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[PREM FARE GONE] Aa/ba lux-bos/mia 879 rt

Old Sep 28, 20, 10:04 am
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[PREM FARE GONE] Aa/ba lux-bos/mia 879 rt

Pretty nice fare to destinations served by new Club GOOGLE FLIGHTS

For more TP you can transfer in JFK, DFW, PHL....
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Old Sep 28, 20, 10:06 am
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Nice one!
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Old Sep 28, 20, 10:09 am
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Also SFO for a very reasonable price, lie down all the way and decent Tier Point haul

https://www.google.com/flights/?hl=e...05*2.GBP.95905
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Old Sep 28, 20, 10:10 am
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Everything is very reasonable from 1K EUR roundtrip but these two destinations are bellow 1K€.
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Old Sep 28, 20, 10:13 am
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Originally Posted by 747jetter View Post
Pretty nice fare to destinations served by new Club GOOGLE FLIGHTS

For more TP you can transfer in JFK, DFW, PHL....
unless mistaken, you do have to pay to select your seat on the long haul leg (100+ each way) which increases the price by 200.

Im not a frequent BA traveler though, so might be a normal thing for BA
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Old Sep 28, 20, 10:14 am
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Originally Posted by offvoice View Post
unless mistaken, you do have to pay to select your seat on the long haul leg (100+ each way) which increases the price by 200.

Im not a frequent BA traveler though, so might be a normal thing for BA
These destinations are 1-2-1 configuration, the risk you get bad seat is small. Or you can always book AA metal where the selection is free.
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Old Sep 28, 20, 10:22 am
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SFO, SJC, IAD, and JFK are all marginally above €1,000. Possibly they'd drop below using an OTA, but I definitely would not be using one of those for these.

I tracked the prices in a table for all US/Canada destinations from Heathrow (well, I think I managed to get them all) here. It's based on July and August since that's the earliest I think I'll book right now!
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Old Sep 28, 20, 10:30 am
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Originally Posted by offvoice View Post
unless mistaken, you do have to pay to select your seat on the long haul leg (100+ each way) which increases the price by 200.

Im not a frequent BA traveler though, so might be a normal thing for BA
It is normal for BA yes, free for Silver or above, otherwise free at 24 hours before. Route using the 787-10 or A350 and there's no risk of a ropey seat
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Old Sep 28, 20, 10:36 am
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Also similar fares departing from BRU.
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Old Sep 28, 20, 10:38 am
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Originally Posted by offvoice View Post
unless mistaken, you do have to pay to select your seat on the long haul leg (100+ each way) which increases the price by 200.

Im not a frequent BA traveler though, so might be a normal thing for BA
Can't believe that this would be a thing in this day and age for a premium cabin fare.
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Old Sep 28, 20, 10:40 am
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Can't believe that this would be a thing in this day and age for a premium cabin fare.
That's for another thread.... thanks anyway 747jetter for the great fare
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Old Sep 28, 20, 10:46 am
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Also from BRU. Open jaw possible.
also available on AY a350 through HEL if you are so inclined. For example: BRU-HEL-SFO / SEA-LHR-LUX 1.018
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Old Sep 28, 20, 11:27 am
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BA's changing policy and canceling policy regarding Covid.
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Old Sep 28, 20, 12:54 pm
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Originally Posted by jeroen100 View Post
Also from BRU. Open jaw possible.
also available on AY a350 through HEL if you are so inclined. For example: BRU-HEL-SFO / SEA-LHR-LUX 1.018

BRU-MEX also available 1100. Can be routed through US airports
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Old Sep 28, 20, 1:22 pm
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FRA-JFK is about 1400 USD.
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