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  1. Anonymous

    Good Evening!

    Wondering what odds you would give for LH first award space opening up for a flight to Europe in October 2019?
    I know it’s typically close in when this would potentially open up.
    I’d be willing to fly from ATL, IAD or MIA.
    Would one location be more likely than the other?

    Side note, this is for my honeymoon and while I’d typically not sweat it and figure something else out, I’d be disappointed in myself if I rolled the dice, waited to book anything until only a few days out and nothing else at least biz is available.

    Thank you for any insight and have a wonderful weekend!

  2. rickyw

    Congrats on the wedding. Odds are pretty good that something will open up. But, since it’s your honeymoon, I assume you aren’t as flexible on travel dates? That will limit you somewhat, but then on the other hand, being flexible with your departure cities will help.

    If business is available on your preferred dates, I’d book that now just to have something locked in and then deal with changing when space becomes available

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