ALERT: Skyteam Atlanta-Paris ATL-CDG 14,000+ MQM $558 All-IN

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Want to spend a day or ½ day in Paris and fly a 747 and a 787 while collecting a TON of Delta MQMs? Then here is your chance.

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Both AreoMexico and AirFrance can credit 100%* if you use your Skymiles number (*Check Fare Class)!

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They are findable on ITA Matrix

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Or on Kayak

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Bookable via Kayak or Travelocity. Another idea would be to burn 30,000 FlexPerks points and do this for free and just burn points to earn your MQMs and Skymiles for the trip. – René

 

HT to FT and Coke&Taco!

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PS – There is a good
SFO-MIA or MIA-SFO
trip too!

 

Delta SkyMiles® Credit Card
RESERVE/PLATINUM/GOLD
from American Express®
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18 comments

  1. I just booked a ticket via Kayak.com through Priceline. It asked me what FF flyers I want to input which I selected Delta. How do I know this will qualify for 100% miles for delta?

  2. Thanks Rene! Just booked my trip with Thank You points. Any idea how to add my skymiles number to the Aeromexico reservation?

  3. @Larry – you should have a PNR for the reservation. You can call or create a AreoMexico account and then add the Skymiles number there.

  4. @Terry – how fun – take photos please of the 787 and report back. Even email me so I can post. Or, do a mini-trip report for us all!

  5. I actually want to visit Paris and not so much focused about the MR (gasp). I’m not thrilled about the 17/18 hour flights. Historically do the regular flights from the east coast (7-10 hours) ever go for this pricing & should hold out for that or is this my cheapest option for getting to Paris next May?

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