Icelandair Has Super Cheap Flights to Europe From Across the U.S. Right Now
It may only be June, but Icelandair wants you to plan out your winter travel now. And to sweeten the idea of dropping temperatures, the airline is also seriously dropping its prices on round-trip tickets to several destinations across Europe for November and December travel.
According to Scott’s Cheap Flights, the routes may even include layovers of 24 hours or more in Iceland, meaning you can turn your trip into a multinational journey, first checking out Iceland and then continuing to your final destination.
One caveat, Scott’s Cheap Flights noted, is that these are Economy Light fares. That means passengers will still get to bring one carry-on with them that is no heavier than 22 pounds and no larger than 45 inches, plus one personal item. However, checked baggage will set you back a whopping $95 in each direction, so if you can’t pack light it’s key to think about the additional charge.
But at around $300 a pop these tickets are a major steal, especially when you consider the same tickets typically hover somewhere in the $850 range.
From Boston, passengers can fly to Amsterdam and Copenhagen for just $355 round-trip. Or, they could head to Dublin for $341, Helsinki for $336, London for $380, Paris for $374, or Stockholm for $381.
Those flying from New York City’s John F. Kennedy International Airport will find even better deals with flights to and from Amsterdam for $315, Copenhagen for $369, Dublin for $310, Helsinki for $318, Paris for $328, Stockholm for $358, and Zurich for $357.
Additional hubs include Philadelphia, where passengers will get similar flight deals including a flight to Manchester for $347, along with San Francisco, Seattle, and Washington, DC.
Though if you want in on these flight deals for travel between November and December you better act fast as they aren’t expected to last more than a few days. Check out the airline’s site now and good luck hunting down the lowest fare.