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Low European Airfares please?

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maxpress

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Want to fly from ISTANBUL to VIENNA next Juine 2007 one way for two adults - any ideas on best low prices airline? Austrian want about $450 Aussie one way including taxes.
Also, from VENICE to CATANIA in SICILY one way for 2 adults please in June 2007?
 

geoffb78

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Maxpress

My best guess for the first route would be Germanwings, Air Berlin or Niki (whose website is flyniki.com I think). I don't know how many Austrians fly regularly to Turkey but I'm sure one of these three budget carriers could help you out.

Cheers

Geoff.
 

JohnK

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maxpress said:
Want to fly from ISTANBUL to VIENNA next Juine 2007 one way for two adults - any ideas on best low prices airline?
Try the LCC's mentioned but also BA via LHR is around A$360 each including taxes but a longer flight time and transit time in LHR.

maxpress said:
Also, from VENICE to CATANIA in SICILY one way for 2 adults please in June 2007?
Alitalia may be too expensive so your best bet here would be LCC's Alpi Eagles or Wind Jet. There is choice for more than 1 flight per day and you are looking at a one-way price of around A$140-A$170 each including taxes.
 

LotusEliseDriver

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geoffb78 said:
Maxpress

I don't know how many Austrians fly regularly to Turkey
Both Greece and Turkey v. popular for german/Austrian tourists over summer. A lot of tour companies block buy seats for the summer months years ahead. FYI this is how Niki Lauda was able to get his airline off the ground just by what these tour companies would stump up gave him a chunk of workable capital..

Mr L.E Driver..
 

maxpress

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Thanks geoffb...Germanwings fly out of Instanbul 0400 to Stuttgart-offers from 30E + taxes one way and Stuttgart to Vienna an hour later after arriving Stuttgart for 00.01 E cent to 30E + taxes- only so far to March 2007 but thank you- worth looking at when June comes on line to book! MAXPRESS
 
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