Nov152015

Ethiopian $630 LAX-Dublin nonstop with Mileage Plus 50% flight miles

Star Alliance member Ethiopian Airlines has a low $630 round trip fare for nonstop flights on a Boeing 787 between Los Angeles LAX and Dublin DUB Ireland. Fly this route before December 1, 2015 and you earn 100% flight miles in United Mileage Plus for the discount economy T fare. From December 1, Mileage Plus earn rate for redeemable miles drops to 50% for Ethiopian Airlines T fare.

Departure dates at these low fares run through March 2016 with returns through June 2016. Round trip fares rise to $869.92 for summer travel LAX-DUB from June-September 2016.

Ethiopian Airlines Los Angeles LAX–DUB Dublin, Ireland (nonstop)

$630.12  Monday November 16 – Thursday November 26

United Mileage Plus miles = 10,362 redeemable miles.

T fare earns 100% flight miles in United Mileage Plus (before Dec 1)

LAX-DUB $630 Ethiopian Nov 16-26

Since not many of us have the ability to jump on a plane in LAX for a 10-day trip to Ireland tomorrow, there are many more dates with $630 round trip LAX-DUB fares in 2016.

Presidents’ Week February Holiday

Ethiopian Airlines Los Angeles LAX–DUB Dublin, Ireland (nonstop)

$630.12  Saturday February 13 – Monday February 22

United Mileage Plus miles = 5,181 redeemable miles.

T fare earns 50% flight miles in United Mileage Plus (after Dec 1, 2015)

LAX-DUB $630 Ethiopian Feb 13-20

$630 round trip is a good fare for nonstop flights LAX to Dublin, Ireland. From Dublin there are low cost flights around Europe, and London is especially low priced with RyanAir.

Ethiopian Airlines LAX-DUB is another good route strategy for Californians looking to save money on TransAtlantic travel to Europe.

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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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