Delta is having a huge sale to Iceland with fares as low as $270 roundtrip for fall/winter travel. Some routes are also available for spring/summer travel starting at $294 roundtrip, though most routes are in the high $400s or $500s for peak summer travel.

Travel Availability

Rules and restrictions vary by route. The lowest fares are for fall/winter travel starting in September or October through the end of the booking schedule in February 2020. Peak holiday travel in late December/early January will have higher fares.

Some of these routes have limited spring/summer travel availability for these prices or slightly higher fares. A Saturday night stay is required for all fares. Click on the fare details below for more info.

Sale Period

This sale is unadvertised and fares may jump at any moment.

Sample Fares for Fall/Winter Travel

Boston to Reykjavik $270 roundtrip

Detroit to Reykjavik $274 roundtrip

New York to Reykjavik $285 roundtrip, nonstop

Cleveland to Reykjavik $310 roundtrip

Baltimore to Reykjavik $320 roundtrip

Washington D.C. to Reykjavik $320 roundtrip

Pittsburgh to Reykjavik $327 roundtrip

Orlando to Reykjavik $338 roundtrip

Sample Fares for Spring/Summer Travel and Beyond

New York to Reykjavik $294 roundtrip, nonstop

Orlando to Reykjavik $351 roundtrip

Minneapolis to Reykjavik $454 roundtrip, nonstop

Seattle to Reykjavik $497 roundtrip

Portland to Reykjavik $535 roundtrip

Kansas City to Reykjavik $547 roundtrip

Dallas to Reykjavik $584 roundtrip

Indianapolis to Reykjavik $587 roundtrip

San Diego to Reykjavik $587 roundtrip

Baggage

These are Basic Economy fares, which include a carry-on bag plus a small personal item. A checked bag costs $60 each way when purchasing this fare. However, if you need to check a bag, you'll be better off purchasing a Main Cabin Economy fare for $55 more each way.

Seat Assignments

Seats will be assigned at random upon check-in for these prices.

Alternate Fares

Main Cabin fares on these routes should be $110 more roundtrip on most routes and dates. This includes one free checked bag, advanced seat selection, and allows ticket changes/upgrades for a fee. This is the best value option if you need a checked bag. Some routes may have similar or lower fares on WOW Air or Icelandair. Keep in mind that WOW Air is very restrictive and only includes a small personal item. Icelandair is less restrictive than WOW Air, but does not include meal service.

For a complete look at deals to Iceland, check out all of our fares to Reykjavik (KEF).

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