Icelandic low-cost airline, WOW Air, announces Irish winter sale including flights from as little as $117  Dublin to destinations including WOW’s 15 North American destinations.

The Icelandic low-cost airline, WOW Air, has just announced a winter sale including flights from as little as $117 (€99.99) one-way from Dublin to destinations including New York, San Francisco and Toronto.

WOW Air’s latest sale also includes flights from $47 (€39.99) one way to Iceland as well as to the airline’s 15 North American destinations.

WOW air currently operates daily flights from Dublin to Iceland. The airline also connects its Irish passengers to 15 North American destinations, via Reykjavik, including new routes to Detroit, Cleveland, Cincinnati, St Louis and Dallas which were launched from Ireland earlier this year.

The airline also announced a new route from Dublin to Orlando, Florida, earlier this month. The new route will operate from Dublin, via Reykjavik, three times weekly, commencing on 18 December 2018 and running until April 2019.

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Irish passengers will be able to avail of flights from as little as €99.99 one way to 15 of the airline’s North American destinations, via Reykjavik, including cities such as New York, Boston, Chicago, LA, Toronto and Montréal.

The offer is available for booking from today (Wednesday) until 23:59 on Friday, 21 September 2018.  Flights must be booked for travel between 1 October 2018 and 31 January 2019. The offer is available on select flights only.

Commenting today, Svanhvít Fridriksdóttir, Director of Communications at WOW air, said:

“We are delighted to be able to continue to offer even lower fares to our Irish passengers, giving them the chance to visit Iceland or tick a bucket list city in North America off their travel list.

“The low fares are the perfect excuse to book that dream shopping trip to New York just in time for Christmas or escape the winter and fly to sunny LA or Orlando.”

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