Air Canada – $502: San Francisco / Los Angeles / Chicago / Boston – Vienna, Austria. Roundtrip, including all Taxes

Air Canada and its partners are putting Vienna on sale. Here’s what we found:

  • San Francisco [SFO] – $502
  • Chicago [ORD] – $525
  • Boston [BOS] – $509
  • Los Angeles [LAX] – $509
Vienna, Austria - Photo: Andrey via Flickr, used under Creative Commons License (By 2.0)

Vienna, Austria – Photo: Andrey via Flickr, used under Creative Commons License (By 2.0)

Sample Travel Date:

  • Sample from San Francisco
  • October 17th – 25th

Fare Availability:

  • San Francisco / Chicago / Boston: Valid for travel on the outbound in October. Must purchase at least 14 days in advance of departure
  • Los Angeles: Valid for travel on the outbound from November – early December. Must purchase at least 14 days in advance of departure
  • Please note that while this fare is valid at time of posting, if this post is more than two days old, the fare is likely gone.

How to Search for Availability:

You cannot buy tickets using ITA. To buy, follow our instructions in the “How to Book” section below.

Fare Class:

  • K


  • SFO – YYZ (Toronto) – VIE (Vienna) – YYZ – SFO



  • Miles Flown: 13,134 miles or 3.8 cents per mile

  • Elite Qualifying Miles: 8,820 miles
  • Redeemable Miles: 6,567 miles

How to Book:

  • Support us by using our Priceline link to book with dates found on ITA Software Matrix Airfare Search. Make sure you enter  “Air Canada” on the Airline textbox under the Advanced Options section of the form.




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Background Information:

  • Visa: US Citizens – not required. Other nationals, check the TIMATIC Visa Database
  • Currency: Euro (EUR). $1USD = 0.90 EUR

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Comments (3)

  • roger 6 years ago Reply

    if you’re flying from ord to vie you can get it for $517 on austrian’s website.

  • David 6 years ago Reply

    Confusing myself on the UA EQM/RDM earnings. UA’s website says 100% EQM and 50% RDM on a AC K class fare, is this correct? Your figures above suggest 50%/25% for EQM/RDM. Thanks in advance for the help, want to ensure before I book.

    The Flight Deal 6 years ago Reply

    @David – the YYZ-VIE segment is operated by Austrian. That’s only 50% EQM/RDM. AC is 100% EQM and 50% RDM. Our math is correct.

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