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I just had to pop this one up on BOTH blogs as it is such a good deal for someone looking for summer travel to Europe and a chance to pick up a TON of points in the process. To be able to fly for under/around $2000 all in business class is just sweet!

You can route this all sorts of ways either via JFK to get to ride the nice new BE-light service from LAX or up to SFO (San Francisco) and try out Air France or even route so you can ride the A380. So many ways and at a great price for a business class ticket!- René

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Posted by rene | 3 Comments

3 Responses to “ALERT: AMAZING Skyteam Business class Los Angles to Vienna Austria ~$2000 Summer2014”

  1. FlamingHomer says:

    Zurich a little cheaper

  2. Tim H. says:

    Just booked RT in the summer EVV(my home airport)-ATL-AMS-FRA and then on the FRA-DTW-EVV all in Business Elite (Z) all for $1,751.59 compared to economy at $1,320. I also have a question Rene, my friend applied for Global Entry and got “approved” but still has to interview. We both see no reason why he would not be approved. We both already bought our tickets. Finally, the question: Since he already bought his ticket and didn’t enter the redress number, can he still do this later (once he gets it) and use GE with the ticket or not? Or does the ticket not have to be connected to the redress number to use your GE?

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