Plan a getaway. Right now.

By Melanie Lieberman
October 07, 2016
Jason Briscoe

Icelandair has launched a new airfare sale to destinations across Europe, which the airfare prediction service Hopper spotted this afternoon.

For the second time in just a few weeks, Icelandair is selling flights from several U.S. cities to European destinations for as little as $343.

There's a $343 round-trip fare from Newark Liberty International Airport to Stockholm (in January), and for an additional $3 you can also fly to Copenhagen.

From New York City, travelers can get a $398 round-trip flight to Helsinki.

Travels departing from Washington, D.C. will find a $403 round-trip fare to London, and a $409 fare from Boston to Copenhagen.

And if want you really want is to catch a flight to Iceland, the national carrier is going there, too. Flights to Reykjavik start at $597 round-trip from D.C., Boston, and Orlando.

Additional flights for less than $500 depart from Chicago, Denver, Minneapolis, and Seattle, and destinations include Paris, Oslo, Frankfurt, and Amsterdam.

Flights are selling out quickly, so be prepared to make a spontaneous decision to travel this winter.