BUYER BEWARE:– Discounted fares are from the US. Your return flight back to the US could be higher. So you have to factor that in. Looking at the example above, that’s not bad considering that’s a pretty long flight from the US to Europe.– No-frills mean that you have to pay extra for preferred seating, additional luggage, food, water, (bring your own) etc. Check their website for details and add them all up. They are OPTIONAL. This means if you follow their rules, and not purchase all of their extra frills, you could really get to Europe for under $400 roundtrip.– If website is down, you can try calling 1-800-357-4159
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