Great Airfares are Here: How to Get Them

Where the Low Airfares Are

Author: The Traveling Professor/Wednesday, June 1, 2016/Categories: Save on Airfare

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For regular readers of The Traveling Professor's blog, you already know the best place to find airfares is through Those who sign up for my newsletter will get a free 7-page guide on how to use the website and get the best airfares.  Otherwise, current subscribers can email me at and I will email out the guide to you.

Here are some sample fares from sample cities as as they correspond to The Professor's current tours:

Paris and the Normandy Invasion Beaches:  $677 R/T on American Airlines between Chicago and Paris.

Budget Italy:  $760 on American Airlines between Florence, Italy and Dallas.  

Luxury Italy:  $690 R/T JFK to Florence then Rome to JFK on Iberia.  

Austrian & Bavarian Christmas Markets:  LAX to Vienna then Munich to LAX.  Only $849 R/T.   Also between New York, Vienna and Munich for $772 on AirFrance.  

Peru, Machu Picchu and the Amazon Jungle:   $994 American Airlines.  Atlanta to Cuzco then Puerto Maldonado to Atlanta.  

There are plenty of other great deals too.   In fact, The Professor will be happy to find the BEST AIRFARE for anyone on The Traveling Professor's Small Group Tours for Active Adults.

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