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West Coast to Czech, best flight choices

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My brother and I will be taking our dad to see the Czech Republic this fall. Dad is in his mid-70s. We'd like to minimize the number of flight changes for him.

Dad and I live in Oregon; my brother lives in Colorado. We'd like to fly together. Not sure if it would be best to fly from Denver or if my brother should backtrack to Portland. We would appreciate your thoughts on that.

The main advice I've gotten from local friends regarding the best PDX routes is a Delta code-share with KLM, flying direct to Amsterdam. I believe there is also a Lufthansa flight to Germany. Are there better/cheaper options from Denver?

We also thought about flying into Prague and home from Vienna or does that get really expensive to do? Thanks for any advice.

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