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First Class to Venice

First Class to Venice

  1. Anonymous

    Which carrier has premium non stop service from the eastern half of the US to Venice?
    Any bargains/deals to be aware of?

  2. Anonymous

    Hi Dorita!

    While there are many great first class carriers operating between the US and Europe, none operate non-stops to Venice.

    If the direct flight is a priority, your best option will be [I]business[/I] class with United or Delta, though both carriers only operate seasonally.

    Most of us here would probably take the connection in order to use miles, fly a better carrier, etc., but that’s really up to your preferences.

  3. Donna

    American has a nonstop from PHL to VCE (May through October) business class. For this flight it’s too late for this year and too early for next year bargain wise.

  4. David W

    What’s your origin airport? If you’re going to have to connect anyway, it could be worth connecting in Europe instead and possibly get a better hard/soft product.

  5. srq203

    I would fly British Airways to London then on to Venice, Alitalia also has a very nice “Magnifica Class” from Boston via Rome. As David W. said it may be better to connect. You will also get a better First Class product. For deals always check Kayak, Mumundo, Skyscanner, Vayama etc.

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