The one-way deals are available from a variety of U.S. stops. 

Talia Avakian
November 07, 2018

Budget airline WOW Air may have recently signed into an agreement to be purchased by Icelandair, but the carrier is still offering its ultra-low-cost flights with its latest sale.

Whether travelers are looking to take a winter getaway or take a European trip in 2019 for a fraction of the price, they’ll find deals starting at just $99.99 one-way.

The $99.99 one-way flights are to Reykjavik, Iceland, and are available from a variety of cities that include Boston, Chicago, St. Louis, and Washington, D.C. Return flights also start at $99.99, giving travelers a round-trip total of about $200.

Deals to Iceland also include $109.99 one-way flights from New York, Detroit, and Pittsburgh, and $129.99 one-way flights from Los Angeles, with the rates available for travel periods ranging from November through January of 2019.

Additional savings include $159.99 one-way flights to stops that include Amsterdam, Barcelona, Berlin, Brussels, Copenhagen, Dublin, Frankfurt, London, Milan and Paris.

Travelers will find the $159.99 one-way deals from U.S. cities including Boston, Chicago, New York, Pittsburgh and Washington, D.C. Deals from Detroit, Los Angeles, Orlando, and St. Louis start a bit higher at $179.99 one-way.

The deals are available for a variety of dates ranging from November through March of 2019, giving travelers the chance to explore Christmas markets, see snow-capped peaks, and enjoy prime spring flower displays.

The lowered costs come just days after the Icelandair Group entered into a shared purchase agreement to purchase all shares of the airline, which is subject to approval from Icelandair Group’s shareholders. The airlines will continue to operate under separate brands with the new agreement, though it remains unclear at this time whether this will mean a stop in the low prices WOW Air has become known for.

Both airlines were unable to comment on what pricing structures will look like down the line at this point, though Icelandair is now in a position where it could expand its reach after acquiring its competitor, with its stock jumping up 50 percent since the news.

Passengers booking the current deals with WOW Air will want to note that the airline is a budget carrier and does charge additional fees for amenities like seat selection and checked bags.

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