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Abigail Williams
April 19, 2018
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As the Northeast’s interminable winter rages into spring, we’re already looking for ways to extend our summer fun. Running away to Spain this fall sounds like just the way to do it.

As The Points Guy reported yesterday, several airlines are offering round-trip flights to Barcelona and Madrid in the mid-$300s. Iberia, Air Europa, Tap Air and Norwegian Air are all offering the discounted fares.

There are flights from Boston to Barcelona, with basic economy tickets starting at $356 round-trip in September. And if you’re in New York City, there are tickets starting at $370 round-trip to Madrid this October.

In the mood for an island getaway? Scott’s Cheap Flights found deals from New York to Mallorca, Málaga, and Tenerife starting at just over $400 round-trip, with fares available this September through February 2019.

If you’re interested in flying to Spain this fall, use Google Flights to search for deals. Once you’ve identified the best possible fare, you can purchase your ticket with your preferred online travel agency like Orbitz, Momondo, or Expedia, or just book directly through the airline.

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