Planning a Europe Trip? Lots of Available Award Seats With United Airlines Miles!

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Good news if you’re considering a trip to Europe this year!

Via The Points Guy, there are lots of available coach and Business Class award seats from the US to Vienna on United Airlines’ Star Alliance partners Austrian Airlines and Lufthansa.

United Airlines Award Ticket

There Are Currently LOTS of United Airlines Award Seats Available for Flights From the US to Vienna!

I’ll share with you what I found.  And remind you how to earn and use United Airlines miles!

United Airlines Award Tickets to Europe

If you’re planning a trip to Europe this year, consider using your United Airlines miles to fly to Vienna.

Because there are currently a lot of award seats to Vienna open in coach and Business Class on United Airlines’ partners like Lufthansa and Austrian Airlines.  From US cities like New York, Washington, DC, Chicago, and Miami.

For example, from Washington, DC, there are coach and Business Class award seats available for 4+ travelers almost every day of the week in March 2017.  And lots of award seats for 2+ travelers in coach or Business Class between Newark or New York (JFK), and Vienna through August 2017.

United Airlines Award Ticket

Check Out How Many Award Seats Are Available Between New York and Vienna In March and April 2017!

So it’s worth checking to see if you can find an award ticket that fits your schedule.  Especially if you plan to travel with your family.

And don’t forget, with United Airlines’ “Excursionist Perk,” you can get a free stopover or a free one-way on round-trip award flights.

So, for example, if you book a round-trip award flight, you could go from Washington, DC, to Vienna, spend a few days in Vienna, then fly to Madrid and spend a week there before coming home.

Or consider booking cheap paid flights on European discount airlines to extend your trip!

Earn More United Airlines Miles

Link:   All the Ways to Earn United Airlines Miles

There are lots of ways to earn United Airlines miles!

You can transfer Chase Ultimate Rewards points to United Airlines at a 1:1 ratio.  This is good for folks with these cards:

You can also earn United Airlines miles directly with the United MileagePlus® Explorer Card and the United MileagePlus® Club Card.

Bottom Line

There are plenty of available award seats in coach and Business Class to Vienna from US cities like New York, Washington, DC, and Chicago, on United Airlines’ partners Lufthansa and Austrian Airlines.  All the way through the summer!

Remember, even if you don’t collect United Airlines miles, you can transfer Chase Ultimate Rewards points to United Airlines at a 1:1 ratio when you have cards like the Chase Sapphire Preferred, Chase Sapphire Reserve, or Chase Ink Business Preferred.

Let me know if you plan a trip!

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One response to “Planning a Europe Trip? Lots of Available Award Seats With United Airlines Miles!

  1. Do you think that united might offer special reduced award fares to Europe (20-25% off) like they do on occasion?