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Best City Pairs: ??US - Ushuaia and New Zealand - ??US

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Is there a website that will help me figure out best city pairs for a couple of open jaw tickets? Both for pricing and for routing.

We have a 2015 Ross Sea Voyage booked from Ushuaia, Argentina to Invercargill, New Zealand. I realize it's too early to buy the tickets, but I would like to research best city pairs for the two open jaw tickets we will need to buy.

We are flexible in terms of where we fly in and out of here in the US; not concerned about the flights within the US to get home. We can fly out of and return to different cities. I'm just having a hard time determining what those departure and arrival points should be.

(I do have Delta miles that I can use, but the chances are I will have to buy the tickets.)

Thanks in advance for any suggestions.

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