Shortly following the announcement of 2 new airlines flying between NYC and Paris, Level, a low-cost subsidiary of British Airways and Iberia, has announced it will fly nonstop between Boston (BOS) and Paris-Orly (ORY) starting next spring. Intro fares are as low as $99 one-way or $220 roundtrip. Some summer 2020 travel dates are included!
Level Adds New Flights from Boston to Paris
Starting March 31, 2020, Level will fly nonstop from Boston (BOS) to Paris-Orly (ORY) 3 times per week. In September, this will be increased to 4 flights per week. The new nonstop flights depart Boston at 11:00 pm ET, and arrive in Paris at 12:05 pm, local time, the following afternoon. Flights return from Paris at 7:15 pm and arrive back in Boston at 9:00 pm.
Level already flies from Boston to Barcelona (BCN) and also has existing service from Newark (EWR), Montreal (YUL) and San Francisco (SFO). The low-cost carrier will be the only airline to fly nonstop between Boston and Orly airport in Paris, but it will compete with Air France, Delta, and Norwegian, which all fly nonstop between Boston and Charles de Gaulle Airport in Paris (CDG). Currently, Level's fares for spring, summer, and fall 2020 travel are much lower than the competition.
The intro fare from Boston to Paris for $220 roundtrip is available within the following dates:
- Travel Period: March 31 - June 30, and September 1 - October 22, 2020.
- Travel Days of the Week: Tuesdays, Thursdays, and Saturdays. (Also, Mondays starting in September).
- Blackout Dates: Peak summer travel in July and August. A few peak summer travel dates are as low as $389 RT.
One-way flights are only $99, which is an amazing deal compared to the competition.
Intro fares are not advertised with an expiration date and prices may jump at any moment. Secure your low fare by booking now and taking advantage of a 24-hour risk-free cancellation policy to think about your plans.
Level's Light fare only includes a carry-on bag and one small personal item. Checked bag fees start at $59 each way when purchased during the initial booking.
Seats will be assigned at random upon check-in for this price. You may pay a fee to choose a specific seat.
Level sells a "Plus" fare, which includes one free checked bag and meals and drinks on board. There will still be a fee for seat selection with this type of fare. It is priced much higher than the "Light" fare so I would assume that you can pay less by simply booking the Light fare and adding any extras you'd like à la carte.
As an example, I found cheap flights departing Boston BOS on Saturday, June 20, returning from Paris ORY on Saturday, June 27, for $220 roundtrip.