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WOW Air, $129 Flights to Paris, London and Dublin
WOW Air has another sale with some good prices for travel to Europe. Let’s check the details of the offer.
Fly from several U.S. cities to Paris, London and Dublin for just $129 one way with WOW Air. You can fly from the following cities:
- Cincinnati, September – October, 2018
- Cleveland, September – October, 2018
- Dallas-Fort Worth, September – October, 2018
- Los Angeles, October 2018 – January, 2019
- Pittsburgh, October – December, 2018
- San Francisco, September 2018 – January, 2019
- St. Louis, September – December, 2018
They also have $99 flights to Iceland, which are pretty common with WOW Air.
You can book directly on their website.
WOW’s base fares are usually unbelievable but prepare yourself to pay for any extras and don’t assume anything will be free. WOW Air charges for almost everything, so make sure you go over their list of fees before booking. You’re only allowed a free carry-on item (17x13x10 in./22 lbs), which is very very small. You’ll have to pay for a carry-on bag and checked luggage.
Seat assignment will also cost you, $9.99-$10.99. Check out the full list of fees and charges here.
WOW is a budget airline so this sale is not for everyone. All flights have a stop in Iceland. For $129 it is a great deal if you can travel light. Return fares vary for each city, but you should be able to find some good prices.
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