WOW Air, the Icelandic low-cost carrier announces on Monday morning that they will be adding Pittsburgh to its list of U.S. destinations. The airline is known for providing the cheapest flights to and from Iceland and across the Atlantic. WOW founder and CEO Skúli Mogensen said, "Pittsburgh is certainly a destination on the rise and one that will appeal to a wide range of European travelers looking to discover somewhere different, so we're thrilled to add the destination to our route list."

The airline will begin its operation from Pittsburgh on June 16, 2017 having four weekly flights to its hub near Reykjavik. It offers connections via Reykjavik to other European routes including Milan, Paris, London and Amsterdam, in the report of USA Today,  The good news was already announced but the flight will materialize next year so travellers will still have time to save and plan their itineraries. WOW offers sale fares of $99 one-way to Iceland and $149 to connecting flights anywhere in Europe. You may check prices in their website. You should book quickly because the cheapest fare tends to sell out fast.

Some of the must-visit places in the city are National Aviary that offers exhibit for children including toddler called "Little Veterinarians" and they also have program like "Wetlands Bird Feeding;" take a photo with the zebras, polar bears and leopards in the Pittsburgh Zoo & PPG Aquarium; take a walk at the largest museum in the U.S. dedicated to a single artist, The Andy Warhol Museum;  and discover breathtaking seasonal flower shows, free-with-admission activities for all ages at Phipps Conservatory and Botanical Gardens. It will surely be a great place to enjoy with the family.

Another airline that has budget friendly flight is Icelandair. It is Iceland's leading airline that serves flights to and from Iceland, and a smart option for cross-Atlantic trips. It also offers flight packages that won't break the bank. Receive flight bargains and vacation packages via email by signing up on their website.