We get it, you don't have time to find that killer flight deal. That's what we're here for. With the help of Google, Kayak, Expedia, Orbitz, and SkyScanner — the global metasearch engine for all things travel — we found six flights for sale this week that you're going to have trouble saying no to. The only caveat? Since the prices are locked into certain dates, you’ll need a few extra vacation days to spare on weekday trips. Most of these itineraries are set for spring.
New York to Mexico City
Starting at $250
The average price for this Memorial Day Weekend flight hovers at right about $400 dollars. How many margaritas will that extra $150 get you?
Los Angeles to New Delhi
This trip is scheduled for early April, when the weather is at its best — warm and clear and on the verge of summer.
Chicago to Paris
Starting at $424
Enjoy the city of lights (and gardens) when it’s in full bloom. Bonus points if you sightsee by way of the Paris Marathon, which takes place April 9.
Miami to Havana
Starting at $155
With these prices beating even JetBlue’s current special running from JFK in New York to Havana for $205, how could you not spring for a quick trip to the once-forbidden island of Cuba? If the cigars don’t do it for you, the rum should. Since this trip is scheduled for December 15-22, you’ll be everyone’s favorite after bringing back the formerly embargoed goods as holiday gifts.
Washington D.C. to London
Starting at $510
Drop all obligations from March 31 to April 9 and get to London as the winter fog lifts off. There are plenty of pubs (like this 900-year-old alehouse) right outside the city for an enjoyable day trip and a few good pints in the English countryside.
San Francisco to Tokyo
Starting at $552
This trip is booked for March 26–April 11— the height of cherry blossom season. With such iconic flora surrounding you, it might shock you to realize that you can still break out the skis and snowboards for a spring powder session in Hokkaido.
*All prices were found at time of publication and can, will, and probably are going up this very moment.