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Deals of the Week: Who wouldn't grab a deal from €6?

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Hooray! Another week has passed and we collected the best information about the best airfare deals for you! Let's have a peek at these deals of the week and decide where to fly to this time.

Ryanair's deli­catessen from €6

Whether or not you are a fan of low cost airlines, this carrier couldn't have gone unnoticed for you. It offers extra cheap flights all across Europe. Prices start at only €6, one-way, inclusive of taxes. The booking period starts today and goes on till Thursday evening. But hurry up! As you may know the best airfare deals are usually gone within the first day. The travel period spans from December 7, 2010 to February 28, 2011. 14-day advance purchase is required.

Air Berlin: Up to 30 % off flights

Another excellent air specials were launched by German carrier Air Berlin. Up to 30 % off its flights is a pleasant opportunity to grab your getaway. The offer is valid by this Thursday – November 25, 2010! It refers to traveling commenced in December 2010.

Tip: Grab a free printable Berlin tourist map showing all the main sights and attractions. Designed by Tripomatic to fit on a single page. Print it out for your next trip to Berlin.

Los Angeles – Aussie from $569

Virgin Australia offers exquisite cheap flights to Aussie from only $569 when departing from Los Angeles. You may travel from now on up to December 6, 2010, just do not forget to book your ticket by November 30, 2010 Fare is shown one-way. Government-imposed taxes and fees will range from USD 100 to USD 250 depending on routing and include the September 11th Security Fee.

And now something amusing at the end…

Have you ever watched video instructions of any sort? Well, you may have a look at myAirDeals.com and their help for viewers with subscription… Wouldn't you be embarrassed to make something like that yourself? We bet you would!

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