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WOW Air: One-Way flights from US/Canada to Europe from $70 - March to June, 2017
Info at Fly4Free [fly4free.com]
More info at WowAir [wowair.us]

Fares available at Expedia [Expedia.com], Orbitz [Orbitz.com], WowAir, Momondo, etc.

Summary of WowAir optional fees and changes [wowair.us]

Sample fare at Momondo [momondo.com] (SFO-London June 6 for $70 OW)

Travel dates:
March June 2017
Routing:
From: Boston, Miami, San Francisco, Los Angeles, Washington DC, New York, Montreal, Toronto
To: London (LGW), Frankfurt, Bristol, Edinburgh, Copenhagen, Stockholm, Berlin, Amsterdam, Brussels, Dublin

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Baggage policy:
One cabin bag per passenger. Size up to 56 cm x 45 cm x 25 cm and 5kg maximum weight. You may book carry-on luggage up to 11kg at $48 each way or checked-in luggage at $67 each way.

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sloppy1 said:   Baggage policy:
One cabin bag per passenger. Size up to 56 cm x 45 cm x 25 cm and 5kg maximum weight. You may book carry-on luggage up to 11kg at $48 each way or checked-in luggage at $67 each way.

The weight information is not correct according to the WOW site.

Here's the current info from their web site.

https://wowair.co.uk/customer-service/faq/luggage/how-much-hand-luggage-can-i-take-me/

Each guest is permitted 2 items in the cabin. 1 personal item (free) and 1 carry-on bag (paid).

1 PERSONAL ITEM
Included in the WOW airfare is one small personal item up to a maximum of 42x32x25cm/ 17x13x10in (10kg/22 lbs), such as a small bag/backpack, laptop or a camera bag. Must fit under the seat in front of you.

1 CARRY-ON BAG
WOW air guests can purchase allowance for one carry-on bag, up to a maximum of 56x45x25cm/ 22x18x10in, including handles and wheels and no more than 12 kg/26 lbs. According to standard price list.

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Ridiculous! Sample RT from SF to London w/fees & taxes comes out to more than $500 RT (w/connections) for April's 1 week travel.

Taxes alone is almost $200.

No $70 return unless you plan on staying a month.

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Good value, but keep in mind these "cheap airfare" deals usually try to recoup revenue by charging for baggage fees and of course the return flight will be MUCH MORE (everyone gotta return, right?).
That's how they usually pick up the money lost for the departing flight deals...

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