Airfare Deal – Finnair: New York / Los Angeles / San Francisco / Dallas / Chicago / Boston / Washington D.C. – Helsinki, Finland. $553 – $691. Roundtrip, including all Taxes

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Finnair joined the American, British Airways and Iberia transatlantic joint venture today. And we assume that to celebrate, they are putting Helsinki on sale.

For country collectors, you can visit St. Petersburg, Russia visa free for up to 72 hours from Helsinki. More info here – St. Petersburg, Russia visa free.

[Update 7/2/2013 @ 1:15AM Eastern – these seems to be gone. Prices are +$200 – $250 more, which are normalized across all OW carriers – AA, BA, IB and Finnair. Anti-trust joint ventures = anti-consumer and basically legalized price fixing]

[Update 7/2/2013 @ 2:30AM Eastern – LAX is still pricing as a deal. It is ~$750]

Helsinki Catherdal Photo: Debarshi Ray, used under Creative Commons License (By 2.0)

Helsinki Catherdal Photo: Debarshi Ray, used under Creative Commons License (By 2.0)

Pricing from each city:

  • New York – $553
  • San Francisco – $648
  • Los Angeles – $691
  • Dallas – $665
  • Chicago – $649
  • Boston – $574
  • Washington D.C. (DCA) – $626
  • Miami – $659

These are the cities we checked. There could be many other cities with availability.

Sample Travel Date:

  • Sample from San Francisco
  • September 3rd – 10th

Fare Availability:

Partner Fare Class:

  • O

Routing:

  • SFO – JFK (New York) – HEL (Helsinki) – SFO

Mileage:

  • 13,406 miles or 4.8 cents per mile. Finnair is a member of the OneWorld alliance and a partner of American Airlines. Provide the check-in staff with your AAdvantage frequent flyer number to receive 100% mileage credit for this fare.

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How to Book:

Background Information:

  • Visa: US Citizens – not required. Other nationals, check the TIMATIC Visa Database
  • Currency: Euro (EUR) $1USD = 0.77 EUR

Tips for saving when using credit cards at international destinations:

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