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FI - Icelandair Saga class YYZ/YVR > Europe - book by Feb 17

FI - Icelandair Saga class YYZ/YVR > Europe - book by Feb 17

Old Feb 6, 20, 9:23 pm
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FI - Icelandair Saga class YYZ/YVR > Europe - book by Feb 17

~ C$1000 to KEF return
~ C$1400 to LON return
~ C$2000 to other Euro destinations return
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Old Feb 6, 20, 10:51 pm
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Found this route on Feb 14. YVR to LGW for $1,177.

I see departure dates through March 9.
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Old Feb 7, 20, 2:12 am
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Books into A, so only a 25% EQM bonus when crediting to AS but for that cheaply it looks to be worth it.

Also note ticket is not given a 24 hour cancellation goodwill according to their agent since youíre going to/from Canada, not the US.

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Old Feb 7, 20, 3:16 am
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I booked a YYZ to CDG Saga Class flight for March last month for just over $1400 CAD, and I found out the hard way about their refusal to honour the 24 hour cancellation window when I tried to cancel the purchase 8 hours later. Not sure how they get away with that.

Anyway, still happy to be going to France at whatís a very good fare.
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Old Feb 7, 20, 11:00 am
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Works out of ORD also. US$997 to KEF.
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Old Feb 8, 20, 6:52 pm
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Originally Posted by mykel67 View Post
I booked a YYZ to CDG Saga Class flight for March last month for just over $1400 CAD, and I found out the hard way about their refusal to honour the 24 hour cancellation window when I tried to cancel the purchase 8 hours later. Not sure how they get away with that.

Anyway, still happy to be going to France at whatís a very good fare.
Does Canada have a similar 24 hour cancellation law as the DOT? When I called to confirm they said their 24 hour policy is only for flights with a US segment.

iím just wondering if for the price youíre getting a good bang for your buck for elite qualification on AS.
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Old Feb 8, 20, 8:59 pm
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Originally Posted by mykel67 View Post
I booked a YYZ to CDG Saga Class flight for March last month for just over $1400 CAD, and I found out the hard way about their refusal to honour the 24 hour cancellation window when I tried to cancel the purchase 8 hours later. Not sure how they get away with that.

Anyway, still happy to be going to France at whatís a very good fare.
Canada has no law requiring 24hrs for free cancellation.
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Old Feb 9, 20, 11:39 am
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Originally Posted by BigJC View Post
Works out of ORD also. US$997 to KEF.
From the US, the fares actually are valid from BOS, ORD, NYC, MSP and IAD. Destinations in Europe include BRU, CPH, GLA, HAM, HEL, LON, OSL and ARN. RT sale fares are from $999 to $1,599 depending on origin and destination. Travel period is until April 7.
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Old Feb 10, 20, 6:22 am
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Do keep in mind that saga is closer to US domestic F than it is to long haul J, which is why they are always cheaper.

(Also they dont credit to any WW alliance but I'm very impressed that alaska lets you credit anything!!)
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Old Feb 12, 20, 5:52 pm
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Originally Posted by Maestro Ramen View Post
Do keep in mind that saga is closer to US domestic F than it is to long haul J, which is why they are always cheaper.

(Also they dont credit to any WW alliance but I'm very impressed that alaska lets you credit anything!!)
You can also credit to B6.
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