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[Delta.com] Buffalo to Moscow $579 RT Delta

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There are currently flights from Buffalo to Moscow for $579 roundtrip after taxes. About half the usual bottom price.
http://t.co/GckkHLlw


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Could be a great price for a very unusual reading break trip.

Have two-three weeks to spare?
Take the transsiberian to Vladivostok from Moscow and fly back to Moscow with this great deal on flyertalk:

http://www.flyertalk.com/forum/mileage- ... e-way.html


Russian visas are at least $75 for a single entry. Some people do a mileage run to SVO without a visa so you may be able to buy another flight on Estonian, SAS or Finnair for cheap and just use SVO to transit.
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Can you do a visa-free transit at SVO? I've heard if it being done at DME, but haven't any reports about SVO... otherwise, there is a little bit more to the visa process than handing over $75...
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dates in March are around 5 hun also
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be very careful with visa requirements
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Russia in the middle of winter. HELL NO!!!

You'd have to pay me. :lol:
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famosa wrote: Russia in the middle of winter. HELL NO!!!

You'd have to pay me. :lol:
You can tour outdoor St. Petersburg and Moscow from the comfort of your bathroom via Google Street View. You'd be going for indoor Russia. The "invitation" requirement certainly adds to the visa difficulty, but then again booking a tour might not be such a bad idea in that Cyrillic script nation.

According to google.ca/flights, the $559 deal also applies to Portland (ME) and Burlington (VT). A New York overnight is required on the date I checked for Burlington.
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YYZC2 wrote: Can you do a visa-free transit at SVO? I've heard if it being done at DME, but haven't any reports about SVO... otherwise, there is a little bit more to the visa process than handing over $75...
From iFly.com
. Non-citizens of Russia with an airline ticket & confirmed seating for the connecting flight are allowed to stay at the Airport up to 24 hrs without a valid Russian visa.
. International transfer passengers whose connecting flight is schedule more than 24 hrs after arrival, can get a Russian transit visa, upon presentation of valid IDs & connecting flight ticket, from the consular officer at Sheremetyevo Airport 6am-1am (tel. +7 495 971 2082).
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Don't know what the appeal of going to Russia would be, unless you have relatives living there? :)
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gordholio wrote: Don't know what the appeal of going to Russia would be, unless you have relatives living there? :)


With a closed mind like that, you'll probably never know ...
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gordholio wrote: Don't know what the appeal of going to Russia would be, unless you have relatives living there? :)
You might get to see some pro hockey there...looking at your avatar
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gordholio wrote: Don't know what the appeal of going to Russia would be, unless you have relatives living there? :)
Don't you watch the Amazing Race? You can learn syncronised swimming and, um, ride around in a taxi.

I want to go because of the Moscow metro.
By the way, according to google.ca/flights, the deal is still active.
From Moscow, you can also ride the Trans-Siberian all the way to North Korea.
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MonctonMan wrote: Don't you watch the Amazing Race? You can learn syncronised swimming and, um, ride around in a taxi.

I want to go because of the Moscow metro.
By the way, according to google.ca/flights, the deal is still active.

Yea mscow metro is a thing of beauty. Definately worth a trip for some beautifyul sites.
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Here is the English version of the Trans Siberian site. Watching it in 1080p is a great way to annoy your online gaming room-mates.
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This is hot deal, can't believe I did not see this earlier. Cold ncix and stooples sales clutter hot deals section
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gordholio wrote: Don't know what the appeal of going to Russia would be, unless you have relatives living there? :)
To watch some NHL in action, he-he ;)

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