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Oct292016

SAS/United $514-$531 SFO to Norway and Sweden

SAS Scandinavian Airlines has a weekend sale to Scandinavia, ending Sunday night Oct 30, from all its gateways in the USA: Boston, Chicago, Los Angeles, Miami, New York, San Francisco and Washington for travel departures January 11 to March 31. Ticket prices during this sale are in the high $400s and low $500s from USA gateways…

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Sep262016

Star Alliance or Icelandair $380-$576 Chicago to France, Germany, UK, Benelux, Scandinavia Jan 10-May10, Greece/Eastern Europe Oct-May

United and Star Alliance airlines have 7 cities in western Europe and Scandinavia on sale. Star Alliance discount fares from Chicago: Amsterdam $432 Jan 10 – March 31 departures. Brussels $456 Jan 10 – May 10 departures. Frankfurt $507 Jan 11 – May 10 departures. Paris $471 Jan 10 – May 10 departures. Copenhagen $480…

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Sep172016

Los Angeles to Copenhagen $543 SAS Nov-March

SAS airlines has Los Angeles to Copenhagen on sale at $543 round trip for departures from November to March 2017. This sale has far more limited departure dates than the deals out of San Francisco to numerous cities in Norway and Sweden for even less over the same time period, but Copenhagen is not on…

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Aug262016

SAS + Aegean $625 LAX to Denmark + Greece, Star Gold elite with three round trips

Star Alliance member Aegean Airlines Miles+Bonus frequent flyer program offers a budget traveler’s opportunity for disenfranchised United flyers desiring Star Alliance Gold member elite status. U.S. residents unable to meet the big spend requirement to attain elite status in United Mileage Plus might find Aegean Airlines a suitable alternative if your travels take you to…

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Aug232016

Loyalty Traveler ARNing Again July 2017

Hey John Oliver! Arning is an English language verb in this frequent traveler’s public school teacher vocabulary. John Oliver’s Last Week Tonight show on HBO had a piece on charter schools this past Sunday and mentioned ‘arning’ in reference to charter schools and education being run as a for-profit business. Take the L off the…

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