Fly Business Class to Paris for $1,900 Round Trip

Boutique French airline La Compagnie is celebrating a love of travel this month by offering its already affordable all-business-class flights to Europe for even less with two-for-one flight deals.

Exterior view of the Louvre, Paris

A sale on round-trip business-class flights to Paris? Mais, oui!

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Valentine’s Day is for lovers, right? Lovers of airfare deals, that is (at least for us travel addicts). And we’ve admittedly fallen hard for the two-for-one sale launched by all-business-class airline La Compagnie that is running through February 14.

The boutique French airline came back onto the scene in summer 2021 after being grounded during the pandemic. It offers more affordable all-business-class flights from New Jersey’s Newark International Airport to Paris Orly, Milan, Italy, and to Nice in the south of France.

But now you can book the all-business flights for even less. Between now and February 14, 2023, La Compagnie is offering these airfares when you purchase two tickets:

  • Newark to Paris, round-trip for two: $3,800
  • Newark to Milan, round-trip for two: $3,800
  • Newark to Nice, round-trip for two: $4,800

So, grab a partner, pal, or family member and make some Europe travel plans while this offer lasts. The deal is available on the La Compagnie website using the promo code LOVU23. It applies to travel through December 31, 2023, with some blackout dates. All tickets are nonrefundable, but dates can be changed without a fee and flight credits are valid for up to two years.

La Compagnie offers daily service from Newark to Paris, five times a week service from Newark to Milan, and it has a seasonal route to Nice that will resume service on April 15.

The reborn version of La Compagnie features a fleet of sleek new Airbus A321neos with 76 lie-flat seats in a two-by-two configuration—“perfect for couples or two friends traveling together,” according to our recent review of the airline.
Flights also feature seatback entertainment, free Wi-Fi, and elevated airplane cuisine. (Passengers are offered selections that include seared tuna, burrata salad, cheese plates, organic wines, and champagne, plus croissants for breakfast, bien sûr).

Michelle Baran is the senior travel news editor at AFAR where she oversees breaking news, travel intel, pandemic coverage, airline, cruise, and consumer travel news. Baran joined AFAR in August 2018 after an 11-year run as a senior editor and reporter at leading travel industry newspaper Travel Weekly.
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