Play Airlines’ Latest Sale Has Flights to Europe Starting at $99

Low-cost Icelandic airline Play is celebrating the Memorial Day holiday with a flash sale that has one-way flights to Europe starting at just $99.

The sale, which must be booked by midnight ET on May 27, is valid on travel from August through December, Play shared with Travel + Leisure. The flash sale is available for travel to some of Europe’s most popular destinations from Iceland and Amsterdam to Paris and beyond.

“Summer is finally here and Play challenges travelers to get ahead on their shoulder season trips to take advantage of low prices and a calmer time of the year to visit top tourist destinations,” Einar Örn Ólafsson, Play’s CEO, told T+L. “Getaways during the fall and winter are a perfect time to unwind after a hectic summer, and Play wants to make these trips more affordable with this Memorial Day Discount to kick off summer and travel planning.”

Travelers can save big with $99 one-way flights to Iceland, or pay just $129 for one-way flights to Amsterdam, Berlin, Copenhagen, Dublin, Dusseldorf, Hamburg, London, and Paris, according to the airline. 

The sale flights are available from any of Play’s gateway airports in the United States: Baltimore/Washington International Thurgood Marshall Airport (BWI), Boston Logan International Airport (BOS), New York Stewart International Airport (SWF), or Washington Dulles International Airport (IAD).

Exact travel dates and blackout dates vary by destination. Flights to Iceland, Amsterdam, Copenhagen, London, and Paris, for example, are valid on Mondays from Aug. 19 to Nov. 25 and from Dec. 2 to Dec. 16. Travelers must book a roundtrip flight to take advantage of the sale.

Play, which first started operating flights in Europe in 2021 before finally launching its first flight from the U.S., operates a “hub-and-spoke model” in which all flights connect through Reykjavik before heading on to other destinations across Europe. The airline flies to more than two dozen European cities.

Play is a low-cost carrier and charges per flight leg for everything from checked bags to food and drinks.

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