Get a $69 flight to Copenhagen.
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Need a last-minute jaunt to Europe?

WOWAir has brought back its super cheap flights to Europe, offering one-way $69 flights from six U.S. airports to Iceland, and $89 flights to more destinations in Europe.

The discounted flights are available Newark International Airport, Boston Logan International Airport, Chicago’s O’Hare, Baltimore-Washington International Airport, Pittsburgh International Airport, and San Francisco International Airport.

The destinations include Reykjavík, London, Amsterdam, Copenhagen, Brussels, Edinburgh, Dublin, and Frankfurt.

“We want to start the year by giving our customers some of the lowest prices available,” WOW Air CEO Skúli Mogensen, said in a statement. “We saw great success and growth over the last year and I am confident it will continue into 2018 by offering great deals on transatlantic flights.”

Iceland-based WOW Air has been leading the way on super cheap flights to Europe for the past year. Fares go on sale Tuesday, for travel between January 17, 2018 and April 24, 2018.

If those destinations or dates don't fit your needs, WOW Air isn't the only airline with ultra-cheap flights to Europe this year. A brand new airline, Primera Air, which will launch officially in late spring, is offering $99 flights to Europe in the summer.

Sale prices include New York to Birmingham for $119, New York to Paris or London for $159, Boston to Birmingham for $119, Boston to London for $139, and Boston to Paris for $149. Currently, Primera Air only operates out of these two U.S. cities.

Both airlines are budget carriers, meaning you should check all the fine print about extra fees before booking. Things like checked baggage, and in-flight food or other services, cost extra. But if you're willing to plan around the limitations, this is your chance to visit Europe in 2018 on a very tight budget.