|Quoting ERJ170 (Reply 4):|
BTW.. which UNC are you going to?
|Quoting Ejmmsu (Reply 8):|
I think you will be happy at any of the schools (ehh.. maybe not so much Eastern )
|Quoting ERJ170 (Reply 9):|
CPH-RDU is between $660-770 USD.. so you can't beat that!
|Quoting SonOfACaptain (Reply 11):|
Well, you are flying into North Carolina, so a logical choice would be US Airways. They currently have LGW flight with an A330, which have PTV's in it. They are usually one of the cheapest across the pond too.
|Quoting JMJAirways (Reply 10):|
Sounds good, but there is only CPH-LHR no CPH-LGW how to solve this in that case ?
|Quoting Ejmmsu (Reply 13):|
I wouldn't say Greenville, NC (ECU) is a bad place. You'll find a lot of southern culture there, and are reasonably close to the coast.
|Quoting JMJAirways (Thread starter):|
I am going to study abroad for one semester at UNC beginning in August 2006 until mid December 2006, so I am looking for different possibilities that I have regarding flights.
|Quoting RDUDDJI (Reply 19):|
Jesse Helms once said, "Why do we need a Zoo in NC, just build a fence around Chapel Hill!" I am of the same opinion.
|Quoting ERJ170 (Reply 21):|
Ohh.. first mistake.. never quote Jesse Helms. Blah..
second mistake.. don't hate Chapel Hill because it constitutes hgher education values.. I almost hate to think what school your loyalty lies but whether it is 15 miles away or 20.. neither of them are worth their merit in anything..
third mistake.. never quote Jesse Helms..
|Quoting JMJAirways (Reply 16):|
When I for sure know which University i am going to i than can consider buying a ticket, for now it is to early as I still don't know the exact airport!
|Quoting Cltguy (Reply 24):|
JMJ, what is your field of study? What you are trying to get a degree in really makes a difference in which UNC Campus I would recommend to you.
|Quoting JMJAirways (Reply 7):
UNC- Chapel Hill
Eastern Carolina University
Western Carolina University
|Quoting Cltguy (Reply 26):|
Well in that case both the business schools at UNC-Chapel Hill and UNC-Charlotte are both excellent.
|Quoting Amhilde (Reply 28):|
Are you currently at Lund or another school in the Skane region?
As for getting to LGW- take Sterlingblue out of CPH- they have pretty good flight times and decent prices, especially if you have to train to CPH first.
|Quoting Icelandair (Reply 31):|
Connection trough ATL ist hell IMHO.
US does have the best seat pitch on transatlantic. AA is also quite comfortable.
US offers PTV on its A330, so does AA on the 777.
|Quoting Cltguy (Reply 35):|
however it does have onboard highspeed wireless internet...so you can post your trip report real time on airliners.net
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