One evening I accidentally left my (black colored) credit card in one of those black receipt folders that restaurants use to hand you your bill. This was in Cuzco, Peru. I figured it was gone for good, but went back to the restaurant the next morning when it opened on the off chance that they had the card.
“No señor, we have not seen it” was the answer, but they let me look through all the receipt folders…and there it was, inside one right where I had left it!
If you lose your card, and you aren’t so lucky as I was, the SoloTraveler blog post will guide you through the process.
The routing for this very low fare goes through Newark. From Hamburg you can take other ultra-low-cost European airlines (e.g., AirBerlin) to other destinations, including those with more temperate winter climates.
Cathay Pacific is a very highly rated airline, and this is a non-stop route. Be sure to sign up for their frequent-flyer program, since a Cathay Pacific credit card will be issued next year and it’s likely to have a signup bonus.
It’s a first, a major airline selling tickets on Airbnb. Lufthansa is selling premium economy tickets from Frankfurt to New York (not the other way) for just 699EUR. This appears to be a round-trip price.