This Low-cost Airline Has 25% Off Flights to London, Paris, and More — When to Book

The sale must be booked by March 26.

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Low-cost airline Play is making it easier to get to Europe this summer with 25 percent off flights to popular cities from Paris and Amsterdam to London, and beyond.

The sale, which must be booked by 12 a.m. ET on March 26, is available for travel from April to June, from August to November, and from January to February, Play shared with Travel + Leisure. The sale is available from Play’s gateway airports in the United States: Baltimore/Washington International Thurgood Marshall Airport, Boston Logan International Airport, New York Stewart International Airport, and Washington Dulles International Airport.

“Spring is finally here and travelers should begin planning their summer and fall getaways to Europe,” Play’s CEO Einar Örn Ólafsson told T+L. “Travelers who are looking for incredible, memorable experiences can book dream getaways even on a tight budget with PLAY’s streamlined service, already-low fares, and this discount. We welcome spring by giving travelers trips to look forward to this year, with more flexibility to splurge on excursions and activities to enjoy in Europe.”

The sale includes big savings on flights to several popular European destinations, like Play’s home country of Iceland as well as to Berlin, Dublin, Copenhagen, Amsterdam, Stockholm, Paris, and London.

Tickets during the sale include all taxes, fees, and carrier charges, but do not include extras like baggage.

Icelandic airline Play operates a "hub-and-spoke” model in which all flights connect through Reykjavik before heading on to other destinations in Europe or flying back to the U.S.

The airline is a low-cost carrier and charges for everything from checked bags to food and drinks. Play also charges for on board services, including water, and offers a selection of snacks like Icelandic chocolate and sandwiches.

Play first started operating flights in Europe in 2021 before launching its first flight from the U.S. in 2022.

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