You Can Now Fly From Montreal To Sweden For $199

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You Can Now Fly From Montreal To Sweden For $199

As you may have noticed, we're developing a bit of an addiction here at MTLBlog and our drug of choice is ... cheap flights.

We're always trying to bring you the cheapest flight deals whenever we can. Here are some of the ones we found in the last few weeks.

And for those who don't want to go too far, we also have:

But there's one deal that puts all of those to shame. Right now you can fly from Montreal to Stockholm, Sweden for only $199. And that includes all fees and taxes.

But hurry up because space is limited and once this deal is gone it's gone forever ... or at least until the next deal comes along.

Check out WowAir for more information.

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