How to Snag a $99 Flight to Europe

July 26, 2017, 1:16 PM UTC

Flying overseas doesn’t have to cost a fortune.

Scandinavian budget carrier Primera Air is launching service out of Boston and Newark—and it’s offering some remarkably cheap flights to mark the occasion. The airline is charging just $99 one-way for select flights to Birmingham, England; London-Stansted; and Paris-Charles De Gaulle.

Flights begin next May and can be purchased now.

Primera is a budget carrier, so there is something of a price to be paid if you book one of those cheap flights. Frills such as in-flight entertainment aren’t an option and an in-flight meal will run $40-$70 (drinks aren’t included either). You’ll also have to pay for things like checked bags ($45 each) and securing an assigned seat (a $40 charge).

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The carrier does offer free in-flight Wi-Fi and charging for electronics, though.

Booking a more expensive premium seat will get you a break on some of those extra costs. But if you can get by with a carry-on, load up your tablet with movies, and grab a slice of pizza at the airport before you board, this could be a cheap way to get away next spring.