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On Wednesday, Norwegian Air announced it will add two new non-stop transatlantic flights from the U.S. to England: one from Denver International Airport and another from Seattle-Tacoma International Airport to London's Gatwick Airport.

Service from Denver to London will begin on September 16. To start, the airline will offer twice-weekly flights on Tuesdays and Saturdays. Norwegian plans to increase the service to three flights per week beginning in November. Norwegian’s service from Seattle to London will launch just one day later, on September 17, with four flights per week on Mondays, Wednesday, Fridays, and Sundays.

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  • Slide 1 of 35: <p>See the cheapest airlines for North American travel, below.</p>
  • Slide 2 of 35: <p>In addition to being one of the country's most affordable airlines, Long Island-based JetBlue is also the fifth largest airline in the United States. From hubs in New York City, Orlando, Fort Lauderdale, Boston, and San Juan, travelers can reach more than 90 destinations across the United States, Mexico, the Caribbean, and Latin America.</p> <p>Travelers may not be able to take JetBlue flights across the pond (yet), but the airline is beloved for serving complimentary snacks - like those iconic blue chips - while still offering wallet-friendly prices. The airline is also well known for regular flash sales, with <a href=fares as low as $39 one-way.

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  • Slide 3 of 35: <p>Best known for its <a href=valuable loyalty program (you can even get a year-long Companion Pass for your favorite travel buddy), Southwest Airlines is based in Dallas, Texas. More than 90 destinations are reachable with this budget-friendly airline, including Mexico (Puerto Vallarta, Cancun, Los Cabos) and the Caribbean (Grand Cayman, Jamaica, Cuba, and the Bahamas, among others).

    In addition to regular flash sales, Southwest has been known to apologize for flight delays with $49 trips and offer complimentary light snacks. For better or for worse, the airline doesn't assign seats - so families may want to opt for Business Select fares to ensure they're one of the first to board.

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  • Slide 4 of 35: <p>With the motto low fares done right, it's no surprise this Rocky Mountain carrier has a reputation for cheap flights. They've even gone so far as to offer <a href=$1 flights to select cities. Frontier flies to more than 55 cities in the United States, Mexico, the Dominican Republic - and they've even established a new route to Cuba.

    Travelers should know that the price for a cheap Frontier flight might come in the form of tiny bathrooms and thin seats. They are, however, making the middle seat less terrible, offering travelers an extra inch of width as a consolation for being wedged in the middle.

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  • Slide 5 of 35: <p>Canada's budget carrier has been around since 1996, though <a href=they still haven't aced customer service. But the airline's service has been expanding, and travelers can even take cheap transatlantic flights. And unlike most low-cost carriers, your ticket actually includes a checked bag. While useful for regional service around Canada, the airline also has plenty of flights to nearly 90 cities in the United States, Mexico, the Caribbean, and Europe.

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  • Slide 6 of 35: <p>Spirit's introductory Bare Fares are everything you'd expect: stripped down, no-nonsense tickets that literally get you from point A to point B. Be willing to pay more on seat assignments, water, and luggage (<a href=baggage allowances just got even smaller on Spirit).

    Travelers should be aware that the airline isn't going to impress you with comfort or service. After all, the airline notoriously deflects customer queries and concerns to a Twitter account, Spirit Autopilot, which can't offer more than bot-generated responses. In 2016, Spirit earned the dubious No. 1 spot on the World's Worst list for customer service.

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  • Slide 7 of 35: <p>One of the first low-cost airlines to enter the Mexican market, VivaAerobus just upgraded its entire fleet with brand new Airbus A320s. While this airline is largely useful for travelers navigating around Mexico, there are a handful of flights to the United States available (think: El Paso, Texas).</p>
  • Slide 8 of 35: <p>Flying Volaris won't be something to write home about, but the Mexico-based low-cost airline does offer very cheap airline flights to more than 60 destinations in Mexico, the United States, Central America, and Puerto Rico.</p>
  • Slide 9 of 35: <p>See the cheapest airlines for European travel, below.</p>
  • Slide 10 of 35: <p>Europe's second-largest discount airline brand is present in 32 countries, making it a smart option for cheap international flights. In addition to cheap tickets, the airline has also become somewhat well known for being an innovator in the industry. To further cut costs (and, theoretically, pass on those savings to travelers) EasyJet is exploring <a href=the use of drones to inspect aircraft. The airline is also exploring an investment in 100 new A320s.

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  • Slide 11 of 35: <p>This budget airline disrupted transatlantic travel when it <a href="/search/launched $69 one-way fares">launched $69 one-way fares</a> from the United States to Europe in 2017. Norwegian may be based in Norway, but it has one of the most extensive networks of any budget carrier, operating flights to the Middle East, Africa, Thailand, Europe, and the United States. How are they making this magic happen? Norwegian CEO Bjørn Kjos has raved about his new, fuel-efficient fleet of Boeing 737MAX airplanes.</p>
  • Slide 12 of 35: <p>Ireland-based Ryanair has a reputation for offering ridiculously cheap flash sales and free flight giveways. If you're looking to do some regional travel around Europe (England, Ireland, France, Scotland, Norway, and other Western European countries) keep a close eye on Ryanair's Twitter feed. The airline loves to <a href=announce last-minute £2.99 trips, and has even indicated an interest in making flights free within the next decade.

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  • Slide 13 of 35: <p>Don't expect much in the way of cabin comfort from this Spain-based budget airline. But unlike many cheap carriers, frequent travelers can earn points on Vueling and partner flights. While the main hubs are in Barcelona and Rome, travelers can connect to more than 140 destinations across Europe.</p>
  • Slide 14 of 35: <p>Iceland's low-cost carrier began operating transatlantic flights as recently as June 2015 - though it's these cheap fares to Europe that have attracted the most attention. While best known for selling $99 one-way tickets, WOW Air has lowered the cost even further, selling $69 flights from West Coast cities to Stockholm, Copenhagen, Bristol, and Edinburgh.</p>
  • Slide 15 of 35: <p>Launching in June 2017, <a href="/search/this low-cost airline">this low-cost airline</a> from International Airlines Group (owner of full-service airlines British Airways and Iberia) will introduce cheap trips between the West Coast and Spain, with routes to Argentina and the Caribbean to follow.</p> <p>Inaugural flights between California and Barcelona sold for $149 one-way, though the airline charges ancillary fees for in-flight food, seat assignments, and checked luggage.</p>
  • Slide 16 of 35: <p>See the cheapest airlines for Asian travel, below.</p>
  • Slide 17 of 35: <p>Not everyone can have the good fortune of <a href="/search/being born on a Cebu Pacific Air flight">being born on a Cebu Pacific Air flight</a> (and, consequentially, receiving a lifetime of free Cebu Pacific Air flights). Known commonly as just Cebu Pacific, this low-cost airline based in the Philippines is headquartered in Manila, and operates 57 aircraft - a mix of Airbuses in varying shapes and sizes. Their network is quite substantial, too. Travelers can catch Cebu Pacific flights from Australia, India, Myanmar, South Korea, Taiwan, the United Arab Emirates, Malaysia, Japan, and Indonesia, to name a few. Cebu connects nearly 40 destinations in the Philippines, and even flies to the U.S. territory of Guam, among others.</p>
  • Slide 18 of 35: <p>Travelers love this low-cost carrier, with hubs scattered across Asia. You might not even realize you're flying on a budget airline: on long-haul AirAsia X trips, travelers can upgrade to business class, where there are lie-flat seats. Look for AirAsia's affordable tickets on flights to Malaysia, Singapore, Indonesia, Japan, and the Philippines.</p>
  • Slide 19 of 35: <p>One of India's largest airlines, IndiGo serves dozens of cities in India from hubs in New Delhi and Mumbai - though travelers can also take the airline to nearby, international cities including Dubai, Singapore, and Bangkok. Pros of flying with IndiGo include a free checked bag and complimentary water (surprisingly hard to come by). But travelers should be prepared with old-fashioned activities, like books and crossword puzzles. After all, the airline has neither in-flight entertainment nor Wi-Fi.</p>
  • Slide 20 of 35: <p>Southeast Asia-based fliers love Tigerair, which has a reputation for being less strict about carry-on bag limits. Of course, you'll pay for the leniency in other departments. There's a fee for using your credit card, for checking a bag, and for selecting your seat. Tigerair's main hub is in Singapore, though it services over 50 destinations across the region.</p>
  • Slide 21 of 35: <p>Vietnam's international low-cost carrier is a comparatively new addition to the compendium of budget airlines crisscrossing the globe. Travelers can use this airline to cheaply hop between major Vietnamese cities, though it also flies to Bangkok, Taiwan, Hangzhou, Singapore, Siem Reap, and other major Asian hubs.</p>
  • Slide 22 of 35: <p>India's SpiceJet airline operates hundreds of daily flights to 45 cities. Most of those destinations are in India (Delhi, Kolkata, and Hyderabad, for example) though it also flies to six international destinations, including Colombo, Sri Lanka.</p>
  • Slide 23 of 35: <p>Considered Japan's first low-cost carrier, one major downside to flying with Peach is their boarding process, which separates travelers from their companions. But if you don't mind sitting solo (or reconnecting after boarding) travelers can use Peach to connect to major cities like Tokyo, Hong Kong, Seoul, Busan, Taipei, Shanghai, and Bangkok.</p> <p>Peach's fleet is entirely Airbus A320s, though the secret to the airline's instant popularity may have more to do with its exclusive terminal at Kansai Airport.</p>
  • Slide 24 of 35: <p>In 2013, Scoot made headlines by creating a ScootinSilence upgrade, banning children under the age of 12 from certain rows. But in general, this Singapore-based budget airline is known for offering reasonable prices on long-haul flights. Destinations include Bangkok, Hong Kong, Jaipur, and others. The airline is transitioning to a modern fleet of Boeing 787 Dreamliners.</p>
  • Slide 25 of 35: <p>See the cheapest airlines for South American travel, below.</p>
  • Slide 26 of 35: <p>Free music and videos for travelers with mobile devices is a major perk for travelers flying with this São Paulo, Brazil-based carrier. Destinations serviced by GOL include South America, the Caribbean, and select destinations in the United States. GOL is best flown by travelers who pack extremely light, as carry-on suitcases must not exceed 22 pounds.</p>
  • Slide 27 of 35: <p>Travelers exploring Brazil will love Azul, which boasts an intricate network of local routes - and, more recently, select non-stop flight to destinations in the United States, including Orlando and Fort Lauderdale, Europe, and South America. During flights, Azul offers passengers an assortment of complimentary snacks and drinks (including mango juice and polvilho cookies) as well as live TV entertainment.</p>
  • Slide 28 of 35: <p>See the cheapest airlines for African travel, below.</p>
  • Slide 29 of 35: <p>Get around Africa swiftly and cheaply with FastJet, which operates cheap fares to South Africa, Zambia, Zimbabwe, and Tanzania, among other popular destinations on the continent.</p>
  • Slide 30 of 35: <p>You can't miss Mango, with its bright orange livery, when it takes to the skies. Travelers on these affordable domestic flights in South Africa will fly on new Boeing 737-800s, and even enjoy onboard Wi-Fi. Destinations serviced include Cape Town, Durban, Johannesburg, and bi-weekly trips to Zanzibar.</p>
  • Slide 31 of 35: <p>See the cheapest airlines for Middle Eastern travel, below.</p>
  • Slide 32 of 35: <p>Based in the United Arab Emirates, this top-ranked budget carrier operates regularly scheduled flights to other destinations in the Middle East, as well as cities in North Africa, India, Central Asia, and Europe. While the main airport is Sharjah International Airport, the airline also focuses attention on Ras Al Khaimah (also in the UAE), Alexandria, and Casablanca. Travelers appreciate flying with the modern fleet of Airbus A320-200s.</p>
  • Slide 33 of 35: <p>Flydubai may have only launched in 2009, but the Emirati airline already reaches 85 destinations (primarily the Middle East and Gulf countries, Africa, Central Asia, India, and Europe) with a young fleet of Boeing 737-800s. Highlights of Flydubai include the HD touch screen in every seat and the option to purchase snacks and hot meals on select flights.</p>
  • Slide 34 of 35: <p>See the cheapest airlines for Oceanic travel, below.</p>
  • Slide 35 of 35: <p>Having since expanded to markets across Asia, including Jetstar Pacific in Vietnam and Jetstar Japan, this airline was originally created to be the low-cost answer to Australia's full-service airline, Qantas. Expect strict baggage limits in exchange for access to markets across Australia, New Zealand, and Asia.</p>
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North America

See the cheapest airlines for North American travel, below.

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JetBlue

In addition to being one of the country's most affordable airlines, Long Island-based JetBlue is also the fifth largest airline in the United States. From hubs in New York City, Orlando, Fort Lauderdale, Boston, and San Juan, travelers can reach more than 90 destinations across the United States, Mexico, the Caribbean, and Latin America.

Travelers may not be able to take JetBlue flights across the pond (yet), but the airline is beloved for serving complimentary snacks - like those iconic blue chips - while still offering wallet-friendly prices. The airline is also well known for regular flash sales, with fares as low as $39 one-way.

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Southwest Airlines

Best known for its valuable loyalty program (you can even get a year-long Companion Pass for your favorite travel buddy), Southwest Airlines is based in Dallas, Texas. More than 90 destinations are reachable with this budget-friendly airline, including Mexico (Puerto Vallarta, Cancun, Los Cabos) and the Caribbean (Grand Cayman, Jamaica, Cuba, and the Bahamas, among others).

In addition to regular flash sales, Southwest has been known to apologize for flight delays with $49 trips and offer complimentary light snacks. For better or for worse, the airline doesn't assign seats - so families may want to opt for Business Select fares to ensure they're one of the first to board.

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Frontier Airlines

With the motto low fares done right, it's no surprise this Rocky Mountain carrier has a reputation for cheap flights. They've even gone so far as to offer $1 flights to select cities. Frontier flies to more than 55 cities in the United States, Mexico, the Dominican Republic - and they've even established a new route to Cuba.

Travelers should know that the price for a cheap Frontier flight might come in the form of tiny bathrooms and thin seats. They are, however, making the middle seat less terrible, offering travelers an extra inch of width as a consolation for being wedged in the middle.

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WestJet

Canada's budget carrier has been around since 1996, though they still haven't aced customer service. But the airline's service has been expanding, and travelers can even take cheap transatlantic flights. And unlike most low-cost carriers, your ticket actually includes a checked bag. While useful for regional service around Canada, the airline also has plenty of flights to nearly 90 cities in the United States, Mexico, the Caribbean, and Europe.

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Spirit Airlines

Spirit's introductory Bare Fares are everything you'd expect: stripped down, no-nonsense tickets that literally get you from point A to point B. Be willing to pay more on seat assignments, water, and luggage (baggage allowances just got even smaller on Spirit).

Travelers should be aware that the airline isn't going to impress you with comfort or service. After all, the airline notoriously deflects customer queries and concerns to a Twitter account, Spirit Autopilot, which can't offer more than bot-generated responses. In 2016, Spirit earned the dubious No. 1 spot on the World's Worst list for customer service.

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VivaAerobus

One of the first low-cost airlines to enter the Mexican market, VivaAerobus just upgraded its entire fleet with brand new Airbus A320s. While this airline is largely useful for travelers navigating around Mexico, there are a handful of flights to the United States available (think: El Paso, Texas).

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Volaris

Flying Volaris won't be something to write home about, but the Mexico-based low-cost airline does offer very cheap airline flights to more than 60 destinations in Mexico, the United States, Central America, and Puerto Rico.

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Europe

See the cheapest airlines for European travel, below.

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EasyJet

Europe's second-largest discount airline brand is present in 32 countries, making it a smart option for cheap international flights. In addition to cheap tickets, the airline has also become somewhat well known for being an innovator in the industry. To further cut costs (and, theoretically, pass on those savings to travelers) EasyJet is exploring the use of drones to inspect aircraft. The airline is also exploring an investment in 100 new A320s.

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Norwegian Air

This budget airline disrupted transatlantic travel when it launched $69 one-way fares from the United States to Europe in 2017. Norwegian may be based in Norway, but it has one of the most extensive networks of any budget carrier, operating flights to the Middle East, Africa, Thailand, Europe, and the United States. How are they making this magic happen? Norwegian CEO Bjørn Kjos has raved about his new, fuel-efficient fleet of Boeing 737MAX airplanes.

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Ryanair

Ireland-based Ryanair has a reputation for offering ridiculously cheap flash sales and free flight giveways. If you're looking to do some regional travel around Europe (England, Ireland, France, Scotland, Norway, and other Western European countries) keep a close eye on Ryanair's Twitter feed. The airline loves to announce last-minute £2.99 trips, and has even indicated an interest in making flights free within the next decade.

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Vueling

Don't expect much in the way of cabin comfort from this Spain-based budget airline. But unlike many cheap carriers, frequent travelers can earn points on Vueling and partner flights. While the main hubs are in Barcelona and Rome, travelers can connect to more than 140 destinations across Europe.

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WOW Air

Iceland's low-cost carrier began operating transatlantic flights as recently as June 2015 - though it's these cheap fares to Europe that have attracted the most attention. While best known for selling $99 one-way tickets, WOW Air has lowered the cost even further, selling $69 flights from West Coast cities to Stockholm, Copenhagen, Bristol, and Edinburgh.

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LEVEL

Launching in June 2017, this low-cost airline from International Airlines Group (owner of full-service airlines British Airways and Iberia) will introduce cheap trips between the West Coast and Spain, with routes to Argentina and the Caribbean to follow.

Inaugural flights between California and Barcelona sold for $149 one-way, though the airline charges ancillary fees for in-flight food, seat assignments, and checked luggage.

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Asia

See the cheapest airlines for Asian travel, below.

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Cebu Pacific Air

Not everyone can have the good fortune of being born on a Cebu Pacific Air flight (and, consequentially, receiving a lifetime of free Cebu Pacific Air flights). Known commonly as just Cebu Pacific, this low-cost airline based in the Philippines is headquartered in Manila, and operates 57 aircraft - a mix of Airbuses in varying shapes and sizes. Their network is quite substantial, too. Travelers can catch Cebu Pacific flights from Australia, India, Myanmar, South Korea, Taiwan, the United Arab Emirates, Malaysia, Japan, and Indonesia, to name a few. Cebu connects nearly 40 destinations in the Philippines, and even flies to the U.S. territory of Guam, among others.

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AirAsia

Travelers love this low-cost carrier, with hubs scattered across Asia. You might not even realize you're flying on a budget airline: on long-haul AirAsia X trips, travelers can upgrade to business class, where there are lie-flat seats. Look for AirAsia's affordable tickets on flights to Malaysia, Singapore, Indonesia, Japan, and the Philippines.

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IndiGo

One of India's largest airlines, IndiGo serves dozens of cities in India from hubs in New Delhi and Mumbai - though travelers can also take the airline to nearby, international cities including Dubai, Singapore, and Bangkok. Pros of flying with IndiGo include a free checked bag and complimentary water (surprisingly hard to come by). But travelers should be prepared with old-fashioned activities, like books and crossword puzzles. After all, the airline has neither in-flight entertainment nor Wi-Fi.

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Tigerair

Southeast Asia-based fliers love Tigerair, which has a reputation for being less strict about carry-on bag limits. Of course, you'll pay for the leniency in other departments. There's a fee for using your credit card, for checking a bag, and for selecting your seat. Tigerair's main hub is in Singapore, though it services over 50 destinations across the region.

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VietJet

Vietnam's international low-cost carrier is a comparatively new addition to the compendium of budget airlines crisscrossing the globe. Travelers can use this airline to cheaply hop between major Vietnamese cities, though it also flies to Bangkok, Taiwan, Hangzhou, Singapore, Siem Reap, and other major Asian hubs.

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SpiceJet

India's SpiceJet airline operates hundreds of daily flights to 45 cities. Most of those destinations are in India (Delhi, Kolkata, and Hyderabad, for example) though it also flies to six international destinations, including Colombo, Sri Lanka.

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Peach

Considered Japan's first low-cost carrier, one major downside to flying with Peach is their boarding process, which separates travelers from their companions. But if you don't mind sitting solo (or reconnecting after boarding) travelers can use Peach to connect to major cities like Tokyo, Hong Kong, Seoul, Busan, Taipei, Shanghai, and Bangkok.

Peach's fleet is entirely Airbus A320s, though the secret to the airline's instant popularity may have more to do with its exclusive terminal at Kansai Airport.

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Scoot Airlines

In 2013, Scoot made headlines by creating a ScootinSilence upgrade, banning children under the age of 12 from certain rows. But in general, this Singapore-based budget airline is known for offering reasonable prices on long-haul flights. Destinations include Bangkok, Hong Kong, Jaipur, and others. The airline is transitioning to a modern fleet of Boeing 787 Dreamliners.

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South America

See the cheapest airlines for South American travel, below.

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GOL Airlines

Free music and videos for travelers with mobile devices is a major perk for travelers flying with this São Paulo, Brazil-based carrier. Destinations serviced by GOL include South America, the Caribbean, and select destinations in the United States. GOL is best flown by travelers who pack extremely light, as carry-on suitcases must not exceed 22 pounds.

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Azul Airlines

Travelers exploring Brazil will love Azul, which boasts an intricate network of local routes - and, more recently, select non-stop flight to destinations in the United States, including Orlando and Fort Lauderdale, Europe, and South America. During flights, Azul offers passengers an assortment of complimentary snacks and drinks (including mango juice and polvilho cookies) as well as live TV entertainment.

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Africa

See the cheapest airlines for African travel, below.

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FastJet

Get around Africa swiftly and cheaply with FastJet, which operates cheap fares to South Africa, Zambia, Zimbabwe, and Tanzania, among other popular destinations on the continent.

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Mango

You can't miss Mango, with its bright orange livery, when it takes to the skies. Travelers on these affordable domestic flights in South Africa will fly on new Boeing 737-800s, and even enjoy onboard Wi-Fi. Destinations serviced include Cape Town, Durban, Johannesburg, and bi-weekly trips to Zanzibar.

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Middle East

See the cheapest airlines for Middle Eastern travel, below.

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Air Arabia

Based in the United Arab Emirates, this top-ranked budget carrier operates regularly scheduled flights to other destinations in the Middle East, as well as cities in North Africa, India, Central Asia, and Europe. While the main airport is Sharjah International Airport, the airline also focuses attention on Ras Al Khaimah (also in the UAE), Alexandria, and Casablanca. Travelers appreciate flying with the modern fleet of Airbus A320-200s.

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Flydubai

Flydubai may have only launched in 2009, but the Emirati airline already reaches 85 destinations (primarily the Middle East and Gulf countries, Africa, Central Asia, India, and Europe) with a young fleet of Boeing 737-800s. Highlights of Flydubai include the HD touch screen in every seat and the option to purchase snacks and hot meals on select flights.

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Oceania

See the cheapest airlines for Oceanic travel, below.

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JetStar

Having since expanded to markets across Asia, including Jetstar Pacific in Vietnam and Jetstar Japan, this airline was originally created to be the low-cost answer to Australia's full-service airline, Qantas. Expect strict baggage limits in exchange for access to markets across Australia, New Zealand, and Asia.

35/35 SLIDES With these new routes, Norwegian will fly from 13 different U.S. cities and have a total of 48 different non-stop routes to Europe on both a seasonal and year-round basis.

While the flight options alone are fantastic news for international travelers, the price per ticket may be the best part of this update: Flights on the new routes start at $199 one-way in economy and $839 one-way in the premium cabin. The premium cabin, according to Stuck At The Airport, includes a sleeper seat, drinks, meals, and extra luggage allowance.

“With today’s route announcement, we surpass all the American airlines in terms of non-stop routes from the U.S. to London, yet we still see the demand for many, many more flights to London, as well of course to many other cities across Europe,” Norwegian spokesman Anders Lindström said in a statement to Today in the Sky.

The extremely low price is all thanks to the increasing transatlantic flight battle between carriers. Other airlines, including Air France and British Airways, both announced they too have plans for low-cost international flights.

While getting to London and back for just about $400 is fantastic news, Norwegian is already thinking ahead. The carrier — which has created quite the buzz with its promise of $69 flights to Europe this June — said it also plans to add Paris as “a natural next step” for Denver and Seattle, so get ready to add a few passport stamps to your collection.

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