Time for an NYC trip?
New York City needs no introduction. Like a one named pop star, the city’s reputation proceeds itself. From world class shopping to the height of cuisine, culture, sporting and just some damn good views – it’s always a perfect place to jet off. While there are plenty of opportunities to fly off to Manhattan at around €400 in economy, the lack of legroom or these days – even a checked bag can really cramp your style. Fortunately, quite a few airlines are out with absurdly good premium economy deals, allowing at least one bag and a much bigger seat.
Lufthansa, British Airways and Air France are battling it out in cities all across Europe to offer the most enticing Premium Economy deals to NYC. Say it with us now: when they compete – we win. Deals start at just €605 round trip, and many allow you to upgrade to business class using points. Plus, if you’ve got elite status with the airline and someone needs to get moved up front, you’ll be pretty high up the list! The very best deals area available from: Geneva, Stockholm, Frankfurt, Munich and Venice.
These deals have limited availability over the next two months, but wide open availability from September 2018 thru to March 2019. During this period you can find flights available on almost any date making them easy to take advantage of for a fall, winter or spring trip. Who doesn’t love New York City in the fall?
Flying premium economy is all about making travel easier. Booking travel should be equally as nice. Here are the best round trip deals from each city, like: €570 Geneva, €593 Stockholm, €650 Frankfurt, €655 Berlin, €657 Brussels, €660 Milan. Deals with Air France, British Airways or Lufthansa can be upgraded using points while American Airlines deals can be upgraded using elite certificates. These deals are about as low as we ever see for comfortable travel, and with the option to go fully flat using points, they’re really tough to beat. Enjoy New York! Before you land, check out these 10 practical tips and these tourist traps to avoid – oh and how to get to NYC from JFK of course…