This chart lists the lowest generally available round-trip fares from at least one of the three Washington area airports -- Reagan National, Washington-Dulles International and Baltimore/Washington International -- for departures July 25-31. Flights are nonstop or direct (stopover with no change of planes) except for some international flights. For ticket information, or to purchase tickets, call the individual airlines, not The Washington Post. For recorded information on how best to use this chart, call 202-334-7591.

Seattle $432

UA

San Francisco $383

UA, US

Los Angeles $386

UA, US

Minneapolis $288

NW, SY

Denver $318

UA

Dallas $214

AA, UA

Chicago $144

UA, US

Kansas City $208

WN

Atlanta $164

FL, DL, UA, US

Boston $128

US

New York $108

AA, TW, UA, US

Orlando $168

DL, WN, UA, US

Miami $168

UA, US

Toronto $272

AC, US

Mexico City $353

AA, DL

Rio de Janeiro $1,039

UA

London $797

BA

Frankfurt $1,238

UA

Tokyo $1,457

CO, NW, UA

Airlines

AA American

AC Air Canada

BA British Airways

CO Continental

DL Delta

FL AirTran

NW Northwest

SY Suncountry

TW TWA

UA United

US US Airways

WN Southwest

Bargain of the Week

US Airways is offering special fares to inaugurate its new MetroJet service to Hartford and West Palm Beach, Fla. The one-way fare to Hartford is $39 from Washington Dulles; the fare to West Palm Beach is $69 from BWI. US Airways is also offering $79 one-way sale fares to several cities in Florida; other carriers have matched the fares. Tickets must be bought by Tuesday, a 14-day advance purchase is require, and travel must be completed by Sept. 30.

Fares, which are researched Thursday, may change without notice, do not apply to all seats on all flights and are subject to restrictions. Most require advance purchase, are available only on midweek departures and require a Saturday night stay. Certain airport taxes and surcharges are not included. Contact airlines or a travel agent for fare details and airports of arrival and departure.

SOURCES: Internet travel services and airlines.