Today’s Airfare of the Day goes to British Airways and their premium economy class round trip fares between Amsterdam and Miami.
- Fare: British Airways (BA) TLX5C6M4 AMS to MIA.
- Booking class: T (premium economy class)
- Price: from 789 € (from 472 € Base Fare + Taxes & Surcharges).
- Day/Time restrictions: from Netherlands – permitted TUE/WED/SUN on each transatlantic sector. To Netherlands – permitted MON/TUE/WED/SUN on each transatlantic sector.
- Seasonal restrictions: from Netherlands – permitted 31DEC through 20APR or 29OCT through 13DEC for each transatlantic sector. To Netherlands – permitted 09JAN through 20APR or 30OCT through 31DEC for each transatlantic sector.
- Flight restrictions: transatlantic sectors must be on any BA flight.
- Advanced reservation/Ticketing restrictions: reservations for all sectors are required at least 45 days before departure.
- Minimum stay requirements: travel from inbound transatlantic sector must commence no earlier than 6 days after departure of the outbound transatlantic sector.
- Maximum stay requirements: travel from last stopover must commence no later than midnight 12 months after departure from fare origin.
- Stopovers: originating Europe – 1 stopover permitted in each direction in LON/MAD/HEL at EUR 75.00 each, and 1 stopover permitted in each direction in the United States/Canada/Mexico at EUR 300.00 each.
- Transfers: 2 transfers permitted in each direction free.
- Blackout dates: do not apply.
- Travel restrictions: valid for travel commencing on/before 20DEC 18.
- Sales restrictions: tickets must be issued on BA or IB.
- Cancellations: ticket is non-refundable.
- Changes: charge EUR 180.00 for reissue/revalidation.
Examples of possible routings:
I was able to find availability from October to December 2018 using Matrix, although listed for 808 €.
This fare can be booked on British Airways for 789 €.
Fare construction (can be useful to travel agents):
The following accruals were estimated using wheretocredit calculator for AMS-LHR-MIA round trip travel on BA marketed and operated flights without considering any elite status bonuses or ongoing promotions.