It’s Easier Than Ever to Book a Cheap Ticket to Europe! WOW Air Adds Yet Another US City
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A couple of weeks ago I told you about WOW Air expanding service to 4 new US cities.
WOW Air Adds Dallas to List of Destinations
Starting May 24, 2018, WOW Air will begin service from the Dallas-Fort Worth airport. They’ll operate 3 weekly flights to Reykjavik on Tuesdays, Thursdays, and Saturdays.
All WOW Air flights route through their hub in Reykjavik, Iceland. But they fly to many other destinations in Europe, like Berlin, Dublin, and Edinburgh! For example, I found round-trip flights from Dallas to Dublin for just $149 in June 2018. That’s an incredible deal!
Just remember, WOW Air charges fees for seat selection, large carry-on bags, and checked bags. So you’ll get the best deal if you pack light. 😉
And don’t forget to out my trip report from my visit to Iceland, when I learned that folks from Iceland are some of the nicest in the world!
Starting May 24, 2018, WOW Air will begin service between Dallas and Reykjavik, Iceland. That’s good news for folks looking to get to Europe for cheap!
Here’s hoping WOW Air continues to expand their list of US cities!
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