A NEW low-cost airline has launched cheap flights from the UK to New York from just £139.
PLAY airline, which launched last year, has announced low-cost introductory flights to celebrate the new route.
Flights, which go on sale from today, will fly from London Stansted to New York Stewart International Airport, a smaller airport just outside the city.
Good deal £139 ticket price Only on offer until 7 February and the standard fare will cost £159, with four flights a week.
However, the reason the fares are low is that they include a pause, so you will have to stop for 1h35 in Reykjavik.
Passengers will have to pay extra fees like luggage and legroom, but they can bring one personal item on board.
PLAY CEO Birgir Jónsson, PLAY CEO, said: “After we learned of the increase in the area around New York Stewart and the benefits it brought, we didn’t hesitate to take advantage of this airport opportunity.“
UK travelers may not have heard of New York airport, with commonly used airports being JFK and Newark.
However, Stewart Airport There is a shuttle to the city center, which takes 90 minutes, or train service from nearby Beacon Station to the city.
PLAY has been announced cheap to other US hotspots will be released this year.
Also traveling from London Stansted, flights to Baltimore/Washington International Airport will commence April 20 and May 11 to Boston Logan International Airport.
And Norway, which used to offer low fares between the UK and US, scrapped long-haul flights last year due to Covid.
JetBlue currently has cheap fares between United Kingdom and New York, from £319.
https://www.thesun.co.uk/travel/17506578/cheap-flights-new-york-play-budget/ Budget airline launching cheap flights to New York from just £139