7 Amazing Flight Deals For Fall to Book Now
As much as we love summer, this hotter-than-hell heat has us eagerly awaiting fall. To fuel our insatiable wanderlust, we’ve scoured the internet in search of the most affordable autumn flights to book now. From Munich to the Maldives, these are seven trips you definitely don’t want to miss.
Note: All prices were accurate when published, but are subject to availability.
Calling all beer fans—flights are on sale to Germany just in time for Oktoberfest. You can get to the heart of the action by flying right into Munich from Chicago, New York, or Boston between September 18 and October 8. Round-trip fares cost in the $500 range and can be booked via United, Swiss, and Lufthansa. Frankfurt, however, has many more routes (from 80+ U.S. airports) averaging in the low $400s, especially if you check basic economy on American. Now that’s something we can cheers to!
When we first saw this fare, we thought it was a mistake. But after triple checking, it’s still available—if you act fast. You can hop on a flight to your own beautiful overwater bungalow in the Maldives for only $423 round-trip from Los Angeles via China Eastern. The best weeks to book are September 3-11 and September 29 to October 14. Note: All flights have a layover in Shanghai, and possibly additional cities, depending on your travel dates.
Mexico City is an ideal vacation spot in the fall thanks to festivities like Día de los Muertos (October 31 to November 2). It’s also an easy getaway for Thanksgiving if you’d rather trade the turkey for a trip. Round-trip seats on every major airline (we're talking American, Delta, United, JetBlue, etc.) start at $200 from Miami, Orlando, Fort Lauderdale, Boston, Chicago, Dallas, and Houston but jump to $300 from Atlanta, Denver, Philadelphia, Seattle, and Santa Barbara.
There are rarely deals to Doha, so it’s smart to snag one while you can. Qatar Airways (one of the world's swankiest airlines), British Airways, and Iberia are all offering half-price tickets to the capital for $712 if you depart from New York City, Boston, Baltimore, Chicago (ORD), Dallas, Houston, Miami, Philadelphia, Pittsburgh, Tampa, and Washington D.C. The best times to go are September through November—there’s even availability during Thanksgiving.
The beach is a bargain at this dry Caribbean island off the coast of Colombia. American, Delta, and United are offering base fares starting at just $227 from Miami, Pittsburgh, Atlanta, Boston, Charleston, Cleveland, Los Angeles, Nashville, New York City, Richmond, and more. Once you're there, use the extra cash to splurge on a few nights at the elegant Ritz-Carlton, Aruba, which features a 15,000-square-foot spa, two cabana-lined pools, and a private stretch on Palm Beach.
Make your way west to this coastal Canadian city to catch some of the country’s best fall foliage. Starting at $200, you can leave from most North American airports via Delta, United, American, Alaska, Air Canada, or WestJet. Some of the craziest steals are from Los Angeles, San Diego, Las Vegas, Phoenix, Dallas, and Denver.
Despite how close Morocco is to Europe, it usually costs a fortune to get to this North African country. On average, tickets hover around $1,000, but are now half price on United, Lufthansa, Swiss, and Air Canada. Casablanca and Marrakech are accessible from Boston, Los Angeles, and New York City, all for $550. Keep in mind that some routes may have long layovers in Frankfurt, Montreal, or Zurich, but there are no bag fees.
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