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The low-cost Icelandic airline WOW Air is once again offering $99 one-way flights from the U.S. to Europe.

The airline announced the sale Tuesday as it prepares to launch departures out of New York City’s John F. Kennedy International Airport on April 26, 2018. Flights currently start at $99-one-way from JFK to popular European cities, including Paris, Frankfurt, Dublin, Copenhagen, Berlin, Amsterdam, and London.

Travelers can also book $99 one-way flights out of several other U.S. cities the airline already operates out of, with return rates starting at $189.99 (return rates fluctuate depending on the date of travel). These include flights from Miami to Paris, Amsterdam, Dublin, and Copenhagen; and from Boston and Pittsburgh to Paris, Amsterdam, London, Brussels, Dublin, Copenhagen, Edinburgh, and Stockholm. The $99 flights are also available from Newark, Cleveland, and Cincinnati, to Paris, Amsterdam, London, Frankfurt, Dublin, Copenhagen, and Berlin.

In addition to the JFK departures, which mark WOW Air’s first service out of New York City and the15th U.S. city WOW Air will offer flights from, the airline will also increase its weekly service of out New Jersey’s Newark International Airport to offer increased options for flying to Europe on the cheap.

The budget carrier does charge additional fees for amenities like entertainment and beverages, however, which can add to the cost of a flight.