek travel (Depart Tue/Wed/Thur) from November right through to the end of service; requires Saturday night stay.

For PRG, generally require 2 connections (RDU and JFK) or a change of airport in NYC. Price drops to as low as $1698 in May, but is available for a little more ($1728 and upwards) from November onwards.

PRG example

For BRU, the direct DL flight is available, starting price is $1998. Z class (see below)

other examples:

ZRH - from $1938
LUX - from $2038 (via CDG, and including CDG-LUX-CDG on Luxair)
MAD - from $2137 on direct, non-stop DL services
BCN - from $2192
Venice/Bologna/Florence/Milan - from $2277
DUB - from $2288 (nonstop direct DL services)
LIS - from $2229, via FCO (Rome) and including TAP segments FCO-LIS-FCO;
ATH - from $2347
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Old Aug 31, 17, 7:34 pm   #2
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Thanks OP! Talk about hidden in plain sight. I gave up even checking for fare sales from ATL years ago because they almost never happen. I've been checking any number of repositioning points across the continent and here's a great deal right in my backyard.

I will have to say, I had a really difficult time getting one to ticket from ATL-PRG. But I finally found an itin that worked that didn't give me the dreaded "Oops! This fare just sold out!" message.
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Old Aug 31, 17, 9:48 pm   #3
  
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Thanks OP! Talk about hidden in plain sight. I gave up even checking for fare sales from ATL years ago because they almost never happen. I've been checking any number of repositioning points across the continent and here's a great deal right in my backyard.

I will have to say, I had a really difficult time getting one to ticket from ATL-PRG. But I finally found an itin that worked that didn't give me the dreaded "Oops! This fare just sold out!" message.
That ATL-BOM fare in business on Air Canada for ~$1,800 gave me a sense of renewed hope.
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Old Aug 31, 17, 11:02 pm   #4
  
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Hi -

60 day advance purchase. Buy by September 3.

7-day minimum stay; 6 month maximum stay. $450 change fee.

Tu-Fr to Europe; Su-Th from Europe.

Still a great find.
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Old Aug 31, 17, 11:47 pm   #5
  
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Aa/BA has a similar ATL-PRG fare, I suspect it was a hub attack and DL has matched?
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Old Sep 1, 17, 1:40 pm   #6
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SkyTeam ATL-PRG seems to be gone as of this writing.
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