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Flight Deal: Fly To Europe For As Low As $314 On American Airlines

By DeAnna Taylor

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American Airlines is setting the bar high with its basic economy fares. The airline, along with several of its affiliates, recently reduced several European routes from the United States.

 

The lowest priced flight deal can be found from Boston to Zurich, Switzerland for $314 round-trip. This route has dates from November into early March.

 

 

 

Another low priced for the Boston area is to Munich, Germany for only $320, until May.

 

Related: No-deal Brexit Could Affect Most UK-Spain Flights. 

 

For those in or around the New York area, you can find routes to Vienna, Austria starting at $337 round-trip. This route has dates lasting into April. You can also find routes to Frankfurt, Germany for right around $350.

 

Don’t worry if you’re West coast, there are deals for you too. Routes from Los Angeles to Barcelona, Spain are pricing as low as $345 round-trip.


 

Other departure cities include Miami, Dallas, Chicago, Baltimore, and San Francisco. The European cities that are apart of this sale are Barcelona, Spain, Vienna, Austria, Munich, Germany, Frankfurt Germany, and Zurich Switzerland.

 

Use Google Flights to find exact dates and pricing for each route. The lowest priced routes are apart of American’s basic economy fare class. Under this fare class:

  • You are allowed one personal item and one carry-on item.
  • You will be called in zone 9 for boarding, no matter what your seat number is.
  • You cannot select your seats prior to check-in. If you need to choose seats, there will be a surcharge.
  • You cannot make any changes to the ticket once it is finalized.
  • Your first checked bag will be $120 and the second one is $200.

 

Other than this, you are provided the same amenities as regular economy. You will not be seated in a specific section of the plane.

 

Related: Best Cities In The World To See Street Art.

 

If you do not feel comfortable with this fare class, there is the option to upgrade to regular economy for a higher price.

 

These fares will sell out quick, so don’t hesitate on booking your flight.

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DeAnna Taylor

DeAnna Taylor is a criminal defense Attorney turned travel writer. The Charlotte native recently completed one year abroad working as an English teacher in South Korea. Her hobbies include fitness, traveling to new countries, and trying new foods.

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