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Old Oct 6, 2011, 5:55 pm
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Originally Posted by IAN-UK
Turkish Airlines' website would be a good start .....
Thank you - I had tried it ex CPH on thy's site, and didn't get anything close to what I expected - so you really do need to go ex OSL to get the fare

Now I'll have to see if i can book the IST stopover...
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Old Oct 6, 2011, 10:32 pm
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Originally Posted by specialeffects
Many dates available SIN-JNB-SIN on Ethiopian/SQ/TG in C. Can anyone confirm if Ethiopian miles can be credits to any alliance?
What dates are you looking at this with?

Best I can do in Dec/Jan/Feb is $3220+
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Old Oct 7, 2011, 1:09 am
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11/26/11- 12/10/11, 01/10/12- 01/18/12 also in Mar and Apr.


Originally Posted by sailrob81
What dates are you looking at this with?

Best I can do in Dec/Jan/Feb is $3220+
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Old Oct 7, 2011, 9:18 am
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Originally Posted by specialeffects
Any idea how soon? I checked *A and it said within a years from Sep10.


QUOTE=Pacha;17228198]will be in *A soon...
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Old Oct 7, 2011, 10:59 am
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Emirates Companion Fare in First/Business ex Malta until 30th November
Example: BKK, HKG, PEK 2770 EUR all-in in First Class

http://www.emirates.com/cugo.aspx?pr...ub=/mt/English
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Old Oct 7, 2011, 1:26 pm
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Sri Lankan: AUH/DBX-KUL Business Class Fares $500 one way

Just thought I would post in case anyone was interested

A lot of one way legs at the moment inc
AUH to KUL
DBX to KUL
up to travel next year in August are priced at $500 (US) one way was for Business Class.

Not sure what the airline themselves are like, but seems like a pretty good deal for anyone who may need to travel those routes and some others similar
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Old Oct 7, 2011, 2:25 pm
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OpenSkies DC -> Paris $315 each way

DC #sale for $315 tickets each way http://www.flyopenskies.com/en/speci...-dc-offer.html

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Old Oct 7, 2011, 3:18 pm
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Originally Posted by lifeisart
need to add the fine print:

*each way based on roundtrip purchase taxes&fees of $123 and $2.50 September 11th Security Fee extra
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Old Oct 8, 2011, 3:01 am
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Originally Posted by railways
Book by 31st October.

Fare basis: JBX3MO. Seems plenty of availability. Cancel or change allowed for a fee. Free stopovers in IST.

Outward travel until 31st March 2012, except 10 Dec to 15 Jan.

Nets about 24,500 miles on BD plus status bonuses.

Rules say:
THESE FARES APPLY FROM STO/GOT/OSL/HEL/CPH.
but other origins are more expensive, so may be a mistake or just a spoiler for QR's cheap J fare ex-OSL (new route).
Many Thanks

Have booked for us both for March 2012; 875 is a bargain
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Old Oct 8, 2011, 4:06 pm
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Originally Posted by lifeisart
It should be noted that Open Skies runs an economy plus ship. I'd rather fly VA Economy Plus than their old biz seats.
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Old Oct 8, 2011, 11:25 pm
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DL: JFK-LHR/BRU/CDG J $1400 all in (25% bonus)

everyone seems to be running a thanksgiving (us) special- but DL has an all-in J class @ $1400 with a bonus (must register) for xtra 25k on top. too good to pass up. LH special to FRA isnt bad either. but for the miles this yrs turkey will be in mayfair.
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Old Oct 8, 2011, 11:42 pm
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Originally Posted by RNBNY
everyone seems to be running a thanksgiving (us) special- but DL has an all-in J class @ $1400 with a bonus (must register) for xtra 25k on top. too good to pass up. LH special to FRA isnt bad either. but for the miles this yrs turkey will be in mayfair.
10354 MQM
42257 RDM for GM/PM

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Old Oct 8, 2011, 11:45 pm
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And you can knock off $50 of that if you return from BRU and CDG (maybe others). Seems like everyones on this deal JFK-LHR-BRU-JFK. I'm seeing AC, CO, LH, UA, DL, OS. Good for the premium fares thread I would imagine.....
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Old Oct 9, 2011, 12:30 am
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This offer has been made even sweeter by an e-mail message I received from Delta Air Lines yesterday, as the bonus is greater than 25,000 SkyMiles if you fly more than once:
Transatlantic travel doesn't get any better than Delta's premium BusinessElite service. Fly round-trip between London-Heathrow and the U.S. in paid BusinessElite (Fare Classes: J, C, D, I, or S), now through December 31, 2011, and earn up to 150,000 bonus miles. Here's how:

1st round trip earns 25,000 bonus miles.
2nd round trip earns 35,000 bonus miles.
3rd round trip earns 45,000 bonus miles.
4th round trip earns 45,000 bonus miles.

First register by December 15, then book and fly through December 31, 2011, on Delta-marketed and -operated or KLM-marketed/Delta-operated nonstop flights between the U.S. and London's Heathrow airport.

Experience the ultimate comfort flying BusinessElite to London-Heathrow:

Complimentary Delta Sky Club access with same-day ticketed air travel.
Delta Sky Priority service (faster check-in, accelerated security clearance, priority boarding,
and expedited baggage service).
180-degree fully flat-bed seats, featuring oversized entertainment screens and direct aisle access.
Plush bedding with a full-sized pillow and quilted duvet comforter.
A state-of-the-art entertainment system with movies, HBO, TV, music, and games.
Power ports for your laptop and other mobile devices.
An award-winning wine program and globally inspired cuisine.

With up to 150,000 bonus miles to earn, travel to London has never been so rewarding. Register by December 15, 2011. Tickets must be purchased between October 7 and December 15, 2011, to qualify for this bonus miles offer.
That is $5,600.00 for 150,000 bonus SkyMiles, not including the Medallion Qualification Miles and the earned SkyMiles.
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Old Oct 9, 2011, 12:52 am
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Canarsie that's pretty good, but you'd have to fit those flights into the T-Giving and X-mas sale periods... 4 r/t's would be tough...
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