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Austrian Airlines launches Prague Valentine 2009 Promotion

Travel News Asia Latest Travel News Podcasts Friday, 5 September 2008

Austrian Airlines Vacation Center, a division of IMTC, Inc., has launched a get-away package to Europe that is valid during the entire month of February 2009.

The Prague Valentine 2009 package, starting at US$1,099 per person, double occupancy, includes roundtrip economy class air between either New York (JFK) or Washington (IAD) and Prague (Czech Republic), plus three nights hotel accommodation in a double room in the Superior Tourist Class Hotel St. George in Prague.

Extras include private transfers between the airport and hotel, a romantic dinner at U Tri Stoleti Restaurant, a river cruise on the Vltava River and a ticket to Pragues renowned Black Light Theater. Also included is daily breakfast buffet, hotel service charges and hotel taxes.

The Prague Valentine 2009 vacation package is available for travel between February 1 - 28, 2009 only.

For travellers who want to double their pleasure and visit two European cities during the same period in February 2008, check out any one of the companys Combo City Steal packages, combining three nights in Vienna with three nights in other European destinations such as Berlin, Budapest, Krakow, Venice, Bucharest and more.

All packages are available from either New York (JFK) or Washington, DC (IAD) and must be paid in full within 7 days after reservations are confirmed, and no later than 14 days prior to departure. Once confirmed, the packages are non-refundable, non-transferable, and cannot be changed. The maximum stay in Europe is 30 days. Fuel surcharges are included, but package prices do not include US Customs / INS / Aphis fees / International Transportation Tax / Passenger Facility Charges / Civil Aviation Security Fee / domestic and foreign Security and Airport Charges of up to approximately US$165 per passenger, depending on the itinerary. Additional taxes and fees may be collected by foreign governments. All taxes / fees / surcharges are subject to change and exchange rate fluctuations and may vary on the day of booking.

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