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 Sept. 19-25. 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.

Bargain of the Week

Ryanair, an Ireland-based low-cost carrier, has announced very low sale fares for travel within Europe. For just $26 one-way, travel from Dublin to London, or from London to a half-dozen cities in Italy and France. Slightly higher fares are available for travel from Dublin to both Paris and Brussels, and from London to more than a dozen other European cities. Information: 011-44-870-333-1250, www.ryanair.com.

Airlines

AA

American

AC

Air Canada

BA

British Airways

CO

Continental

DL

Delta

FL

AirTran

F9

Frontier

LH

Lufthansa

NH

All Nippon

NW

Northwest

P9

ProAir

SY

Suncountry

UA

United

US

US Airways

WN

Southwest

Depart Washington Sept. 19-25

New York

$87

CO, UA, US

Boston

$128

US

Miami

$180

AA, UA, US

Detroit

$205

P9

Chicago

$144

AA, UA, US

Kansas City

$156

WN

Atlanta

$174

FL, DL, UA, US

Minneapolis

$258

NW, SY

Denver

$304

F9

Dallas

$240

AA, DL, UA

Seattle

$328

NW

San Francisco

$205

CO

Los Angeles

$316

WN

Toronto

$196

AC

Mexico City

$408

CO, UA

Rio de Janeiro

$812

AA, UA

London

$609

BA

Frankfurt

$603

LH

Tokyo

$1,259

NH, AA, NW, UA

Fares, which were 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.