Catch These Last Minute Flight Deals For October Travel

PUBLISHED: May 19, 2019

October is finally here, and this new season calls for a change in locationeven if it’s just for a quick get-away.

 

Cartagena and Medellin have been popular tourist destinations in Colombia for travelers for so long, that people tend to forget about the country’s hidden gems found in Bogotá.

 

As Colombia’s capital and largest city, Bogotá is a diverse destination that has a lot to offer.

 

From world-class museums, beautiful architecture, a vibrant art community, an impressive food scene, and stunning scenery, Bogotá should be a must-see on your travel bucket list.

 

Here’s how to fall into great travel deals to Bogotá this season:

 

From Washington D.C. 

Using Google Flights, the cheapest deals to Bogotá fall toward the end of the month.  An eight-day stay will cost $277 round-trip on Spirit Airlines.

 

 

From New York

Traveling from New York will give tourists various deals for the same price later this month, according to Google Flights.

If you have a flexible schedule, you can spend the last two weeks in October in Bogotá for $277 round-trip using Spirit Airlines.

 

 

From Miami

Miami has a nonstop deal for only $299 round-trip from Oct. 23 until Oct. 30, according to Google Flights.

An even cheaper deal, however, can be found from Fort Lauderdale using the same travel dates as Miami.  A round-trip flight will cost $209 or Spirit Airlines and $261 on Jet Blue.

 

From Chicago 

Travelers from Chicago can purchase a round-trip flight on Spirit Airlines for $330 round-trip, according to Google Flights. There are various flights found for this price after Oct. 20.

 

 

From Detroit:

There are a few options for people flying from Detroit throughout October for less than $350 round-trip.  The dates used for the price deal below fell between Oct. 23 and Oct. 30.

 

From Los Angeles: 

Deals from Los Angeles fall later in October until early November, according to Google Flights. Just plug in the dates Oct. 28 through Nov. 4.

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