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Somewhere, Anywhere, from U.S. or Europe

Somewhere, Anywhere, from U.S. or Europe

  1. Anonymous

    I’m looking to go somewhere far from home (the U.S.) over Thanksgiving for 5-7 days. I can originate either in the U.S. or Europe, but it needs to be 1) business or first class, (I do have my standards!), and 2) cheap. I dilly-dallied around and missed the Qatar option from Europe to Australia (my bad), so now I’m desperate to find another option under USD 2,000 roundtrip.

    Any suggestions?

  2. David W

    Play around with the Google Flights “Discover Destinations” tool. You can select Business Class on top, enter some dates and it returns results with some pricing.

    I found JFK-BCN on Avianca via Bogota for $2000 round trip over Thanksgiving. (out of the way routing but would be fun, especially if you credit the miles to a Star Alliance program) [URL][/URL]

    New York to Rome is about $2225, flying TAP Portugal via Lisbon there and Ukraine via Kiev on the return. [URL][/URL]

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