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Paris flights from $888 return

Posted: 16 February 2018 9:59 am


Save big on flights to France when you travel with Air China.

It seems the price of Parisian flights is set to remain low this year with Air China taking the reigns (for the moment) with $888 return fares.

These modestly priced fares are on journeys out of Melbourne, though Air China has goodies for many with flights out of Brisbane and Sydney coming up at $908 and $914 respectively.

You won't have to travel last-minute or in winter either at these prices, as eligible travel dates range from now until 20 June.

However, you will have to book by 9 March to snap up these fares. You can get on them now at STA Travel where you can also browse fares on other routes, airlines and dates to see which works best for you.

How good are these fares?

In the past couple of months, we've seen fares as low as $843 so an extra $40 isn't too much extra to pay for the benefit of flying in spring. More often than not though, you'll see discount fares closer to $900 return, making these a steal.

Air China is a full-service airline, so checked luggage and in-flight meals and entertainment won't cost you a cent more. Typically, flights include a stopover in Beijing and if you feel like adding a "bonus" city to your itinerary, chat to STA Travel to see what it can offer.

Paris flights on sale:

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MelbourneParis2 February - 20 June 2018
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BrisbaneParis2 February - 20 June 2018
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SydneyParis2 February - 20 June 2018
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