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$300 flights to Paris? Yep—French bee airline is coming to Miami.

France's first low-cost, long-haul airline launches flights from Miami this fall.

Virginia Gil
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Virginia Gil
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Have rising gas costs put a damper on your European summer vacation plans? Is the airfare just too expensive to travel abroad this season? If you answered yes to any of these questions, you’ll want to read ahead closely.

French bee is launching nonstop flights from Miami to Paris this fall! France’s first low-cost, long-haul airline continues its U.S. expansion with a new southeast route beginning in December 2022. It’ll offer three weekly flights from Miami International Airport to Paris Orly Airport, with fares starting at $281 each way.

Travelers can choose from three ticket tiers: basic economy, smart or premium, which range in comforts and costs—including the allowance of checked bags, complimentary beverage service and in-flight meals. Fares also can be mixed and matched based on their needs. Say you’re taking the first flight home after a weekend wedding, splurging on a premium seat might be necessary to deal with your morning hangover. Booking a last-minute trip with your girlfriends? Fly basic economy and save your cash for the Parisian shops.

French bee already flies from San Francisco, Los Angeles and New York. Miami (MIA) will commence flights to Paris (ORY) on December 15, departing every Monday, Thursday and Saturday at 9pm (8 hours and 45 minutes to ORY), arriving the following day at 11:40am—just in time for a late Parisian breakfast.

French bee airlines
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