AirTran's fabulous Florida forays, from $69

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FloridaSure, you can get some decent discount airfares to colder climes this time of year. It’s low season up north. But cheap flights to Florida? That’s another matter. Discount airline AirTran Airways is offering precisely that, discount airfares to the Sunshine State starting as low as $69, one-way.

Book and buy quick, no later than today (Friday, December 28). Then, fly through February 27. All the discount airfares quoted here are one-way, but they do not require a round-trip purchase. The prime restriction pertains to the day of the week. These discount airfares are good for passage Mondays, Tuesdays, Wednesdays, Thursdays, and Saturdays (Cheapflights has found that Saturday flights are often the least crowded).

You’ll have to make a ten-day advance purchase to get these discount airfares, and when you pay for them remember that taxes and fees are not included. They’re going to cost you extra.

Here’s a sampling of the savings AirTran is offering to Florida during these hazy days of winter:

– Akron/Canton (CAK) to Fort Lauderdale (FLL) $99

– Atlanta (ATL) to Miami (MIA) $89

– Baltimore/Washington (BWI) to Daytona Beach (DAB) $89

– Boston (BOS) to Tampa (TPA) $99

– Chicago Midway (MDW) to West Palm Beach (PBI) $99

– Dallas/Fort Worth (DFW) to Orlando (MCO) $99

– Denver (DEN) to Miami $159

– Houston Hobby (HOU) to West Palm Beach $109

– Indianapolis (IND) to Miami $99

– Memphis (MEM) to Orlando $69

– Milwaukee (MKE) to Tampa $89

– New York LaGuardia (LGA) to West Palm Beach $99

– Philadelphia (PHL) to Tampa $89

– St. Louis (STL) to Fort Lauderdale $99

– Wichita (ICT) to Daytona Beach $99

– White Plains (HPN) to Orlando $89

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AirTran's fabulous Florida forays, from $69 was last modified: September 19th, 2014 by Jerry Chandler
Author: Jerry Chandler (2565 posts)

Jerry Chandler loves window seats – a perch with a 35,000-foot view of it all. His favorite places: San Francisco and London just about any time of year, autumn in Manhattan and the seaside in winter. An award-winning aviation and travel writer for 30 years, his goal is to introduce each of his grandkids to their first flight.