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Fly transatlantic routes from Montreal for $99.99 with WOW air

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Take advantage of early special fares for spring travel to Europe from Montreal!

WOW air is offering travellers departing from Montreal's YUL airport fares as low as CAD $99.99* to a number of European destinations, for travel between March and May 2019. 

Montrealers can now book affordable flights to Reykjavik, Brussels, Berlin, Dublin and London in time for major events and celebrations taking place in spring 2019.

For lovers of books, fashion, furniture, architecture, and lovers in general, Iceland may be the perfect destination, as the world's northernmost capital city of Reykjavik prepares to host the Reykjavik International Literary Festival (24-27 April), Design March (28-31 March), and the Rainbow Reykjavik LGBT Winter Pride Festival (March 7-10). 

While chocolate aficionados may choose Brussels as their ideal destination for the Easter holiday, gaming enthusiasts can head to Berlin for the Gamesweekberlin event (8-14 April), and stop by the Spring Festival funfair at Kurt-Schumacher-Damm (29 March - 22 April) which will be running for weeks. 

Dublin is another wildly popular destination all throughout spring, with numerous travellers flocking to the Emerald Isle to attend St. Patrick's Festival (14-18 March) or the Dublin Dance Festival (1-19 May).

*Based on lowest one-way fare booked on wowair.ca for travel between March and May 2019. Includes all taxes, fees and carrier charges. Restrictions and baggage fees apply.   Available on select flights, only when booking round trip flights. Subject to availability. Lowest advertised fare is exclusive to MyWOW members.

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