Low-cost airline PLAY is offering deals from Boston to Europe this week



PLAY begins flying to Logan International Airport on May 11.

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Boston’s new low-cost airline is offering discount airfares to Europe, but travelers must book by Friday.

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PLAY’s based in Iceland 25% off flash sale on flights to Europe from Boston, Baltimore and New York is available from April 18 to April 22. The agreement celebrates the airline’s inaugural flight from Thurgood Marshall International Airport in Baltimore/Washington on Wednesday.

To take advantage of the offer, travelers must book return flights by Friday for travel between April 18 and June 10 or September 1 and November 15.

PLAY customers can benefit from reduced fares to the following destinations: Barcelona; Berlin; Brussels; Copenhagen; Dublin; Gothenburg, Sweden; Iceland; Liverpool; London; Madrid; Paris; Stavanger, Norway; and Trondheim, Norway.

The airline says its “pay for what you need” model keeps fares affordable. Passengers receive a personal item and pay extra for upgrades such as meals, checked baggage, extra legroom, etc.

Last month, the airline offered deals to Europe to celebrate its May 11 launch at Logan International Airport. The airline will begin flights from New York Stewart International Airport on June 9.

Travelers can book trips at flyplay.com.


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