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BA AMS-LAS J $1850.00 fare Inx6t7s6

Old Sep 18, 17, 5:03 am
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Post BA AMS-LAS J $1850.00 fare Inx6t7s6

May work from other European Cities, only tested the below itinerary:

BA 439J 28MAY AMSLHR SS1 1620 1640
BA 1I 29MAY LCYJFK SS1 0940 1405
BA4333A 29MAY JFKLAX SS1 1645 1953
AA2463I 29MAY LAXLAS SS1 2105 2227
AA2428I 04JUN LASLAX SS1 0715 0835
BA4332A 05JUN LAXJFK SS1 0700 1530
BA 114I 05JUN JFKLHR SS1 2130 0935
BA 434J 06JUN LHRAMS SS1 1145 1405


No Seasonal Restrictions but must be a minimum of a 7 night stay

Above Itinerary totalled approx $1850.00 all in!
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Old Sep 18, 17, 6:39 am
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- works from other origins as well, etc. BUD, PRG, WAW, OSL, CPH, ARN, ATH
- works to PHX as well
- works on AA, AY for TATL (seriously, who'd wanna fly that on BA)

- works on UA/AC (e.g. AMS-LAS 22MAY-31MAY)

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Old Sep 18, 17, 8:01 am
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thanks Op. do the fare rules allow for a stop over?
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Old Sep 18, 17, 8:11 am
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Originally Posted by dutchgirlDH View Post
thanks Op. do the fare rules allow for a stop over?

Unfortunately No stopover's allowed. Stopover and Transit Rules Below:

STOPOVERS NOT PERMITTED ON THE FARE COMPONENT.

2 TRANSFERS PERMITTED IN EACH DIRECTION.
2 PERMITTED VIA AA/AB/AY/BA/HG/IB ONLY IN
EUROPE IN EACH DIRECTION.
AND - 2 TRANSFERS PERMITTED IN EACH DIRECTION.
1 PERMITTED BETWEEN AA/BA/IB AND B6 IN BOS/
JFK IN EACH DIRECTION
1 PERMITTED BETWEEN AA/BA/IB AND AS IN LAX/
PDX/SEA IN EACH DIRECTION
1 PERMITTED BETWEEN AA/BA/IB AND WS IN
CANADA IN EACH DIRECTION
1 PERMITTED BETWEEN AA/BA/IB AND HA IN
HAWAII IN EACH DIRECTION
2 PERMITTED VIA AA/BA/IB ONLY IN UNITED
STATES/CANADA IN EACH DIRECTION.
FARE BREAK SURFACE SECTORS NOT PERMITTED AND
EMBEDDED SURFACE SECTORS PERMITTED ON THE FARE
COMPONENT.
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Old Sep 18, 17, 2:56 pm
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Originally Posted by Sabre90 View Post
Unfortunately No stopover's allowed. Stopover and Transit Rules Below:

STOPOVERS NOT PERMITTED ON THE FARE COMPONENT.

2 TRANSFERS PERMITTED IN EACH DIRECTION.
2 PERMITTED VIA AA/AB/AY/BA/HG/IB ONLY IN
EUROPE IN EACH DIRECTION.
AND - 2 TRANSFERS PERMITTED IN EACH DIRECTION.
1 PERMITTED BETWEEN AA/BA/IB AND B6 IN BOS/
JFK IN EACH DIRECTION
1 PERMITTED BETWEEN AA/BA/IB AND AS IN LAX/
PDX/SEA IN EACH DIRECTION
1 PERMITTED BETWEEN AA/BA/IB AND WS IN
CANADA IN EACH DIRECTION
1 PERMITTED BETWEEN AA/BA/IB AND HA IN
HAWAII IN EACH DIRECTION
2 PERMITTED VIA AA/BA/IB ONLY IN UNITED
STATES/CANADA IN EACH DIRECTION.
FARE BREAK SURFACE SECTORS NOT PERMITTED AND
EMBEDDED SURFACE SECTORS PERMITTED ON THE FARE
COMPONENT.
For what dates is the fare valid? I don't mean specifics, but what the fare rules say.
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Old Sep 18, 17, 4:33 pm
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Originally Posted by RFDMinnesota View Post
For what dates is the fare valid? I don't mean specifics, but what the fare rules say.
INX6T7S6 has no seasonal restrictions.
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Old Sep 19, 17, 6:58 am
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Originally Posted by Calchas View Post
INX6T7S6 has no seasonal restrictions.
Have been looking in google flights but don't see anything in October or early November. if there are no seasonal restrictions should it not be available during the whole year? or did I misunderstand?
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Old Sep 19, 17, 7:19 am
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Often an advance purchase of 28 / 60 days - may be the case here
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Old Sep 19, 17, 7:32 am
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Originally Posted by dutchgirlDH View Post
Have been looking in google flights but don't see anything in October or early November. if there are no seasonal restrictions should it not be available during the whole year? or did I misunderstand?
There is a sixty day advance purchase requirement, and the TATL sectors must be flown on certain days of the week.

Code:
   FROM NETHERLANDS -
     PERMITTED TUE/WED/THU ON EACH TRANSATLANTIC SECTOR.
   TO NETHERLANDS -
     PERMITTED MON/TUE/WED ON EACH TRANSATLANTIC SECTOR.
If you wish to travel in November there is another fare at the same price without those restrictions, but it is only valid 20-26 November, 18 December to 1 January, and July/August.
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Old Sep 19, 17, 7:34 am
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Lurking at the end of the fare rules....

INX6T7S6

Sales restrictions footnote rule
tickets must be issued on/before 25sep17.
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Old Sep 19, 17, 9:10 am
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Ah I see. Thanks Calchas and mikefly. Have to find some other affordable way to fly to the US in October.
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