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Fly To Port-Au-Prince, Haiti From Just $96 One Way (Or $217 Round Trip)
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Fly To Port-Au-Prince, Haiti From Just $96 One Way (Or $217 Round Trip)

Pirates, if you've been looking for cheap flights to Haiti, you'd better snatch up these tickets! Fly to Port-au-Prince from an incredible price on one-way or round-trip flights out of Fort Lauderdale or New York City. Start your island-hopping vacation through the Caribbean, or enjoy the flexibility of deciding the length of your trip!

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96
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Head to Haiti Timeframe: 11. May. 2017 - 14. Feb. 2018

Origins
Fort Lauderdale, New York
Destination
Port-au-Prince

Kick your vacation off with a trip to Jacmel Beach, a great place to relax or take a surf lesson. Tickle your tastebuds and visit the Barbancourt Rum Distillery! If you're looking for some unique souvenirs, make sure to check out Papillon Enterprise. Visit Labadee for a swim and to check out the reef! And if you're into hiking, Haiti is the most mountainous country in the Caribbean!

Flight Deal Overview:

  • One-Way and Round-trip Flights: Fort Lauderdale or New York City to Port-au-Prince, Haiti
  • Travel period: May 2017 - February 2018
  • Airline: Spirit Airlines, American Airlines, or Air France
  • Baggage info: please visit our baggage information post to find out more about allowances and additional fees
  • Travel document: Valid Passport
  • Visa for U.S. citizens required: No
  • Destination insights: U.S. Government Information

Please be aware that Spirit is a low-cost airline. These airlines offer cheap fares by reducing the number of services offered in-flight and before departure. See our baggage information post for information about baggage allowances on low-cost airlines. Pack light, prepare a good playlist, bring a few snacks and enjoy the savings.

Please keep in mind that flights are subject to availability. Our deals are current at the time of publication, but may sell out quickly or expire.

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