Still Available! Under ~$600 Round-Trip to Europe From Multiple US Cities!

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Hurry!  I recently wrote about cheap round-trip tickets to Europe from 8 US cities.

Loyalty Traveler reports you can still fly round-trip in coach to Paris from Washington, DC, New York (JFK), and Chicago, for under $500. 

And from many US airports to cities like Brussels, Frankfurt, and London, for less than $600 round-trip in coach!

Depending on the deal, these cheap fares are valid from September 2016 through April 2017.  And include airlines like Air Canada, American Airlines, British Airways, Delta, and United Airlines.

Still Available Under 600 Round Trip To Europe From Multiple US Cities
Cheap Round-Trip Flights to Europe Are Still Available From a Number of US Cities!

Here’s how to find the deal.

How to Find and Book Your Cheap Ticket to Europe!

You can search for dates using Google Flights.  And then book directly with the airline or on a site like Orbitz or Priceline.

You can read my series on how to use ITA Matrix to find flights.  And my post on how to use the very easy Google Flights.

I doubt these cheap fares will last much longer.  So book now if you’re interested!

Using Google Flights, I found a ticket from Washington, DC, leaving September 12, 2016, and returning from Paris on September 18, 2016, for ~$455.

And a flight from San Francisco to Frankfurt leaving October 20, 2016, and returning October 27, 2016, for ~$500.

Or a ticket for ~$535 from Newark to Brussels leaving December 3, 2016, and returning December 9, 2016.

And there are even more cheap tickets still available!

Let me know if you snag one of these cheap tickets to Europe!

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