Airfare to Europe for as low as $99 each way!

Wow Air Sale

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Wow Air is a new low cost carrier based in Iceland. They are soon launching service from both Boston and Baltimore to Reykajavik, Iceland with connections further on into Europe.

In October they made big waves with one-way fares to Europe as low as $99. According to the Points Guy, this sale has returned with fares between the U.S. & Iceland for as low as $99 and between the U.S. and London as low as $205 each way.

Update: A reader has informed me that these flights can more easily be searched on Google Flights. Select the date box and you can see a calendar view to easily find the lowest prices. (The link shows flights from BOS. Change to BWI if you want flights from Baltimore.)

For some reason the low fares show as $110 on Google Flights, but are correctly priced at $99 when you click through to the WOW Air site.

For the full details and a selection of dates, see this Points Guy post.

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