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Amazing deal: New York or Chicago to Greek islands flights roundtrip as low as $380.

DEPART:
New York, USA / Chicago, USA

ARRIVE:
Mykonos or Rhodes, Greece

RETURN:
New York, USA / Chicago, USA

AVAILABILITY: 2016

New York to Mykonos
Departure: August 2, 23
Return: August 10, 31

Chicago to Rhodes
Departure: August 5, 12, 19
Return: August 14, 21, 28, September 4

Some dates may be more expensive, but no more than $450, which is very low for this destination and summer time.

We recommend postpone with booking any accommodations until tickets will be confirmed! At least several weeks if you have distant tickets.

Update: New York to Mykonos slightly increased $80-$100 due to demand and may call airport change in Milan, but it is very good opportunity to see Milan. Still pretty low. Chicago to Rhodes still goes for $380.

Update 2: People report problems with actual booking the fare on provider website, so it is only to your discretion or try.

AIRLINE:
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New York to Mykonos Chicago to Rhodes  SkyScanner

 

New York to Mykonos

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