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Flying Blue Promo Awards: Premium Economy to Europe for under 32,000 miles each way

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This month’s Flying Blue Promo Awards don’t feature any business-class deals between Europe and North America, but you can still pick up discounted premium economy and economy awards. The list of North American cities available this month is more skimpy than usual and includes only Seattle, Washington D.C. and Mexico City.

If you’re traveling from the U.S. west coast and can easily get to Seattle there are solid deals in Premium Economy. The cheapest flights are available when you’re connecting through Amsterdam or Paris to other destinations in Europe. You’ll need to book these flights by Mar. 31, 2020, for travel from May 1 – June 30, 2020.

Air France Boeing 777-200 Premium Economy cabin. (Photo by Darren Murph)

Flying Blue Promo Awards

The Flying Blue Promo Awards offer a monthly rotating list of discounted award destinations for the Flying Blue airlines — KLM and Air France. Each month has discounts of up to 50% on specific classes of service to/from certain cities. Flying Blue also has Special Edition Promo Awards, which are deals it occasionally releases in addition to the monthly promotion.

This promotion can be an especially lucrative way to use your transferrable points when there is a transfer bonus to Flying Blue, unfortunately there are no current transfer bonuses.

March Flying Blue Promo Awards

Book by: Mar. 31, 2020

Travel dates: May 1 – June 30, 2020

Terms and restrictions: Promo awards are valid for one-way or round-trip flights and cannot be changed, canceled or refunded.

Discounted award flights to North America are available to/from Europe and:

Watch out for the taxes and fees for Flying Blue awards because they are on the higher side. The fees on your award will be higher returning from Europe and you can expect fees to fall in these ranges for each class of service:

This sale also covers many other routes worldwide, so take a look at the promotion page to see if anything interests you.

How to Earn Flying Blue miles

Flying Blue miles are some of the easiest miles to earn because you can quickly and easily transfer miles to Flying Blue from these transferable points programs:

Some of the best card offers to earn transferrable points with these programs (so you’re ready for the next edition of Promo Awards) are:

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