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Won’t Last! New York, Fort Lauderdale, and Los Angeles to Paris From ~$401 Round-Trip!

Won’t Last!  New York, Fort Lauderdale, and Los Angeles to Paris From ~$401 Round-Trip!

Million Mile SecretsWon’t Last!  New York, Fort Lauderdale, and Los Angeles to Paris From ~$401 Round-Trip!Million Mile Secrets Team

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Via The Flight Deal, you can fly non-stop to Paris from New York (JFK), Fort Lauderdale, and Los Angeles this winter starting at ~$401 round-trip!

Won't Last New York Fort Lauderdale And Los Angeles To Paris From 401 Round Trip
Score a Cheap Flight to Paris and Enjoy Parisian Cheese and Ice Cream Like Emily Did!

I’d suggest booking your flight soon.  Because I don’t know how long this deal will last!

How to Book

Link:   Norwegian Air

This August, Norwegian Air is launching non-stop service to Paris from New York (JFK), Fort Lauderdale, and Los Angeles.

You can book tickets now, and fares from November 2016 through March 2017 are really cheap!

I found a round-trip ticket from New York (JFK) to Paris departing November 10, 2016, and returning November 17, 2016, for only ~$451!

And a flight departing January 20, 2017, from Fort Lauderdale and returning January 27, 2017, from Paris for ~$427.

When you search for Norwegian Air flights and select “Show Low Fare Calendar,” you can easily see which departure and return dates offer the lowest prices!

Just remember, Norwegian Air charges extra for large carry-on bags and checked bags.  But if you pre-pay the fees, you’ll save money.  If you travel light, these tickets are still a great deal!

Save Up to 20% More on Flights With Norwegian Airlines

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What a great deal! Thanks for the tips, they will come in handy!

1 flight a week FLL to CDG ???

Really ???

So if it gets cancelled we have to wait a week later

They can do better than that