Deals to Germany for Summer & Fall

Tracy Stewart, June 05, 2012
Fares from Washington DC:

    Even as domestic coast-to-coast fares remain pricey, there's hope yet for those looking to make the trip to Europe. Fares to Germany have held steady in the $600-$700+ range from New York and other departure cities, even during peak summer months.  

    New York to Berlin $653 round-trip, including all taxes

    Miami to Dusseldorf $729 round-trip, including all taxes

    Ft Myers to Dusseldorf $729 round-trip, including all taxes

    Las Vegas to Dusseldorf $865 round-trip, including all taxes

    And if you'd prefer to wait out the summer crowds (and higher hotel rates), you'll find plenty of great fares for fall travel. Even for nonstops from the West Coast!

    Los Angeles to Dusseldorf $949 round-trip, nonstop, including all taxes

    New York to Dusseldorf $643 round-trip, nonstop, including all taxes

    Miami to Dusseldorf $695 round-trip, nonstop, including all taxes

    Miami to Munich $775 round-trip, including all taxes

    Las Vegas to Dusseldorf $783 round-trip, including all taxes

    Ft Myers to Munich $864 round-trip, including all taxes

    For travel elsewhere in Europe or even Israel and North Africa, you may find it is often cheaper to fly into Germany and "DIY " a flight onward, what with so many low cost carriers operating from German hubs. Sites like WhichBudget.com can help you string together an itinerary on the cheap. We also like the Special Offers listings on Air Berlin (who recently souped up service from the West Coast to include Las Vegas and Los Angeles), which allows you to search current sale fares by destination categories, such as Honeymoon, Winter & Sun, Snow, etc., and regularly features places we rarely see deals to from the US, like Palma de Mallorca, Sharm el Sheik, and Tel Aviv.

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