This Airline Is Offering U.S. Fights To London, Dublin, Amsterdam Starting At $124 One-Way


Low-cost Play, an Icelandic airline is providing flights to the UK and Europe for as little as $129 to mark the tip of the summer time. 

According to the airline, tickets, which have to be reserved between Aug. 20 and Sept. 4, are legitimate for departures from the United States to Iceland, Copenhagen, London, Dublin, Amsterdam and Glasgow from October via March 2024. Flights to Iceland begin at $129 every manner, whereas costs for flights to different places begin at $159 every manner.

“Summer is winding down and now is the perfect time for travelers to book a shoulder season getaway to look forward to this fall or winter,” Birgir Jónsson, the CEO of Play, advised T+L. “With PLAY’s flights to popular European destinations under $160, travelers can save on airfare and book the vacation of their dreams… in the off season, avoiding crowds and saving their budget for the experiences that will make the trip memorable.”

Flights may be bought from numerous Play’s U.S. gateway airports, together with Washington Dulles International Airport, Boston Logan International Airport, Baltimore/Washington International Thurgood Marshall Airport and New York Stewart International Airport.

Flights booked across the Thanksgiving and Christmas holidays are excluded from this promotion. All airline taxes, charges and fees are already included within the airfare.

Play launched its first journey from the United States in 2022 and commenced flights in Europe in 2021. All of the low-cost airline’s flights move via Reykjavik earlier than persevering with to different European cities or returning to the United States as a part of its “hub-and-spoke model”

The supply comes after a summer time during which worldwide journey was extremely costly, particularly when it got here to tickets to Europe. According to journey app Hopper, flights to Europe are 7% dearer than earlier than the pandemic.

Except for journey to Europe, home airfares are anticipated to say no 2% this month and stay secure via mid-September.


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