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Although experts warn Iceland's volcano may erupt for weeks, if not months, the great European flight blackout of 2010—the biggest disruption since 9/11—can't last forever. When the ash clears, faster than you can say Eyjafjallajokull, it'll be go time again! And airberlin wants to make sure you don't miss any of the gay festivities.
Now through October, fly roundtrip on airberlin from any of its US gateways (New York JFK, Miami, Fort Myers, Los Angeles, and San Francisco) and receive $100 off just for being you. Flights go direct to Düsseldorf with connections throughout Europe such as Helsinki, Barcelona, Milan, and Salzburg. Having racked in numerous “Best Low-Cost Carrier” awards with its modern fleet and sharply bedecked flight attendants, airberlin feels like a Teutonic version of JetBlue: retro-mod stylings with prices just as nice.
Trips from Miami to Berlin around Christopher Street Day Pride start at $432 one way (taxes included), before discount. San Francisco to Cologne for the VIII Gay Games might only set you back $412 each way. London Pride in July? Also only $432 one way. Or just want some mountain air in August? San Francisco to Zurich starts at $515. Flights must be booked by May 31.
To get your $100-off coupon code, register with airberlin here.
Looking for a party at your destination? InterPride maintains a comprehensive calendar of prides and LGBT celebrations throughout Europe.
For more trip-planning information, see our Europe Travel Guide.