Information is valid at time of publication. So sometimes you may not find the price mentioned in the post (ex. after several days of the original posting date). It means that the deal was sold out or supplier (airline/agency) has changed the conditions or removed the offer.

You can take advantage of recent open-jaw via Qatar Air and make an incredible almost 20K miles journey.

There are more US cities (major us hubs) involved in this open-jaw, so you can try you local departure airport and arrange an incredible once in a lifetime journey.

New York – Bangkok – Paris – New York

New York to Bangkok and Paris for $412

Departing to Bangkok: October 25 

Departing to Paris: November 4

Also note, that this open-jaw can 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.

AIRLINE: Qatar

GET THE DEAL

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Paris, France to New York for $177

Departing: November 8

AIRLINE: Norwegian

Note, that Norwegian air has carry-on bag 10 kg (22 lbs), Size: 55 x 40 x 23 cm and one small personal item on board included in fare. This could be a little handbag or a slim laptop case that fits comfortably under the seat in front of you. You can read more about Norwegian’s baggage allowances here. Travel on light, save on airfare!

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TOTAL: $589

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