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Seattle to Munich, Germany or Brussels, Belgium or Copenhagen, Denmark - $451 CAD roundtrip including taxes | peak summer and Christmas flights

Munich, Germany

Similar to the deal yesterday to Switzerland, the Star Alliance has now dropped the price of their flights from Seattle to Munich, Germany down to $451 CAD roundtrip including taxes for travel in the peak summer season (August 2018).

There are also fares from Seattle to Brussels, Belgium and Copenhagen, Denmark for a similar price.

Some of the overseas legs are operated by Lufthansa. Some are operated by SWISS. Some are operated by Air Canada. Some are operated by United Airlines. Try to choose flights with the first 3 if you can.

Also similar to the Switzerland deal, there are some dates around Christmas and New Year's Eve (2017-2018) that are in the $400s CAD roundtrip.

NOTE: Some of these flights to Munich actually connect in Vancouver both ways. You still need to start in Seattle, but you are able to leave the airport in Vancouver on the way home, effectively making it a non-stop flight on the way home. *However* you should only do this if you are not checking luggage, because it will end up in Seattle.

Availability for travel

December 2017 (around Christmas and over New Year's Eve)

August 2018

How to find and book this deal

1. Try starting with a Google Flights search like this one...

Google Flights: Seattle to Munich, Germany

Google Flights: Seattle to Brussels, Belgium

Google Flights: Seattle to Copenhagen, Denmark

2. Click on the departure date box to open up the calendar view and look for the cheaper date combinations. Look for the dates that are in the $500s roundtrip.

From Google Flights you can click through to the airline's website to book these.

NOTE: The cheaper dates around Christmas and New Year's Eve aren't showing up on Google Flights. See below.

4. Or, if you want to book them for quite a bit less ...

Go to Momondo

Search for a flight from Seattle to...

Munich, Germany (MUC)
Brussels, Belgium (BRU)
Copenhagen, Denmark (CPH)

Use the same dates you found on Google Flights.

For the Christmas and New Year's Eve dates, try...

Dec 25, 28, 29 to Jan 9, 10, 11 -- $468 CAD roundtrip

From the Momondo search results, the booking site that is usually showing these for a low price is the low quality booking site TravelMerry.

TIP #1: Look for the flights where the overseas legs are operated by Lufthansa or Swiss or Air Canada (better than United Airlines). Usually you can get a flight with one of these high quality airlines in at least one direction.

TIP #2: Once your Momondo search completes, try sliding the Max Flight Duration slider on the left down to around 33, to filter out really long flights.

IMPORTANT: Many of the booking sites showing these fares are in $USD (including TravelMerry) - so watch out for that.

screenshot from Momondo

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2 Responses to "Seattle to Munich, Germany or Brussels, Belgium or Copenhagen, Denmark - $451 CAD roundtrip including taxes | peak summer and Christmas flights"

    Has Peter been here?
       Peter on October 11th, 2017

    Thoughts about Sky Tours as a booking site? Momodo redirected me to that for a Seattle/Brussels flight. Never used it before, just wondering if there are any bad experiences/reviews of it. Incredible deals you found - thanks, Chris!

    Has Chris_Myden been here?
       Chris_Myden on October 11th, 2017

    Hi Peter,

    Unfortunately it looks like the Star Alliance may have put their prices to Europe back up.

    But if you are still able to find something on Sky Tours, I do have some info about them in the article on this site 'Airfare Booking Sites: The Power Rankings' - which can be found near the top right of this page.

    Here's an excerpt from that article about Sky Tours:

    "Sky-tours is owned by a UK based company, and ultimately they are a part of the TUI Group, a large UK travel conglomerate. In one form or another, they've been around for a number of decades.

    I can't say I've seen too many Canadians ever mention Sky-tours. They do seem to at least reply to their TrustPilot reviews, which is more than I can say for most travel booking sites."

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