Flight Deal: NYC To Palma De Mallorca Spain As Low As $236
By DeAnna Taylor
Next to Ibiza, Palma De Mallorca is one of the hottest Spanish beach destinations around. You can fly roundtrip from New York’s JFK airport to the beach city for as low as $236 via Iberia Airways.
While this isn’t a direct flight, many of the dates come with very short layovers of 90 minutes or less.
This deal is valid for travel beginning in late October and has dates that run into late March. To find this deal, head to your favorite travel search engine. For this post, we used Skyscanner. Simply type in your departure as NYC and your arrival as PMI. If searching via Skyscanner, be sure to filter out by the month starting in October to find specific date ranges with cheapest prices.
If you are using Google Flights follow the same instructions except you can click through to dates beginning in October. The lowers prices should highlight in green for you.
At the time of this posting, the lowest price flights available were $236 roundtrip for a 6-day vacation. Some dates will price out around $241.
From October through March, you can find high temperatures around 65-70 degrees during the night. Depending on the month, those numbers will drop to around low 50’s at night.
If you do take advantage of this deal, be sure to plan accordingly. Although you won’t have to worry about too much rain.
Palma de Mallorca is the capital island of Mallorca, Spain. It is most known for its pristine beaches and luxury resorts. The most popular landmark is the city’s Gothic Cathedral that can be seen from almost anywhere you may turn.
Deals to this part of Spain are very rare. Although you may not be able to take a dip in the ocean or pools during this time, you can still take in some amazing views in one of the world’s most sought after beach towns.
Head over to Google Flights or Skycanner now to lock in your cheap flight.
DeAnna Taylor is a criminal defense Attorney turned travel writer. The Charlotte native recently completed one year abroad working as an English teacher in South Korea. Her hobbies include fitness, traveling to new countries, and trying new foods.