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This Low-cost Airline Is Celebrating Valentine's Day With $99 Flights to Iceland — or a $129 Europe Stopover

The promotion is valid from now through Feb. 6 at 11:59 p.m. EST for travel through December, with the exception of June, July, and August.

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A new low-cost airline is giving passengers the opportunity to travel to two different countries for the price of one. 

This week, Play Airlines announced a new sale that provides discounted fares combined with the opportunity to add a multi-day stopover in their main hub of Reykjavík, Iceland. For example, a traveler can book a ticket from Boston Logan Airport to Paris Charles de Gaulle Airport, and add a several-day visit to Iceland in the middle, for no extra charge. 

The carrier operates services in the United States departing from New York (SWF - Stewart International Airport), Boston (BOS), Baltimore (BWI), and Washington (IAD). The flights often connect in Iceland to various destinations in Europe including London, Paris, Amsterdam, and Berlin.

The fare sale offers $99 flights to Iceland from the U.S., or $129 on fares that continue to one of the Europe destinations. The promotion is valid from now through Feb. 6 at 11:59 p.m. EST for travel through December, with the exception of June, July, and August.  The maximum stopover in Iceland is ten days.

The fares include all taxes and are booked in the "PLAY Basic" category, which only includes a personal item. Travelers can bring carry-on or checked bags for additional fees. 

“PLAY has taken advantage of Iceland’s location near Europe to bring travelers convenient flights and affordable fares, and now the stopover feature brings even more benefits to our passengers,” PLAY’s CEO Birgir Jónsson said in a news release. “Long stayovers are a win-win for both us and our passengers to enable exploration at a low price.”

The airline provided air travel for over 1.5 million passengers in 2023, according to data provided by the company. 

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