Jun152016

United Miami to Paris $425, Brussels $530, Geneva $577

United loaded more low fares to Europe from Miami since yesterday. When I published my most recent post on United Airlines’ fare war in American Airlines hubs at Dallas DFW, Philadelphia PHL and Miami MIA to Paris and London, low fares to Paris were not offered from Miami. Today, Miami-Paris is as low as $425 round trip for departures Nov 1 – Dec 14 and from Jan 5 to April 6.

$425 Miami – Paris CDG United ticket for Air Canada/Swiss flights

$445 Miami – Paris CDG Swiss or United ticket for all Swiss-operated flights.

Miami – Brussels BRU United $530

$569-$575 Miami – London LHR

$577 Miami – Geneva United

Loyalty Traveler – Fare War United DFW, MIA, PHL to Paris, London $473-$533 (June 14).

Air Canada / Lufthansa Priceline ticket (I keep reading comments from flyers who say they think LH economy is best choice for transatlantic flights).

Miami – Montreal YUL – Paris CDG (Air Canada), Paris CDG – Munich MUC – Miami (Lufthansa)

$532.06 round trip  Sun Nov 6 – Sun Nov 13

MIA-CDG $433 AC-LH Nov6-13

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

p.s. I have always wondered what it would be like to blog from McDonald’s? I needed a rest break from I-75 North, north of Gainesville, Florida. Probably not my best idea to plan a trip starting with a red-eye LAX-Orlando and 450 mile drive from Orlando to the Florida Panhandle.

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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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Comments

  1. very nice — and prompts a stray thought…. (based my own recent bargain travel shopping w/ jetblue ane new mexico carriers around the Caribbean)

    Are we approaching a point where cash ticketed flights on special (and discounted further via CUR) are becoming “cheaper” than flights on legacy carriers on “miles” plus ever higher taxes & fees? (esp. for international travel….)

    At that point…. t’will be “interesting” to watch to see if those long hawking the travel credit cards (for the “reward” of absurdly expensive miles & fees premium travel) fess up about their party being over….

    when pigs fly. 🙂

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