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Have you ever seen one of those pictures of the cliffs overlooking the water in Greece? You know, the ones with the majestic blue water, beautiful white villas and dreamy looking sunsets? Well, it’s time to do more than look at pictures on Instagram. Get there yourself with this amazing deal…

The Deal

Emirates, a top world carrier with one of the very best economy cabins, one you can actually enjoy is offering an exceptionally good deal to Greece with a direct flight from New York to Athens to celebrate the launch of their brand new route. For just $555 round trip you can hit one of the most bucket list worthy destinations out there, with enough cash left over to island hop and explore Mykonos, Santorini, Corfu and more.

The Dates

This awesome deal is available from March to June of 2017 on Emirates brand new direct flight from New York (EWR) to Athens. This fare is in celebration of the route launch, so there’s no telling how long it will last, but I wouldn’t hesitate to book, if it’s right for you.

Booking The Deal

This is as straight forward as it gets. Just head to Emirates.com and search from EWR to ATH anytime from March to June. You can see a wide range of dates on the Emirates website, so finding the deal should be easy.

Expert Tips…

You can earn miles Emirates, Alaska or many other top carriers from this deal. Figure out which will benefit you most and be sure to enter your frequent flyer number, because you never want to fly without earning miles. Not only will you get a great holiday, you’ll have a head start on your next (free) trip as well…

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