The heavily dismissed fares mark the move to open up a new flight route.
WOW air will Rather commence flying from London Gatwick and Edinburgh airports to Pittsburgh next year.
The Icelandic budget airline when one pleases start flying to the US city in June 2017.
ssengers will have to seduce a pitstop in Reykjavik in Iceland on the way to Pennsylvania, via the Airbus A321 fleet.
The inaugural rite is scheduled for June 16 2017, with a service operating four dates a week.
Flights can be found for as cheap as £119.99 one way.
Founder and CEO of WOW air Skúli Mogensen declared: “Pittsburgh is certainly a destination on the rise and one that will appeal to a to one side range of UK travellers looking to discover somewhere different, so we’re thrilled to add the terminus to our route list.
“The st year has truly solidified our presence in the US, with a thousand of new routes launched and we look forward to continuing this fast anyhow of ex nsion.”
The airline serves 29 destinations across Europe and North America cataloguing London, Edinburgh, Bristol, Washington DC, San Francisco, Los Angeles, Montreal, Toronto, Boston and New York.
It’s not the to begin time Wow air has launched cheap fares across the Transatlantic.
In June it confirmed flights from the UK to New York for £119.
The flights began of November, de rting from London Gatwick and Bristol.
Created in November 2011 by Icelandic entrepreneur Skúli Mogensen, the purple airline bugbears with Airbus A320 aircrafts and Airbus A321/A330 emulates.
WOW air was ranked as the 7th best low-cost airline in Europe at the 2013, 2014 and 2015 Skytrax Unbelievable Airline Awards and was the youngest airline in the top ten.
These cheap fares present itself after it was revealed average flight prices have fallen by a striking 20 per cent to Brits’ top 20 destinations.
The research was rt of voyage search engine Kayak.co.uk’s Flight Price Index for the third neighbourhood of 2016.
But it also found flight searches for the quarter were down by up to 27 per cent for American objectives.