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Travel This Airline Has $99 Flights to Europe for Your Summer Vacation

20:20  19 march  2018
20:20  19 march  2018 Source:   msn.com

This New Airline Has $99 Flights to Europe in the Summer

  This New Airline Has $99 Flights to Europe in the Summer Cheap Flights to Europe: New Budget Airline Has Low FaresCheap flights to Europe have become a strangely familiar sight over the last year plus. Part of that is due to price wars ignited by low-cost carriers like Norwegian. A European budget airline planned expansion into the US might help keep those prices low.

A sale through WOW features fares as low as $99 one-way to Reykjavik, London, Paris, Amsterdam, and other European locations.

a person swimming in water© Shutterstock Somehow, there's another damn nor'easter poised to strike the east coast this week. Despite the parade of snowy days and wet socks, the first day of spring is just days away. That means it's time to figure out what to do with your summer vacation.

WOW Airlines has a sale running right now featuring cheap flights to Europe from cities all over the United States. The cheapest treks you'll find are from Boston or Pittsburgh to Reykjavik, Iceland. You can get one-way flights for just $99 on that route and round-trip tickets for $199.98.

Allegiant Announces New Routes, Discounted Fares

  Allegiant Announces New Routes, Discounted Fares Fares on the routes start as low as $49.The first two new routes flown by Allegiant will be to Jacksonville International Airport from Louisville International Airport starting on June 8 and Norfolk International Airport on June 14, with prices for both services starting at $49.

Other deals highlighted in the sale include cheap flights out of Los Angeles to Reykjavik ($129.99), London ($169.99), Copenhagen ($169.99), and Stockholm ($169.99). There are also deals out of San Francisco to Reykjavik ($135.99), London ($177.99), Copenhagen ($177.99), and Stockholm ($177.99). If you're in Boston or Pittsburgh, you can make your way to London, Paris, Amsterdam or Frankfurt for $149.99 one-way. All of those routes include a layover in Iceland, which can be a very good thing.

Out of the US, WOW flies from Boston, Chicago, Cincinnati, Cleveland, Dallas, Detroit, Los Angeles, Miami, New York, Pittsburgh, San Francisco, St. Louis, and Washington DC. Being a budget airline, you can dig up cheap flights out of most cities on a regular basis.

a screenshot of a cell phone© Wowair.com Of course, there's fine print. Flying out of Boston of Pittsburgh, those prices are good on trips from April to June. Out of Los Angeles, the prices are available for flights in September and October. San Francisco has those prices to Europe in April, May, September, and October, but only in September and October if you're headed to Iceland.

The sticker price is impressive, but WOW is a budget airline. So, it's worth looking at the other prices you might pay along the way. You get a free personal item, but a carry-on is $39.99 and one piece of checked luggage is $49.99. You can tuck a little food in your bag, but if you don't a full meal will run you $9.49.

Start Planning Your Summer Travel Now

  Start Planning Your Summer Travel Now Summer travel can be very expensive since more people are taking to the roads and skies, but your vacation doesn’t have to cost a small fortune. The number one rule of budget travel is planning ahead and booking at the right time. It makes all the difference, so start organizing your summer itinerary now. Why now? Pricing data suggests it’s best to book your summer trips somewhere around 47 to 70 days in advance if you want to save on airfare, and Google Flights starts seeing the biggest uptick in searches for summer vacations right about now. Planning this far ahead is sure to save you some serious cash on lodging as well.

If you prefer a non-budget airline where luggage is included, and the amenities are nicer, Icelandair might be your best bet. Thrifty Traveler recently highlighted the excellent prices Icelandair has right now. That includes flights from 25 US cities for around $290 roundtrip and a $309 round-trip fare to Reykjavik from New York City.

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Ryanair Warns of Summer Travel 'Meltdown' As Strikes Cause More Flight Cancellations Across Europe .
European budget airline Ryanair is prepping travelers for a potential summer travel “meltdown.” Because of air traffic control strikes across Europe, the airline said it canceled more than 1,000 flights in May. Last year, the airline only had 43 cancellations in the same month.

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