Jun012017

WOW Air $55 one way to Europe June travel

WOW Air has $55 one way fares to Europe from Los Angeles, San Francisco and Miami for travel in June 2017. The one-way fare back to the USA is many times higher. You will need an alternative ticket home using miles to get a real round trip deal.

There are only a few dates for each route and limited tickets.

WOW Air $55

Google Flights calendar offers a quick view of low fare dates. Links below are Google Flights date with $55 fares at time of posting.

LAX – Amsterdam $55

LAX – Berlin SXF $55

LAX – Copenhagen $55

LAX – Dublin $55

LAX – London LGW $55

SFO – Amsterdam $55

SFO – Berlin SXF $55

SFO – Copenhagen CPH $55

SFO – Dublin $55

SFO – London LGW $55

Additional low fares to even more destinations like Cork, Ireland; Edinburgh, Scotland, Brussels and Frankfurt are available from Miami.

I booked a one way ticket for $150 on Iberia’s Level for travel SFO to Barcelona this month. I will fly home on a round trip ticket from Stockholm flying British Airways with a return flight next December for $470.

WOW Air is bare bones flying with no inflight entertainment and charges for everything. I flew WOW Air twice in January and April on $70 one way tickets SFO to Copenhagen. My flights were $70 all-in traveling with no self-selected seat assignment or paid bags. I traveled with one small backpack in winter to Iceland and Scandinavia and survived. Summer travel on WOW with a small carry-on for free is certainly manageable.

Getting a deal back to the USA is the real challenge.

WOW Air $70 SFO-KEF flight review, YMMV. (April 4, 2017).

Filling in the Gap Home on $70 WOW one way fares to Europe (March 10, 2017).

Ticketing back to SFO with WOW Air $70 one way tickets from SFO (Feb 16, 2017).

WOW Air $70 one-way tickets to Europe wasted my best made travel plans (Feb 15, 2017).

WOW Air SFO to Copenhagen $69 my best low fare deal to Europe ever (Jan 25, 2017).

About Ric Garrido

Ric Garrido of Monterey, California started Loyalty Traveler in 2006 for traveler education on hotel and air travel, primarily using frequent flyer and frequent guest loyalty programs for bargain travel. Loyalty Traveler joined BoardingArea.com in 2008.

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