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Paris Airfares?

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Just decided to book a trip from JFK to Paris for the last week of April. The fares seem a bit crazy, but I have not booked a trip to Europe in the past year. We are looking at $1000 non-stop (Air France, Delta, United) or $720 with a stop in Dublin (Aer Lingus). I wondered if there was any reason to wait and see if the non-stop fares come down at all, or just book it on Aer Lingus and be done. Thanks for any insight!

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