Miles&More has released its mileage bargains for its relatively new airline, Eurowings Discover. While the fuel surcharge is quite high, as usual, these are some really great deals!
Among other things, you can fly in lie-flat seats from Frankfurt to Las Vegas and back for only 28,000 miles and around €600 in taxes and fees.
At Miles & More, the travel dates of a mileage bargain can be modified for a rebooking fee of €25. As before, only any difference in taxes and fees will be charged, but no fare difference. Further information is available here at Miles & More.
You can fly to the following cities from Frankfurt:
- Fort Myers, USA: 28,000 miles + €569
- Tampa, USA: 28,000 miles + €570
- Halifax, Canada: 28,000 miles + €571
- Las Vegas, USA: 28,000 miles + €609
- Salt Lake City, USA: 28,000 miles + €609
- Anchorage, USA: 28,000 miles + €609
- Malé, Maldives: 28,000 miles + €629
- Panama City, Panama: 32,000 miles + €604
- Cancún, Mexico: 32,000 miles + €611
You can also fly from Munich to:
You can also fly in premium economy for 20,000 miles + roughly €400.
All routes are flown with an Airbus A330. The flight time to most destinations is around 10 hours.
Search & Book
The flights can only be booked directly on Miles&More.com. In theory, the deals are valid until December 31, 2021. Usually, the first dates are sold out quickly and availabilities are only added at a very slow rate.
According to Miles&More’s website, the offer applies to flights from now until December 31, 2022. To search for availability, we recommend the Book a flight page with Miles & More. If you have selected the desired route and cabin class there, all available dates will be displayed in the calendar:
As soon as you have clicked through a month, you can adjust the travel duration in the top left. Often other availabilities then appear:
You can then book the flights. You will need your Miles&More login data and a credit card to pay the taxes and fees.
Eurowings Discover’s Business Class
Eurowings uses two different business class configurations. Some jets come with the same business class that is already known from Lufthansa and Eurowings. This is aligned in a 2-2-2 formation.
Some of the Airbus A330-300s, however, were previously used by Edelweiss. The Edelweiss business class cabin was also simply taken over there. The arrangement there varies between 1-2-1 and 2-2-1, depending on the row.
Two pieces of luggage, each up to 32 kg heavy, as well as two pieces of hand luggage are included in this fare.
Cover Picture: Ditmar Lange