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Amazing deal: New York, Boston, Chicago, Washington to Maputo, Mozambique flights roundtrip as low as $365.

DEPART:
New York, Boston or Chicago

ARRIVE:
Maputo, Mozambique

RETURN:
New York, Boston or Chicago to Maputo, Mozambique

LAYOVER:
Johannesburg, South Africa/Munich, Germany

AVAILABILITY: combinations

From Chicago

October 11 – 25
October 11- 26
October 17 – 31
October 18, 19 – 30
November 19 – 28
November 21-27

From New York

October 17-30, 31
November 24- 29
November 22 – 29

From Boston

October 17-30, 31
November 22, 25 – 29

From Washington

November 22 – 29

Looks like to be an error fare. We recommend to postpone with booking any accommodations until tickets will be confirmed and issued! At least several weeks if you have distant tickets. There is a small chance that tickets can be cancelled. Though may be honored. This fare is only to your consideration.

If you cannot find price – try different dates.

Just rechecked every single destination up to credit card input.

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