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Budget airline LEVEL is expanding

Budget airline LEVEL is expanding The budget airline LEVEL is coming to Vienna this week. The first flights will take place between Vienna and London on July 17th for the low, low price of $30 for a one-way ticket; flights between Vienna and Palma de Mallorca will begin on the same day. According to the Independent, the former Barcelona-based airline will start flying to “six Spanish destinations and three cities in Italy, as well as Paris, Dubrovnik, and Larnaca in Cyprus” from Vienna within just four weeks. LEVEL airline, owned by IAG (International Airline Group) like budget airline Vueling, currently flies to 133 destinations in 36 countries, with a fleet of 110 aircrafts, but is new to the short-haul…

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Southwest tickets for $49

Southwest tickets for $49 In a move to join all those other airlines that are offering sweet deals at the start of spring, Southwest Airlines is currently selling one-way tickets to dozens of popular destinations for as low as $49 USD. In celebration of the First Day of Spring, Southwest is offering discounted prices for flights that take off between April and June, or August and October. “Spring is in the air,” reads Southwest’s website, “Shouldn’t you be too?” Some of the cheapest options include a $59 flight to Grand Cayman from Fort Lauderdale, a $54 flight from Portland, or to San Francisco, and a $49 flight from Atlanta to Nashville. For those still enduring a long and bitter…

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Tickets to Europe less than $100

Tickets to Europe less than $100 After a bitterly long winter, it is understandable for someone to start fantasizing about watching the flowers bloom on another continent. Fortunately for residents of the Northeast, Iceland’s WOW Airlines is offering a limited number of super discounted flights to Europe this spring. Between now and June, WOW is offering one-way tickets from Boston, Pittsburgh, Washington D.C., New York, and Chicago to Reykjavik, Iceland for only $99.00 USD. Round-trip tickets will run the penny-saving traveler a total of $199.98. For those living outside of the Northeast/Midwest, you can still get some remarkably low prices for a flight to the island. This spring, one-way flights to Reykjavik from Cincinnati and Miami come in at…

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Best budget airlines

Best budget airlines If I had a dollar for every time someone asked me how I can afford to travel so much I’d be flying first class. People often assume that international travel is a luxury only to be afforded by the ultra-wealthy, but that’s just a lie to keep you grounded. The truth of the matter is that you don’t need to have a six-figure salary to have a full passport. The secret is to be smart about travel, do your research, and fly with one of these budget airlines. Note: All prices are quoted in USD. 1. Air New Zealand With the world’s first — almost — lie-flat beds in economy, Air New Zealand is the best…

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Budget airlines hurting environment

Budget airlines hurting environment Up until a few years ago, it was normal to pay more $1,000 or more for roundtrip airfare between North America and Europe. But with the entry of Norwegian, WOW Air, and a host of other low-cost airlines, the no-frills services which dominate the European and Asian flight markets have found their way to transatlantic routes. This disruption is making international flights cheaper and causing legacy airlines to panic, but it also forces us to think about the larger environmental impacts of air travel. Flying internationally is getting really cheap really fast It’s now possible to fly one-way to Ireland or the United Kingdom from Boston or New York for $99 or from Los Angeles…

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