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The Atlantic Islands of the Azores are just four hours from Boston, and with SATA Airline’s fall sale prices they are just $497 away. Travel at that price is valid between October 30 and December 9, 2014. The price includes all fee and taxes. Booking must be completed by April 30, 2014. Price is valid for Boston non-stop to Ponta Delgada, São Miguel Island.
To book a trip, call 800-762-9995 or visit for more details. Seats are capacity controlled and may not be available at the time of booking. Other cities may be added.
Flights depart and return several times a week and passengers can upgrade from coach to SATA Business Class for just a few hundred dollars each way.
São Miguel, with its crater lakes, geysers, and seaside villages is the main island in the Azores and where all flights from the U.S. land. With a mild Atlantic climate, Ponta Delgada is a great location to make day trips from to the rugged coastline. Venture to mountain crater lakes or visit the steaming thermal lakes and tea and pineapple plantations in the interior.
The National Geographic Center for Sustainable Destinations recently named the Azores Islands as the world’s second most appealing islands destination in its fourth annual Destination Scorecard survey. A panel of 522 experts reviewed conditions on 111 islands and archipelagos. The Azores received the title of “Authentic, unspoiled, and likely to remain so.”
SATA Airlines connects North America with the islands of the Azores. Year-round flights are available from Boston, with connecting service to Lisbon, Porto and Madeira. 

For information call 800-762-9995 or visit


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