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February 21, 2013 at 6:00 AM

Vote now: What’s the best way to fly from Seattle to Europe?

British Airways might be best or it might be worst, depending on who’s answering. Some like Delta, some run the other way at its name. We got a mix of opinions in our Monday Survey on the best airline to fly from Seattle to Europe.

British Airways planes crowd a runway in London. (photo by Kirsty Wigglesworth / The Associated Press)

Readers decided to boil it down to the best direct flight, which simplifies the question for our follow-up poll.

We’re including Icelandair, though it requires a plane change in Reykjavik on the way to mainland Europe, because Iceland is considered Europe. To fill out the list, we’re adding an airline not mentioned in reader comments: Condor, which flies direct from Sea-Tac to Frankfurt.

Now, pull off your shoes, deposit your laptop in the plastic bin, step into the body scanner and cast your vote. Want to add comments, too? Be our guest.

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