Deal alert: Fly from New York to Paris for $139

Jul 8, 2021

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Who doesn’t love Paris in the summer, or the fall, or really anytime? New Yorkers, rejoice because you can now skip from Newark (EWR) to Paris (ORY) for as low as $139 one-way thanks to low-cost airline French Bee. The basic fares are for economy travel and most flights are on Fridays through Mondays from Oct. 17, 2021, through March 16, 2022, although one-way fares as low as $149 can be found in September and $159 in December.

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EWR to ORY for $139 each way. (Screenshot courtesy of French Bee)

Airline: French Bee
Routes: EWR-ORY
Cost: From $139 one-way
Dates: Book starting July 15, 2021, for travel between Oct. 17, 2021, and March 16, 2022
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Here are the cheapest outgoing French Bee flights from EWR to ORY this year:

  • $139 flights on Oct. 17, 24 and 25.
  • $139 flights on Nov. 7, 15, 26, 27 and 29.

And for next year:

  • $139 flights on Jan. 14, 15, 17, 21, 22, 24, 28, 29 and 31.
  • $139 flights on Feb. 5, 6, 7, 14, 21, 26 and 28.
  • $139 flights on March 22 and 26.

The prices shown are for a nonrefundable ticket that includes one carry-on bag up to 26 pounds. The airline notes that seats are limited and fares may change without notice, although tickets can be changed for a fare readjustment. More details about price conditions can be found here.

Return one-way flights during the same time period from ORY to EWR are as low as $202.

Related: From basic economy to first class — here are 3 ways to do Paris on points

The airline is also currently offering $189 one-way fares to Paris from San Francisco (SFO) starting in October 2021 through June 2022.

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