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Won’t Last! Round-Trip Business Class From the US & Canada to Europe From ~$1,057

Won’t Last!  Round-Trip Business Class From the US & Canada to Europe From ~$1,057

Million Mile SecretsWon’t Last!  Round-Trip Business Class From the US & Canada to Europe From ~$1,057Million Mile Secrets Team

Hurry!  Via SecretFlying, you can fly round-trip from the US & Canada to many popular European destinations from just ~$1057.  

Valid dates are from August 2016 through April 2017.  And airlines like Delta, British Airways, Air France, American Airlines, and United Airlines are included in the sale!

Won't Last Round Trip Business Class From The US Canada To Europe From 1,057
Fly Round-Trip in Business Class to Italy From Many US & Canadian Cities for Cheap!

I don’t expect this sale to last, so book soon if you’re interested!

Save on Business Class Flights to Europe

The sale is valid for flights from August 2016 through April 2017.  But exclude busy holiday times like Christmas and New Years.

Departure cities in the US & Canada include:

  • San Francisco
  • Houston
  • Los Angeles
  • Washington, DC
  • New York
  • Seattle
  • Portland
  • Toronto
  • Montreal
  • Vancouver

And more!

Arrival cities in Europe include:

  • Madrid
  • Barcelona
  • Istanbul
  • Munich
  • Berlin
  • Venice

And many more!

For example, I found a round-trip flight leaving San Francisco on September 14, 2016, and returning from Istanbul on September 21, 2016, for ~$1,083.

And another sale fare from New York (JFK) to Munich departing on January 24, 2017, and returning on January 30, 2017, for ~$1,558!

And don’t forget, you can save up to $400 on British Airways flights with the AARP discount.  Making these fares an even sweeter deal!

How to Find These Flights?

Here’s my series on how to use ITA Matrix to find flights.  And my post on how to use Google Flights.

Don’t forget, many airlines have cancellation policies which allow you to receive a full refund a short time after booking your ticket.  So even if you’re not sure of your dates, it could be worth booking anyway!

Let me know what deals you find!

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