By Evie Carrick
May 01, 2019

There’s nothing more satisfying than finding a cheap international flight, especially during the summer when prices tend to be higher. According to Hopper, an airfare forecasting app that analyzes billions of daily flight prices, there are certain international destinations where prices are expected to significantly drop later this month – in some cases, by 46 percent.

That’s good news for travelers, as domestic airfare is anticipated to jump this month due to seasonal demand. Domestically, Hopper forecasts that flight prices will continue to rise through June before dropping off between July and October.

But for travelers looking to travel internationally in the next few months, certain destinations are expected to see between a 29-percent and 46-percent price drop later this month. To make sure you don’t miss out, be sure to set alerts for airfare price changes on trips you want to go on. (You can do this on Hopper, Google Flights, and other flight search apps.)

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Porto, Portugal

  • Current average price: $628
  • Estimated savings later this month: 46 percent

Cancún, Mexico

  • Current average price: $350
  • Estimated savings later this month: 44 percent

Vieux Fort, Saint Lucia

  • Current average price: $591
  • Estimated savings later this month: 39 percent

Phuket Town, Thailand

  • Current average price: $724
  • Estimated savings later this month: 37 percent

Havana, Cuba

  • Current average price: $292
  • Estimated savings later this month: 35 percent

Puerto Vallarta, Mexico

  • Current average price: $318
  • Estimated savings later this month: 35 percent

Vancouver, Canada

  • Current average price: $241
  • Estimated savings later this month: 31 percent

Milan, Italy

  • Current average price: $643
  • Estimated savings later this month: 30 percent

Medellin, Colombia

  • Current average price: $344
  • Estimated savings later this month: 30 percent

Munich, Germany

  • Current average price: $832
  • Estimated savings later this month: 29 percent
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