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Amsterdam – Atlanta - Buenos Aires – New York City €515 return *UPDATE*

Amsterdam – Atlanta - Buenos Aires – New York City €515 return *UPDATE*

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Delta Airlines offer a very nice fare for flights from Amsterdam to Buenos Aires for only 515 Euro - round-trip incl. taxes.

Update: Delta Airlines extended the travel period for this fare (travel until 30th June or 23rd August to 14th December 2013). The fare to Sao Paulo is also still available.

This flight fare is similar to the fare for flights to Sao Paulo or Rio (Link). All flights to Buenos Aires have a stopover in Atlanta or New York City. This flight fare allows you to spend some nights in one of these vibrant cities, before you continue your travel home or to Buenos Aires. Thanks to Jan for sharing this flight fare with us.

Fare Details: 

  • Seasonal restrictions: travel until 30th June or 23rd August to 14th December 2013
  • Sales restrictions: book by 27th February 2013
  • 2 free stopovers permitted - 1 in each direction in Atlanta or New York City

Sample Dates without Stopover:

  • 25/2 - 5/3/2013
  • 25/2 - 6/3/2013
  • 25/2 - 10/3/2013
  • 20/3 - 3/4/2013

Sample Dates with Stopover:

  • 6/11/2013 Amsterdam – Atlanta ;  8/11/2013 Atlanta – Buenos Aires;  21/11/2013 Buenos Aires – New York City; 27/11/2013 New York City - Amsterdam
  • Please use  http://matrix.itasoftware.com/ to find the perfect dates and route for your travel, you can't book the flights there, you can only search for them. Please check the picture below for instructions:

Sample Booking:

Flight Booking:

Click here to book online with Ebookers.nl.

You have to use the multi-destination search if you want to book a flight with stopover in New York and/or Atlanta.

Accommodations:

Please compare hotel rates on HotelsCombined.com and check hotel reviews on TripAdvisor. If you want to stay in a private apartment check the current Airbnb promotion for new customers. If you're looking for a low budget accommodation I'd recommend to check out HostelBookers.com.

What do you think?