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Go to Europe for 65$

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May 18, 2008
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Halifax
Wow. I'd drive across the border for those kinds of fares.
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Oct 25, 2009
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Moncton
Messerschmitt wrote: https://ca.finance.yahoo.com/news/norwe ... nance.html

meanwhile we pay 500$ for a domestic flight
That's promo pricing for new routes. Westjet had similar fares just recently as it announced Montreal to Halifax. NewLeaf Travel sometimes has low fares as well. I'm flying from Abottsford BC to Halifax NS for $20 (twenty) this spring.
Toronto is a very small part of Canada
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coastgirl wrote: Wow. I'd drive across the border for those kinds of fares.
You'd drive all the way from Halifax to Providence or Hartford? That's an 11.5 hour drive each way. It would make more sense fly direct to Europe using Icelandair, Westjet, Condor, or ASL.
Toronto is a very small part of Canada
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Messerschmitt wrote: https://ca.finance.yahoo.com/news/norwe ... nance.html

meanwhile we pay 500$ for a domestic flight
65-99USD one way is only the base fare.. They probably don't include airport taxes, reserved seating or even just a standard carry on allowance.

WOW Air pulls similar shenanigans if you're interested in "99$ one way flights"... (450-550$ after all the fees)

You can go to Europe or Asia for 500-700$ (roundtrip) on full service airlines if you're willing to wait for a sale.

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