Update 2: If you were ticketed and then got a cancellation notice you can file a complaint with the DoT here.
By law once a ticket is confirmed it must be honored. Be sure to give the DoT your ticket number, where/when you bought the ticket, and all relevant flight information.
Update: A comment left from Norway, home of Wideroe, says there will be no joy in Mudville for most:
I am sorry to inform you that all further bookings will be cancelled. Those ticketed will be honored (very few) but US airways has been alerted and furthermore all US airways bookings done through our site will be stopped before ticketing.
Hans Petter Kaggerud
CCO Vice Director at Wideroe Internet AS
So if you actually got an eticket number then you’re good to go, otherwise, there’s always next time.
Last year thousands of folks got to Israel on United for under $300 thanks to Wideroe. These tickets are on USAirways and they’re not quite that cheap, but there are still some great deals.
-Bookable on the Wideroe home page, just switch the currency to USD in the top-right.
Using a sample date of 05/19-05/26:
-Tel Aviv to LaGuardia: $499.32
-Los Angeles to Tel Aviv: $504.32
Using a sample date of 05/07-05/14:
-Los Angeles to Tel Aviv: $521.93
-Chicago to Tel Aviv: $658.32
-Miami to Tel Aviv: $676.32.
-LaGuardia to Tel Aviv: $744.32
Using a sample date of 05/27-06/10:
-Los Angeles to Tel Aviv: $535.93
-LaGuardia to Tel Aviv: $748.32
Using a sample date of 12/02-12/09:
-Tel Aviv to LaGuardia: $524.32
Using a sample date of 01/14/15-01/21/15:
-Tel Aviv to LaGuardia: $528.32
-LaGuardia to Tel Aviv: $764.32
What other cities and dates did you find? Hit the comments!
HT: sruli1234, via DDF
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