If Belgium Is 30% Off, This Must Be 1991Wendy Zellner
For at least two years, Michael S. Conner of Arlington, Tex., has dreamed of visiting relatives in Germany. But he flinched at the thought of paying up to $800 in airfare. Recently, when the cost of a round-trip ticket from Dallas to Frankfurt fell to $318, Conner, an assignment editor at a local TV station, jumped at the offer. On Apr. 27, he's leaving on his first trip to Europe.
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