Yes, You Can Really Get $69 Flights to Europe Right Now (Video)
It may already be nearing the end of July, but that doesn’t mean it’s too late to book an epic summer vacation to Europe. And, with low-cost airline Primera Air, you can get there for less than $100.
The airline is running a super sale right now offering flights from Newark, Boston, or D.C. to London, or from Newark or Boston to Paris, all starting at $69 one way. The return flight will cost a bit more — however, if you’re flexible on your travel dates you can score a return flight as cheap as $119. The catch is that travel must take place between July 12 to September 30.
Deals like this can’t last forever, and tickets are most certainly selling out fast, but travelers can still find other flights for as little as $119 to Europe and most return flights for under $500.
The budget airline could soon be adding new routes as well.
“There is clearly a huge amount of appetite for low-fare transatlantic flights and we’ve seen more than 70,000 passengers booking flights on our new transatlantic routes,” Chief commercial officer Anastasija Visnakova told Travel Weekly. “This gives us a great amount of encouragement to build on the existing routes throughout winter and continue to run a daily operation between London Stansted and New York.”
And, just because you’re in Europe doesn’t mean you need to break the bank on hotels, dining out or entertainment either. Check out Travel + Leisure’s guide to getting around Europe for less than $380 and read up on planning the perfect budget-friendly excursions with these 13 affordable trips around the continent.