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The regional airport sale to Paris is back, and this time  it’s arguable better. Last month, AA was offering low winter prices to the City of Lights; this time, multiple airlines have slightly higher prices, but availability in the spring. Seeing Paris as the flowers bloom and the city comes alive from winter slumber is a perfect spring trip, and now it’s cheap from local airports. Even if your local airport isn’t listed below, you may have round trip prices in the $600-$700 range from your city (often offered by Delta), which is still ~$400 cheaper than normal.

  • Cincinnati from $365 (American)
  • Minneapolis from $444 (AA)
  • Denver from $473 (IcelandAir)
  • Washington IAD from $488 (Icelandair)

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These are basic economy fares, including a carry-on with your personal item. Buy up starts at $120 round trip, meaning these fares are still a deal with seat selection and a checked bag. Prices are best for booking directly with the airline, as OTAs aren’t showing as many dates with deep discounts. But these prices are spotty and inconsistent, so there’s no guarantee they will stick around for long.

Sample Route

  • Departure: Cincinnati CVG
  • Stops: Charlotte
  • Arrival: Paris CDG

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How to Book

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

Travel Dates

  • Fall 2019 and spring 2020
  • 7 or 8 day stay required

Where to Stay in Paris

Things to Do in Paris

Good luck and happy flying!

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