Boston suddenly just became the envy of travelers across America -- and it has nothing to do with chowder, baseball, or any other tiresome stereotype. No, it's because starting this week, Bostonians (and people who just happen to be in Boston) can fly to Europe for as little $99.
Iceland's low-cost airline WOW air just began service out of Boston's Logan International Airport this past weekend, with flights to Reykjavik, London, Dublin, Berlin, and Copenhagen for the cheapest prices you'll find, short of being a stowaway on a cruise ship. Seriously, initial prices began at $99, though those tickets are subject to availability. At the moment, the cheapest flight on the airline's website is $161, but that's still incredible.