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[Expired] [Deal Alert] New York to Paris Nonstop From $379 Round-Trip on American

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Thanks to American Airlines, you can take a final summer trip or even do some Christmas shopping along the Champs Elysées in Paris with flights starting at just $379 round-trip!

We haven’t seen nonstop fares to Europe with full-service carriers at these prices in quite some time, making this deal especially exciting.

The only drawback is that these prices are only available from New York (JFK), despite American offering nonstop flights to Paris from several cities across the U.S.

Here’s everything you need to know!

Fare Deal — Details

Paris is never a bad idea, and thanks to these low fares from American, a visit is well within reach.

  • Class: Economy
  • Routes: New York (JFK) to Paris (CDG)
  • Dates: September 2023 through February 2024
  • Rates: As low as $379 round-trip

Note that these are Basic Economy tickets, which means you won’t be able to check a bag for free. However, you are entitled to a complimentary carry-on bag.

You’ll find these bargain fares starting as soon as about a month from now — here are some examples of what you can book:

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Perhaps you’d like to visit Paris in December when the city is alive with holiday spirit.

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Fares are even available into early next year, making it easy to put some 2024 travel on the calendar to look forward to.

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Best Ways To Book

When paying cash for a flight, it’s always a good idea, when possible, to use a travel credit card that will reward you for booking flights.

If you have a co-branded American Airlines credit card, you could really maximize your earnings when purchasing a ticket.

For example, paying with the Citi®/AAdvantage® Executive World Elite Mastercard® would earn you 4x points per dollar spent on eligible American Airlines purchases — and you’d be eligible to access the Admirals Club before your flight.

Hot Tip:

Booking through an online travel agency (OTA) such as Kayak or Expedia can potentially save you a few dollars, which can seem appealing at the time of booking. However, it’s worth remembering that if you need to make changes or cancellations, the headache that can often come with dealing with an OTA can make the money you saved seem insignificant.

Final Thoughts

It’s been a while since we’ve seen fares this low to Europe on full-service carriers, so you shouldn’t hesitate to jump on this opportunity. And with many travel dates available, it’s even more of a no-brainer. The only thing left to say is bon voyage!

About Daniel Ross

Daniel has loved aviation and travel his entire life. He earned a Master of Science in Air Transport Management and has written about travel and aviation in publications like Simple Flying, The Points Guy, and more.


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