Lufthansa has just announced discounted fares on flights to Europe, the Middle East and Africa...but you must act quickly. As usual there are restrictions but these are great prices for those traveling this winter/early spring.
Sample fares include:
- New York to Frankfurt - $727
- Chicago to Barcelona - $771
- Atlanta to Vienna - $869
- Los Angeles to Prague - $867
- Seattle to Munich - $927
Many other destinations are included in the sale. You must purchase by Wednesday, January 11 and depart the U.S. between January 23 and March 22. Travel must be complete by April 22. Some blackout dates apply. The above fares are for midweek travel and include taxes. Weekend surcharge and service fee may apply. Seats are limited and may not be available on all days/all flights. Travel can be on Lufthansa, United, Continental and Air Canada.
Call Laura Riedel at 800-521-6722 x 2 for a quote or to check availability. You can also request a written quote.
Right now is the time to buy business class tickets to Europe for summer travel, June 26 through August 29. With a predicted 7% increase in travel to Europe in 2015, business class fares are unlikely to go lower than they are right now. Here are some examples of fares on United, Lufthansa, Swiss, Delta, Air France, KLM:
$3550 – San Antonio-Munich
$4022 – San Francisco-Frankfurt
$3034 – New York-Zürich
$3494 – Chicago-Amsterdam
$4020 – Atlanta-Paris
$3505 – Washington-Rome
$4251 – Los Angeles-London
Travel outbound between June 26 and August 29
Get a written quote here or phone 800-521-6722 x 2
|Video Screen, Biz-Class Seat, 747-8|
We flew back to the U.S. from Frankfurt in the upper-deck business-class cabin of Lufthansa's newest airplane, a less than one-month-old Boeing 747-8. More than 40 years ago, a reporter friend was invited to take a short ride around Northern California on a 747 just prior to that very first, and long-awaited "jumbo" jet being put into passenger service. His response to the inevitable "what was it like?" questions was, "very much like flying." I've flown the 747 many times and that's pretty much my reaction to this latest version, EXCEPT for LH's new lie-flat business class seats.