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American $509 Washington IAD to Luxembourg Nov-Dec; $555 Manchester UK, $549 Bordeaux France

There are some new fares in the low to mid-$500s from American/British Airways from Washington IAD and DCA to Luxembourg City,  Manchester, UK and Bordeaux, France that were not around two days ago when I posted deals on AA/DL/UA to many cities in Europe.

Loyalty Traveler – AA/DL/UA $465-$556 Washington to 6 cities in Europe Nov-Dec (Aug 29).

The fares to Luxembourg City and Bordeaux BOD are not matched by Star Alliance or SkyTeam, but only available for departures from November 29 – December 15.

Washington BWI/DCA/IAD to Manchester, UK is $555 round trip between the holidays from Nov 29-Dec 15, then returns Jan 11 through March 2017 at $580 round trip.

American Airlines ticket with all AA codeshares for British Airways operated flights (100% AAdvantage EQM vs. 50% EQM for BA flight numbers)

Washington IAD – London LHR – Luxembourg City LUX – LHR – IAD

$508.86 round trip Sat Dec 3 – Sun Dec 11

IAD-LUX $509 AA Dec3-11

Bordeaux, France

American Airlines Washington IAD to Bordeaux is as low as $549 round trip, but that fare looks like it forces a change of airport between London Gatwick and London Heathrow. To avoid a London changeover, there is a flight From Washington IAD to Bordeaux via Miami flying AA to Madrid, then flying Iberia Airlines from Madrid to Bordeaux.

American Airlines  Washington IAD – Miami MIA – Madrid MAD – Bordeaux BOD – MAD – MIA – IAD

$576.26 round trip  Sat Dec 3 – Sun Dec 11

IAD-BOD $577 AA Dec 3-11

American Airlines Washington DCA – Philadelphia PHL – Manchester UK MAN – PHL – DCA

$554.66 round trip Sat Dec 3 – Sun Dec 11

DCA-MAN $555 AA Dec3-11

Loyalty Traveler curated Airfare Deals and Google Flights and Kayak Explore tutorials.

About Ric Garrido

Ric Garrido of Monterey, California started Loyalty Traveler in 2006 for traveler education on hotel and air travel, primarily using frequent flyer and frequent guest loyalty programs for bargain travel. Loyalty Traveler joined BoardingArea.com in 2008.

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