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We’ve officially seen it all. Forget comparing international flight prices to expensive dinners, we can now compare prices to filling up a tank of gas, or petroleum, for everyone else in the world. Norwegian Airlines is expanding faster than a new Beyonce single and to celebrate they’ve officially broken the fare barrier, $65 all in one way tickets from the U.S. to Europe!

The Deals…

Norwegian are following Stevie Nicks and going their own way. They’re launching service from strategically brilliant airports near major cities such as Boston, New York and Providence with service from each city to Edinburgh, Dublin, Shannon and Belfast. The routes feature brand new 737 MAX aircraft, the newest plane in the sky and to celebrate, we’re seeing $65 one way fares to Europe from New York City (Newburgh SWF Airport), Hartford (Bradley BDL Airport) and  Boston/Providence (TF Green PVD Airport). All of these locations are within an hour of their major city.

The Dates…

These fares are valid from June 15-December 31st to Scotland and July 1st to December 31st to Northern Ireland.

How To Book This Ridiculous Deal…

First off, this deal allows a carry on, which is incredible. You can check out Norwegian’s promo site for these fares here, which will show you a calendar of dates where you can book $65 one way tickets to Europe. Use miles, to get home, book a throwaway ticket back, who cares, you’r going to Europe for $65. Insane…

Gilbert Ott

Gilbert Ott is an ever curious traveler and one of the world's leading travel experts. His adventures take him all over the globe, often spanning over 200,000 miles a year and his travel exploits are regularly...

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