DOJ: AA/BA: $418/$423: Oslo (OSL) to (SFO) – (LAX) to London (LHR), Feb (Direct – LHR

Oslo (OSL) to San Francisco (SFO) — Wed, Feb 3

Oslo (OSL) to London (LHR) — Wed, Feb 3
American Airlines Inc. 6628 Dep: 7:20 am Arr: 9:00 am 2h 40m Airbus A319 Economy (O)
OPERATED BY BRITISH AIRWAYS

Layover in LHR 1h 50m

London (LHR) to San Francisco (SFO) — Wed, Feb 3
American Airlines Inc. 6188 Dep: 10:50 am Arr: 1:50 pm 11h 0m Boeing 747 Economy (O)
OPERATED BY BRITISH AIRWAYS

Los Angeles (LAX) to London (LHR) — Sun, Feb 14
American Airlines Inc. 136 Dep: 6:45 pm Arr: 1:15 pm 10h 30m Boeing 777 Economy (O)
Mon, Feb 15

Cost per passenger (including taxes & fees) $417.90
Total cost for 1 passenger $417.90

Oslo (OSL) to San Francisco (SFO) — Wed, Feb 3

Oslo (OSL) to London (LHR) — Wed, Feb 3
British Airways 761 Dep: 7:25 am Arr: 9:00 am 2h 35m Airbus A320 Economy (S)

Layover in LHR 2h 5m

London (LHR) to San Francisco (SFO) — Wed, Feb 3
British Airways 285 Dep: 11:05 am Arr: 2:10 pm 11h 5m Boeing 747 Economy (O)

Los Angeles (LAX) to London (LHR) — Sun, Feb 14
British Airways 1509 Dep: 6:45 pm Arr: 1:15 pm 10h 30m Boeing 777 Economy (O)
OPERATED BY AMERICAN AIRLINES INC. Mon, Feb 15

Cost per passenger (including taxes & fees) $423.30
Total cost for 1 passenger $423.30

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Spirit: Many long US routes (BWI-LAX, etc.) at $23.10/34.10 OW thru 7/21

I know you’re not supposed to get excited about a Spirit sale, but I wish I had an early warning system that would flag only the ones like this. Thru Tuesday night 7/21 they have many of their LONG domestic routes at $23.10 OW for $9 fare club members and $34.10 for everyone else, including ATL-LAS, BWI-LAX, ORD-PDX and a bunch of others.

Link to sale page

Yes, it’s limited dates and a lot of Tuesday-Wednesdays, and yes, it’s Spirit and all that entails (read up on it if you haven’t flown them before…they take no-frills to a new level). But most of their sales aren’t as across-the-board as this (domestically, at least), and the long-route RTs will go fast so ya better hurry.

And yes, this can also be a mileage play, especially if you’re a cardholder. I’m in for 2 ATL-LAS RTs at $46.20 each ($68.20 for non-members) with 24 hours on the ground (could do it as a turn but didn’t want to), which gives 3,400 miles or so for each RT, which doesn’t sound like much but looms larger if you can use the off-peak awards that start at 5K miles RT. The next off-peak period starts 9/9, and they’re concentrated in fall, Jan./Feb, and spring. Flexibility helps. Their program isn’t as generous and is much more mediocre for non-cardholders, but you can redeem for magazines and sometimes there are 10K one-ways.

Jump on it if interested.

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