Deal Alert: Newark to Paris on La Compagnie From $1,187 Round-Trip

Nov 16, 2018

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What’s better than a great Black Friday or Cyber Monday discount? A sale before the sale. The all-business-class French airline La Compagnie is offering travelers a pre-Black Friday promotion with flights from Newark (EWR) to Paris (ORY) from $1,187 round-trip. Note: flights must be booked between Nov. 16 and Nov. 20 to qualify for the deal.

TPG reviewed La Compagnie’s business-class flight to Paris from Newark back in 2015. The flight itself, while maybe not quite as luxurious as other business class flights running the same routes, still is a solid option for booking a comfortable trip for a fairly reasonable price.

Airline: La Compagnie
Route: EWR to ORY
Cost: $1,187 round-trip in business class
Dates: November 2018 – October 2019
Booking Link: La Compagnie
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Here are a few examples of what you can book:

Newark (EWR) to Paris (ORY) for $1,187 round-trip in January:

Newark (EWR) to Paris (ORY) for $1,187 round-trip in March:

Newark (EWR) to Paris (ORY) for $1,187 round-trip in June:

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Featured image courtesy of La Compagnie.

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