Mykonos: €83 Nonstop Transavia Flights from Paris (Checked Bags Add €52)

Mykonos, Griechenland

Air France and KLM’s subsidiary Transavia has a lot of attractive nonstop fares with departure from Paris. In May, September and October 2023 the airline sells tickets to the Greek island of Mykonos for as little as €83. Sadly, this fare does not include checked bags. A 15 kg bag comes with the price tag of €52 on Transavia’s website, the cheapest bundle including luggage starts at €163. This fare type will also grant you 16 XP on FlyingBlue.

Our availability calendar highlights all possible flight dates for less than €100 for trips up to 28 days. It will forward you to Transavia with your preselected flight dates. You can also check what OTAs have to offer, as they sell these tickets up to €10 cheaper.

TO ORY JMX 83

Transavia operates Boeing 737-800 airplanes between Paris and Mykonos. These planes have a 3-3 seating pattern in economy class.

Search & Book

These fares seems to be valid for flights in 2023. Since we couldn’t retrieve any fare rules, we cannot give you information regarding travel time or minimum or maximum stay.

If you want to stay longer, you can search for suiting dates on Google Flights (instructions). Since the cheapest offer with luggage comes from transavia.com anyway, you might want to book there directly.

Mileage

Transavia issues all tickets in booking class N. It won’t get you any miles in any program. By booking the basic fare including luggage, you can earn 16 XP on Air France and KLM’s Flying Blue.

Destination

Mykonos is one of the higher priced Aegean islands. Whichever category and hotel you opt for, make sure to get the best price! Our recommendation is to search on booking.com, or even on our own Travel-Dealz hotel search:

Cover Picture: Mykonos, Griechenland © lukaszimilena - Fotolia.com

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