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Biz class from Moscow to USA

Biz class from Moscow to USA

  1. Anonymous

    I am flying my fiancee from Moscow, Russia to somewhere in Florida. Preferably to Fort Lauderdale but Miami would work in a pinch. (Or somewhere north of Fort Lauderdale).
    The last time we flew it was in coach and it was absolutely miserable ! Not to mention it was a very long flight + lay-overs. (=25-30 hours!)
    I would like to bring her over in Biz class, (or first class!), but we don’t want to spend $2500 to $5500 just for a flight when we could use that money to actually have fun.
    Our dates are open, but we have a window we would like to shoot for.
    She would depart Moscow between October 15th and the 29th. We would also like to have the return flight open-ended, (if I used the right terminology), somewhere between November 15th and February 25th, 2017.
    Is this possible for around $1500 or so ????????
    Thank you,
    Charles

  2. Gaurav

    I think you have to keep your eyes open for a business class fare sale like BA has from time to time where ticket prices dip down low after the AARP and BA visa discounts. Otherwise your best bets are using Kayak or google flights to search for tickets. This post might be helpful:

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

  3. Anonymous

    Do you have any miles to work with?

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