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This won’t last long! Via One Mile at a Time, there are lots of Business Class saver award seats available to Europe on United Airlines’ partner Austrian Airlines. You can depart from cities like Chicago, New York, Washington, DC, and more, for travel through July 2017!
That’s great news, because you’ll be able to visit Europe during the popular summer months using your United Airlines miles!
There are even plenty of award seats available over the busy holiday season. 😉
Fly to Europe in Business Class With United Airlines Miles
Don’t wait! United Airlines’ partner Austrian Airlines has opened a LOT of Business Class saver award seats to its hub in Vienna from 6 US cities, including:
- New York (JFK)
- Washington, DC
A Business Class saver partner award ticket from the US to Europe costs 70,000 United Airlines miles one-way.
Plus, United Airlines never adds fuel surcharges to any of its award flights!
Just go to United Airlines’ site to search for your award tickets.
Here’s a look at United Airlines’ award calendar for 2 tickets from Chicago to Vienna over the holidays. There are Business Class saver award tickets available almost every day of November and December 2016!
The award calendar is wide open for flights between New York (JFK) and Vienna too. For travel over the popular summer months!
I even found 2 non-stop, round-trip tickets between Miami and Vienna in Business Class for 140,000 United Airlines miles per person (280,000 United Airlines miles total) and ~$183.
These same tickets cost ~$4,938 each! That’s an incredible savings of ~$10,000 for using your United Airlines miles!
Need more United Airlines miles for your trip? Chase Ultimate Rewards points transfer to United Airlines miles at a 1:1 ratio.
And don’t forget, once you get to Vienna, you can explore the rest of Europe for cheap with budget airlines!
Let me know if you book a trip!