WOW Air has dropped many routes to Iceland to just $99 one-way and $129 one-way to mainland Europe. Roundtrip fares start at $199 to Iceland and $289 to Europe.

Travel is valid on scattered dates in September and October. A few routes may have some availability in other fall months. Some routes are only operated on limited days/week so be sure to check our fare details for specifics. MyWOW fares require signing up for a free membership.

There is no expiration date and prices may jump at any time.

A sample of fares include:

Pittsburgh to Reykjavik $199 roundtrip, nonstop

Boston to Reykjavik $200 roundtrip, nonstop

Newark to Reykjavik $200 roundtrip, nonstop

New York to Paris $289 roundtrip

Boston to Paris $289 roundtrip

Boston to Dublin $289 roundtrip

New York to Stockholm $289 roundtrip

Boston to Dusseldorf $289 roundtrip

Newark to Brussels $289 roundtrip

St. Louis to Dublin $289 roundtrip

Dallas to Stockholm $309 roundtrip

Cincinnati to Paris $309 roundtrip

Boston to Brussels $309 roundtrip

New York to Frankfurt $329 roundtrip

Cleveland to Dublin $329 roundtrip

Cincinnati to Frankfurt $329 roundtrip

Los Angeles to Paris $339 roundtrip

New York to Dusseldorf $349 roundtrip

Cincinnati to London-Gatwick $349 roundtrip

San Francisco to Frankfurt $369 roundtrip

Boston to Lyon $379 roundtrip

Baltimore to Edinburgh $399 roundtrip

WOW basic fares only include one small personal item up to 22 lbs. Carry-on bag fees start around $40-$50 each way when purchased during booking. Checked bag fees start around $50-$70 each way. Wow also sells a few different bundled fare options should you wish to purchase multiple extras at a discount.

For more fares, check out all of our fares to Reykjavik (KEF), Brussels (BRU), Paris (CDG), Frankfurt (FRA), Dublin (DUB), Dusseldorf (DUS), Edinburgh (EDI), London-Gatwick (LGW), and Stockholm (ARN).

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