British Airways Open Skies: NYC To Paris Nonstop For $337 Round-Trip!

View of Paris from Montmartre in the 18th arrondissement, March 2016
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-Tickets are refundable for 24 hours from the time of booking by calling BA.

-If you use a consumer Chase Visa and select flights operated by British Airways (American flights won’t qualify for the extra 10% off) you can save another 10% off by using the following promo code on the page after selecting flights as shown below: CARDOFFERU



A 7 night stay is required for this sale.

-British Airways’ Open Skies affiliate airline operates from both JFK and Newark to Paris/Orly.

-Search NYC to include EWR and JFK for best results. Dates below include flights from either EWR and/or JFK.

-Limited seats are available on each date.

-Paris is easily one of my favorite cities in the world. You can read my 2010 trip notes here2012 trip notes here, and Instagram pictures from my 2016 trip to Paris by scrolling down here.

Kosher travelers won’t go hungry in the city of lights.

Darjeeling makes the best kosher Indian food in the world and Thai One has some of the best kosher Thai food in the world as well. Both are glatt kosher, a rarity in Paris. L’inte Cafe is a phenomenal dairy cholov yisoel restaurant. And L’As du Fallafel makes the best Felafel in Paris and gives even the best places in Israel a run for their money.

Chez Akol makes the most delectable cholov yisoel French pastries in the world. Saraden and Charles Trateiur also make great pastries. Damyel makes some of the best bittersweet chocolate in the world and Ardely makes great cholov yisroel chocolates.

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Sample valid $337 EWR/JFK to Paris/ORY dates:
September 5-12
September 10-17
September 17-24
September 24-October 1
October 2-15
October 18-25
October 22-29
October 29-November 5
November 5-12
November 12-19
November 21-28
November 26-December 3
December 3-10
December 10-17
December 13-20
January 8-15
January 14-21
January 21-28
January 28-February 4
February 4-11
February 19-26
March 11-18
March 18-25
March 21-28

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Are these flights upgradeable with Avios?


What about Business Class Tickets


They also offer $199 (each way) premium economy upgrades on select dates (when you pull up your booked reservation). Not bad for recliner seats.


i didnt get that offer… was that premium economy or just extra room economy plus seats/bulkhead?


Can you upgrade with avios or can you buy business class tickets?


Can you buy these tickets through Chase ultimate rewards?


Thank you Dan! Just booked tickets to England for Sukos!! $1500 saving


England? I thought Paris.


Dan- what am I doing wrong? I followed all steps + screen says “BA Signature Card required “… I am using Chase Visa and had the correct prices/dates for JFK -Paris. Plus, also requires an additional $32 for booking actual seat itself.

bobby f

any answer here??


Dan – when does the 10% off code expire?


thanks, i book 2 adult and a baby for 845$
amazing !

thank you

eliyahu nachum

I have AA miles it’s work also to buy the British tickets? Ty


hi dan,
I am searching thru your link here for tix for a family round trip nyc-london. its giving me discounted AARP prices. what does that mean?