What's the Deal? Look to Unfamiliar Airlines for Deals
Don't forget smaller foreign carriers when searching for deals to Europe. Not all offer service out of Washington, but even those that fly out of other hubs often offer codeshare agreements. And some sales are so good that it may be worth it to fly out of New York or Boston.
For example, BMI , just announced a sale from Washington to Brussels, Edinburgh and Glasgow for travel Sept. 3-March 25. The fares aren't dirt cheap - $951 with taxes, for example, to Brussels - but anything less than $1,000 round trip to a destination other than London (usually cheaper) is a good deal.
By Carol Sottili |
June 20, 2008; 6:44 AM ET
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