From those of you with more travel experience than I have, are any US airlines better than others for travel to Europe? I've used British Airlines and Air France before and was satisfied, but their schedules/prices are not as attractive for the flight I'm now booking. Are there any differences in the travel experience between the major US airlines? Is it worth paying for a more expensive flight with Lufthansa, BA, or Air France over US carriers? I really appreciate any comments.
Take a look at Icelandair, I use them from the west coast at least once and sometimes twice a year to fly to Europe. prices are competitive, and with a stop in Keflavik Iceland of about 1-1/2 hour you avoid any major european airport stopovers and passenger taxes. I did a quick price check and found a JFK-Paris return ticket in June for app.$ 977.00
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There are airlines around Europe that have really low costs (i.e around 50 euros), but do you know if they travel from/to the US?
I can remember one of them was called "EasyJet".
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Most of the low-cost airlines in Europe and USA don’t fly across the Atlantic – but a few of them do. The airlines listed here generally have some budget flights connecting major cities in the United States and Canada with major cities in Europe.
•Aer Lingus – Ireland’s national flag carrier, Aer Lingus isn’t usually thought of as a budget carrier. But in order to compete with Ryanair, they’ve been lowering their prices on many flights – including some of their trans-atlantic routes. You can get to Europe via Aer Lingus from Boston, Chicago, Orlando, Washington DC, and New York.•Eurofly – Eurofly is a small Italian airline that is mostly owned by another Italian airline called Meridiana. But what’s important is that during the high season, Eurofly routinely has spectacular deals on flights between Italy and cities on the US east coast.•US Airways – Although US Airways calls itself a budget airline (and it may feel like one with the bare-bones service they offer), its trans-atlantic flights aren’t usually a huge savings over other big airlines.•Air Transat – Based in Montreal, Air Transat is mainly a charter airline but it does offer some fairly inexpensive flights to Europe during the summer.