Want to do your Euro trip on a budget this summer? Well, you’re in luck because the new low-cost airline PLAY is offering flights from Ontario to cities around Europe for cheaper than your grocery bill.

The airline has announced that passengers can catch their low-cost flight to Europe from John C. Munro Hamilton International Airport starting in June.

The Hamilton airport is located just one hour from downtown Toronto and 45 minutes from Pearson International Airport.

And to celebrate, PLAY is offering Canadian travellers tickets starting at just $169 to 13 destinations across Europe.

That includes flights to Schiphol Airport in Amsterdam as of June 22nd, 2023, which is a brand new destination announced by the airline.

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You can fly to Berlin Brandenburg (BER), Brussels (BRU), Copenhagen (CPH), Dublin (DUB), Göteborg Landvetter (GOT), London Stansted (STN), Paris-Charles de Gaulle (CDG) and to Keflavik (KEF) for ridiculously low prices.

In case you missed it, PLAY is a new low-cost transatlantic airline that has been operating flights between Iceland and Europe, and North America since 2022.

PLAY operates from its hub at Keflavik Airport in Iceland, which is “perfectly positioned” between the two continents, according to the airline.

It’s described as a “streamlined, no-frills service” without features like wifi and entertainment, allowing the airline to shave down the cost of their tickets.

The service may be basic, but it’s efficient. After transporting 800,000 passengers across Europe and North America, PLAY boasted an on-time arrival rate of over 96%.

So, if budget-friendly travel is what you’re looking for, then your search ends here. Now, let’s go on an adventure!