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*A: ZRH-NYC and SFO/LAX ($1400 - $1800)

*A: ZRH-NYC and SFO/LAX ($1400 - $1800)

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Old Jun 12, 18, 5:46 pm
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*A: ZRH-NYC and SFO/LAX ($1400 - $1800)

Lots of availability in June/July/August

https://goo.gl/flights/msKmc - ZRH-JFK non-stop on *A for $1431

https://goo.gl/flights/cYBdi - ZRH-SFO/LAX non-stop from $1715-1815

Can fly on LX/LH/UA/AC/etc...

Pretty solid summer fares. I don't usually see west coast for $1700 which made it interesting.
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Old Jun 12, 18, 7:25 pm
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Great deal for sure. West coast as well!
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Old Jun 12, 18, 9:38 pm
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Also seems to be available ZRH-YYZ for about C$1,850.
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Old Jun 13, 18, 1:42 am
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These are the available dates for the AC filed fare, I suspect the others are the same but haven't got time to check right now.
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OUTBOUND - PERMITTED 
22JUN 18 THROUGH 08AUG 18 OR 
06APR 19 THROUGH 23APR 19 OR 
29JUN 19 THROUGH 02SEP 19 
FOR EACH TRANSATLANTIC SECTOR. 

INBOUND - PERMITTED
29JUN 18 THROUGH 26AUG 18 OR 
13APR 19 THROUGH 23APR 19 OR 
06JUL 19 THROUGH 08SEP 19 
FOR EACH TRANSATLANTIC SECTOR.
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Old Jun 13, 18, 2:13 am
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Good find. But funny how tickets need to be issued by 18JUN18 but travel period is until 08SEP19. As if one could book that far out...
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Old Jun 13, 18, 4:40 am
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Originally Posted by The Lev View Post
Also seems to be available ZRH-YYZ for about C$1,850.
Also these ones - in USD:
ZRH-MCO via YUL/ATL/IAD: $ 1,469
ZRH-MIA via YYZ/EWR: $ 1,585

Also found this one on DELTA:
ZRH-CUN via JFK $ 1,622
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Old Jun 13, 18, 9:14 am
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Which would people say is the better J product - Swiss or Mapleflot?
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Old Jun 13, 18, 9:32 am
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Which would people say is the better J product - Swiss or Mapleflot?
Air Canada, in my experience. The Swiss J seat looks really elegant but little/no privacy between the seats. Dividers are too low. Would be good for a couple traveling together though.
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Old Jun 13, 18, 9:50 am
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Originally Posted by Brucemcdou View Post
Air Canada, in my experience. The Swiss J seat looks really elegant but little/no privacy between the seats. Dividers are too low. Would be good for a couple traveling together though.
If you travelling solo, the Swiss 'throne' seats are really, really nice IMHO.
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Old Jun 13, 18, 10:09 am
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Originally Posted by Brucemcdou View Post
Air Canada, in my experience. The Swiss J seat looks really elegant but little/no privacy between the seats. Dividers are too low. Would be good for a couple traveling together though.
Have you flown the LX 77W? I've found the privacy excellent in these seats (which are upgraded from the 330/340), even in the middle pairs.

The issue I have with LX J is the seats are a bit hard and the service is inconsistent. I love the flight times to/from SFO though.
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Old Jun 13, 18, 11:17 am
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Which would people say is the better J product - Swiss or Mapleflot?
Mapleflot if you are on the B788/9 or B77W with the new seats. Not if you are on the A330/B763.
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Old Jun 13, 18, 11:43 am
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The issue I have with LX J is the seats are a bit hard and the service is inconsistent. I love the flight times to/from SFO though.
Still softer than sitting on AC's hard metal seats when the "new" pods deflate:
Deflategate; new executive pods deflating in-flight

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Old Jun 13, 18, 2:39 pm
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Breaks my heart this doesn't work for my dates (end Aug - beginning Sept) for a YYZ trip because this is a heck of a deal, particularly given it includes direct flights! thanks for sharing!
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Old Jun 13, 18, 5:42 pm
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Originally Posted by obduro View Post
Breaks my heart this doesn't work for my dates (end Aug - beginning Sept) for a YYZ trip because this is a heck of a deal, particularly given it includes direct flights! thanks for sharing!
If it makes you feel better, I literally returned TODAY on ZRH - CUN! Most likely can use this to LAX and/or NYC again though, so thanks to the OP.
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Old Jun 13, 18, 7:16 pm
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Bear in mind that Swiss charges $199 per segment for private single seats, including the throne seats.
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