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United/LOT $447-$490 EWR/JFK to AMS/BRU/CDG/HAM/MUC Sep-Mar 31

LOT has New York JFK to Paris on sale at $458 round trip beginning Sep 18 to Dec 9 and resuming Jan 9 – March 31 for nearly every date. LOT has sporadic dates over the same time period with $448 round trip fares to Amsterdam.

All the other low fare deals to Europe are with United Airlines from Newark EWR to Amsterdam, Brussels, Hamburg and Munich for ticket prices from $462 to $490 round trip for departures November 1 to December 15.

United Airlines nonstop to Paris is around $510 round trip, but looks like most Paris itineraries are one-stop for lowest fares. Nonstop United flights are available at low fares to Amsterdam, Brussels, Hamburg and Munich.

LOT Polish Airlines New York JFK – Warsaw WAW – Paris CDG – WAW – JFK

$457.42 USD round trip  Sun Sep 18 – Fri Sep 30

JFK-CDG $458 Sep 18-30 LOT

LOT Polish Airlines New York JFK – Warsaw WAW – Amsterdam AMS – WAW – JFK

$446.88  Sat Sep 10 – Mon Sep 19 (You can also book overnight layover in Warsaw for same price).

JFK-AMS $448 LOT Sep 10-19

United Airlines Newark Fares to Europe with Nonstop Flights

$462 Newark EWR – Amsterdam, Netherlands AMS Nov 1 – Dec 15 every date.

$478 – $502 Newark EWR – Hamburg, Germany Nov 1 – Dec 15.

$482 Newark EWR – Brussels, Belgium BRU Nov 1 – Dec 15 every date.

$490 Newark EWR – Munich, Germany MUC Nov 1 – Dec 15.

$499-$510 Newark EWR – Paris, France CDG Nov 1 – Dec 15.

United Airlines Newark EWR – Munich MUC nonstop

$489.36 round trip Sat Nov 19 – Sun Nov 27 (Thanksgiving week).

EWR-MUC $490 UA Nov19-27

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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. Any suggestions on what site to use to book? I’ve never used a 3rd party site since I have usually booked award tickets. I read an article recently recommending Momondo, but have no familiarity with this site. However, a check of them vs. on United.com shows a significant fare difference.

    Thanks, Ric.

  2. I was searching for info and reviews on Momondo and I see you posted the same question to your own readers on you blog on June 30 (“Significantly lower United Airlines ticket prices with OTA sites. How do they do it?”). The comments on that post helped to better understand.

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