PLAY Starts Offering Cheap Fares Out of NYC
PLAY, a low-cost Icelandic air carrier, started flying out of NYC this week. PLAY on Thursday began daily flights to New York Stewart International from Keflavik International. The airline launched its first U.S. flights on April 20, at from Baltimore/Washington International Thurgood Marshall Airport and then Boston on May 11th.
PLAY is the only carrier to operate international flights at New York Stewart, which is located about one hour north of NYC.
There’s also a Graduation Flash Deal sale to celebrate the new route. Through the end of the day today, you can get discounted fares to Iceland and also Berlin (BER), Paris (CDG), Dublin (DUB), and Copenhagen (CPH) for travel between September 3 and November 12 of this year. All Play Airlines flights operate out of New York Stewart International Airport in New Windsor, New York. Prices are advertised as one-way fares for $99-$129.
Here’s the cheapest round-trip that I found, for about $243. You can find round-trip just barely under $300 for other European destinations.
While the price includes your ticket, passengers should make sure to review Play’s baggage policies, as they likely differ from those of bigger carriers.
Play will also launch Orlando flights starting on October 1st.
The advertised fare is per person, per one-way flight when booking round-trip flights from New York SWF to Iceland KEF or Berlin BER, Dublin DUB, Copenhagen CPH and Paris CDG via Iceland on our website www.flyplay.com. The advertised fare is inclusive of all mandatory taxes, fees and carrier charges. Restrictions and baggage fees apply.
- First come – first serve!
- Flights from New York SWF to Iceland from $99.
- Flights from New York SWF to Berlin BER, Paris CDG, Dublin DUB and Copenhagen CPH from $129.
- Destinations: Iceland KEF or Berlin BER, Paris CDG, Dublin DUB and Copenhagen CPH from New York SWF via Iceland.
- Flight period to Iceland: Wednesdays, August 31 – November 16, 2022
- Flight period to Berlin, Paris, Dublin and Copenhagen: Saturdays, September 3 – November 12, 2022