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$99 Flight Sale: Many US cities to Europe from only $99 one-way

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Super cheap flights from many US cities to Europe from only $99 one-way.
Also works in reverse (from €124 one-way).

DEPART:
Pittsburgh/Boston/San Francisco/Chicago/Washington DC/Miami/New York/Detroit/St. Louis/Cleveland/Cincinnati/Los Angeles, USA

ARRIVE:
Brussels, Belgium
Reykjavik, Iceland
Copenhagen, Denmark
Dublin, Ireland
Milan, Italy
London, UK
Frankfurt/Berlin, Germany
Tel Aviv, Israel

DATES:
Availability from September 2017 to August 2018

https://wowair.us/
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Flew with WOW airlines last year and regretted every waking hour. My only advice is to avoid any layover in Iceland. During a plane transfer I watch them remeasure everyone's personal luggage. Process took an extra 45 minutes. Making us late. I personally wasn't charged but I definitely sat there in line watching it all happen. "Baggage shaming"
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Not too impressed based on my expectations from the advertisement. From NYC to Berlin-- two destinations advertised in the promotion-- the cheapest I can find on any date is $289 1 way- three times more than what looks to my eyes like "bait and switch" bargains. Again, $600+ bags is not bad airfare, but not so great to take an unplanned trip with my partner (which was what I was hoping for when I saw the 99 sign.
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Quote from DennisJKing
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DATES:
Availability from September 2017 to August 2018

https://wowair.us/
WOWair? No thanks. If you put that in the subject, plenty of people won't even click. WOW sucks.
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latest I could get from the west coast was march 2018, calendar doesn't seem available after that/
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99 $ flight to europe, with no luggage no drinks no meals .

THATS NO FUN,
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I have flown WOW many times and have had no issues. I don't get the gripe, maybe I'm just lucky. The Flight attendants were very nice. Seats were as comfortable as any other airline. Plane was exceptionally clean.
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Ive said it before, Wow Air is the best flight experience I have ever had. The attendants were super nice, flight was only about 60% full so you could stretch out or move to any seat of your choice.

Yes its a budget airline, but if you know that going in then its not a problem. You can buy a water at the airport for $4-5 or you can buy it on the plane for $3, its no big deal. Plus if you bring your own jug we could have filled it at the station inside the plane.

I went to Iceland and back for $360 Including my Checked bag. That was a freaking bargain.
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Please put WOW Airlines in the title
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WOWair? No thanks. If you put that in the subject, plenty of people won't even click. WOW sucks.
agreed, they charge for seat, carryon etc. if you add these up, your ticket price would be more than any airlines.
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99 $ flight to europe, with no luggage no drinks no meals .

THATS NO FUN,
Fly Greyhound to Detroit for fun...it will cost a little more.
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I'm sure they're providing comfortable flights. I'm only a little nervous about new budget foreign airlines and their budget toward aircraft safety, reliability, and maintenance. I'd probably prefer Icelandair as a long established airline if going to Iceland.
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I'm sure they're providing comfortable flights. I'm only a little nervous about new budget foreign airlines and their budget toward aircraft safety, reliability, and maintenance. I'd probably prefer Icelandair as a long established airline if going to Iceland.

They are not comfortable, they use the same seats as Spirit and Frontier. Those really thin seats with about a half inch of cushion. Those hurt me for a 1-2 hour flight, good luck going overseas with that supporting your back.
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I'm sure they're providing comfortable flights. I'm only a little nervous about new budget foreign airlines and their budget toward aircraft safety, reliability, and maintenance. I'd probably prefer Icelandair as a long established airline if going to Iceland.
Having been in the aircraft maintenance technician industry, this should be the primary concern of budget airlines carriers. Although the major carriers seem to be now cutting costs anyway they can also in an effort to compete, they tend to be better about maintenance and safety.
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WOW Air is fine, but it's really ideal for solo travelers (i.e. no kids, and not needing to sit a group together) that are bringing ONLY a small carry-on bag. Otherwise the fees will make this no better than a sale fare on a regular carrier.

Also, the mandatory early-morning layover in Rejkavik sucks. It basically ensures you will get no sleep whatsoever on the trip overseas, and the connections are often super tight.
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