Miami Fare War $400s France, Spain, Italy on sale

Classic fare war happening in Miami today with a good example ticket price of $448 for Miami to Paris on Air Canada, $449 on Air France and $449 on American in March 2017. Cities across France, Italy, Portugal, Spain, Switzerland and assorted other airports are priced in $400s or low $500s through May 2017. For the most part it looks like national airlines are matching any low price from competitors to maintain best fares.

MIA-VCE $392 SkyTeam May21-30

Prices found through Momondo.com were in $460s for Miami to Venice flying late May with Iberia or British Airways, up to $100 lower than actual ticket prices I found for Air France/KLM/Alitalia SkyTeam airlines on Google Flights for Venice in May. Google Flights shows fares as low as $392 with Air France, but those are pricing $564 now on KLM website.

MIA-CDG $448 fare war Mar14-23

Still there are plenty of real deals easily found through Google Flights from Miami to Europe with a choice of Alliance airlines. Once you find dates and fares you like, see if Momondo.com or SkyScanner.com turns up a lower ticket price with an online travel agency site.

Belgium, Denmark, Finland, France, Italy, Portugal, Spain, Sweden, Switzerland

Paris $472 May 21-30 Air France (several cities across France on sale)

Barcelona, Spain $444 American (several cities across Spain on sale)

Madrid, Spain $445 May 21-30 Air Europa (Skyteam) or Iberia (oneworld)

Porto, Portugal $462 May 21-30 Iberia

Milan, Italy $465 Air France

Stockholm, Sweden $474 American; $485 SAS (Star Alliance)

Marseille, France $479 American (attack on SkyTeam Air France)

Lyon, France $482 Iberia (Attack on Air France)

Helsinki, Finland $485 SAS (attack on oneworld airline Finnair)

Copenhagen, Denmark $517 Finnair (attack on Star Alliance SAS)

Lisbon, Portugal $535 Air Europa; $549 Air France

Zurich, Switzerland $511 Swiss

Geneva, Switzerland $517 United

Venice, Italy $521 United; $531 Iberia

About Ric Garrido

Ric Garrido of Monterey, California started Loyalty Traveler in 2006 for traveler education on hotel and air travel, primarily using frequent flyer and frequent guest loyalty programs for bargain travel. Loyalty Traveler joined BoardingArea.com in 2008.

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