No, we're not joking—Norwegian Air is now offering flights from the U.S. to the Europe for under $100 each way.
The budget airline debuted its highly anticipated transatlantic routes this week, with the $65 promotional fares selling out very quickly. But under $100 from the East Coast to Ireland, Northern Ireland, and Scotland is still a crazy good deal. The ten new routes start this summer, as early as June.
Routes available at the $99 price include flights from Rhode Island's T.F. Green Airport (PVD) to Edinburgh (starting June 16), Belfast (July 1), Cork (July 1), Dublin (July 2), and Shannon (July 3); from New York's Stewart International Airport (SWF) to Edinburgh (June 15), Belfast (July 1), Dublin (July 1), and Shannon (July 2); and Connecticut's Bradley International Airport (BDL) to Edinburgh (starting June 17).
Norwegian Air isn't the only budget airline dishing out money-saving fares to Europe: Iceland's WOW Air has deals as low as $179 from the West Coast to cities across the pond like Copenhagen, Stockholm, Berlin, and London.
Of course, traveling via budget airlines is definitely a tradeoff; there are often fees associated with everything from snacks to picking your seat to both checked and carry on luggage. Be sure to make sure to read the fine print before booking, or your total could be higher than you bargained for. And maybe pack a little bit smarter.
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h/t Travel + Leisure