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TravelDeal alert: Fly to Germany from the US for $259 round-trip

Deal alert: Fly to Germany from the US for $259 round-trip


We have more price drops on European fares to tell you about — flights to Berlin from a handful of U.S. cities are on sale at big discounts for travel this fall.

This sale includes departure cities such as Atlanta; Washington, D.C.; Miami; and New York City. Most of the Scandinavian Airlines options involve layovers, but the Miami and New York City routes (with the budget carrier Norse Atlantic Airways) are nonstop.

The travel window is from August through February 2025. Prices fluctuated wildly during our search, but the bargains are there to be found. This sale is for economy tickets.

Scandinavian Airlines fares include a free carry-on. Norse Atlantic and Play Airlines allow one personal item for economy travel. A carry-on bag costs $45-$66 each way and checked baggage costs anywhere from $75 to $110 each way.

The streets of Berlin, with Alexanderplatz in the background. LECHATNOIR/GETTY IMAGES

Deal basics

Airlines: Norse Atlantic Airways, Play Airlines, Scandinavian Airlines

Routes: From Atlanta, Los Angeles, Miami, New York City and Washington, D.C., to Berlin.

How to book: Browse Google Flights, then book directly with the airline.

Travel dates: Availability from August 2024 through February 2025; some routes include Thanksgiving.

Sample flights

Norse Atlantic has nonstop flights from New York’s John F. Kennedy International Airport (JFK) to Berlin Brandenburg Airport (BER) in early October for just $259 round-trip. That’s about half of what this route typically sells for. Don’t wait long to book this.

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GOOGLE FLIGHTS

The same route is available in September for $282 nonstop. We also saw this route at this price for December travel.

GOOGLE FLIGHTS

You can also fly nonstop from Miami International Airport (MIA) to Berlin in the fall for less than $300 round-trip on Norse Atlantic. You’ll notice this itinerary includes Thanksgiving. That means you can peruse Berlin’s famous Christmas markets, which usually begin the last week in November.

GOOGLE FLIGHTS

Flights from Miami to Berlin in early 2025 are slightly more expensive, but $309 for a nonstop ticket is still a really good price for this route.

GOOGLE FLIGHTS

There are some solid sale fares out of Atlanta to Germany, as well. SAS has round-trip fares from Hartsfield-Jackson Atlanta International Airport (ATL) to Berlin in early December for $487. That includes layovers in Copenhagen, with a 20-hour stop in the Danish capital on the return flight.

GOOGLE FLIGHTS

Unlike Norse Atlantic fares, SAS fares come with a free carry-on bag. According to Google Flights, this route usually costs more than a thousand dollars.

GOOGLE FLIGHTS

You can book fares on Play Airlines out of Dulles International Airport (IAD) near Washington, D.C., to Berlin in early 2025 for $365 round-trip. This route has layovers each way in Iceland, and you’ll have to pay extra for a carry-on bag.

GOOGLE FLIGHTS

If you can travel in early September, you can book round-trip fares on Norse Atlantic from Los Angeles International Airport (LAX) to Berlin for only $432. That’s a huge discount from typical prices for this route.

GOOGLE FLIGHTS

Maximize your purchase

Be sure to use a credit card that earns bonus points on airfare purchases, such as:

Bottom line

Berlin is an exciting and fast-paced city. If you need a break from the crowded museums and frenetic nightclub scene, consider daytrips to nearby cities. Check out TPG’s guide for other destinations close to Berlin to round out your travels.

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