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Paris flights from $899 return

Posted: 5 April 2018 10:29 am

Explore the city of love for no more than $925 return from 3 Aussie cities.

If you've been daydreaming of strolling down the Champs-Élysées or wandering through the Louvre and Notre Dame in springtime then check out these discounted fares to Paris from $899 return.

This starting price is on journeys between Melbourne and Paris flying Air China. For Aussies travelling out of other cities, you've also got discounted fares to get excited about.

Think Sydney to Paris from $922 return and Brisbane to Paris from $925 return. All fares are for travel in May and June with Air China.

Springtime is one of the best times to visit Paris so we recommend trying to secure dates in May if you can. The weather will be mild, prices will be lower and the crowds won't have yet descended.

While there's no set date for this sale to end, we're guessing it won't be long until the best seats and dates are snapped up.

Be the one that gets them by visiting Flight Centre online for more details and to book your flight.

How good are these fares?

The downside is that you might have to deal with a long layover in China but you could see that as much needed break in between 12-hour flights.

Price-wise, a recent sale saw flights to Paris with Air China get as low as $857 return but flights under $950 return is usually a good deal, especially if you can score dates in May.

Paris flights on sale through Flight Centre:

Travel date
MelbourneParis2 May - 20 June 2018
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SydneyParis2 May - 20 June 2018
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BrisbaneParis2 May - 20 June 2018$925Start your Paris adventure here

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