By Rachel Lewis
August 23, 2017

It’s about to get easier for many Americans to fly directly to Iceland for less than $100.

WOW Air, the discount airline famous for its $99 flights, announced Wednesday that it is adding four U.S. cities to its lineup, including St. Louis, Cleveland, Cincinnati and Detroit. The new additions to its flight offerings means the airline will soon provide service from 12 destinations across America.

Tickets for the WOW Air’s new flight routes go on sale on Wednesday. The one-way fares to Iceland will start at $99.99 and connecting flights to the airline’s other European destinations start at $149.99, USA Today reported

But while the tickets are now available to purchase, the actual flights won’t take off until next spring. The Detroit service will start in April 2018 and the three other destinations will launch in May of next year.

Each of the new locations will have four flights a week flying to Iceland’s Keflavik airport, according to USA Today.

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