A New Trick for Cheap Flights to Europe Carriers like Germany’s Condor Airlines are launching discount international flights at smaller U.S. airports In his most recent column in The Wall Street Journal, travel columnist Scott McCartney describes how to save big on long-haul travel: take a "non-big" airline such as Condor (a unit of Thomas Cook Travel) out of a smaller airport, such as TF Green in Providence, RI to travel to Frankfurt, Germany. The rates? How does $700 r/t for coach and $1400 r/t for business class sound? Too good to be true? Read the WSJ article here: http://www.wsj.com/articles/a-new-trick-for-cheap-flights-to-europe-1438790462?tesla=y If you don't subscribe to the WSJ, simply put the headline of this article (above) into a search engine, and you should be able to read the article with one-time access.