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Summer 2011 open-jaw flight Slovenia/Croatia - too soon to book?

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I asked this in the Air Travel forum but am also posting here just in case...

I'm pretty sure it's too early to start thinking about buying -- but if I don't have flexibility with location or dates would that make a difference? Some of the flights that come up on a search today list only 4 seats remaining at that price.

So I'm wondering if specific needs and destinations where there aren't tons of flights every day makes a difference on how long to wait to buy.

The flight I'd most like (least stops, and airlines) is Lufthansa and is $1610 pp today (coach). There are a few lower - around $1300 but involve several flights in each direction and really bad layovers.

Thanks in advance for any opinions.

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