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Airfares to Europe

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I am currently planning a 3-week trip to Europe from the last week of May to mid-June, and I have been checking discount websites (airlineconsolidator.com, cheapoair.com, etc.) for open-jaw flights (San Antonio to Rome and returning from Edinburgh, Scotland to San Antonio). Most of the time, I am coming up with $1,500 flights including taxes and fees, although a couple of times I ran across $1,100 or $1,200 fares. Given increasing gas costs and the time of year that we are flying, should I consider $1,100-$1,200 fares the cheapest that we can get? I need to know when to pull the trigger. Thanks!

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