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Amazing deal: USA to Africa and return to Europe flight roundtrip as low as $376.

DEPART:
New York, Boston, Dallas, Chicago, Houston

ARRIVE:
Johannesburg

RETURN:
Europe

AVAILABILITY: 
Departures: April – May, November 2016 – January 2017
Returns: April-May, November 2016 – January 2017

Use multi city search in Priceline or Momondo. No dates, as you can play with dates in Google Flights, and there are so many routes and combinations.

The prices differ, but no more than $550 total. Which is great, considering that flights are operated by Qatar airlines.

Consider Norwegian and WOW airlines to return from Europe.

Examples:

Houston – Johannesburg – Amsterdam for $465

Houston – Johannesburg – Madrid for $485

Chicago – Johannesburg – Paris for $508

Chicago – Johannesburg – Berlin for $445

Boston – Johannesburg-Rome for $414

Boston – Johannesburg – Venice for $414

New York – Johannesburg – Milan for $461

New York – Johannesburg – London for $490

Dallas – Johannesburg – Barcelona for $437

Dallas – Johannesburg – Amsterdam for $415

And many more destinations and combinations, use Momondo for simplicity to play with dates and routes.

AIRLINE:
Qatar

Get The Deal on Priceline  Get The Deal on Momondo

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