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Wow Air is Making Flights To Europe As Cheap as $99

Flying from Boston to London just got a lot cheaper.

Transatlantic flights are some of the most costly flights you can take from the U.S. but that’s about to change. Wow Air, the budget airline from Iceland, is introducing fares from both Boston and Baltimore to Reykjavik, Iceland for as little as $99 each way. On top of that, they’re also offering one-stop flights from those same two U.S. cities to London and Copenhagen for $228 round trip. 

“Paying even $200 for a one-way flight to, say, London, is unheard of. It just doesn’t exist.” – Tom Parsons, CEO of bestfares.com

You might think these incredibly low ticket prices are a scam but they’re real. The catch is they won’t last forever and even when they are available, you’ll be nickel and dimed for everything from seat choices, carry-on costs ($29), checked luggage ($50) and more.

Even if you account for all the added fees, the flights still come in much cheaper then the average cost of $600 for a round trip flight from Boston to Reykjavik, Iceland.

For the full story and breakdown, head on over to the Washington Post.

To book a flight, head over to WOW Air where you can find flights to Europe from Boston and Washington for $99 one way!

Infinite Comments - Tell Us How You Really Feel!

  • jtm2013

    I went to their website and it says it costs $165, one way from Washington (BWI) to Iceland. What’s the deal?

    • Jordan Q

      “As low as” doesn’t mean always $99.

      • http://www.myeyesarehungry.com Neil

        Flights as low as $1!!

    • bri fox

      it’s a great deal.

    • http://w00master.tumblr.com w00master

      That’s still an amazing deal

    • tgh_txp_rn

      International departure taxes!

  • cv

    How can they manage to do this?

    • AgNO3

      Iceland subsidies to get people to iceland in winter when its not only cold. (Like NYC winter Cold) but freaking dark.

      • SP

        It’s actually not bad. I went there in November. It’s not eerily dark or anything. In Reykjavik at least,the small amount of daylight didn’t affect our activities.

  • AgNO3

    If you want to go to Iceland in Winter sure. Which is fine. Don’t care about the cold but the dark is an issue.

    • SP

      Have you ever been there? The dark isn’t an issue and doesn’t affect any of your activities in Reykjavik. You can still have a great time once it goes past daylight.

      • AgNO3

        Yeah been there a lot. Unless you plan to just stay in reykjavik and drink. Winter is not the most ideal time to be touring iceland until at least mid march.

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