MONTREAL – LYON effective November 6 is reduced from 4x/week to 3x/week.
MONTREAL – PHOENIX effective February 22 will BEGIN 3x/week service.
TORONTO – SEOUL effective October 28 is reduced from 1x/day to 4x/week.
TORONTO – SEOUL effective January 31 increases from 4x/week to 1x/day.
VANCOUVER – MELBOURNE effective December 1 will BEGIN 4/week service.
VANCOUVER – ORLANDO effective December 20 will BEGIN 2x/week service.
CALI – BUCARAMANGA effective August 17 will BEGIN 3x/week service.
CALI – SANTA MARTA effective August 18 will BEGIN 4x/week service.
ADDIS ABABA – MAHE ISLAND effective December 6 increases from 5x/week to 6x/week.
JOHANNESBURG – LOME 4x/week service has been delayed until May 17, 2017 (Originally set to commence on May 3).
EUROWINGS / LUFTHANSA:
COLOGNE – ENFIDHA effective June 7 will BEGIN 3x/week service.
COLOGNE – FUNCHAL effective November 11 will BEGIN 1x/week service.
COLOGNE – GRENOBLE effective December 2 will BEGIN 1x/week service.
DUSSELDORF – AGADIR effective October 29 will BEGIN 1x/week service.
DUSSELDORF – FUNCHAL effective October 29 will BEGIN 1x/week service.
DUSSELDORF – SANTA CRUZ DE LA PALMA effective November 4 will BEGIN 1x/week service.
HAMBURG – SANTA CRUZ DE LA PALMA effective November 4 will BEGIN 1x/week service.
MUNICH – AGADIR effective November 1 will BEGIN 1x/week service.
STUTTGART – SANTA CRUZ DE LA PALMA effective November 4 will BEGIN 1x/week service.
TAIPEI – SURABAYA 2x/week service effective September 2 is CANCELLED.
WARSAW – ASTANA start of 4x/week service has been delayed to May 29, 2017 (Originally scheduled to begin May 8).
ROUGE / AIR CANADA:
MONTREAL – LIMA effective December 16 will BEGIN 2x/week service.
TORONTO – BELIZE CITY effective December 15 will BEGIN 1x/week service.
TORONTO – ST. VINCENT effective December 14 will BEGIN 1x/week service.
COPENHAGEN – BOSTON effective October 29 will be reduced from 6x/week to 3x/week.
COPENHAGEN – MIAMI effective October 29 will be reduced from 3x/week to 2x/week.
OSLO – MIAMI effective October 29 will be reduced from 3x/week to 2x/week.
STOCKHOLM – MIAMI effective October 29 will BEGIN 1x/week service.
NEWARK – BUENOS AIRES effective October 28 will BEGIN 1x/day service.
Between now and April 30, you can book roundtrip travel in Business Class aboard Lufthansa / SWISS / Austrian / Brussels to the USA for only $1400 (Roundtrip). The minor catch is that you have to begin your travels from Berlin. But for a $1400 Business Class ticket, that may be a very minor thing to worry about.
The fare sale covers travel between May 26 and September 4, 2017 and only requires a Saturday night stay. You must purchase your tickets 14 days ahead of your planned departure. This pricing is also available on flight operated by United and Air Canada, so you can get quite creative in how you route your travel from Berlin.
This special fare was published on the SkyTravelAgent.de website. Sky Travel specializes in finding and booking LH Group deals and promos that may not normally be published by the airlines. I’ve used them a few times in the past when I needed to build creative routings for mileage runs, or to get the best possible price for premium cabin tickets. If you’re looking to build a fun and creative itinerary, reach out to them and see what they can do for you. If you can’t find this fare deal on the airline websites, contact Sky Travel directly.
But Hurry, you only have 3 days to get this deal!
Lufthansa has published what are perhaps the lowest fares I’ve ever seen between Chicago and Frankfurt or Munich. The economy fares coincide with the Thanksgiving Holiday weekend and run into mid-December. This lines up PERFECTLY with the opening of the Holiday Market season throughout Germany and the rest of Europe.
The best fare that I could find was a $525 deal between Chicago and Munich. Frankfurt was next at only $535. The rest of Germany and Europe were are priced at their typical $800-1200 range but with some creative booking, you can book separate tickets to take you deeper into Europe for far less. Valid travel dates for this deal are between November 22 and December 15.
The catch with these fares is that a 7 day stay is required but there is no weekend travel blackout for the deals. In other words the fares are not higher if your flights take place Thursday through Sunday. There’s no end date to this fare sale. It’s one of those ‘while supplies lasts’ kind of offers.
The fares are valid for travel on Lufthansa, SWISS, Austrian, Air Canada, and United so you have plenty of flexibility as far as carriers are concerned. As long as your travel originates in Chicago you can fly on any of these carriers and benefit from this low fare.