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LOT Polish/Star Alliance New York JFK and Chicago $503 to 8 cities in Poland Nov-May

LOT Polish has a major sale to Poland from New York JFK and Chicago with fares to 8 cities priced at $503 – $553 round trip for departures from November to May. I posted this deal from Chicago yesterday when it was not available from New York JFK at the time of my post. Now this deal is available from New York JFK with even more low fare dates from JFK than Chicago. November through March offers $503-$528 fares on most dates. This makes a Thanksgiving week trip a cheap option.

Delta and KLM have also lowered their fares today to low $500s from both Chicago ORD and New York JFK to Krakow and Warsaw during this time frame.

New York JFK to Poland On Sale with Star Alliance airline LOT Polish

Warsaw $494 – $553 November to May dates (LOT, United and Swiss)

Gdansk $503-$553 November to May dates

Katowice $503-$553 November to May dates

Krakow $503-$553 November to May dates (LOT, Lufthansa, United, Swiss, Austrian)

Poznan $503-$553 November to May dates

Rzeszów $504-$554 November to May dates

Szczecin $503-$553 November to May dates

Wroclaw $503-$553 November to May dates

 

Lufthansa ticket 

New York JFK – Vienna VIE (Austrian) – Krakow KRK (Austrian) – Munich MUC (Lufthansa) – New York JFK (Lufthansa)

$519.59  Fri Nov 18 – Sat Nov 26 (Thanksgiving week)

JFK-KRK $519 LH Nov18-26

Chicago to Poland

Warsaw $490 – $553 November to May dates

Gdansk $503-$553 November to May dates

Katowice $503-$553 November to May dates

Krakow $503-$553 November to May dates (LOT, United and Swiss)

Poznan $503-$553 November to May dates

Rzeszów $503-$553 November to May dates

Szczecin $503-$553 November to May dates

Wroclaw $503-$553 November to May dates

 

 

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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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