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Cheapest US City to fly to Europe from?

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Hello everyone,

I'm sorry to be asking a bunch of questions lately, but I've tried to search as much as I can before asking...

I live in Atlanta, the Delta hub (which has an int'l airport) but am finding it be cheaper to fly out of Newark (I can catch Airtran and still save $100-$200). I have looked at JFK and IAD, but they are as expensive as ATL. Any other cities that I should be looking into, or is this the cheapest city I can fly out of? (airport wise - I will still be frequently checking for deals).

Note: I am looking for flights to major European cities, i.e. London, Paris, Milan, Vienna, etc.

Thanks,
Holly

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