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WOW Air Sale, $199 Flights to Tel Aviv
WOW Air has another sale with some good prices for travel to Tel Aviv from several US airports. Let’s check the details of the offer.
WOW air offers cheap flights to Tel Aviv, the city that never sleeps. Soak up the sun by the Mediterranean Sea, visit world renowned museums, explore inspiring historic sites and enjoy the vibrant Tel Aviv nightlife, in one of the most visited cities of Israel. You can fly from several US cities for $199 one way, with a stop over in Iceland.
Service to Tel Aviv’s Ben Gurion Airport will start once again June 10, 2019 and will be offered four times each week from New York, Boston, Washington D.C., Baltimore, Detroit, Chicago, San Francisco and Los Angeles.
A round trip flight must be booked to get the promotional $199 price for the first leg.
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 $199 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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