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I could use some advice on flying into Gothenburg during the early summer. I am planning a trip to Germany first, and will be there for a week, before I meet a handful of friends in Gothenburg during the last week of June.
My friends will be flying out from NYC, but the summer travel rates are making it so that many of them can not go. I’ve been to Gothenburg before, and it cost me around $800 round trip. But that was in April, and i seems as if the cheapest flights I can find for them in June are over $1000. Many of them are students, and cost is a huge issue for them.
Me and my girlfriend are trying to figure out how many months out we have before booking a flight becomes very pricey… i found a round trip flight to London for around 886 USD but how long till that prices goes up??? any suggestions on cheaper flights??? Thanks for ur help!!!
Has anybody tested Travelgrove.com. I just visited their site and it seemed really easy to use. Although I do not like their landing pages much, but I saw they have some award tracking. Has anyone used that?
I am looking for cheap flights to spain that leave the last two weeks of may and come back the first or second week of august i have a lot of flexibility but i am finding it hard to find cheap tickets. The tickets I was looking at through student universe were 850 dollars two weeks ago but I just found out today I got accepted to this program and the tickets are almost double the price now. Is it smart to wait and buy my ticket at the last second and have them be cheaper or will I end up having to pay even more?
I’ve read that it is best to wait until within 3 1/2 months of departure to book a flight: booking earlier results in higher fare. The article was talking about US domestic flights. Is this also true for trans-atlantic flights? What is the best time to book a flight to europe?
A friend & I are planning a 3 week trip next May…2 weeks in Italy & 1 week in Greece. Ferry trips to the Greek islands are so long, so we’re thinking about flying to a couple of islands. Has anyone done this and was it complicated? Thanks
I would like to go to any Western European city this summer in the end of August and return on Sep 6th.
Any cheap deals from the Washington DC/Baltimore area to Europe ?
I would like to ask You what have got a cheapest flights with all tax and where?
This is my first post here. I usually fly to Europe about twice a year and in the past 6 years or so I have always been able to find some sort of a reasonable deal. For example, last summer we flew from IAD to MUC between June 10 and August 10 and paid $2000 for 4 tickets. When we fly out of CHS, we usually pay about $680 per ticket.
Anyways, this summer, I am not able to find ANYTHING below $800. I would like to fly between June 30 and July 10th and return between July 30th and August 10th. At least 4 weeks.
I really need to stay below $800 per ticket incl everything.
We’re thinking of starting a 2 – 2 1/2 week trip in Rome, then making our way to Italy, Munich, Paris, Brussels with a day trip to Bruges, and ending up in Amsterdam (we think that’s probably the best order, but if you have any other suggestions that’s great). We thought at first that we would just take the Eurail to every city, but the gaps between Florence, Munich, and Paris are pretty far. Also, Italy isn’t adjacent to Germany, so it couldnt’ be counted on a 4-country pass.