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:There's Zoom Airlines, from Canada to Europe, some real good deals there.
 
:There's Zoom Airlines, from Canada to Europe, some real good deals there.
 
:I had started an article [[Intercontinental discount airlines]] (without logging in), but it was removed. I just started a subheader ===Intercontinental===, please add more information. [[User:Guaka|Guaka]] 16:40, 26 September 2006 (EDT)
 
:I had started an article [[Intercontinental discount airlines]] (without logging in), but it was removed. I just started a subheader ===Intercontinental===, please add more information. [[User:Guaka|Guaka]] 16:40, 26 September 2006 (EDT)
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I'm struggling to find any cheap fare options between Europe and S America (Rio, BA, Lima, Santiago). Anyone got any ideas? The only hints in this article are Air Berlin and Condor, and I can't get their websites to give any useful options. [[User:Andyfarrell|Andyfarrell]] 12:23, 12 November 2009 (EST)

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Intercontinental flights[edit]

Does anyone know if there are any transcontinental discount fares? Specifically, I am interested in Europe-North America.


I wonder about the same, especially Europe-Asia. How about an intercontinental-section. I'm sure it's somehow possible to do that with cheap discount airlines provided you have the guts to change several times. I'm interested in how much you could save by doing that.

There's Zoom Airlines, from Canada to Europe, some real good deals there.
I had started an article Intercontinental discount airlines (without logging in), but it was removed. I just started a subheader ===Intercontinental===, please add more information. Guaka 16:40, 26 September 2006 (EDT)

Europe to South America[edit]

I'm struggling to find any cheap fare options between Europe and S America (Rio, BA, Lima, Santiago). Anyone got any ideas? The only hints in this article are Air Berlin and Condor, and I can't get their websites to give any useful options. Andyfarrell 12:23, 12 November 2009 (EST)

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