MR parter w/ one-way awards to/from Europe w/o fuel surcharge

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  1. DAS02135
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    Is there an Amex transfer partner which offers one-way awards to/from US-Europe which does not charge fuel surcharges?
     
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    Close but maybe no cigar! Aeroplan charges 2/3 of the RT point price for 1-ways.
     
  5. Richard Kopf

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    Singapore doesn't charge United's YQ
     
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    Aeroplan will offer 1-ways at 1/2 the RT point price from 1 January 2014--but continue to charge YQ on some of their partners.
     
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    I believe Aeroplan doesn't charge YQ on LX, TK, UA, CA and SN, among those that could fly you to Europe... depending where you are located.

    However, OP wrote his/her question about 5 months ago, so I guess it's a little too late now. ;)
     
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    I do aer lingus from BOS via avios, then transit on BA. For some people that's a sweet spot. Unfortunately if you're not on the east coast you're probable better off with aeroplan as mentioned above... You could also use avios on air Berlin, or transfer them to Iberia... I'm not sure if either of those allow one ways however.
     

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