Fare rules to Europe: round-trip fares including taxes and carrier surcharge and applicable fees. Fares require an advance purchase of 7 days. Your stay must be a minimum of 7 days and include a Sunday with a maximum stay of 1 month permitted. Fares are valid for travel as follows: Atlanta-Moscow as of November 18, 2015; New York-Budapest as of December 4, 2015; Chicago-Dublin as of November 18, 2015; Washington-Dublin as of November 18, 2015; New York-Vienna as of November 29, 2015; Atlanta-Istanbul as of November 18, 2015; Los Angeles-Amsterdam as of December 2, 2015. Fares are nonrefundable, except for flights to/from the U.S., you may cancel the ticketed reservation without penalty and receive a refund provided that you cancel the reservation within 24-hours after making it. Changes are allowed for a $300 fee plus fare adjustment fees. Fares are subject to class of service availability and may be changed or withdrawn without notice and are based on the most direct routing to each destination. Additional baggage fees may apply. Additional transfers will increase the fare. Non-stop flights to Europe can be operated by Air France, KLM, Delta Air Lines, or Alitalia. Segments within Europe can be operated by Air France, KLM, Alitalia, Cityjet, Transavia, Tarom, Alitalia, Air Serbia, Estonian air, Air Baltic, Flybe, Aeroflot, Acces Rail, Belavia, Ukraine Int. airlines, Georgian Airways, Czech Airlines, Air Lingus, Air Europe.