Escape ATX has the details on this deal, departing from Austin ABIA and landing in Brussels or Zurich (with a connection). Fares are available for some date pairs late October to January, and a 7-day minimum stay is required (so prevent most people traveling on business from taking advantage of the deal).
Delta and KLM are both members of the Sky Team alliance.
Find the details and how to book this fare on EscapeATX.com
Scott’s Cheap Flights has found another bargain, a very inexpensive airfare to Kenya. You can drive, Megabus or fly from Austin to Dallas, then fly Air Canada, Delta, Kenya Airways, KLM, Lufthansa, Swiss, United to Nairobi (via Europe).
Airfares are valid next month and May, then September through December.
Check Google Flights for the deets.
Flights from Austin to JFK are relatively inexpensive. Now, the Skyteam airline alliance (Delta, Air France, Air Europa, Alitalia, KLM) are offering airfare of just 1085 Euros for the long trans-Atlantic route in comfortable Business Class.
This fare is available until mid-June.
See the details at Loyalty Lobby.
Delta/KLM/Air France are offering flights from Austin to Belgium, Germany and Switzerland for as little as $514 round-trip. You can travel with these low, low fares from Austin in March, April, and August to December.
Momondo lists the same flights as low as $488.
You may find these flights listed on the Air France website, which may be codeshared with Delta.
Details are at https://escapeatx.com/cheap-flight-austin-san-antonio-germany-switzerland-belgium/
This fare will disappear soon, so book it now with 24-hour cancellation privileges. East Coast cities to Budapest, Hungary, for $338.
HURRY: New York/Philadelphia – Budapest from $338 Roundtrip
Amazing Deal: Fly East Coast to Budapest for ~$300
So, it’s just a test, but KLM will be testing a draft beer dispenser on a galley cart. The idea is to roll the cart down the aisle of the KLM aircraft and dispense beer along the way.
There are some technical challenges, let’s hope they can sort them out.
Flights on KLM from New York, San Francisco and Washington, D.C., to Krakow, Poland are available for only $519 round-trip for travel in September and October.
Krakow (the final W is pronounced like V) is the “fun city” in Poland. Its huge central square is full of people milling about after dark, and the cafes surrounding the square are full of people watching the square full of people. If you purchase a coffee, beer or other beverage you can sit there for hours without being bothered by the waitstaff, unlike in the United States.
Very similar to the new “Icelandair Buddies” program being tested in Reykjavik, KLM is trying out a program where passengers with a layover of 6 or more hours at AMSterdam can be paired up with a local resident and enjoy a free drink in the city.
KLM’s New Stopover Service: ‘Layover with a Local’
Could the Layover With a Local program lead to some romantic meetings and eventually marriages? We will have to wait and see.
Carriers include KLM, Aer Lingus, Jetairfly, Norwegian Air, and WOW Air. There are some very inexpensive trans-Atlantic fares available right now.
Won’t Last! 10 Cities Round-Trip to Europe $407 to $614
WOW flights route through Iceland, which can be a nice stopover. Note that some of these airlines tack on extra fees for things like checked luggage, etc.