Play Airlines Is Celebrating Black Friday And Cyber Monday Deals On Flights To Europe

Nov 25, 2023

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For Black Friday, Cyber Monday, and Travel Tuesday, Play Airlines is offering a new deal. You can now get a 35% discount on flights from Stewart Airport to several popular European destinations, including Iceland, Paris, Berlin, Frankfurt, London, Copenhagen, Dublin, and Amsterdam.

This offer is valid between November 24th and 28th, and you can book flights for travel between December 2023  and May 2024 on flyplay.com. You do not need a promo code to avail of this offer.

Two former executives of Wow Air, which ceased operations and went bankrupt in March 2019, founded Play. The airline has been operating daily flights from Newburgh to Reykjavik since June 2022, and it has been expanding its list of destinations.

Recently, Play launched new routes to Amsterdam, Glasgow, and Venice, allowing travelers to plan spring getaways, summer trips, and spontaneous vacations, as stated by Play CEO Birgir Jónsson.

For Hudson Valley residents, Stewart Airport is a convenient option, while for those coming from New York City, Play provides a Stewart Airport Express shuttle that is timed with its flights.

“(Stewart) is a popular airport for New York and surrounding area travelers as it offers the convenience that other airports in the area do not. It is uniquely situated as a hub for travelers in Manhattan, the growing Hudson Valley area, and surrounding states,” Jónsson said.

Play’s fares encompass all necessary fees, taxes, and carrier charges. However, there are limitations and baggage fees that may apply. You can visit Play’s website to obtain more information on their baggage fees.

From Friday, November 24 to Tuesday, November 28, Play Airlines, an Icelandic budget airline, is providing a discount of 35% on its already budget-friendly flights from Boston Logan International Airport (BOS), Baltimore/Washington International Thurgood Marshall Airport (BWI), and New York’s Stewart International Airport (SWF) to various destinations in Europe.

  • Reyjavík
  • Paris
  • Berlin
  • Frankfurt
  • London
  • Copenhagen
  • Dublin
  • Amsterdam

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