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Trip Planning For AMS, BRU and CDG

Trip Planning For AMS, BRU and CDG

  1. Jazz

    I need help deciding route and places to visit. Using United miles, was thinking to fly from DFW – Paris (stop over) then to AMS (Open jaw). Take train to Brussels and fly back from BRU to DFW.
    United website doesn’t like that route.
    Any one has suggestion to how to include these or any other places to include in 10-12 days trip?

  2. Anonymous

    Hi [USER=2111]@Jazz[/USER], and welcome!

    In general, I’m not sure these are the most efficient routes for flying. I can’t think of a Star Alliance flight between Paris and Amsterdam, so you’d likely need to connect in Germany. I would probably just take the train between those three cities, personally.

    If you want to fly though, maybe try changing the order. Fly in to Amsterdam, have your stopover, continue by air to Brussels, take the train to Paris, and fly home from there.

  3. Jazz

    Thanks. I don’t need to fly (I was just trying to see what I can get most with my mile).
    So, fly into paris, take train to bru, ams and fly out of ams? Sounds good?

  4. Anonymous

    That might help! And in that case, you can have your stopover in the US — so you can throw in a Dallas to Salt Lake segment for a later ski trip, etc.

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