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US-Europe multicity paid

US-Europe multicity paid

  1. Anonymous

    Hi all,

    Looking for the best way to book a (paid) economy fare from the US to Europe, with multiple cities in Europe. For example:
    CHI-LON
    LON-AMS
    AMS-CHI

    This would probably be late July/early August.

    Searching for a oneway fare CHI-LON seems pretty expensive (especially for the nonstop) whereas booking a roundtrip CHI-LON-CHI seems a lot cheaper…except I’m not flying CHI-LON-CHI.

    Thanks,
    Bill

  2. Anonymous

    Hi Bill!

    Have you tried using the multi-city feature on Google Flights?

    [URL]http://onemileatatime.boardingarea.com/2015/06/09/using-google-flights-to-find-cheap-fares/[/URL]

    Personally, I would look at buying the LON-AMS flight separately. You could then leave out of LCY, which is much more convenient, or even take the train, which is easy.

  3. No Name

    Hello Bill.

    Higher fares for ones ways is normal.

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