$65 Flights To Europe? We're In!

Could the days of rock-bottom airfares be upon us once again? Today, Norwegian Air announced that it would begin offering $65 one-way tickets on select routes from the U.S. to Europe. Ten East coast routes to the UK and Ireland will be graced with the ultra-cheap fare; the U.S. cities of origin will be New York, Providence (R.I.) and Hartford (Conn.). The airline will soon introduce a $99 pricing tier; by comparison, Reuters reports that prices for a one-way ticket from New York to Dublin in mid-June with other airlines range from about $655 to $2,755 on Expedia. Here's to hoping airlines stop jaking us around now that gas prices have dropped. Wasn't their excuse for hiking prices because of fuel costs? Hmmm...

This picture taken on February 23, 2017, shows an airplane taking off from Schiphol Airport at Schiphol.  There is a heavy storm over the Netherlands with wind guts of 100-120 kilometers per hour. / AFP / ANP / Koen van Weel / Netherlands OUT        (Photo credit should read KOEN VAN WEEL/AFP/Getty Images)


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