You Can Buy A ticket From The U.S. To Europe And Iceland Right now For $99!
The Icelandic low-cost airline WOW Air has launched another $99 sale on flights for travel to Europe this fall and winter.
The temperatures may be dropping in Europe as autumn arrives, but so too are the airfares. Iceland-based airline WOW Air just announced a special sale, with airfares as low as $99 for one-way travel from Boston or Baltimore-Washington airports to Reykjavik, Iceland, or $149 each way to Copenhagen, London (Gatwick), Dublin, Amsterdam, Paris, and Berlin this fall and winter.
Flights are operated by Airbus A321 aircraft to Reykjavik-Keflavik Airport in Iceland, where travelers then connect and continue on to destinations in Europe. WOW, which has been flying between Iceland and Europe since 2011 and began low-fare flights from the U.S. last March, is famous for these $99 deals.
Fare specials advertised at $99 include taxes, fees, and a carry-on allowance of 5 kg (11 lbs) or less. WOW’s status as an ultra-low-cost airline means their flight prices are “unbundled” (aka "a la carte") and passengers must pay extra for additional luggage allowance, checked bags, in-flight meals, extra legroom, and even seat assignments.