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No base to compare for air $...anyone fly Philly to Italy in summer?

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Have flown from Philly to Italy several times, however never in the summer. Prices for non-stop with USAir, Philly - Rome and non-stop home from Venice-Philly in June is currently $1600. I'm paying for 7 tickets so I would certainly like to pay less than $1600 but I have no idea what tickets normally cost in the summer. Prior trip was around $1000.

Just looking for input.

Thanks.

And if you ask...yes, I'm definitely going non-stop with USAir - I always opt for non-stop if I can, and more importantly, 2 members of our party already have a connection to meet us in Philly.

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