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Airline ticket prices MIA-CDG-LON-ATL

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Fodors friends - My husband are traveling to Morocco in October, but we will route ourselves in and out through Europe. Although we are fairly frequent travelers, I am finding that I don't have a good sense of the overseas airfares right now. We have some time restrictions on the outbound (arriving Paris on 10/17) because we have a 1:20pm flight from Orly to Fez. Coming back we are going thru London, but we are there for a few days so we don't have to worry about timing.
I found a BA flight (non-stop both ways) for $1250, and there are a few others for 1050-1100, but they have stops, take much longer, etc.
Any thoughts on the $1,250 fare? Two years ago we paid that same amount to go to Germany/Austria, and last year we paid $1,200 to go to Spain. I thought perhaps with the lower fuel prices we might be able to do better, but perhaps not. Maybe I already have my answer. :-)
Any thoughts would be appreciated. Thanks for your time!

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