[Pycon2005-attendees] EuroPython 2005

Andi Vajda andi at osafoundation.org
Tue Mar 29 00:19:13 CEST 2005

Try flying into London or Frankfurt (usually the cheapest hubs in Europe)
and then switching over to a low cost carrier like EasyJet or Ryanair.


On Mon, 28 Mar 2005, Patrick K. O'Brien wrote:

> Stephan Deibel wrote:
>> On Sun, 27 Mar 2005, Patrick K. O'Brien wrote:
>>> Is anyone from the US planning to attend?  I looked at flights and it
>>> looked to be a fairly expensive ($1500) and long (14 hours) trip.  So I
>>> was wondering in anyone from the states had travel advice.  If I went
>>> I'd be traveling from St. Louis, MO.
>> I would like to go but don't yet know if I can.  I'd look to the low
>> housing costs to offset the travel. Unfortunately mid-summer europe
>> flights are never going to be cheap. I'm seeing prices from Boston to
>> Stockholm around $981 Sat->Sat.  Same time range from St. Louis for
>> $1052.  Try
>> eztrip.com (written with Python, BTW ;-).
> Cool site.  Thanks for the tip.  I'm curious to know how you are
> searching, though.  When I search from STL to GOT leaving June 25 and
> returning July 2, the cheapest I get is US$1,330.95.  I see now that you
> said you searched to arrive in Stockholm.  Is that the best destination?
> -- 
> Patrick K. O'Brien
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