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Spring Break. Florida Keys. What more do you need? American has discounted prices available from several larger airports for March travel to Key West. Fares are generally $100 – $200 cheaper then normal – a good deal to a popular destination for students and families. This is for basic economy including carry-on. Most departures are mid-week with a few weekend options, with 4-day stays possible in some cases. Make sure you plan to match your vacation time accordingly.

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Select options include:

  • Detroit from $313
  • Chicago from $333 (JetBlue  offers $297, but with 5 hour layover in FLL)
  • Seattle from $377
  • Phoenix from $397
  • Los Angeles from $403
  • New York from $347


Sample Route

  • Departure: SEA
  • Stops: CLT
  • Arrival: EYW

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How to Book

  • Follow link for sample dates or search Google Flights optional for departure and destination

Travel Dates

  • Select dates March 2019
  • 4, 7, or 9 day stay required

Where to Stay in Key West

Things to Do in Key West

Good luck and happy flying!

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