It appears that this Fuel Dump also works on one-way flights to London, UK and Amsterdam, Netherlands.
An incredible turn of events…
The airline has slashed its base fares for Western Canada to Europe to only C$1 each way.
This means the total fuel dumped price is now an amazing C$273 roundtrip!!
Welcome to Secret Flying’s #FuelDump
Fridays Monday (explanation below).
Every other Friday we’ll provide hints to the best working fuel dumps.
You can then try and find the strike using the Secret Flying Fuel Dumping Tool.
If you would rather not spend time using the FD Tool, you can now pay for FAST TRACK to gain access to an eBook that reveals the strike details (see bottom of this article).
If you do not know what Fuel Dumping is, please read Fuel Dumping: the basics
This article is strictly for educational purposes only. Should you choose to book a fuel dumped ticket, Secret Flying bears no responsibility whatsoever.
This week’s Fuel Dump is from many different airports in Western Canada to Amsterdam, Netherlands.
By using a 3x strike, you can remove almost all of the ticket’s fuel surcharge:
In our image, you can see that by adding a 3x strike, the roundtrip price of the flight from Abbotsford, Canada to Amsterdam, Netherlands drops by more than half.
The fuel surcharge component on the ticked is dumped.
Notice we have blacked out the main flight’s airline logo from the ticket image.
The reason we have done this is to prevent the airline from easily noticing it is their flight that’s being dumped. This will allow this fuel dump to remain working for longer.
If you would like to know which carrier the main flight is with, it’s very easy to work out which airline flies between Calgary and Amsterdam and connects to many Canadian cities.
The beauty of a 3x strike is that it takes place AFTER the main dumped flight and so does not have to be flown.
This dump works on flights departing many airports in Western Canada (which all have a layover in Calgary), including, but not limited to:
Before using the Secret Flying Fuel Dumping Tool to find the 3x strike, we recommend you first find the DUMPABLE candidate flight.
Without knowing the candidate fare, it will be harder for you to find the dump on the tool – see here.
Some of the airports listed above are only a 15-minute drive from the United States so this Fuel Dump is not just for Canadian residents.
For example, Abbotsford International Airport (YXX) is only 7 miles from the Sumas-Huntingdon Border Crossing with the US. Prices in US Dollars start at around $260.
It is also possible to dump open-jaw flights. For example, you can fly from Canada to London, UK and return from Amsterdam back to Canada (see image below):
The reason we have not waited until Friday to post this Fuel Dump is because the fare rules is showing that these specific dumpable fares (with the low base fare) must be booked no later than Friday 6th January 2023.
This does not mean that these low base fare flights will forever be gone after Friday. In fact, it’s normal for airlines to extend fares or even bring them immediately back again.
We just didn’t want to risk having our lovely members miss out.
Even if the low base fare flight is pulled on 6th January, the 3x strike causing the fuel dump will continue to work when the airline republishes the fare in future (unless they fix the glitch of course).
FAST-TRACK – **SOLD OUT**
Don’t want to waste time using the FD Tool to find the Fuel Dump? No problem.
You can have all the details of this 3x Fuel Dump revealed to you for only $39.45
That includes the 3x strike, working example dates (subject to seat availability), and some of the different routes this Fuel Dump works on.
This Fuel Dump is one of the most sought after tricks in the industry as it dumps the popular route of North America to Europe with a 3x strike.
This dump shaves hundreds of dollars off the ticket per passenger so $39.45 is very well worth the price.